All posts tagged Korean

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    A Learning Korean Guide – Online Self-study
    July 3, 2014, No comments

    I have been learning Korean almost for 4 years. After I took the 34th TOPIK exam in here Turkey, I wanted to try writing a learning Korean guide for everybody who is interested in learning this language oneself, like me.…

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    Korean, Foreign Language That Gain Popularity
    June 11, 2014, No comments

    I still remember the first time I learn Korean. I’ve got mixed feeling between curious and nervous because I never learn Korean before. I am totally blank about Korean, and at that time I thought that I would find…

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    Summer + Live Music = Fun!
    May 29, 2014, No comments

    Warm weather begs people to head outside and is there a better place to head than one with live music? Check out this list with the top music festivals to get your toes tapping this summer season. Grab some friends, grab…

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    The London Book Fair – Korea Market Focus 2014
    April 9, 2014, No comments

    This spring at the annual London Book Fair, the UK has chosen Korea as the market focus. The Book Fair will be giving the UK public a very full three-day schedule packed full of events, from cultural and professional programmes…

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    Preparing for TOPIK 2014
    April 1, 2014, No comments

    As this coming TOPIK session is the final one before the updated (much harder looking!) exam starts in the summer session, I decided to bite the bullet and apply. TOPIK, the Test of Proficiency in Korean, is offered …

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    Sling around some Korean Slang
    March 24, 2014, No comments

    I overheard ajummas on the bus talking about a group of middle-schoolers who just had gotten off: “I didn’t understand a word of what they said.” Not surprising, because the teens’ conversation had been peppered…

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    Some Painting Fun in Hongdae
    March 20, 2014, No comments

    Not that easy to stumble upon, but worth the search, sitting near the train tracks that have been under construction for years in the Hongdae area is Pole Pole. Most people head the opposite direction, usually walking…