Today’s expression – With Naver

Wow so informative:) Thanks for sharing!!

Cammilla's Korea

I have been wanting to introduce this convenient source for a while, but due to being sick, taking a week long course related to my internship and then having my internet fail me, I simply haven’t been able to do much about it until now.
Nevertheless I am fully back on track, with 17 (yes I’m serious) drafts on my blog, ready to be tackled! I have so many things to share with you guys, and I haven’t even been gone for 20 days! Oh well!

‘Today’s expression’ is a little gem that you can find on the Naver Dictionary app (I haven’t seen it on their website but I can imagine that it is available there as well) and even though it is meant as a tool to learn English, it works pretty well for learning Korean as well! I have seen similar tools online before but because they…

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4 Step Easy Korean Skincare Routine

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My name is Lani aka social media ninja at Memebox. I get a lot of questions from Korean skincare routine beginners who are overwhelmed by all the products. So I put together my actual everyday skincare routine for you 😉 

I believe in two things: saving time and maximizing value. The products I use are efficient, easy to use, and lasts me long enough to be worth their cost.

Here’s a chart of the four steps for day and night:

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How to build Korean speaking confidence

Great advice:)

Sofie to Korea

About a month ago I took advantage of one of TTMIK’s sales and bought two e-books each containing 10 episodes of their latest feature, TTMIK Story Time. The concept is very simple; one of the teachers speaks into a camera about something related to everyday life such as walks in the park, birthdays, shopping, and hairstyles for 1-2 minutes. These videos with Korean subtitles are available for free on YouTube. If you purchase a bundle or a subscription you also receive the transcript, the grammar breakdown, and a short comprehension quiz. Lately, I have been using the videos for improving my Korean speech, flow, and intonation. Here’s how I did it:

I watched a Story Time monologue 3-4 times, then read the transcript out loud to myself repeatedly (sometimes recording myself) to improve the sound and intonation of my Korean. Finally, I memorized every single sentence (depending on your brain’s storage capacity, this…

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How To Generate Blog Post Ideas When It Feels Like Your Brain Is Broken – The Nectar Collective

As a blogger, it’s common to go through different seasons of creativity. There are, of course, the times in which you feel positively invincible. You find yourself so full of ideas that you can’t even begin to implement them all. But then there are tougher seasons, ones in which coming up with new content feels […]

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