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  • K-Drama Words and Phrases: Signal

    At 90 Day Korean, it’s no surprise that we love all things Korean and Korean dramas are no exception! We’re big fans of studying Korean but also doing it in a fun and interesting way. Whether it’s studying with television, music, or movies, learning through a medium you enjoy is a surefire way to learn Korean fast! So for that reason, we’re going to start an article series of some of our favorite dramas and words you can look for to supplement your Korean studies while you watch.

    So heat up your popcorn and grab a pencil because we’re reviewing the 2015 hit drama 시그널 (Shigeuneol) or in English, “Signal“. Let’s get started!

     

     


  • How To Say ‘Kiss’ In Korean

    So, you’ve been on a few dates with your crush, and maybe even progressed to an official relationship status update already, and now you are eager to move to the next step. That is, you may want your bae – or prospective bae – to finally kiss you!

    But wait! Do you yet know how to say ‘kiss’ in Korean? No need to fear in case you don’t! Today is your lucky day, as that is what this lesson will cover! Time to pucker up, and let’s get learning!

     

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  • How To Say ‘Color’ In Korean

    Everywhere we look, we see color. Every item of clothing we wear, all the food we eat, each and every piece of furniture in our homes, all of it comes in a color of some sort. It’s interesting, isn’t it? Since it’s also something we don’t always consciously consider.

    Our lesson today outlines how to say color in Korean. We will also introduce you to what some of the basic colors translate to in the Korean language. Although a seemingly never ending list of shades to each color exists, just knowing these basic colors in Korean is an impressive skill. Let’s get learning!

     

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  • K-Drama Words and Phrases: Dr. Romantic

    At 90 Day Korean, we love Korean dramas so why not use them in your studies? We’re big fans of studying Korean but also doing it in a fun and interesting way. Whether it’s studying with television, music, or movies, learning through a medium you enjoy is a surefire way to learn Korean fast! So for that reason, we’re going to start an article series of some of our favorite dramas and words you can look for to supplement your Korean studies while you watch.

    So get comfy and grab a pen and pad because we’re reviewing the 2016 hit drama 낭만닥터 김사부 (Nangman deokteo Kim sabu) or in English, “Dr. Romantic“. Let’s get started!


  • How To Say ‘Different’ In Korean

    Perhaps one reason why you’ve ended up in Korea – or are currently planning for your trip there – is because you’re tired of everything in your life being the same. Seeing the same streets every day, eating the same foods every week, going to the same clothing stores every month. Sometimes you simply want to be somewhere new and different, trying something new and different.

    To follow that theme, today is the perfect day to learn how to say different in Korean! What makes this lesson even better and more special is that the word ‘different’ just so happens to be a rarer word to be taught!

     

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  • K-Drama Words and Phrases: I Can Hear Your Voice

    At 90 Day Korean, it’s no surprise that we love all things Korean and Korean dramas are no exception! We’re big fans of studying Korean but also doing it in a fun and interesting way. Whether it’s studying with television, music, or movies, learning through a medium you enjoy is a surefire way to learn Korean fast! So for that reason, we’re going to start an article series of some of our favorite dramas and words you can look for to supplement your Korean studies while you watch.

    So heat up your popcorn and grab a pencil because we’re reviewing the 2013 hit drama 너의 목소리가 들려 (Neoui Moksoriga Deullyeo) or in English, “I Can Hear Your Voice“. Let’s get started!


  • K-Drama Words and Phrases: Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bokjoo

    At 90 Day Korean, it’s no surprise that we love all things Korean and Korean dramas are no exception! We’re big fans of studying Korean but also doing it in a fun and interesting way. Whether it’s studying with television, music, or movies, learning through a medium you enjoy is a surefire way to learn Korean fast! So for that reason, we’re going to start an article series of some of our favorite dramas and words you can look for to supplement your Korean studies while you watch.

    So heat up your popcorn and grab a pencil because we’re starting with the 2016 hit drama 역도요정 김복주 (Yeokdo Yojeong Kim Bokjoo) or in English, “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bokjoo“. Let’s get started!

     


  • How To Say ‘Left’ In Korean

    The more you can express yourself in Korean while staying in Korea, the better. Though many Koreans can speak English well, it is a definite advantage to be able to communicate with them in their native language. Besides ordering at a restaurant or shopping at a store, one of the most integral things to learn just may be asking and receiving directions.

    While we can easily access directions and maps online and offline these days, sometimes you will simply find yourself lost. In these instances, it’s good to know how to ask for directions from a local, and how to understand their responses.


  • K-Drama Words and Phrases: Strong Girl Bong-soon

    At 90 Day Korean, it’s no surprise that we love all things Korean and Korean dramas are no exception! We’re big fans of studying Korean but also doing it in a fun and interesting way. Whether it’s studying with television, music, or movies, learning through a medium you enjoy is a surefire way to learn Korean fast! So for that reason, we’re going to start an article series of some of our favorite dramas and words you can look for to supplement your Korean studies while you watch.

    So heat up your popcorn and grab a pencil because we’re starting with the 2017 hit drama 힘쎈여자 도봉순 (himssen-yeoja dobongsun) or in English, “Strong Girl Bong-soon”. Let’s get started!

     


  • How To Say ‘Right’ In Korean

    One thing that will be of necessity to you when you’re in Korea, is knowing the directions from point A to point B. Lucky for us, there are many ways to find out what the directions are, even as a foreigner who may not speak fluent Korean.

    Unfortunately, even with access to directions and maps, we might sometimes find ourselves lost. We then have no choice but to ask someone for directions, often a local. While these days many Koreans can speak English, it’s still an advantage to know how to express yourself in Korean, in this case asking for directions as well as understanding the received instructions.


 

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