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Christmas in Korea- What is it like-

Christmas in Korea: What Is It Like?

Happy holidays! This year is already coming to a close, and that means it’s time for fun, family, and reflection as we head into the tail end of the holiday season. In just a couple of weeks, billions of people across the world will be celebrating the most widely celebrated holiday in the world, Christmas…

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How to Say Merry Christmas in Korean

How to Say ‘Merry Christmas’ in Korean

Ready to celebrate Christmas in Korea? Or maybe bring Korea to your Christmas? You’ve come to the right place! Christmas is a national holiday in Korea and you will see Christmas decorations and Christmas trees around Seoul during the festive period. Learning how to say ‘Merry Christmas’ in Korean is pretty straightforward so be sure…

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How to say you're welcome in Korean

How to Say ‘You’re Welcome’ in Korean

Previously, we learned how to say ‘thank you’ in Korean. After somebody says thank you, it’s good manners to reply with a ‘you’re welcome’. Let’s learn how to say ‘you’re welcome’ in Korean! *Can’t read Korean yet? Click here to learn for free in about 60 minutes!   Formal ‘You’re Welcome’ in Korean 1. 천만에요 (cheon-man-eh-yo)…

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how to say I'm hungry in Korean

How to Say ‘I’m Hungry’ in Korean

Is your stomach grumbling? Did you skip lunch? Then you’re going to need to know how to say ‘I’m hungry’ in Korean! Let’s jump right into it. *Can’t read Korean yet? Click here to learn for free in about 60 minutes!   ‘Hungry’ vs. ‘Full’ in Korean When talking about whether you are hungry or not,…

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Learn Korean Fast in Only 90 Days — No Natural Gift for Language Learning Required!

Learn Korean Fast in Only 90 Days — No Natural Gift for Language Learning Required!

  I’ve always dreamed of learning languages and traveling the world (haven’t we all). I daydreamed about how I’d order sushi in Japan, travel around South America speaking Spanish and learn taekwondo in Korean. But even when my dream came true and I first came to Korea, something stopped me. Call it what you will…

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