Lesson 5: GREETINGS/ Nice to meet you / 만나서 반갑습니다

How to say in Korean NICE TO MEET YOU I use "안녕하세요- annyeong-haseyo" in almost any situation all the time. Used to say good morning, used to say good afternoon and used to said good evening. So as you can see, it is used all the time  between people who know each other, as well... Continue Reading →

LESSON 4: KOREAN GRAMMA: I don’t want to…/ I don’t wanna… ~하고 싶지 않아

How would you say in  Korean:  I DON'T WANNA or I DON'T WANT TO... This grammatical expression is used when you want to express that you don't want to do something, you don't like something or you hate to do something. Also used to express when you hate things. It is very simple gramma ending structure, so... Continue Reading →

LESSON 3: KOREAN GRAMMA: I want to… ~고 싶다

How to say in Korean:  I WANNA or I WANT TO... This grammatical expression is interchangeable with I would like to (I'd like to...) and I would love to (I'd love to...), but mostly used when you really want to do something. Look at the following examples: I wanna try something new --> 뭔가 새로운 걸... Continue Reading →

LESSON 2: KOREAN GRAMMA: Sounds like… 들어 보니~인 것 같네

How to say in Korean SOUNDS LIKE or SEEMS LIKE! This ending, including the -네, is to express your emotion as you supposed to be some sort of surprised. For example if you want to say: Sounds like fun -->  들어 보니 재미 있을 것 같네. Sounds like a date --> 들어 보니 , 데이트하는... Continue Reading →

LESSON 1: KOREAN GRAMMA: I didn’t Know! (으)ㄴ/ 는 or (으)ㄹ 줄 몰랐다

(으)ㄴ/ 는 or  (으)ㄹ 줄 몰랐다 Honestly, there is some Korean "grammar endings" (as I called them) that foreigners we are able to remember and use more than others. Therefore, each of us need to find the ones which we feel more comfortable and confident to use. When you read this you must already know... Continue Reading →

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