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Category Archives: Learning Korean
Yesterday was officially Hangul Day ( 한글 날), so let’s celebrate the unique alphabet, and the characters and words that it makes up! In my Korean class, we were asked what drew us to learn Korean, and what we liked about … Continue reading
For someone as passionate about Korea as I am, it’s somewhat controversial to even muse such a thing, but I’m stuck on this one- do I actually like K-pop? When I first heard it, I simply dismissed it as “not … Continue reading
Korean language class last week was a little bit different. This time it was about culture, and expanding our vocabulary in terms of discussing paintings. We went through some phrases relating to opinions on art before looking around the Monologues art … Continue reading
The worst way to approach revision is to think of it as a chore. I also find that it’s very difficult to remain motivated if studying alone. Instead, this should be an interactive, fun, and social activity that you actually look forward … Continue reading
In K-class, we’re currently learning the ‘honorific’ form of speaking Korean (하세요, etc.) This should be used or not depending on whom you are speaking to / about. The hononorific form should be employed when speaking to someone older or … Continue reading
Studying at the KCC is wonderful! We may have had to do a speaking test (results pending) but afterwards we got to dress up in these beautiful and colourful hanbok. Our idea was to create a mock-wedding scene. My role … Continue reading