Easy to Learn Korean 897 – Expressions: A Slikworm’s Wrinkles.

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Easy to Learn Korean 896 – Exotic Foods – Silkworms.

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Pink Zones (female-only areas).


Female-ZonePink Zones are a topic of debate and some Koreans are calling it reverse-discrimination. Several female-only areas (pink zones) have popped up across Korea as part of an effort to make women feel more comfortable and safe. These no-men zones include female-only library seating sections, lounges, smoking areas, buses, and parking. Continue reading

Easy to Learn Korean 895 – Treason Allegations

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Learning Korean ABCs with Ryan Estrada.

RyanRyan Estrada is responsible for a fantastic Korean comic book entitled Learn to Read Korean in 15 Minutes. The comic does a wonderful job of teaching by association. He teaches the Korean alphabet by choosing English words and sounds which are pictorially similar to Korean letters.
For example, ㅂ, which sounds like a ‘b’, is associated with the a “bucket” (b)ucket. Continue reading