12 Ways to Say Thank You and You’re Welcome in Korean

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“Thank you” is one of the first things you learn to say as a kid.

It’s also one of the first things you tend to learn when starting a new language.

And there’s no question as to why that’s …

Short & Sweet: A Quick Guide to Korean Text Slang for the Modern Learner

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Do you remember the first time you encountered slang in a text message?

Probably not, because for those of us in the digital know-how, it has become so ingrained in our lives that typing out the LOLs and IDKs …

Korean Verb Conjugation: A Beginner’s Dream Guide to Mastery

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Is the dream versus the reality of learning Korean holding you back?

Korean may seem like an intimidating language to learn, but I assure you, it’s not as difficult as you may think!

While the grammar and alphabet are

Talking About Family in Korean: Essential Vocabulary, Titles and Cultural Norms

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With big families, it’s always a struggle to remember everyone’s name.

Now, imagine having to remember not just their names, but the specific designated title for who they are within the family.

Of course, we have our “brother-in-law” and “second …

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 …

Turtles, Tigers and Deer, Oh My! 39 Animals in Korean Language and Culture

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Did you know that Korea was once known as the “land of the people who could tame a tiger”?

Or that a distinctly toothy deer wanders around the country, looking like a mix between Bambi and Dracula?

Learning animal vocabulary …