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Sick of Not Knowing Korean? 50+ Medical Korean Words and Phrases to Make You Feel Better

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It seemed like a dream.

The year 2020 will always be remembered as the year COVID-19 sent the human population into “the Great Lockdown.”

Buildings and offices were shuttered, schools were closed and even restaurants were forced to …

20 Must-know Body Parts in Korean: From Head to Toe (And Everything in Between!)

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Body shaming? There’s none of that here!

Whether round, fit, short or tall, we’re all beautiful in our own unique way. (Just ask our moms.)

Want to learn to talk about bodies and parts of the body in Korean?

Today, …

Korean Pronunciation 101: Your One-stop Guide to Sounding More Native

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The great philosopher Chris Tucker once said, “Do you understand the words that are coming out of my mouth?

Perhaps the most common fear among language learners is the possibility of humiliating oneself in front of a native …

7 Korean Quiz Resources to Level Up Your Language Skills

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Contrary to popular belief, tests and quizzes are no cause for alarm.

In fact, you might think of a quiz as a reason to rejoice!

Do you think I’m crazy?

Well, in the context of learning Korean, taking a …

Jump into the 2 Korean Number Systems and Learn to Count in Korean

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You’ve had a bad week: You didn’t know what floor your doctor’s office was on or which subway line to take. You missed catching up with your friend because you didn’t know exactly what time you were supposed to meet …

11 Korean Tongue Twisters That Will Give Your Mouth and Mind a Workout

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Say the following sentence as fast as you can: Six sick hicks nick six slick bricks with picks and sticks.

Now, do it six times in a row and as fast as you can!

Did that feel like falling …

Bitten by the Love Bug? 3 Ways to Say I Love You in Korean (Plus 10 Romantic Expressions)

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It’s “Je t’aime” in French.

It’s “Ti amo” in Italian.

It’s “Avy jorrāelan” in High Valyrian and “qamuSHa’” in Klingon.

But, how do you express this most powerful emotion and most consequential statement in Korean?

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