Wow so informative:) Thanks for sharing!!
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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(Boy) High Notes:
(Girl) High Notes:
GD (Big Bang)
Kim Soo Hyun
So according to Korean netizens you’re ONLY supposed to bias and support 1 band/group.
My question is when a new kpop boy or girl group comes along, do you leave your previous bias group and bias/support that new group?? Like it’s that cheating as well as being a hippo-crit??!!
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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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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