Blog Posts - Korean Lesson



Lesson 05 - How About A Cup Of Coffee?

Coffee is actually part of Korean culture nowadays. Most of the Koreans love coffee and you can find coffee vending machines all over cities and street. Culturally Korean always offer to treat each other a cup of coffee and it will be rude if you are...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 23, 2010

Korean Past Tense - 았다 and 었다

In our daily conversation we talk about past, present and future. The past tense in Korean language is not as hard in English with many irregular, and the rule of stating the past tense is actually quite simply. Putting verb or adjective in past tens...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 22, 2010

Lesson 04 - Where Is My Korean Notebook?

Where is my Korean notebook? I still remember asking this to my mom as I cannot find my notebook which contains all the essential of Korean language I study. Until now that notebook is still not found and because of that I'm starting this blog to rep...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 20, 2010

Lesson 03 - Asking And Telling Time in Korean

It's no doubt time is always on our mind. Some of us might even think 24 hours a day is not enough because of the hectic lifestyle we having. Korea is like many other Asian country, where everybody seems to be busy all the time and always in rush to...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 16, 2010

Native Korean and Sino-Korean Numerals System

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and so on ~ The numeral system play an important role in learning a language. We talk about time, price, how many, date, age, etc. So now I'm going to introduce you guys the Korean numeral system. There are two numeral system tha...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 14, 2010

Lesson 02 - Discover Koreans Occupation

How to find out Korean's occupation?? Not mind reading certainly, but asking them about it. It is one of the really good topic where we can talk about what we do for living. If you meet a Korean people for the first time, he or she might start askin...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 9, 2010

Pronoun(저,나,너,당신) & Topic Marker(는,은)

From my previous post Hello To Koreans, I have taught you how to introduce yourself. Now I'm going to explain the grammar part in this post. As I mention in my previous post, Koreans emphasize a lot on respecting and politeness in their culture, so t...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 7, 2010

Object Marker(를,을) and Difference of (에서,에)

In this grammar lesson I'm going to teach you all the Object Marker (를,을) and the Difference between 에서 and 에, both really not that hard to understand. I will try my best to explain both ^^ Similar with subject marker which is place after...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 7, 2010

Pronoun(저,나,너,당신) & Subject Particle (는,은)

From my previous post Hello To Koreans, I have taught you how to introduce yourself. Now I'm going to explain the grammar part in this post. As I mention in my previous post, Koreans emphasize a lot on respecting and politeness in their culture, so t...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 7, 2010

Object Particle(를,을) and Difference of (에서,에)

In this grammar lesson I'm going to teach you all the Object particle (를,을) and the difference between 에서 and 에, both really not that hard to understand. I will try my best to explain both ^^ Similar with subject particle which is place af...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 7, 2010

Lesson 01 - Hello To Koreans

This is the first lesson to learn Korean. For lesson here I'm going to introduce you to some expression/dialog for certain situation and ways to respond to it. I hope that before you study this lesson you have already gone through the introduction of...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 5, 2010

How Korean Sentence Make Sense ?

Of all the alphabets form words, and from words form sentences. Therefore to really understand what a Korean is really talking about,  grammar and sentence structure is very important. To tell you all the truth I don't really care a crap about...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 4, 2010

Korean Words - How To Read

Continue from the last lesson where we already go through the Introduction of Korean alphabet, now we shall proceed to next  - to read the Korean words!!! Getting excited?? Generally Korean word is combine with this pattern: 1. Korean word alwa...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jun 30, 2010

Introduction - Korean Alphabet

This is the first step of learning Korean, that is to learn how to read Korean words. So this post I'm going to introduce you all the basic in reading the Korean alphabet. For your information I learn Korean from a TV show "Let's Speak Korean" which...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jun 29, 2010


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