Another cool original Korean rap by my friend Alex Ristich from Canada. He wrote and performed this rap at LanguageCast while he was visiting Seoul this year. You can hear him speak Korean here: http://youtu.be/klYXSWFb-8I and find him on FB here: https://www.facebook.com/alexristich
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TTMIK Opening Music – Cover by Hendry
Here’s a really cool cover of the TalkToMeInKorean’s opening song for the audio lessons. It was made by Hendry, one of our listeners. I like it a lot! Check out the video, and you can also download the music file here.[youtube http://youtu.be/rgAyzsqHM5A]
Bilingual Talks | Ep. 6 | English + Korean | Duane + Jamie
In the 6th episode of Bilingual Talks, Duane and Jamie sat down together to talk in English and Korean : ) Hope you enjoy this bilingual conversation! Anybody is welcome to join, so if you are in Korea and are interested, send me a message!
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Home Plus Mega Burger – via @mykoreanvlog
Korean Vocabulary Starting with “ㅅ”
What words in Korean start with the consonant “ㅅ”? Here are some of them!Can you think of some more? ^^
삼각대 [sam-gak-dae] = tripod
사탕 [sa-tang] = candy
서명 [seo-myeong] = signature
손목시계 [son-mok-si-gye] = wrist watch
사슴 [sa-seum] = deer
손바닥 [son-ba-dak] = palm
세탁소 [se-tak-so] = the cleaner’s, dry cleaners
선녀와 나무꾼 [seon-nyeo-wa na-mu-kkun] = the fairy and the woodcutter
새우깡 [sae-u-kkang] = Sae-u-kkang (shrimp snack)
상상 [sang-sang] = imagination
수저 [su-jeo] = spoon, spoon and chopsticks
소녀시대 [so-nyeo-si-dae] = Girls’ Generation
소주 [so-ju] = Soju
숯 [sut] = charcoal
소방차 [so-bang-cha] = fire engine
소화전 [so-hwa-jeon] = fire hydrant
세종대왕 [se-jong-dae-wang] = King Sejong
스타벅스 [seu-ta-beok-seu] = Starbucks
손톱깎이 [son-top-kka-kki] = nail clippers
신발 [sin-bal] = shoes
스트레스 [seu-teu-re-seu] = stress
Winners of Korean Cosmetics Giveaway with WishTrend & HaruKorean
Announcing the winners of the Korean Cosmetics Giveaway brought to you byhttp://wishtrend.com and http://harukorean.com ! Congrats to the winners and thanks everybody for participating!!
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Korean Drama Phrases #14 – 잠깐 나갔다 올게.
Full Phrase: “잠깐 나갔다 올게.”
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