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Let's Eat Together: Pizzas In Korea (새로운 피자 시도해 보기)  

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Have you had Korean style pizzas before? How are they different from pizzas in your country? 경은 and 석진 sat down to have some Korean style pizzas with shrimp and pork. How are these different from the usual pizza you have in your country?

Confusing Double Consonant Sounds In Korean  

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Can you distinguish ㄱ, ㅋ and ㄲ from each other? How about ㄷ, ㅌ, ㄸ? In this video, Hyunwoo will explain how to practice saying these more naturally.

News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 5  

Learn with 5 keywords that were commonly used in the news headlines in Korea over the past couple of weeks!

한국의 뉴스 헤드라인에 지난 1-2주 동안 자주 등장했던 핫이슈 키워드들로 공부해 보세요.

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Iyagi Season 2 Begins (이야기 시즌 2가 시작되었어요)  

Listen to the first episode of Iyagi Season 2 here:
http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/lessons/iyagi-s2e1/

Iyagi Season Two (on-going)
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Almost Missing Adele’s Concert (아델 콘서트에 못 갈 뻔했던 이야기) ㅡ Story Time  

More videos in this series:
http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/story-time/

Kyung-hwa tells us a story about her trip to LA earlier this year and how she almost couldn’t get in to see Adele’s concert.

경화 선생님이 올해 미국 LA에 갔을 때 아델 콘서트에 입장을 못 할 뻔했다고 합니다. 오늘 스토리 타임에서는 이 이야기를 들어 보시죠.

News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 4  

Learn with 4 keywords that were commonly used in the news headlines in Korea over the past couple of weeks!

한국의 뉴스 헤드라인에 지난 1-2주 동안 자주 등장했던 핫이슈 키워드들로 공부해 보세요.

Common Pronunciation Mistakes By Native Korean Speakers  

There are many Korean words that even native speakers mispronounce, either just out of habit or because they don’t know that they are saying them wrong. Teacher 경화 goes over some of these examples in this video.

More videos in this series:
http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/korean-pronunciation-guide/

Korean Words Comparison - 젊다 vs 어리다 (young)  

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젊다 and 어리다 can both be translated to “young," but how are they different? Teacher 현우 will walk you through their similar and different usages in this video. In short, both 젊다 and 어리다 can be used to mean “to be young” but 어리다 is used to refer to children, whereas 젊다 usually refers to “youth” or people who are relatively young compared to oneself. You can find more detailed explanation in this video lesson.

Korean Buzzwords: 비주얼 깡패 & 중2병 (Visual Gangster? Middle School Disease?)  

Watch more videos in this series on our website:
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In this video, Hyunwoo and Jaemin discuss the expressions 비주얼 깡패 and 중2병. 비주얼 깡패 is literally translated to “visual gangster” and it probably originates from the expression 어깨 깡패 (shoulder bully or shoulder gangster), which refers to people who have very broad shoulders (usually viewed positively). So 비주얼 깡패 is just used to describe someone who is very good-looking. And 중2병 is literally translated to “2nd year in middle school disease”, which is the emotional changes that one might go through during puberty or adolescence.

My Favorite K-Drama Lines - 구르미 그린 달빛 (Moonlight Drawn By Clouds)  

Listen to even more K-drama lines introduced this video series:
http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/kdrama-lines/

Korean Q&A – Being Late, Dirt, Land & Good Post  

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Iyagi Season 2 Ep. 1 / 학창 시절 별명 / Nicknames From School Days  

Listen to a natural conversation between two native Korean speakers about nicknames. What kind of nicknames did you have when you were in school? Or if you are still in school, what kind of nicknames do you or your friends have? Also, are there any interesting and memorable names that your friends have? 여러분은 학교 다닐 때 어떤 별명이 있었나요? 아니면 친구들 중에서 별명이 재미있거나 이름이 특이해서 기억나는 사람이 있나요?    IYAGI is an audio conversation series where two native Korean speakers talk about various topics. You can listen to all the conversations in Season 1 here: https://goo.gl/wFGj0g and also get the translation package for Season 1 here: https://goo.gl/peHT6m  

One-Minute Korean: That makes sense.  

In this video series, we introduce useful Korean words and phrases through compact one-minute lessons.

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News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 3  

Learn with 4 keywords that were commonly used in the news headlines in Korea over the past couple of weeks! 한국의 뉴스 헤드라인에 지난 1-2주 동안 자주 등장했던 핫이슈 키워드들로 공부해 보세요.

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Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
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Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

Korean Words Comparison - 우와 vs 와 (Wow)  

You probably already know that both 우와 and 와 mean “Wow” as an exclamation, but how are they different? Do they have any differences in usage? Teacher 경화 will walk you through their similar and different usages in this video.

In short, both 우와 and 와 can be used to show excitement but 와 is commonly also used to show frustration or anger. You can find more detailed usage examples in this video lesson.

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Korean Buzzwords: 만찢남, 만찢녀 & 개취 (Comic Books and Tastes?)  

In the new autumn season of Catch The Wave, Hyunwoo and Jaemin introduce a couple of Korean buzzwords each week! This week we talk about 만찢남, 만찢녀 and 개취. 만찢남 is short for 만화를 찢고 나온 남자 (a man who tore out of a comic book) and 만찢녀 means 만화를 찢고 나온 여자 (a woman who tore out of a comic book), both of which mean someone really (almost perfectly) beautiful. 개취 is short for 개인 취향, and it means personal preference or personal taste.

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Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one 

Introducing Situational Dialogues In Korean (E-book)  

Once you've learned the basics of the Korean language, you'll need more specific example dialogues to read and listen to. Our new e-book Situational Dialogues In Korean will give you dialogues in 5 major categories and 17 sub-categories. Listen to a sample audio track here:  http://goo.gl/0ruw3J

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For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA

Subscribe to our newsletter to receive updates about our books and discount coupons! http://eepurl.com/xaFFH  

If you enjoyed watching this video, please check out our website for more Korean lessons at http://talktomeinkorean.com

Learn how to read and write in Korean
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Our online bookstore
http://mykoreanstore.com  

Other social media links
http://twitter.com/ttmik  
http://instagram.com/ttmik  
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TTMIK Teachers on Instagram
Kyeong-eun http://instagram.com/kyeongeunchoi
Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one 

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