Talk To Me In Korean

Talk To Me In Korean

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The key to learning Korean is staying motivated enough to learn the language. At TalkToMeInKorean.com, we provide you free lessons, fun video shows, and a store section that will keep you motivated and meet your Korean learning needs.

Episodes

Embarrassing Moment ft. Shiny (샤이니의 당황스러운 경험) - TTMIK Story Time  

Shiny is a famous English teacher in Korea, and she is here on our channel to today to share a very embarrassing story with you! This video has been subtitled in both Korean and English for your efficient learning!    ☀️Check out Shiny’s YouTube channel:    https://goo.gl/6rcR8p

Korean Comic Book (Webtoon) Recommendation - Penguin Loves Mev  

TTMIK’s most well-read member Kyung-hwa recommends another book for you! And this book is officially available on our store through collaboration with the publisher. Get your copy here: https://mykoreanstore.com/collections/recommended    About Penguin love Mev This book is based on the popular webtoon on Naver by the same title, and it contains fun everyday stories about a Korean-British couple who are currently living in the UK. The two big upsides of this comic book are that all the sentences are written in relatively easier and more natural Korean sentences, and that every sentence has English subtitles in the corner of each page.    See sample pages here: https://mykoreanstore.com/collections/recommended

One-Minute Korean: No onions, please. [TalkToMeInKorean]  

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

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Learn how to read and write in Korean
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/hangeul

Our online bookstore
http://mykoreanstore.com

Other social media links
http://twitter.com/ttmik
http://instagram.com/ttmik
http://facebook.com/talktomeinkorean

* TTMIK Teachers on Instagram and get to know them better!
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

Korean Q&A - How To Pronounce "않"  

We answer these questions in today Q&A video:  - What is the difference between 만나다 and 마중하다? - What is the difference between 놓다 and 넣다? - Why do Korean people say “왜?” instead of “뭐” when they mean “what?” - How do you pronounce 않?    View all of the previous questions in one page: http://talktomeinkorean.com/qna/ 

Blonote (written by Tablo from Epik High) + Audio CD + Vocab E-book!  

We have received a lot of requests from our students to make BLONOTE available on our store, so here you go! BLONOTE is a beautifully written book by Tablo where he shares his thoughts about various everyday situations that we can all relate to.

This set contains both the Korean version and the English version of the book, as well as an audio CD that contains recordings by the author himself. For people who use MyKoreanStore only, we are also offering an accompanying vocabulary e-book that indexes the essential vocabulary words that are used throughout the book.

Shipping
Once you order the set, you will be receiving the two books and one CD in the mail (usually takes 2-3 weeks via regular mail and 3-5 days via express shipping), and you will receive the vocabulary e-book immediately via e-mail.

This is a legally provided product through an official collaboration with the publisher of this book by Tablo. We recommend this book to Korean learners who are looking for good reading material, and it's a really great book to read! We hope you enjoy the book!

If you already have Blonote, you can still get the vocab e-book for free by choosing the second option in the dropdown menu above : )

Get your copies here: (global shipping)
http://mykoreanstore.com/products/blonote

One-Minute Korean: Let's eat out tonight. [TalkToMeInKorean]  

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

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

 

Read the phrases introduced through this video in text format:
https://goo.gl/eiHsiw


Learn how to read and write in Korean
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/hangeul

Our online bookstore
http://mykoreanstore.com

Other social media links
http://twitter.com/ttmik
http://instagram.com/ttmik
http://facebook.com/talktomeinkorean

* TTMIK Teachers on Instagram and get to know them better!
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

On The Subway With a Sleepy Baby (졸린 아기를 데리고 지하철을 탔다가…) - TTMIK Story Time  

Seoul subway is usually not the best way to travel with a baby, especially during busy hours, with so many people going and coming, but when you go to a place where traffic congestion is expected, you have no other option. So Hyunwoo took his baby son to a place near the Seoul city hall a few months ago, and here’s what happened during the subway ride.

Korean Age Explained (Again)  

Age plays a key role in how people interact and development relationships in the Korean culture, so many people ask one another how old they are, eventually, in one way or another. But the hurdle for many Korean learners is that Korea has an age counting system that is different from the rest of the world. In this video, teacher Hyunwoo introduces a simple way to understand how Korean age works.

Video by Keith and Hyojin about Korean age:
https://youtu.be/72ZTZHarxa0

A prehistoric video by Hyunwoo explaining the Korean age system:
https://youtu.be/0hkG4113QYM

Korean Fairy Tale Challenge with Christian & Przemysław (크리스티안과 프셰므는 한국 전래 동화를 얼마나 알고 있을까?)  

Do you know some Korean fairy tales? We invited Christian & Przemysław and had them guess the storyline of several Korean fairy tales! If you want to read and study with more Korean folk tales, check out our e-book: http://mykoreanstore.com/products/koreanfolktales

One-Minute Korean: Leave me alone. [TalkToMeInKorean]  

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

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

Read the phrases introduced through this video in text format:


Learn how to read and write in Korean
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/hangeul

Our online bookstore
http://mykoreanstore.com

Other social media links
http://twitter.com/ttmik
http://instagram.com/ttmik
http://facebook.com/talktomeinkorean

* TTMIK Teachers on Instagram and get to know them better!
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

How to talk to your Korean in-laws (titles and politeness levels)  

Get up to 15% off on all of our textbooks and e-books! (20 Feb - 28 Feb, 2017)
http://mykoreanstore.com/pages/spring2017

This topic was requested by many TTMIK students! Teacher Hyunwoo explains how to talk to your in-laws in Korean, using proper titles and politeness levels.

Popular Korean Hashtags and Their Meanings - Must-Know Words In Korean  

Get up to 15% off on all of our textbooks and e-books! (20 Feb - 28 Feb, 2017)  http://mykoreanstore.com/pages/spring2017 
  If you follow some people who speak Korean on social media, there are some common hashtags that you must have come across. In today’s lesson, teacher 주연(Jooyeon) introduces some of the most commonly used hashtags and explains what they mean.

TTMIK Spring Sale 2017 - Get 15% Off On Our Textbooks & E-books!  
Get up to 15% off on all of our textbooks and e-books! (20 Feb - 28 Feb, 2017)  http://mykoreanstore.com/pages/spring2017 

 

One-Minute Korean: It's none of your business. [TalkToMeInKorean]  

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

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

Read the phrases introduced through this video in text format:
https://goo.gl/TertcU

Learn how to read and write in Korean
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/hangeul

Our online bookstore
http://mykoreanstore.com

Other social media links
http://twitter.com/ttmik
http://instagram.com/ttmik
http://facebook.com/talktomeinkorean

* TTMIK Teachers on Instagram and get to know them better!
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

Why I Don’t Like Driving (운전하는 게 싫어요!) - TTMIK Story Time  

A lot of people enjoy driving, but some people don’t. Kyeong-eun is one of those people. And she explains why she doesn’t particularly enjoy driving. This has been subtitled in both Korean and English for your Korean learning! 

Bilingual Culture Chat - Valentine’s Day In Korea (한국과 영국의 밸런타인데이는 어떻게 다를까요?)  

How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day in your country? In this bilingual culture chat, Goteng, Kyung-hwa and Emil sat down to talk about some differences between Korea and the UK in celebrating this somewhat commercial day and also to share some of their experiences.

Engrish In Korea - Why So Much (Incorrect) English In Korean Signs?  

Not many people from Korea speak English, yet you can see so many signs and product names written in (often incorrect) English. If they are going through the trouble of looking up words and designing their permanent signboards with them, why not proofread them? That's because most signs in English are NOT for actual English speakers. Hyunwoo explains what that means.

30 Fun & Useful Korean Phrases (Compilation of 30 one-minute TTMIK lessons)  

This is a compilation of 30 videos in our One-Minute Korean series. 

Korean Book Recommendation: 완득이 (Punch) / Young-Adult Book  

We have received a lot of requests for Korean book recommendations. Here is Kyung-hwa's first book recommendation: 완득이 [wan-deu-gi] (or Punch). It has also been made into a movie featuring 유아인. It’s a young-adult coming-of-age novel that is relatively easy to read, and since the story in the movie is not that different from the original novel, watching the movie first can be a good way to make sure you understand the story in the book more effectively.

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