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Last time we have learned Korean Vocabulary for Academic Majors, today we will learn Korean Vocabulary for Home Electronic Appliances. We have seen this before in Korean Language Reading Practice 9 – There is no bed in my room and other Learn Korean lessons. Here is a partial list of Korean vocabulary for Home Electronic Appliances. For those not here, consult with a Korean speaker and/or an English-Korean dictionary.
It is very important for you to know and memories the Korean vocabulary. Without knowing the Korean vocabulary, it’s very hard for …
Korean Wedding Anniversary? Korean have their own names and celebrations of wedding anniversary too. The names of wedding anniversary provide guidance for appropriate or traditional gifts for the spouses to give each other or if there is a party these can be brought by the guests or influence the theme or decoration. In Korea, Koreans called this as 결혼기념일 which means wedding anniversary. Lists of wedding anniversary gifts vary by country. See the Korean names of wedding anniversary and gifts below.
Korean Wedding Anniversary
The tradition originated in medieval Germany where if …
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Korean verbs – Here is a partial list of Korean verbs. For those which is not here, consult with a Korean speaker and/or an English-Korean dictionary. Korean verbs always end with 다, to form a sentence, you may need to join it with Korean Sentence Ending Form. Commonly, -아요/어요 (Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings) are casual but polite sentence endings which are used in everyday life…
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Last time we have learned Korean Vocabulary for Family Terms, today we will learn Korean Vocabulary for Academic Majors. We have seen this before in Korean Reading Practice 1 – Introducing Yourself. Here is a partial list of academic majors. If yours is not here, consult with a Korean speaker and/or an English-Korean dictionary. You should know how to explain your major. It is an important part of who you are.
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Although Korean Thanksgiving Day – Chuseok is just one of the big holidays in Korea, it is by far the biggest and most important. Family members from near and far come together to share food, stories and give thanks to their ancestors for the abundant harvest. This year (2009), Korea’s representative traditional holiday of Chuseok falls on October 3rd of the solar calendar. It will last three days, from October 2nd to October 4th and marks a prime opportunity for foreign visitors to tour Korea’s cities and experience Korea’s culture …