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||Korean Hat Slang!||KChamp Podcast 12: Korean Hat Slang! If you’re living in Korea, you’ve probably noticed the hats with clever bits of Korean written on them that started showing up in the major party districts about two years ago. Since it’s [...]||16/9/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||I’m an Extrovert!||KChamp Podcast 11: ‘I’m an Extrovert!’ in Korean When describing oneself in English, the traditional fallback terms are “extrovert” and “introvert” or their cousins, “sociable” and “antisoc[...]||11/9/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||How to “Play” Instruments in Korean||Podcast 10: ‘Playing’ Instruments in Korean OK, it’s finally time for one of those higher-level posts I’ve been promising to write for the last year. Somewhere around Level 2, you probably started learn the Korean pronunciati[...]||16/3/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||“I’ve got mad Korean skills, yo!”||Korean Champ Podcast 9: Bragging in Korean about your Korean Originally Posted: July 4, 2011 In today’s lesson, we discuss Westerners’ favorite pastime: bragging about their Korean skills. Even nine years into my study of Korean, [...]||8/2/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||할까 말까 하다 (I’m thinking about it)||Podcast 8 (I’m thinking about it) Originally posted: July 18, 2011 ____ 할까 말까 해요 BEGINNER This is an expression that — if my memory serves me correctly — is taught in Level 2. It is a handy way to say that you are trying to make your m||27/1/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Simple Prepositions and Position Words||Podcast 7: Simple Position Words in Korean This is going to be another basic-level post, so sorry in advance to all you Korean champs out there. Today we are going to take a look at how to express concepts like “above,” “below,[...]||19/1/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||학교에 관한 상급 단어들 (Advanced School Vocab)||Podcast 6: Advanced School Vocab. (Hard) In today’s lesson, we’ll be taking a look at words related to school life. At first blush, you may, from the topic, assume that this is going to be an easy post, but I guarantee these ain[...]||4/12/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||You’re pretty good at Korean for a ______ (치고는)||Podcast 5: You’re pretty ~ for a ~ (~치고는) (Medium) For a ~ (~치고는) If your looking to lay a compliment on your counterpart but are one of those people who thinks that outright praise must always be garnished with a dash of condescension, th||30/11/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||해도 돼요? (Is it OK with you if I ~ ?)||Podcast 4: Is it OK with you if I ~ ? (Easy) Today’s lesson is a basic phrase that is useful in a lot of situations. I suppose the most literal translation of the phrase “해도 돼요?” would be “Is it all right if I ____ ?”[...]||28/11/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Ten Easy Korean Phrases||Podcast 3: Ten Easy Phrases (Easy) It turns out that more than 80 percent of the people who visit this site are still in the very elementary levels of Korean, so I will continue to offer lessons for beginners from time to time. I am really not a b[...]||26/11/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|