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.

Episode Date
The awkward way to say “worth" in Korean
06:50

There are many words in English that can be translated into various ways in Korean, so if you just stick to using one translation you found in a dictionary or in a machine translation service, it might lead to a confusing conversation. In this series with Jooyeon and Cassie, you can learn about English words that can be translated into many different phrases depending on the context. In today’s episode, let’s learn how to naturally say “worth” in Korean. 

Jun 21, 2018
How to list multiple actions in Korean
10:14

We say sentences like “I met my friends and hung out.” and “I want to go home and just sleep.” all the time. The simplest way to link two actions side by side is using the suffix -고, but sometimes just using -고 is not enough. This lesson will explain how to properly use -고 and -아/어/여서 to naturally express multiple actions that are linked and listed together in one sentence.

Jun 19, 2018
먹다 Has Multiple Meanings
03:52
Many Korean verbs have multiple meanings and usages, and 먹다 is no exception. In this video lesson by Talk To Me In Korean, you can learn how to use 먹다 in various contexts through realistic sample sentences.
 
Examples:
밥을 먹다 eat a meal
약을 먹다 take medicine
과자를 먹다 eat snacks
 
밥 먹었어요? Have you eaten?
약 먹어요. Take medicine.
과자 먹을 거예요. I am going to eat snacks.
 
마음 먹었어요. I made up my mind.
독하게 마음 먹어요. Steel yourself. (Make up your mind with a firm resolve.)
독하게 마음 먹을 거예요. I will steel myself.
 
나이를 먹다 to age, to get older
저 나이 정말 많이 먹었어요. I’ve gotten quite old.
네 살 먹은 아이예요. He/she is a four-year-old kid.
Jun 17, 2018
The awkward way to say "upset" in Korean
08:46
There are many words in English that can be translated into various ways in Korean, so if you just stick to using one translation you found in a dictionary or in a machine translation service, it might lead to a confusing conversation. In this series with Jooyeon and Cassie, you can learn about English words that can be translated into many different phrases depending on the context. In today’s episode, let’s learn how to naturally say “upset” in Korean. 

 

Jun 14, 2018
When Your First Name Is Not Used In Korea
06:40

Have you ever wondered why Koreans use social titles even among close family members, calling someone “so-and-so’s father” instead of saying their first name? This phenomenon can be found in other cultures, too, but perhaps this happens more frequently in Korean. There are three possible reasons for this: 1) Literally saying “you” can be more tricky and awkward in Korean if you are speaking formal language. 2) Just using the same title over and over again in many sentences in a row doesn’t bother most people. 3) To an extent, It shows on what the relationship is based and where it was formed. 

Jun 12, 2018
시키다 Has Multiple Meanings
04:20
Many Korean verbs have multiple meanings and usages, and 시키다 is no exception. In this video lesson by Talk To Me In Korean, you can learn how to use 시키다 in various contexts through realistic sample sentences.
 
Examples: 
피자를 시키다 to order pizza
짜장면을 시키다 to order black bean noodles
도시락을 시키다 to order a lunchbox
아까 피자를 시켰어요. I ordered pizza earlier.
지금 피자를 시켜요. I order pizza now.
 
청소를 시키다 to have (someone) clean
심부름을 시키다 to have (someone) do errands
아까 선생님이 청소를 시켰어요. Earlier my teacher had me clean.
선생님이 청소를 시켜요. My teacher has me clean.
이따가 선생님이 청소를 시킬 거예요. Later, my teacher will have me clean.
Jun 10, 2018
School Life In Korea vs. USA - Korean Culture Talk [upper-intermediate] (한국의 학교 생활)
07:37

Different countries have different school systems, so it is natural that school life can be different from country to country as well. What are some unique traits of Korean school life and American school life? Kyung-hwa, Cassie, and Jooyeon sat down to talk about this topic in all Korean. The video is only hard-subbed in Korean for your maximum listening practice, but if you want to participate in subtitle translation, you can do so at https://goo.gl/JdHJb3

May 24, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Bumping Into an Acquaintance (지인을 우연히 만났을 때)
02:14

In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when they bump into each other in the street. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.

May 23, 2018
17 different ways to say “to look/watch” in Korean - Korean Q&A
15:42
In today’s Korean Q&A video, Hyunwoo will introduce and explain the differences between various Korean verbs that can be translated to “to look” or “to watch” in English. Watch the lesson to check if you can use these words in real-life situations. We hope you enjoy this lesson and let us know if you have any other questions! 
 
 
May 22, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #10 - 喰 (식 = to eat)
08:10
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean!

Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide
May 21, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #12 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
07:25
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
May 20, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Asking Someone To Take a Photo Of You (사진 찍어달라고 할 때)
02:13
In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when one person is asking the other person, a stranger, to take a photo of herself. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.
May 16, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #9 - 間 (간 = interval, gap, between)
07:22
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean!

Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide
 
May 14, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #11 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
07:31
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
 
Take more Korean dictation tests here:
May 13, 2018
Vietnamese Language Challenge with Quan - 간단한 베트남어에 도전해 봤습니다!
17:39
In today’s Language Challenge video, Kyung-hwa and Jooyeon sat down with Quan from Vietname and tried learning some basic phrases in Vietnamese : ) Quan is the co-founder of SAY. ( http://sayspeaking.com )
 
Watch more Language Challenge videos here! (playlist)
May 11, 2018
Let’s Talk About Personal Space - Korean Culture Talk [upper-intermediate] (한국에서 “개인 공간”이란?)
08:02

What do you think about personal space in Korea? Have you ever felt uncomfortable because of relatively small personal bubbles that you’ve experienced in Korea? Kyung-hwa, Cassie, and Seokjin sat down to talk about this topic in all Korean. The video is only hard-subbed in Korean for your maximum listening practice, but if you want to participate in subtitle translation, you can do so at https://goo.gl/JdHJb3

May 10, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Breaking Up (연인과 헤어질 때)
01:57

In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when one person is breaking up with someone and the other person is reacting to the situation. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.

May 09, 2018
힘들다 vs. 어렵다 vs. 피곤하다 ( Are you using them correctly?) - Korean Q&A
11:11

In today’s Korean Q&A video, Hyunwoo will explain the differences between 힘들다, 어렵다 and 피곤하다. Watch the lesson to check if you’ve been using these words correctly. We hope you enjoy this lesson and let us know if you have any other questions! 

May 08, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #8 - 出 (출 = to go out)
07:56
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean! 
 
Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide 
May 07, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #10 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
06:49

Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.


Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
http://mykoreanstore.com/products/dictationtest

Take more Korean dictation tests here:
https://goo.gl/L7rrch

May 06, 2018
Why does age matter so much in Korea? - Korean Culture Talk [upper-intermediate] (나이를 물어보는 이유)
08:40

Have you ever wondered why so many Korean people ask one another how old they are when they get to know each other a little bit better? Kyeong-eun, Cassie, and Hyunwoo sat down to talk about this topic in all Korean. The video is only hard-subbed in Korean for your maximum listening practice, but if you want to participate in subtitle translation, you can do so at https://goo.gl/JdHJb3

May 03, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Placing an Order (주문하기)
02:12

In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when one person is ordering coffee and the other person is taking the order. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.

May 02, 2018
Natural Korean Pronunciation through Assimilation (합니다 & 함니다) - Korean Q&A
13:18

In today’s Korean Q&A video, Hyunwoo will introduce some common spelling mistakes made by Korean native speakers. We hope you enjoy this lesson and let us know if you have any other questions! 

May 01, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #7 - 時 (시 = time)
07:39
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean! 
 
Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide 
Apr 30, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #9 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
07:19
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
Apr 29, 2018
Drinking Rules In Korea - Korean Culture Talk [upper-intermediate] (한국에서 술 마시기)
06:13

Drinking in Korea can be a lot of fun but also intimidating for many people who are new to the atmosphere. Kyeong-eun, Cassie, and Jooyeon went to have a few drinks to talk about this topic in all Korean. The video is only hard-subbed in Korean for your maximum listening practice, but if you want to participate in subtitle translation, you can do so at https://goo.gl/JdHJb3

Apr 26, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - When You Are Not Feeling Well (몸이 아플 때)
02:03
In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when one person is not feeling well and the other person is worried. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.
 
You will find more Situational Korean Quiz videos here: (playlist)
Apr 25, 2018
Common Spelling Mistakes by Korean Speakers (Part.2) - Korean Q&A
10:07

Watch Part. 1 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-suVeya4UU

In today’s Korean Q&A video, Hyunwoo will introduce some common spelling mistakes made by Korean native speakers. We hope you enjoy this lesson and let us know if you have any other questions!

 

Apr 25, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #6 - 金 (금 = gold, money)
06:41
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean! 
 
Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide 
Apr 23, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #8 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
07:06
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
 
Take more Korean dictation tests here:
 
Apr 22, 2018
TTMIK Interview - Professional Pansori Singer, Eun-Kyeong Min
15:23
Pansori is a traditional Korean music genre of musical storytelling. Teacher Kyung-hwa sat down with Eun-Kyeong Min, who is a professional Pansori artist in Korea. Learn more about how she got started and what it’s like to do Pansori as a profession. 
 
For more TTMIK interviews, click here: (playlist) 
 
Eun-Kyeong’s YouTube channel:
Apr 20, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Having Lunch (점심 먹을 때)
01:49
In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when two people are having lunch together. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.
 
You will find more Situational Korean Quiz videos here: (playlist)
Apr 18, 2018
다니다 vs. 가다 (= to go) - Korean Q&A
10:24
In today’s Korean Q&A video, Hyunwoo will introduce what 다니다 means and why people say 다녀올게요 when they are about to go somewhere. We hope you enjoy this lesson and let us know if you have any other questions! 
 
TTMIK Level 3 Lesson 6 (difference between -(으)ㄹ게요 and -(으)ㄹ 거예요 
Apr 17, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #5 - 口 (구 = mouth)
07:39
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean! 
 
Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide 
Apr 16, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #7 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
06:49
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
 
Take more Korean dictation tests here:
Apr 15, 2018
Korean Culture Talk - Housing In Korea vs. USA [upper-intermediate]
09:21

If you are living in Korea now or if you’ve lived in Korea before, what are something unique things you noticed about housing in Korea in general? Kyeong-eun, Cassie, and Seokjin sat down to talk about this topic in all Korean. The video is only hard-subbed in Korean for your maximum listening practice, but if you want to participate in subtitle translation, you can do so at https://goo.gl/JdHJb3

Apr 12, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Being Late (늦었을 때)
01:38
In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when one person is late. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.
 
You will find more Situational Korean Quiz videos here: (playlist)
Apr 11, 2018
Common Spelling Mistakes by Korean Speakers - Korean Q&A
10:38
In today’s Korean Q&A video, Hyunwoo will introduce some common spelling mistakes made by Korean native speakers. We hope you enjoy this lesson and let us know if you have any other questions! 
 
Watch more Korean Q&A videos here! (playlist)
 
Apr 10, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #4 - 老 (늙다 = old)
09:54
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean! 
 
Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide 
Apr 09, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #6 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
07:48
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
 
Take more Korean dictation tests here:
Apr 08, 2018
Danish Language Challenge with Sofie - 간단한 덴마크어에 도전해 봤습니다
14:58
In today’s Language Challenge video, Kyung-hwa and Jooyeon sat down with Sofie from Denmark (we posted an interview with her before) and tried learning some basic phrases in Danish : ) 
 
Watch more Language Challenge videos here! (playlist)
 
Our interview with Sofie: 
 
Follow Sofie on her blog and Instagram
Apr 06, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Answering The Phone
01:44
In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when one person is answering the phone. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.
 
You will find more Situational Korean Quiz videos here: (playlist)
Apr 04, 2018
Korean Q&A - 뭐 / 무슨 / 어떤 / 어느 - Which one to use?
11:53
In today’s Korean Q&A video, Hyunwoo will explain the differences between 뭐, 무슨, 어떤 and 어느. We hope you enjoy this lesson and let us know if you have any other questions! 
 
Watch more Korean Q&A videos here! (playlist)
Apr 03, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #3 - 學 (학 = school, study, learn)
11:36
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean! 
 
Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide 
Apr 02, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #5 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
07:44
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
 
Take more Korean dictation tests here:
Apr 01, 2018
Korean Culture Talk - You Must Share Food? [upper-intermediate]
10:07
Sharing food is very common in Korea. Sharing is good, of course, except when you don’t think you need to share your personal snacks or meals. What do you think? Hyunwoo, Cassie, and Seokjin sat down to talk about this topic in all Korean. The video is only hard-subbed in Korean for your maximum listening practice, but if you want to participate in subtitle translation, you can do so at https://goo.gl/JdHJb3 
Mar 29, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Asking For Directions
01:56
In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when one person is visiting the other person. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.
 
You will find more Situational Korean Quiz videos here: (playlist)
Mar 28, 2018
Korean Q&A - 5 ways to say “STAY” in Korean
13:32
In today’s Korean Q&A video, Hyunwoo will introduce how to say “stay” in natural Korean in various contexts. We hope you enjoy this lesson and let us know if you have any other questions! 
 
Watch more Korean Q&A videos here! (playlist)
Mar 27, 2018
TTMIK Hanja Guide #2 - 入 (입 = enter)
09:25
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean! 
 
Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide 
Mar 26, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #4 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
06:46
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
 
Take more Korean dictation tests here:
Mar 25, 2018
TTMIK Interview - Sofie from Denmark teaching economics in Korea
10:49
Sofie (소희) is from Denmark and a long-time TTMIK student. She’s teaching economics at Sogang University here in Korea. Kyeong-eun sat down with her to hear her story about how she came to Korea and how she studied Korean. 
 
Follow Sofie on her blog and Instagram 
Mar 24, 2018
TTMIK Interview - Philip from Germany acting in Korean plays
20:28
Philip is from Germany and is currently acting in Korean plays. We sat down with him to talk about how he studied Korean and how he ended up acting in Korea! 
 
Philip’s YouTube channel
 
More interviews by TTMIK
Mar 23, 2018
Situational Korean Quiz - Visiting Someone
01:57
In this week’s Situational Korean Quiz video, you will see two people interacting in Korean when one person is visiting the other person. Check if you can find the most natural Korean phrase for each situation.
 
You will find more Situational Korean Quiz videos here: (playlist)
Mar 21, 2018
The Korean Jigsaw Puzzle: Hanja #1 - 人 (인 = person)
12:21
You can learn a lot of new Korean words very quickly by learning new Hanja, which are Chinese characters used in the Korean language. Through this video series, we will introduce one Hanja character at a time and show you how Hanja can help you understand new words you encounter in Korean! 
 
Get your own copy of Your First Hanja Guide 
Mar 19, 2018
Korean Dictation Test #3 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
07:31
Here is this week’s Korean dictation test for you! Listen carefully to what you hear in the video and see if you can write everything down. We have easy, normal and hard questions in one video.
 
Download our free printable PDF that accompanies this series:
Mar 19, 2018
TTMIK Spring Sale 2018 (save up to 15% on our books)
02:16
Our spring sale starts now! And it will end on March 29, 2018.
Use the coupon code “ 2018spring “ to get 10% off on all order
or the coupon code “ 2018spring20 “ to get 15% off for orders of $20 or more.
Mar 15, 2018
Korean Study Hacks - 3 Ways To Improve Your Listening Skills
08:16
In today’s Korean Study Hacks video, our very own Cassie will tell you about three different types of material that you can use to improve your Korean listening skills. You can find the links to the stuff she mentions in this video down below. You can also watch her previous study hack video here (about vocabulary): https://youtu.be/KcPPllmx-Rc 
 
Korean dramas
 
Korean podcasts
 
Cassie’s song recommendations 
사람의 마음 by 장기하와 얼굴들 https://youtu.be/z_pqa36VHz8
 
별걸 다 기억하는 남자 by 노영심 https://youtu.be/fbqdiH20jBw 
쏘쏘 by 백아연 https://youtu.be/BbQG-S4mU0U 
인턴 by 옥상달빛 https://youtu.be/zdsKAOaOUV0 
Mar 12, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 금도끼 은도끼 (Golden Axe, Silver Axe) - Korean Folk Tale
14:14
In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will tell you a Korean folk tale called 금도끼 은도끼 (Golden Axe, Silver Axe). This is our last episode in this season of ASMR videos with Jooyeon : ) 
Mar 08, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 금사빠 (hint: It’s related to love.)
03:10
Watch all of our Buzzwords videos:
 
금사빠?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, but how did this expression come about?Learn what this actually means and where you can see it used. Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
Mar 07, 2018
Korean Q&A - Difference between 하면 (if) and 한다면 (if)
15:05

Both 하면 and 한다면 are often translated as “if (you) do (something)” but what is the difference? Why is it that you get to see 한다면 in more poetic contexts? Find out why and how to use -(ㄴ/는)다면 in today’s video lesson with Hyunwoo. 

Mar 06, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 비행기 태우다
05:45
Accompanying e-book for this video series: https://goo.gl/YBSi9s
(Get full transcripts + translations + more sample sentences)
 
This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 비행기 태우다. What could this phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
All of our intermediate lessons:
Mar 05, 2018
Korean Tongue Twisters! No. 2 - Weekly Korean Challenge
03:09
This week’s Korean challenge is another tongue twister mission! Please try saying everything out loud yourself!
 
 
Here are the sentences used in this video:
 
1. 고려고 교복
2. 한영 양장점
3. 담당 편집장
4. 새 쇠 철창살
5. 혈관신경성
Mar 04, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 아재 개그 (dad jokes)
10:16
In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon is joined by Kyung-hwa to discuss some Korean dad jokes (아재 개그) together. 아재 is a friendly term for 아저씨 and 개그 means gag or joke. Listen to Jooyeon introduce some jokes and try to guess the answer to her questions! Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.
Mar 01, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 한글 패치 (Korean Patch?)
03:25
Watch all of our Buzzwords videos:
 
한글 패치?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, frequently used to talk about someone who is very good at Korean. Learn what this actually means and where you can see it used. Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
Feb 28, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 입만 아프다
05:22
Accompanying e-book for this video series: https://goo.gl/YBSi9s
(Get full transcripts + translations + more sample sentences)
 
This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 입만 아프다. What could this phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
All of our intermediate lessons:
Feb 26, 2018
Korean Dictation Test No. 2 - Weekly Korean Challenge
03:28

Test your Korean listening skills and dictation skills with this video challenge with Jooyeon! Pause the video if you can after you hear each recording and try to write down each set of words as accurately as possible. Tune in every Monday to watch a new Korean challenge video that you can participate in!

Feb 25, 2018
TTMIK Interview - Colin Marshall (Essayist, Podcaster, Interviewer)
08:11
We sat down with our friend Colin Marshall who is an American essayist and broadcaster currently living in Korea. We asked him how he learned to speak fluent Korean and how he got to meet a lot of people and also generally what he does for a living. We filmed this video last summer so please note that many months have already passed from the time of this interview. 
 
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Feb 23, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR- Korean Idiomatic Phrases Using 바람 (wind)
10:31

In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will introduce some idiomatic phrases including 바람, which by itself means wind. Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.

Feb 22, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 덕업일치 (hint: it’s related to your job)
03:32
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덕업일치?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, frequently used to talk about a job that’s related to what you love as a hobby or as a fan. Learn what this actually means and where you can see it used. Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
Feb 21, 2018
Korean Q&A - 추천하다 vs. 권하다 (Do you know the difference?)
05:25

추천하다 means “to recommend” and 권하다 also means “to recommend”. But how are they different? 추천하다 is for recommending things in general, whereas 권하다 can be when you are offering something to eat or drink as well. Learn more about these two very useful verbs in this video lesson with Hyunwoo. 

Feb 20, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 잠수를 타다
08:05
This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 잠수를 타다 What could this strange phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
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Feb 19, 2018
Can you describe these actions in Korean? - Weekly Korean Challenge
01:32
This week’s Korean challenge is about describing some everyday actions. These actions themselves are quite simple, but can be challenging for language learners to learn. Tune in every Monday to watch a new Korean challenge video that you can participate in!
Feb 18, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 한국어 의성어, 의태어 (onomatopoeias and mimetic words)
11:42

In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will introduce some onomatopoeia words and mimetic words in the Korean language. Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.

Feb 15, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - What is 프사?
02:34
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프사?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, frequently used to talk about a kind of photo. Learn what this actually means and where you can see it used.Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
Feb 14, 2018
Korean Q&A - 할 수 있다 vs. 할 줄 알다 (Do you know the difference?)
07:09

할 수 있다 means “can do” and 할 줄 알다 also means “can do”, but you can think of 할 수 있다 more as “it is possible to do” or “there is a way to do” something, whereas 할 줄 알다 is closer to “to know how to do” something. Learn how to use the two expressions naturally in actual sentences through this video with Hyunwoo. 

Feb 13, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 뒷북 치다
05:13
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This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 뒷북 치다. What could this phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
All of our intermediate lessons:
Feb 12, 2018
Say "Happy New Year" in Korean - Weekly Korean Challenge
01:45

In Korea, wishing someone a happy new year is repeated in (usually) February when the lunar new year comes around. So you can say that this phrase, 새해 복 많이 받으세요. (= Happy New Year.), is said at least twice as much in Korea as in other parts of the world! Please try saying it out loud yourself! Tune in every Monday to watch a new Korean challenge video that you can participate in!

Feb 11, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 명언 몇 가지 (some famous quotes translated to Korean)
08:56
In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will talk about some famous quotes and introduce how they can be translated into Korean. Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.
 
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Feb 08, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 아아
03:12

아아?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this phrase, which is the abbreviation of two words, as strange as it may sound. Have you seen it in use before? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!

Feb 07, 2018
Korean Q&A - 한 번 and 한번 are different? (Korean spacing rules)
06:51
한 번 literally means “one time” whereas 한번 is used when you are talking about “giving something a try”. Learn more about this rule and some other examples with this video lesson with Hyunwoo. 
 
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Feb 06, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 깨가 쏟아지다
05:43
Learn even more with the accompanying printable e-book for the Intermediate Korean lesson series! You can study with the full transcripts and translations as well as more sample sentences and dialogues. Get it here: https://mykoreanstore.com/collections/e-books 
 
This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 깨가 쏟아지다. What could this phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
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Feb 05, 2018
Korean Tongue Twisters! - Weekly Korean Challenge
04:37
This week’s Korean challenge is a tongue twister mission! Jooyeon gave the other TTMIK members some difficult tongue twister sentences to read out loud. Who do you think did the best job? Please try saying everything out lout yourself! Tune in every Monday to watch a new Korean challenge video that you can participate in!
 
Here are the sentences used in this video: 

서울특별시 특허허가과 허가과장 허 과장

저기 저 뜀틀이 내가 뛸 뜀틀인가 내가 안 뛸 뜀틀인가?

된장 공장 주방장과 김 공장 주방장은 박 주방장이고
마늘 공장 주방장과 파 공장 주방장은 곽 주방장이다.

경찰청 철창살은 외철창살이고 검찰청 철창살은 쌍철창살이다.

저 분은 백 법학 박사이고 이 분은 박 법학 박사이다.

박범복 군은 밤 벚꽃 놀이를 가고
방범복 양은 낮 벚꽃 놀이를 간다.

 
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Feb 04, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 한국 속담 (Korean Proverbs)
10:56
In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will tell you about some interesting Korean proverbs that translated similarly into English. Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.
 
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Feb 01, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 개이득 (wild... benefit?)
02:38
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개이득?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, frequently used to describe a “benefit” or some “gain” that you were able to have unexpectedly. Learn how you can use this in real-life situations through this video lesson by Cassie. Have you seen it in use before? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
Jan 31, 2018
Korean Q&A - Why is “coconut" 코코넛, not 코코넡?
08:07
Coconut is written in Korean as 코코넛, the Internet is written as 인터넷, and robot is written as 로봇, all with ㅅ at the end instead of ㅌ. Why is ㅌ, which is roughly more similar to “t” than ㅅ, not used in these words? Hyunwoo answers this question in today’s Q&A video. 
 
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Jan 30, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 귀가 얇다
05:28
Learn even more with the accompanying printable e-book for the Intermediate Korean lesson series! You can study with the full transcripts and translations as well as more sample sentences and dialogues. Get it here: https://mykoreanstore.com/collections/e-books 
 
This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 귀가 얇다. What could this phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
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Jan 29, 2018
Translate "I will see you tomorrow." - Weekly Korean Challenge
01:34
How do you say “I will see you tomorrow.” in Korean? Let us think about it together and solve the quiz! Learn some of the most natural ways to say this greeting in Korean through this Weekly Korean Challenge video. Tune in every Monday to watch a new Korean challenge video that you can participate in!
 
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Jan 28, 2018
Where is PyeongChang? (Home of 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Seoul)
03:56
Exactly 30 years after Seoul Olympic Games in 1988, Korea is finally hosting another Olympic Games event, this time in PyeongChang. Unlike the metropolitan city of Seoul, which is also the capital city of South Korea, PyeongChang has not been a place widely known around the world. So for everyone who is interested in watching the PyeongChang Winter Olympics and Paralympic Winter Games, we’ve prepared this video to show you where the county of PyeongChang is located in relation to other cities that you might already know. 
 
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Jan 27, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 요술 맷돌 (The Magic Millstone)
12:30
In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will tell you a well-known Korean folktale called 요술 맷돌 (The Magic Millstone). Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.
 
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Jan 25, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 안물안궁
03:03
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안물안궁?! What the heck does that mean?!Cassie explains this fun expression, and you can learn how to use this in a text chat or in a hashtag through this video lesson. Have you seen it in use before? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
Jan 24, 2018
Korean Q&A - 좀 and 조금 are not the same?
07:54
Today’s question is about the meaning and various usages of the word 좀, which is originally a shortened version of 조금. But in actual usages, 좀 can have some meanings that 조금 doesn’t have. Can you guess what those are? Learn about it through this video lesson with Hyunwoo. 
 
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Jan 23, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 오리발 내밀다
04:16
This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 오리발 내밀다 What could this strange phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
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Jan 22, 2018
Pronouncing Winter Olympic Sports Names in Korean #PyeongChang2018
02:07
Test your Korean listening skills with this video challenge where Kyung-hwa gives you the pronunciation of each of the Winter Olympic sport names in Korean! All of the 15 sport names are actually based on English and is almost the same except with a Korean pronunciation. Tune in every Monday to watch a new Korean challenge video that you can participate in!
 
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Jan 21, 2018
How to make your Korean more flexible (with our conversation book!)
05:20
Get our book “Real-Life Korean Conversations: Intermediate” here:
 
In how many different ways can you say roughly the same thing? As you become more fluent in Korean, this number will naturally increase gradually, but it is also a good idea to deliberately practice expressing the same idea in as many different ways as possible. We help you do exactly that through our book, Real-Life Korean Conversations: Intermediate. If you are a beginner learner, we have a conversation book for beginners, too, right here: https://goo.gl/Ci9Kav
Jan 19, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 양치기 소년 (The Boy Who Cried Wolf)
09:39
In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will tell you the well-known Aesop’s fable The Boy Who Cried Wolf (양치기 소년). Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series.
 
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Jan 18, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 단호박 (sweet pumpkin?)
02:59
단호박?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this fun expression, frequently used to describe a situation where someone says a flat-out “No." Have you seen it in use before? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!
 
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Jan 17, 2018
Korean Q&A - How to say “WHAT IF?” in Korean
08:35
Today’s question is about how to say “what if” in Korean. There are mainly three different ways you can say this that Hyunwoo introduces in this video lesson. One is -으면 어떡해요?, another is -으면 어떡하죠? and the other is 그러니까, 만약 그러면 어떡해요? Learn how these different phrases work slightly differently by watching this video lesson. 
 
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Jan 16, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 발이 넓다
04:48
This intermediate lesson covers the phrase 발이 넓다 What could this strange phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.
 
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Jan 15, 2018
Korean Dictation Test (with double consonants) - Weekly Korean Challenge
02:25

Test your Korean listening skills and dictation skills with this video challenge with Jooyeon!

Pause the video if you can after you hear each recording and try to write down each set of words as accurately as possible. Tune in every Monday to watch a new Korean challenge video that you can participate in!

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Jan 15, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 말 안 듣는 청개구리 (The Green Frog Who Won't Listen)
11:09

In this week’s Korean ASMR video, Jooyeon will read you the well-known Korean story of The Green Frog Who Won't Listen (말 안 듣는 청개구리). Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of materials and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in future videos in this series.

Jan 11, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 뇌섹남
03:08

뇌섹남?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this popular phrase, seen frequently in the subtitles of variety shows and in relation to celebrities, but it can be used for anyone!  Have you seen it in use before? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!

Jan 10, 2018
Korean Q&A - Why say 여보세요 when answering the phone?
07:03

Today’s question is about the origin of the expression 여보세요. This phrase means “Hello” but it is almost only used when you answer the phone. 여보세요 is originally the combination of 여기 and 보세요, which means “Look here.” or “Hey, look.” and even though it’s mostly used when you are answering the phone, 여보세요 or 여기 보세요 can also be used when you want to start talking to someone and show your frustration, like “Hey, look.” Learn about some other examples of words that have interesting origins through this video lesson with Hyunwoo. 

Jan 09, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - 해가 서쪽에서 뜨다
04:16

In this lesson of Intermediate Korean, we cover the phrase 해가 서쪽에서 뜨다. What could this strange phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.

Jan 08, 2018
Say "PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games” In Korean - Weekly Korean Challenge
01:09
The PyeongChang 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games are going to be held in February 2018 in the city of PyeongChange in South Korea. If you are going there to watch a game, have fun! But if you are not planning on going, how about at least try and say the official name of this competition in Korean? Practice saying 2018 평창 동계올림픽대회 as accurately and quickly as you can, and post a video on social media and tag us!! 
 
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Jan 07, 2018
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 개미와 배짱이 (The Ant and The Grasshopper)
10:38
Great news for ASMR fans and all the people who loved our first-ever ASMR video featuring Jooyeon: we will post an ASMR video every Friday from now on! Tune in every Friday to watch a new episode of Korean Soft Spoken ASMR with Jooyeon. We’ll use various types of material and topics to talk about, and we are open to suggestions as to what Jooyeon can talk about in her future videos in this series. 
 
Jooyeon’s previous ASMR: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3K6AGsmxiHA 
Jan 05, 2018
Korean Buzzwords - 동공지진 (pupil + earthquake?)
02:03

동공지진?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this recent phrase, seen frequently in the subtitles of variety shows. Have you seen it in use before? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly? Do you have any buzzword suggestions? Let us know in the comments!

Jan 03, 2018
Korean Q&A - What does 웃음기 mean?
07:44

Today’s question is about the meaning of the phrase "웃음기 싹 뺐어요.” To understand what this sentences means, you need to know both 웃음기 and 싹. First, 웃음기 is a combination of 웃음 (laughter) + 기 (氣 = energy, vibe). So together it means the “atmosphere/vibe of laughter”. And 싹 means “completely” in this case, so together with 싹 뺐어요, it means that you’ve removed it completely. All together 웃음기 싹 뺐어요 means that you are being serious or made something serious for a change. Watch this video lesson to learn about some other words where the -기 ending has a similar role! 

Jan 02, 2018
Intermediate Korean Lesson - Ep.1 - 발 디딜 틈이 없다
04:58

Welcome to episode 1 of our series of Korean lessons for intermediate learners! Lesson 1 covers the phrase 발 디딜 틈이 없다. What could this strange phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.

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Jan 01, 2018
Say Your New Year's Resolution in Korean! - Weekly Korean Challenge
03:06

Happy New Year everyone! 새해 복 많이 받으세요 : )

This is the first episode of our brand-new weekly series called "Weekly Korean Challenge", where we will be giving you something to work on and practice with that can help you improve your Korean!

For this week's challenge, please write in the comments below or post a video on Twitter or on Instagram and tag us, where you talk about one of your new year's resolutions. If you post a video, be sure to tag us with "@ttmik" so we can see it!

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Dec 31, 2017
Look Inside - Real-Life Korean Conversations: Intermediate (중급 한국어 대화책)
06:41

Take a look inside our Korean speaking guide for intermediate-level learners! It’s called “Real-Life Korean Conversations: Intermediate” and after studying with it, you will be able to hold longer and more flexible conversations in Korean.

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Dec 29, 2017
Korean Q&A - What is 급식체?
08:04

급식체 is a kind of Korean slang that some teenagers and people in their early twenties use in text message and/or on social media. It's called 급식체 because reportedly, it is mainly used by people who eat 급식 (school food) at their school cafeteria. The word 급식 is not used, however, to refer to food that college students eat at the college cafeteria. In this video lesson, you can learn about some common examples of 급식체 but just like with any temporary fad, we don't recommend that you actually use it.

 

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Dec 28, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “Let's cut to the chase."
01:01

How do you say “Let's cut to the chase.” in Korean? Teacher Jooyeon will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video.

You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Dec 27, 2017
Intermediate Korean Lesson - Ep. 3 - 눈이 높다
05:39

Welcome to episode 3 of our series of Korean lessons for intermediate learners! Lesson 3 covers the phrase 눈이 높다. What could this strange phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with onlyKorean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.

Dec 26, 2017
Intermediate Korean Lesson - Ep. 2 - 손꼽아 기다리다
05:17

Welcome to episode 2 of our series of Korean lessons for intermediate learners! Lesson 2 covers the phrase 손꼽아 기다리다. What could this strange phrase mean? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this phrase.

Dec 20, 2017
Korean Q&A - Want (원하다 vs -고 싶다)
10:37

A: Hey, will you be my Instagram friend?
B: Sure. I just followed you. But hey, what’s this teeny little doll in this picture?
A: Oh, that’s a limited edition mini-me doll.
B: It’s so cute! I want to buy one, too!
A: They’re sold out.
B: Aw man….

Which of these words were covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:
- What is the difference between 원하다 and -고 싶다?
- What is 인친?
- What does 쪼만해 mean?
- What is the difference between 품절 and 매진?

For more Korean Q&A videos like this one, go to http://talktomeinkorean.com/qna/

Dec 19, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “I was just about to say that."
01:10

How do you say “I was just about to say that."” in Korean? Teacher Kyung-hwa will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Dec 16, 2017
Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - Folktale Reading (젊어지는 샘물)
10:47

So many people have commented on Jooyeon’s calming voice so the only natural thing to do was to put it to good use. Introducing Jooyeon’s soft spoken ASMR! We have included only Korean subtitles for more immersive learning for those of you intermediate and advanced learners out there. Even if you are a beginner, they say that listening while you sleep is one way of getting used to a new language, so kill two birds with one stone and play this video at bed time to not only sleep well, but kick start your Korean Studies! Sleep well♥

Dec 14, 2017
Korean Q&A - ㄷ vs. ㄹ (pronunciation difference)
09:55

A: What are you watching?
B: This youtuber’s story of overcoming their skin troubles.
A: Oh. Do you want to become like them?
B: A famous youtuber? But I don’t....Wait, are you saying I have bad skin?
A: …..I hope your wish comes true
B: Hey!

Which of these words were covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:
-Why does 처럼 sound like 처덤?
- What is the difference between 답게 and 처럼?
- Why do Koreans mix up 바래다 and 바라다?
- What does 극복기 mean?

 


For more Korean Q&A videos like this one, go to http://talktomeinkorean.com/qna/

Dec 12, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “No way!"
01:01

How do you say “No way!"” in Korean? Teacher Kyeong-eun will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Dec 11, 2017
K-pop Recipes: Gashina (가시나)
06:08

* We are having a winter sale until this weekend! ☃️ ❤️ 🎄 Click on this link right here to see all the necessary information about the sale: https://mykoreanstore.com/pages/2017wintersale

Are you leaving? Don’t go! Kyunghwa will explain the phrases used in the K-pop Recipe of the week: Gashina by Sunmi! You can learn how to cook up some lovely sentences with the phrases from this song...and maybe even some backhanded tweets.

Dec 09, 2017
German Language Challenge With Philipp (필립과 함께 한 독일어 챌린지!)
16:29

* We are having a winter sale until this weekend! ☃️ ❤️ 🎄 Click on this link right here to see all the necessary information about the sale: https://mykoreanstore.com/pages/2017wintersale

We invited Philipp from Germany into the studio to teach us some German! How difficult do Kyung-hwa and Jooyeon find it to be?

Dec 08, 2017
Korean Pronunciation Coaching!
14:52

TTMIK’s very own 교정 요정 (Fixit Fairy) Kyung-hwa sat down with long-time actor, Kahlid, to help him improve his Korean pronunciation. We hope that this video will help you with some of the more difficult pronunciation points, too! We also hope everyone will wish Kahlid good luck in his acting endeavors, and if you would like to check out some of his work, visit his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNlR80w4O-t3CCRlpAKbc5w

Dec 08, 2017
Korean Study Hacks - Using a Dictionary App
10:12

Today Cassie shows you how to study and review vocabulary with her favorite dictionary app!

**Here are all the links you need to find the Naver Dictionary app/website**

Apple store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/korean-dictionary-translate/id673085116?mt=8

Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nhn.android.naverdic&hl=en

Mobile website: http://m.endic.naver.com

Desktop website: http://endic.naver.com/?sLn=en

More information: http://blog.naver.com/dic_master/221084784632

Dec 06, 2017
Must Know Words in Korean - Weather (날씨) / Pt. 2
09:38

Grab your rain coat and boots as we go out and explore the weather in Korean! Rain, snow, fog and storms, Jooyeon covers these and more in this part two video. If you missed part 1, be sure to check it out: https://youtu.be/rnu2rjESiV4

What is the weather like today where you are?

Dec 05, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “I'm allergic to nuts."
01:14

* We are having a winter sale for 2 weeks! ☃️ ❤️ 🎄 Click on this link right here to see all the necessary information about the sale: http://mykoreanstore.com/pages/2017wintersale

How do you say “I'm allergic to nuts.” in Korean? Teacher Jooyeon will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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You can learn even more Korean on our website at http://talktomeinkorean.com

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Nov 30, 2017
Korean Q&A - Many ways to say ‘YOURSELF in Korean
12:14

A: What took you so long!?
B: I was getting dressed. I got some new clothes today. What do you think, is it fashionable?
A: Oh, you’ve got skills. A real stylist. Hey, could you style me?
B: Are you going to pay me?
A: No
B: Style yourself, then.
Which of these words were covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:
- What is  the difference between 모습 and 모양?
- What is the most natural way to say “What took you so long?!” in Korean?
- How do you say “oneself/yourself” in Korean?
- What is the difference between  실력 and 능력?


For more Korean Q&A videos like this one, go to http://talktomeinkorean.com/qna/

Nov 29, 2017
Korean Buzzwords: Korean Buzzwords: 비주얼 깡패 (Visual + Bully?)
02:40

비주얼 깡패?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this phrase, most frequently seen in hashtags on instagram and twitter. Have you seen it in use before? Before watching the video and listening to Cassie’s explanation, what was your guess? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly?  

Nov 29, 2017
TTMIK Winter Sale 2017! (up to 30% off)
02:15

HOW TO GET A DISCOUNT DURING THE WINTER SALE

Use the coupon code 2017winter to get 10% off on anything!

Use the coupon code 2017winter15  to get 15% off on orders over $20.

 

Learn more about our winter sale here:

https://mykoreanstore.com/pages/2017wintersale

All of our video courses on Vimeo are currently 30% off!

https://goo.gl/Gz4BK4

Nov 27, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “Are you on Instagram?"
01:14

How do you say “Are you on Instagram?” in Korean?

Teacher Kyeong-eun will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video.

You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Nov 24, 2017
Must Know Words in Korean - Car Parts (자동차의 여러 부품)
10:29

Fasten your seat belts, we’ve got a special episode of Must Know Words prepared! We’re going to take a ride through this lesson covering words commonly associated with cars together! Our amazing TTMIK fans helped Jooyeon present this special episode during our meetup at the beginning of November. We’d like to give a big thanks to everyone for doing such a great job!

Nov 22, 2017
Korean Q&A - How do you say ‘or’ in Korean?
11:15

A: Ugh! My character died again!
B: Are you playing on story mode or on multiplayer?
A: Multiplayer.
B: I told you, the people on there are too good. You can’t win.
A: I know...I didn’t expect it to be this bad though.
B: Stop playing games and go outside. The sun is up, it’s a nice day.
Which of these words were covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:
- What is  the difference between 사망하다 and 죽다?
- What is the difference between 혹은 and 아니면?
- What is the difference between 기대하다 and 예상하다?

- What is the difference between 해 and 태양?

Nov 17, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “That's LIT!"
01:01

How do you say “That's LIT!” in Korean? Teacher Seokjin will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Nov 17, 2017
Why We Made the TTMIK Study Journal
07:23

We’ve made something really special! It’s our highly requested 100-Day Study Journal! This limited edition journal is tailor made to our learners and will make a perfect supplement to your studies. They’re already selling like hot-cakes so hurry and grab your copy before it’s gone forever! You can purchase it on our store here:  https://mykoreanstore.com/products/studyjournal

Want to take a look inside before you buy it? Check out the look-inside video here:
https://youtu.be/qFaIrpvd0VM

Nov 16, 2017
중급 레슨 - 귀신이 곡할 노릇이다
06:57

For our intermediate learners, we have begun a new series of intermediate Korean lessons! This first lesson covers the phrase 귀신이 곡할 노릇이다. What could this strange phrase mean? Why would a ghost cry? Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa explain it using only Korean, with *only* Korean subtitles! So keep your ears open and follow along for a deeper understanding of this idiomatic phrase.

Nov 15, 2017
Korean Buzzwords - 인생샷 (life+shot?)
02:16

인생샷?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this phrase, which is associated with a famous meme in Korea, and how it is used in daily conversations. Have you seen it in use before? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly?

Nov 15, 2017
Korean Q&A - 감사합니다 vs 고마워요
08:50

A: Why do you keep jumping around like that?
B: I’m just so happy. This cake is so good, it’s blowing my mind.
A: Really? Let me try some.
B: DON’T TOUCH MY CAKE. Here, you can have this bread instead.
A: Thanks……..
Which of these words were covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:
- What is  the difference between 건드리다 and 만지다?

- What does  기가 막히다 mean?

- What is the difference between 내 and 나의 ?
-In which context does 뛰다 mean run or jump?
- What is the difference between 고마워요 and 감사합니다?

Nov 15, 2017
Korean Q&A- What is 막?
11:35

In today’s Q&A Hyunwoo answers a very popular question: what is 막?
But wait….doesn’t he usually answer 4 questions? What happened?! Well, 막 has so many meanings and nuances, Hyunwoo thought it best to dedicate a whole episode to it! We hope this was helpful for you!

Nov 15, 2017
Look Inside - TTMIK Limited Edition 100-day Study Journal
07:52

Take a look inside the new TTMIK 100-day Study Journal! Your personalized roadmap to fluency.
We wanted to create something that would help all of you learners out there keep on track with your learning goals and what better way to do so than with a beautifully designed study journal? This journal has places for you to write your goals and achievements, an artistically inspired attendance check chart, stickers, recipes, motivational quotes and more!

The journal is limited edition and selling fast! Get your copy before they are all gone for good!

Find it here on our store: https://mykoreanstore.com/products/studyjournal

Nov 06, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “I've heard a lot about you."
01:01

How do you say “I've heard a lot about you.” in Korean? Teacher Kyung-hwa will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Nov 03, 2017
K-Pop Song Recommendation - Sad Songs
07:16

Get some tissues ready. Seokjin introduces us to some sad kpop oldies in today's recommendation!

Listen to the originals here:

Toy-Good Person: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNHYLmNhNvI
Jongshin Yoon-Your Mother: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KZHdy_78fg

Nov 03, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “What do you think?"
01:01

How do you say “What do you think?” in Korean?

Teacher Hyunwoo will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video.

You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Oct 27, 2017
Korean Q&A - What does -는 셈이다 mean?
08:50

A: Why do you always do that?
B: not always!
A: You do it almost everyday so it’s almost the same as always! Why?
B: I have my reasons.
A: really?
Which of these words were covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:

- What does -는 셈이다 mean?
- What is  the difference between 사연 and 이야기?
- What is the difference between 하루, 매일 and 날
- What is the difference between 진짜요? and 그래요?

Oct 24, 2017
Look Inside: Your First Hanja Guide
07:22

Take a look inside our Hanja book that covers the basic Hanja that the majority of Koreans recognize and use in everyday life. If you know these characters, learning Korean becomes even easier as Hanja-derived words are the building blocks of so much of the Korean language! Get your own copy here: https://mykoreanstore.com/products/hanjaguide

Oct 17, 2017
Korean Buzzwords: 발연기 (Foot + Acting?)
03:17

발연기?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this phrase, which is particularly popular recently, and how it is used in daily conversations. Have you seen it in use before? Before watching the video and listening to Cassie’s explanation, what was your guess? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly?

Oct 16, 2017
Korean Q&A - “When” and When to Use It (때 vs. 언제)
08:17

“When did you finish reading the newspaper? You read it so fast!”
What does that have to do with anything? Find out in today’s Q&A!

The lovely questions Hyunwoo answered are:

- Do 신문 보다 and 신문 읽다 mean the same thing?

- Are 때 and 언제 interchangeable?

- What is the difference between 어서 and 빨리?

- What does 에 대한 mean?

Oct 08, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “Save it."
01:11

How do you say “Save it.” in Korean? Teacher Seokjin will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Oct 06, 2017
All That Gugak- Pansori
09:21

What are the four aspects of Pansori, and how could a drummer be more important than a master singer? Find out in this episode of All That Gugak!

Here is Eun-kyung Min’s channel! Please follow her to see any new videos she posts!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBu28twY3vTJD4wHAMQ_Oig

Oct 05, 2017
Must Know Words in Korean- Weather (Pt. 1)
13:37

Grab your windbreaker and strap on some comfy walking shoes as we go out and explore the weather in Korean! Nice weather, not so nice weather, hot and cool, Jooyeon covers these and more in this part one video. Keep your eyes peeled for part 2!

What is the weather like today where you are?

Oct 03, 2017
K-pop Recipes: Mamamoo - Aze Gag (아재 개그)
10:09

You think you’re punny, huh?. Kyunghwa explains the dad jokes of Korea, 아재 개그, as they are heard in the K-pop Recipe of the week: Aze Gag by Mamamoo! You can learn how to cook up some lovely sentences with the phrases from this song...and also annoy your friends with some lame jokes.

If you enjoyed this video, please like and subscribe, and help us spread the word about our online lessons!

Oct 02, 2017
Korean Q&A - To Hate, 미워하다 vs. 싫다
06:33

A: Did you call him?
B: Who? That mouse-like guy? No way! I hate him.
Which of these words were covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:
- What is the difference between 연락하다 and 전화하다?

- What is  the difference between 미워하다 and 싫다?
- Why do Koreans sometimes write 돼요 as 되요 ?
- What is the difference between 같은 and 처럼?

Sep 29, 2017
Korean Buzzwords - 하드 캐리 (Hard + Carry?)
02:01

하드 캐리?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this phrase, which is particularly popular recently, and how it is used in daily conversations. Have you seen it in use before?
Before watching the video and listening to Cassie’s explanation, what was your guess? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly?

Sep 28, 2017
Chuseok Delayed Shipping (and why that will happen)
03:58

We are about to have a really….REALLY long holiday in Korea for Chuseok. All government facilities will be shutting down for a total of 10 days (6 business days) which is great for the workers to get some rest, but not so good for people expecting mail. If you plan on ordering from the TTMIK store soon, please be aware of the delays!  If you're curious as to why the holiday is so long, please watch the video!

Sep 25, 2017
(New Book!) Your First Hanja Guide - Pre-order Starts Today (10% off)
04:09

Pre-order a signed copy here right now to get 10% off: https://mykoreanstore.com/products/hanjaguide

Read more below for more info about the book!

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"Hanja(한자, 漢字)" refers to Chinese characters that are used in Korean, and even if you don't actually know how to read and write the Hanja characters themselves, knowing Hanja-based words will exponentially increase your Korean vocabulary, since many Korean words are based on these Chinese characters.

Over the past few years, we have received many questions like these and here are our answers.

Q: Do Korean people really know thousands of Hanja?
A: Many of them do! And most people can at least read and understand hundreds of Chinese characters but they may not be able to write everything from memory.

Q: Will knowing these Hanja characters actually help with my Korean vocabulary?
A: Definitely! Learning Hanja can be compared to learning Latin and Greek word roots when learning English, but much easier and much more applicable to everyday usages.

Q: So, even if I don't actually memorize Hanja characters, studying Hanja can still help me improve my Korean?
A: Yes! Studying Hanja will help you develop a sense of understanding and even guessing the meaning of new words you encounter for the first time!

Sep 25, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “Who am I kidding?"
01:01

How do you say “Who am I kidding?” in Korean? Teacher Kyung-hwa will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

Sep 22, 2017
Korean Q&A - How is 안 and 속 different? (Both mean “inside”)
08:20

A: From now on I’m just going to live inside a cave.
B: I see.
Which of these words were covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:
- What is the difference between 안에 and 속에?

- Why does the ㅅ in 존댓말 sound like a ㄴ ?

- What is  the difference between 오늘부터 and 앞으로?
- What is the difference between 모르다 vs. 모르겠다 and 알다 vs. 알겠다

Sep 22, 2017
Working at a Non-teaching Job in Korea
11:50

We met Joe Zellers at our booth at the Seoul International Book Fair and were impressed with his Korean skills! We found out he works a non-teaching job here and decided to invite him into our studio for an interview. Want to learn how to get a job in Korea? Watch the video for some awesome tips!

Sep 20, 2017
Korean Q&A - Many Meanings Of 그냥
06:39

“The boy and girl were too shy to speak, so they just finished their group project and went home quickly.” Can you pick out what parts of this sentence we covered in today’s Q&A?

The questions Hyunwoo answered are:

- What is the difference between 끝나다 and 끝내다?

- What is the difference between ~와 and ~하고?

- Is the a big difference between 수줍다 and 부끄럽다?

- What is the difference between ~만, ~뿐 and 그냥?

Sep 15, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “That sounds great.”
01:01

Teacher Jooyeon will introduce how to say “That sounds great.” in Korean in this video.

Sep 14, 2017
Being a College Student for 10 Years
12:38

Hyunwoo took 10 years to graduate college! What could be the reason? Does he really love school so much that he wanted to stay forever? Is he some sort of doctor now?

Actually, it’s neither. Watch the video to find out the truth, and why it is common for Korean students to spend several years in college.

Sep 13, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “Please talk more slowly."
01:11

How do you say “Please talk more slowly.” in Korean? Teacher Kyeong-eun will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video.

Sep 08, 2017
Korean Buzzwords - 팩트 폭력 (Fact + Violence?)
03:13

팩트 폭력?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this phrase and how it is used in daily conversations. Before watching the video and listening to Cassie’s explanation, what was your guess? Did you guess the meaning of this expression correctly?

Sep 04, 2017
from Greece to the U.S.A to South Korea - Andreas Varsakopoulos (안드레아스)
16:53

Andreas Varsakopoulos is originally from Greece and studied abroad for a long time in the U.S. and is now a teacher in South Korea. We went to a Greek food restaurant in Itaewon called Santorini to taste some delicious Greek food and talk with him about his various experiences as a teacher and as a TV personality in Korea.

Sep 03, 2017
Cantonese Language Challenge with Cherry (광둥어를 배워 보자!)
12:47

We invited Cherry, from Hong Kong, into the studio to teach us some Cantonese! How difficult do Kyunghwa and Jooyeon find it to be?



You can find Cherry’s channel here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2oB9QCXs-RKtaKChrz4dKg 


Sep 02, 2017
Must Know Words In Korean - Time (시간)
09:13

Time is one of the most powerful and precious things in this world and something we talk about on a daily basis. Learn how to tell the time and also learn about some time-related Korean words in this video with teacher Jooyeon!  

Sep 02, 2017
Korean Q&A - How To Say “Fake News” in Korean?
09:15

Do you have someone you can rely on to get you out o a sticky situation? Well now you know what to call them! Today, Hyunwoo answers these 4 great questions:
- How do you say “Ok, sure, no problem” in Korean?

- What does 믿는 구석 mean?

- Why are people who aren’t teachers called 선생님?
- How do you say “this is fake” in Korean?

Sep 01, 2017
K-pop Recipes: BTS - Spring Day (봄날)
04:44

Oh spring days...I miss you so. Kyunghwa brings us the meat of the message from the K-pop Recipe of the week: Spring Day by BTS! You can learn how to cook up some lovely sentences with the phrases from this song.

Aug 31, 2017
Korean Language Challenge with Lisa and Lena! (리사와 레나의 한국어 도전!)
12:32

We invited Lisa and Lena, the bubbly twins from Germany, into the studio for a Korean language challenge! How do they do? Watch the video to find out!

You can find Lisa and Lena here: http://www.instagra.com/lisaandlena

Aug 30, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “I don't get it."
01:11

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Learn more about our summer sale here:
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How do you say “I don't get it.” in Korean? Teacher Hyunwoo will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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Thanks for watching and studying Korean with our lessons!

You can learn even more Korean on our website at http://talktomeinkorean.com

and get our textbooks on our online bookstore at http://mykoreanstore.com

Aug 29, 2017
Korean Q&A - “여러분” vs. Everybody
08:15

“Hey can you bring me those earphones? I want to listen to the song that everybody is listening to, too!” What does that have to do with anything? Watch the video to find out!


Today, Hyunwoo answers these 4 questions:
- Is there a difference between 가져오다 and 데려오다?
- What does 아무말 대잔치 mean?

- How do you say “the song + song name” in Korean?

- What is the difference between 다들 and 여러분?

Aug 29, 2017
TTMIK Fall Sale 2017! (up to 30% off)
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HOW TO GET A DISCOUNT DURING THE FALL SALE

Use the coupon code fall2017 to get 10% off on anything!

Use the coupon code fall2017twenty to get 15% off on orders over $20.

Learn more about our summer sale here:

https://mykoreanstore.com/pages/fall2017sale

All of our video courses on Vimeo are currently 30% off!

https://goo.gl/Gz4BK4

Aug 28, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “Oh, come on!"
01:01

How do you say “Oh, come on!” in Korean? Teacher Seokjin will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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Thanks for watching and studying Korean with our lessons!

You can learn even more Korean on our website at http://talktomeinkorean.com

and get our textbooks on our online bookstore at http://mykoreanstore.com

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Aug 26, 2017
Must Know Word In Korean - Flavors (여러가지 맛!)
08:54

Grab a tasty snack and get comfy with Jooyeon as she takes you around on the flavor train! Sour lemons, sweet candy, bitter coffee; you’ll learn the basic flavors and their usages in Korean, and the test your knowledge by answering Jooyeon’s questions.

Aug 24, 2017
Korean Listening Practice for Beginners (“Iyagi” Beginner Series)
02:18

Iyagi is our most popular listening material, which features natural Korean conversations by two native Korean speakers. And we just published a beginner version of Iyagi on our online bookstore in the form of an audio course with an accompanying PDF. Take the audio lesson here: https://mykoreanstore.com/products/iyagiforbeginners

Aug 23, 2017
Korean Buzzwords - 빵셔틀 (Bread + Shuttle?)
02:10

빵셔틀?! What the heck does that mean?! Cassie explains this phrase and its origins so get comfy and prepare for some knowledge!  Do you have anything like 빵셔틀 in your country? If you enjoyed this video, please like and subscribe, and help us spread the word about our online lessons!

Aug 18, 2017
Korean Movie Recommendation: 멋진 하루 (My Dear Enemy)
06:17

Kyung-hwa is back with another recommendation! But wait...it’s not a book, but rather a movie this time! “My Dear Enemy” is a movie about Byung-hoon, who owes his ex-girlfriend a large amount of money, as he goes around in search of the means to pay her back. The movie takes place over the course of a day as Hee-soo, his ex-girlfriend, demands that he pay her back right away.

Aug 14, 2017
Korean Q&A - 쌤 [ssaem]? 선생님 [seon-saeng-nim]?
08:59

Student: “Teacher! Must we do our homework? Teacher! Where did you go? Teacher?!”
Teacher: “AFK BRB”


Today, Hyunwoo answers these 4 awesome questions:
- When would someone say 어디 갔다 왔어요? and when would they say 어디 갔어요?
- What is the difference between 쌤 and 선생님?

- What is the difference between -야 해요 and -야 돼요?

- When Koreans talk to strangers online do they use polite language or just casual?

Aug 13, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “What's wrong with you?"
01:01

How do you say “What's wrong with you?” in Korean? Teacher Jooyeon will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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Thanks for watching and studying Korean with our lessons!

You can learn even more Korean on our website at http://talktomeinkorean.com

and get our textbooks on our online bookstore at http://mykoreanstore.com

Aug 11, 2017
Must-Know Words In Korean - Birthdays (생일)
06:17

Happy birthday to you! Or happy unbirthday if that’s what it happens to be. Learn birthday related phrases in Korean with JooYeon!

When is your birthday? What do you do on your birthday?


If you enjoyed this video, please like and subscribe, and help us spread the word about our online lessons!

Aug 08, 2017
Look Inside - The My Korean Husband Comic Book
07:51

Take a look inside the My Korean Husband comic book with special guest, Nichola Gwon, the author herself! My Korean Husband began as a blog where Nichola posted her web comics detailing life as an intercultural couple with her Korean husband, Hugh. Many of those web comics, as well as a few new ones, can be found in this book. On one side, the comic is displayed with Korean dialogue and on the opposite page, there is an explanation in Korean and an english translation of the comic.

Get a copy of your own from our store: https://mykoreanstore.com/products/mykoreanhusband
And don’t forget to check out Nichola and Hugh’s blog! http://www.mykoreanhusband.com

Video edited by Seokjin Jin: https://www.instagram.com/seokjin82/

Aug 07, 2017
Korean Q&A - “WWW” and “dot com” in Korean?
07:51

“I remembered a time when I first started driving in Korea… I’m easily startled so it’s a bad memory for me. I don’t drive anymore because I can’t take it. True story.” What does that have to do with anything? Watch the video to find out!


Today, Hyunwoo answers these 4 fantastic questions:
- What is the difference between 순간/시간 and 추억/기억?
- What does 실화 mean?

- What do 초보운전 and 유리멘탈 mean?

- How do you say a URL in Korean?

Aug 06, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “That's rad."
01:01

How do you say “That's rad.” in Korean? Teacher Kyung-hwa will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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You can learn even more Korean on our website at http://talktomeinkorean.com
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Aug 04, 2017
How Are You Learning Korean? - Seoul Book Fair 2017
05:37

There were so many kind fans at the Book Fair and it was great to see all of you! Some of you told us about how you began learning Korean and we gathered your answers here! Thank you so much to everyone who came out to support us and talk with us, we always love meeting you. If you would like to stay updated on when our next meetup will be, check out our meetup page here:
https://www.meetup.com/talktomeinkorean/

Also a big shout out to Andreas and Christian for helping us out!
You can find them here:

Andreas- https://www.instagram.com/andreas_thegreek/

Christian- https://www.instagram.com/crisxt20/

Aug 01, 2017
Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki marriage?! - Trending (ep 5)
11:02

The hottest trending topic in Korea these days is the marriage announcement of Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki. Song-Song’s sudden marriage announcement caught Korea by surprise! Find out why as Kyung-Eun, Kyung-Hwa and JooYeon talk about this hot issue! How are celebrities treated in your country? What is a typical wedding like where you’re from?

Jul 31, 2017
Korean Q&A - Why do people say 잘 보고 가요 on my Instagram posts?
06:58

Today, Hyunwoo answers these 4 awesome questions:
- What is 그나마?
- What is the difference between 도와주세요 and 살려주세요?

- How do I respond to “잘 보고 가요”?
- How do you say “oh,  I just realized you followed me. I’ll follow you back.” in Korean?

Jul 30, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “Can I add you on Facebook?"
01:09

How do you say “Can I add you on Facebook?” in Korean? Teacher Hyunwoo will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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Jul 28, 2017
Korean Comic Book! - “My Korean Husband”
07:52

Our good friends, Nichola and Hugh from the My Korean Husband blog sat down with Hyunwoo to discuss their new book, which is a fun comic book with both Korean and English dialogues based on their blog. You can get a copy of your own on our store:

https://mykoreanstore.com/products/mykoreanhusband
Be sure to check out their blog! http://www.mykoreanhusband.com/

Jul 28, 2017
Must-Know Words In Korean - Types Of Rooms (방의 종류)
05:02

One door closes and another one opens. Learn the names of rooms in Korean and open the door toward fluency! Let’s follow JooYeon around the house as she explains the room names and what they mean.

What rooms do you have in your house?

If you enjoyed this video, please like and subscribe, and help us spread the word about our online lessons!

Jul 26, 2017
Korean Q&A - The “-음" and ”-ㅁ" Sentence Ending
07:20

Are we there yet? No? How about now? Are we there yet now?

 

Today, Hyunwoo answers these 4 wonderful questions:

- What’s the difference between 이제 and 지금?

- Can you use an exclamation mark with the phrase “감사합니다"?

- What is the -음 ending?

- How do you pluralize nouns in Korean?

 

For more Korean Q&A videos like this one, go to http://talktomeinkorean.com/qna/

감사합니다!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jul 23, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “You crossed the line."
01:01

How do you say “You crossed the line.” in Korean? Teacher Jooyeon will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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Our Hangeul books:
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Jul 21, 2017
New TTMIK Teacher!
06:57

My Coworker From Another Star…? Who is this strange person who just showed up in the office all of a sudden? It’s Cassie Casper, the newest member of the TTMIK team! You may have seen her in some of the TTMIK instagram posts already, but we’re here to finally introduce her to all of you. She will be in many of our videos from now on, so if you have any questions for her or suggestions for things you would like her to explain, let us know in the comments below!


If you’re curious about her, you can find more of her videos on her personal channel:

http://bit.ly/2vwE6IJ

Jul 18, 2017
Look Inside - Real-Life Korean Conversations For Beginners (초급 한국어 대화책)
05:27

Take a look inside our Korean speaking guide for beginners! It’s called “Real-Life Korean Conversations For Beginners” and after studying with it, you will be able to hold short but confident conversations in Korean.

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Want to start studying with this book right now? Order your copy here:
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See what our other books look like and which ones you’ll like:
http://talktomeinkorean.com/lookinside/

Jul 17, 2017
Korean Q&A - 니가 [ni-ga] vs. 네가 [ne-ga] - How are they different?
09:24

My mom said let’s eat the food you brought together! How do you say this in Korean? Learn the differences between my and our, ni-ga and ne-ga, and how to say “let’s” with Hyunwoo on today’s Q&A!


What’s the answer to the question above, you ask? “My mom said let’s eat the food you brought together” in Korean is…


우리 엄마가 네가 가져 온 음식을 같이 먹자고 했어! Did you guess it? If you enjoyed this video, and if you have suggestions for new videos, please let us know down in the comments! Happy studying~


Jul 17, 2017
Must-Know Words In Korean - Color Names (색깔)
08:18

Can you paint with all the colors of the wind? Maybe not, but after watching this video, you’ll be able to name them in Korean! With a voice like butter, Jooyeon will teach you some of the most basic color names in Korean, so sit back and relax while you study!

무슨 색이 제일 좋아요? What color do you like best?

If you enjoyed this video, and if you have suggestions for new videos, please let us know down in the comments! Happy studying~

Jul 14, 2017
Traditional Korean Percussion Music (사물놀이, Samulnori) - All That Gugak
05:50

How can you possibly express the feeling of rain through music? The traditional Korean Samulnori group, U-so will show you! Learn about one of Korea’s deep rooted cultural traditions while you study Korean with the subtitles on this video.


You can find the full performance from this video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1U4Qg-EEd0


If you enjoyed U-so’s performance, check out more of their work and subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/user/wavehsh

What did you think of Samulnori? Have you heard Gugak before? What traditional music does your country have?

If you enjoyed this video, and if you have suggestions for new videos, please let us know down in the comments! Happy studying~

Jul 11, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “I told you so."
01:28

How do you say “I told you so.” in Korean? Teacher Seokjin will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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Jul 02, 2017
TTMIK Company Sports Day At Starfield
16:09

Jumping and climbing and...Guns?! Oh My! The TTMIK teachers show off their competitive spirit as they work their way through the various activities available at Sports Monster at the biggest shopping mall in Korea, Starfield! Who will be the ultimate champion, the one to win bragging rights for all time?  

The vast array of activities available at Sports monster range from climbing, to trampoline games, and even to karaoke! Which one do you think looks most exciting? Which of the TTMIK teachers are you rooting for?

If you enjoyed this video, and if you have suggestions for new videos, please let us know down in the comments!
Happy studying~

Jul 01, 2017
Listening Practice In Slow Korean - Unique Coffee Shops (이색 카페) [한국어 초급 듣기]
06:50
From animal-themed coffee shops to cafes where you can make things, you can find a wide variety of coffee shops in Korea. Kyeong-eun will tell you about it, at a slow pace. You can also take our new video course with 6 stories in it and learn through detailed explanations! https://goo.gl/skQSU9 
 
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This video course is for beginner learners who want to improve their vocabulary and intermediate learners who want to improve their Korean listening/reading comprehension and understanding of complex sentence structures.
 
Inside the course, you will listen to 6 interesting stories that are told at a relatively slow pace, and then in each of the lesson videos that accompany the stories, all the sentences will be broken down and explained in detail.
 
▷▶︎ The topics for the stories ◀︎◁
Story 1: 김밥 - Gimbap (Picnic Food)
Story 2: 카페 - Cafe
Story 3: 학원 - Cram School
Story 4: 생일 - Birthday
Story 5: 배달 음식 - Delivery Food
Story 6: 유행 -Trends
 
The course contains 6 story videos in Korean (with Korean and English subtitles in closed captions), 6 lesson videos (about 30 minutes long each) and an e-book where you can read the complete set of transcripts and translations.
 
Take the course now here:
Jun 30, 2017
Listen & Repeat: The Korean Verbs Guide (audio + e-book)
09:13

How often do you listen to something in Korean and repeat it out loud? It is a very good way to practice speaking and to get yourself ready for your next real-life Korean-speaking situation. We know that a lot of our students like to listen to audio material while they are on the go, and we just finished working on our first “Listen & Repeat” course, based on our popular book, The Korean Verbs Guide.

Get the audio course here:
https://mykoreanstore.com/products/listenrepeat-verbs
 
How to use the audio course:
(It’s very simple. Just listen and repeat!)
Listen to each track and repeat everything out loud. You will be given a pause for each word and phrase. After hearing the English portion for each phrase, try saying the Korean translation before you hear the correct pronunciation by a native speaker. We recommend that you listen to everything at least twice over, so that you can say everything as comfortably and confidently as possible.

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Jun 30, 2017
Iyagi Season 2 Ep. 5 / 디저트 / Sweet Treats
09:07

Some people say that there are 2 stomachs, one for your meal and one for dessert. Which of the TTMIK teachers has a separate dessert stomach? Tune in to today’s episode of Iyagi Season 2 where Kyunghwa and Jooyeon discuss desserts and snacks, which desserts they like and which they don’t, and their experience with foreign desserts. Do you know all of the desserts they name? What are some common desserts in your country? Which sweet treat is your favorite?

Jun 30, 2017
How to Learn Korean For Free
06:26

How can I learn Korean for free? This is a common question especially among new learners, and the answer is not as difficult as you think! This is the whole foundation of why Talk To Me In Korean was created and we want to see you succeed! We understand many of you may be in tight financial situations or in difficult life stages that may make studying a new language very difficult. Don’t worry, We’ve got your back!

 

Jun 28, 2017
Biggest Shopping Mall In Korea - Starfield in Hanam
06:23

In today’s video the Ladies of TTMIK explore the biggest shopping mall in Korea, Starfield in Hanam! Come along with Joo-yeon, Kyeong-eun and Kyung-hwa as they walk around the different floors of this enormous shopping complex and comment on their surroundings while speaking Korean with natural conversational flow. Be sure to listen well!

This mall is huge and you can find everything from Korean fashion, western fashion, interior products, electronics, toys, and more! Can you believe there are even 2 Starbucks coffee shops inside the mall? Maybe by the time you make it to the 2nd one you will be so tired, you’ll need another pick-me-up? We can only guess.

Have you ever been to Starfield? Did you see the whole place in one day? Did you have a favorite shop? If you enjoyed this video, and if you have suggestions for new videos, please let us know down in the comments!
Happy studying~

Jun 27, 2017
Iyagi Season 2 Ep. 4 / 학창 시절 놀이 / Games of Our Youth
09:27

Listen to a natural conversation between two native Korean speakers about games they played as children.

How could the TTMIK teachers have used erasers and paper to play games? And what on Earth is a Bang-bang? You can find out by listening to today’s episode of Iyagi Season 2 where Kyunghwa and Seokjin share stories of the games and activities they enjoyed when they were young children. Do any of them sound familiar to you? Did you have similar games in your country? What are some different games that you played as a child?

Jun 26, 2017
Cultural Differences: Korea Vs. France
08:58

Today, Joo-yeon and Kyeong-eun meet with the TTMIK intern, Asya, to talk about the cultural differences between France and Korea. What differences has she noticed? She tells us interesting facts about France….but what do poop and kisses have to do with it?!

아시아 씨 한국말 잘 하죠? Asya speaks Korean well, doesn’t she? By following along with our videos and lessons, you can improve your Korean, too! Follow along and try to find some words or expressions you haven’t heard before.

Cultural differences are fun to talk about; what are some differences in Korean Culture and your country’s culture? What are some Korean culture points that surprised you? What are some unique customs or phrases from your home country?  Let us know in the comments :)

We love to hear from all of you listeners out there, so if you enjoyed this video, and if you have suggestions for new videos, please add that down in the comments, as well!
Happy studying~

Jun 23, 2017
Korean Q&A - Why Is ㅅ Pronounced as [ T ]?
05:15

Today we’re going to answer some questions we have received on twitter about your thoughts and worries. But wait a second…..who is that guy? What is he doing in our office? Oh, it’s just Billy from Go! Billy Korean. He’s going to answer your questions today, and boy does he do a good job! If you liked this video, be sure to check out his channel, Learn Korean with Go! Billy Korean: http://youtube.com/gobillykorean

Jun 21, 2017
Walk The Talk - 상암(Sang-Am) Digital Media City
06:50
TTMIK Summer Sale 2017 (June 20 - July 4) 
 
We want to show you around Seoul and many other parts of Korea more often through videos, so we tried out this new format for a video, with our good friend Alex Sigrist. 
 
Listen to Alex's radio show on TBS eFM: 
 
Follow Alex's adventures on his YouTube channel:
Jun 20, 2017
TTMIK Summer Sale 2017! (up to 30% off)
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💙 HOW TO GET A DISCOUNT DURING SUMMER SALE 🎈🎁 
Use the coupon code “2017summer” to get 10% off on anything!
Use the coupon code “2017summer20” to get 15% off on orders over $20.
 
Learn more about our summer sale here: 
 
Our video courses are 30% off! Use the coupon code “2017summer”!
 
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Do you want to know what our books look like on the inside? 

 

Jun 20, 2017
THANK YOU! (We will stop receiving donations.)
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We are extremely grateful for all the love and support we have received over the years. When we first started the site, our only focus was to just help people learn Korean; we didn’t have any products to sell or advertise. And as we started publishing more and more lessons, many people wanted to help us through donations. So instead of just taking donations, we decided to also offer some perks. 
 
But we’ve now reached a point where we are creating enough revenue through the sales of our various products and services that it doesn’t “feel right” to receive donations on top of making profits. Hence this video. 
 
Thank you very much everyone who has supported us through donations over the years, and also through spreading the word about what we do. You are truly awesome.
 
We will continue working hard! 정말 감사합니다!
Jun 16, 2017
Are You a “GGONDAE”? (and what is it?) - Trending (ep 4)
08:32
In today’s episode of Trending Topics In Korea, we talk in detail about what 꼰대(ggondae) is and a recent incident that occurred involving a certain Korean politician. The term 꼰대 generally refers to someone who is haughty and thinks that they are more important than other people, and they also have a big sense of entitlement. Traditionally, 꼰대 was usually older people, but these days people say that even some young people are like that, making themselves be called 젊은 꼰대 (young ggondae). 
 
GGONDAE SELF-CHECK
 
You are a GGONDAE if:
- When meeting someone new, checking their age comes first, and using informal language with anyone younger.
- You often tell stories of ”when I was your age…”
- You get offended at lower ranking co-workers who come in later than them.
- You look for the flaws in a lower ranking co-worker who is popular.
- You often talk about ties to high ranking officials, company executives, famous celebrities, etc.
- You are not annoyed by lower-ranking co-workers who don’t give you coffee or cigarettes automatically or don’t grill samgyeopsal at company dinners and eventually make you do things on your own.
- You tell lower ranking co-workers, who do a job in a new way, the “right” way to do the job.
- You tell people to freely express their opinion, but later you find yourself giving your answer first.
- You can call someone out on their clothes and greeting etiquettes, because it’s related to work.
- You can’t understand people who have to miss company outings or picnics because of personal circumstances.
Jun 15, 2017
Listening Practice In Slow Korean - Food Delivery (배달 음식) [한국어 초급 듣기]
03:38
How often do you order food delivery? A lot of countries have food delivery services, but it’s exceptionally convenient to order food on the phone or in an app in Korea. Kyeong-eun will tell you her story at a slow pace. You can also take our new video course with 6 stories in it and learn through detailed explanations! https://goo.gl/skQSU9 
 
📕 📗
This video course is for beginner learners who want to improve their vocabulary and intermediate learners who want to improve their Korean listening/reading comprehension and understanding of complex sentence structures.
 
Inside the course, you will listen to 6 interesting stories that are told at a relatively slow pace, and then in each of the lesson videos that accompany the stories, all the sentences will be broken down and explained in detail.
 
▷▶︎ The topics for the stories ◀︎◁
Story 1: 김밥 - Gimbap (Picnic Food)
Story 2: 카페 - Cafe
Story 3: 학원 - Cram School
Story 4: 생일 - Birthday
Story 5: 배달 음식 - Food Delivery
Story 6: 유행 -Trends
 
The course contains 6 story videos in Korean (with Korean and English subtitles in closed captions), 6 lesson videos (about 30 minutes long each) and an e-book where you can read the complete set of transcripts and translations.
 
Take the course now here:
Jun 13, 2017
Iyagi Season 2 Ep. 3 / 우주 여행 / Space Travel
07:06
If you could, would you travel to space right now? What if you could only go and can’t come back, would you still go to space or to a different planet just for the unique experience? In this episode of Iyagi Season 2, you can listen to two native speakers talking in Korean about space travel. 
 
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Jun 09, 2017
Korean Q&A - Pronunciation Difference Between ㅐ and ㅔ?
05:59
We answer these questions in today's Q&A video: 
- Why is -돌이 a nickname for guys and -순이 a nickname for girls?
- How are 녹화하다 and 촬영하다 different? 
- What is the difference between ㅐ and ㅔ in pronunciation? 
 
View all of the previous questions in one page:
 
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Thanks for watching and studying Korean with our lessons!
You can learn even more Korean on our website at http://talktomeinkorean.com 
and get our textbooks on our online bookstore at http://mykoreanstore.com
Jun 07, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “I have a bad sense of direction."
01:01

How do you say “I have a bad sense of direction.” in Korean? Teacher Kyung-hwa will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

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You can learn even more Korean on our website at http://talktomeinkorean.com
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Jun 05, 2017
Iyagi Season 2 Ep. 2 / 카페에서 일하는 것 / Working From a Cafe
11:27
Are you perhaps watching this from a coffee shop? Many people like to work or study from a cafe these days maybe because they find it easier to concentrate there or because they need the caffeine kick. In this episode of Iyagi Season 2, you can listen to two native speakers talking about working from a coffee shop. 
 
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Want to study further with this Iyagi episode? Get this e-book with full translations and vocabulary & grammar point lists!
Jun 02, 2017
How To Order Coffee In Korean - Must-Know Words In Korean
07:36
Order coffee or tea confidently in Korean at coffee shops! Are you ready to learn how to do that in Korean? Teacher Jooyeon introduces essential words and phrases that you need to know in order to place an order in Korean at a cafe. Even after learning with this lesson, the actual questions from baristas that you will hear in different cafes can be different, but your answers can be the same, so practice a lot!  
 
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Thanks for watching and studying Korean with our lessons!
You can learn even more Korean on our website at http://talktomeinkorean.com 
and get our textbooks on our online bookstore at http://mykoreanstore.com

 

Jun 01, 2017
Make Our Video Lessons Available in Your Language!
04:43
Click here to make awesome translations!!!! 
May 30, 2017
Meeting Our Students!
02:34

We had a blast meeting people who’d been using our online lessons and books at our recent meet-up at You Are Here Cafe’s new location and here’s a little snippet from the gathering. We also asked some of these awesome people how they were learning Korean.

The conclusion: most people who had come to the meet-up said that they started with our lessons and came to live in Korea and studied at a Korean language school. Perhaps we need to open our own school in Seoul? Who’s for that idea?

May 29, 2017
Look Inside - My First 500 Korean Words (초급자를 위한 한국어 단어장)
08:43

Take a look inside our vocabulary book for beginners! It’s called My First 500 Korean Words and it teaches you 10 words each day over the course 50 days. In addition to teaching you 10 words each day through a simple and easy-to-read story, we also give you a lot of useful additional related words and expressions in each chapter.

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Want to start studying with this book right now? Order your copy here:
https://goo.gl/afQygg

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See what our other books look like and which ones you’ll like:
http://talktomeinkorean.com/lookinside/

May 25, 2017
Listening Practice In Slow Korean - Private Institutes (학원) [한국어 초급 듣기]
06:21

Great news for all upper beginner and intermediate learners! We have a new video course for listening and reading: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/listeninginslowkorean

There are many different types of private institutes and cram schools in Korea, and there seem to be more and more new types springing up. Kyeong-eun will tell you her story at a slow pace. You can also take our new video course with 6 stories in it and learn through detailed explanations! https://goo.gl/skQSU9

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This video course is for beginner learners who want to improve their vocabulary and intermediate learners who want to improve their Korean listening/reading comprehension and understanding of complex sentence structures.

Inside the course, you will listen to 6 interesting stories that are told at a relatively slow pace, and then in each of the lesson videos that accompany the stories, all the sentences will be broken down and explained in detail.

▷▶︎ The topics for the stories ◀︎◁
Story 1: 김밥 - Gimbap (Picnic Food)
Story 2: 카페 - Cafe
Story 3: 학원 - Cram School
Story 4: 생일 - Birthday
Story 5: 배달 음식 - Delivery Food
Story 6: 유행 -Trends

The course contains 6 story videos in Korean (with Korean and English subtitles in closed captions), 6 lesson videos (about 30 minutes long each) and an e-book where you can read the complete set of transcripts and translations.

Take the course now here:
https://goo.gl/skQSU9

May 24, 2017
New Video Course! - Listening Practice In Slow Korean (Great for Upper-Beginners)
04:20

Great news for all upper beginner and intermediate learners! We have a new video course for listening and reading: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/listeninginslowkorean
📕 📗
This video course is for beginner learners who want to improve their vocabulary and intermediate learners who want to improve their Korean listening/reading comprehension and understanding of complex sentence structures.

Inside the course, you will listen to 6 interesting stories that are told at a relatively slow pace, and then in each of the lesson videos that accompany the stories, all the sentences will be broken down and explained in detail.

▷▶︎ The topics for the stories ◀︎◁
Story 1: 김밥 - Gimbap (Picnic Food)
Story 2: 카페 - Cafe
Story 3: 학원 - Cram School
Story 4: 생일 - Birthday
Story 5: 배달 음식 - Delivery Food
Story 6: 유행 -Trends

The course contains 6 story videos in Korean (with Korean and English subtitles in closed captions), 6 lesson videos (about 30 minutes long each) and an e-book where you can read the complete set of transcripts and translations.

May 23, 2017
Trying French Desserts at You Are Here Cafe (New Location!)
08:37

If you remember from a few years ago, we announced the opening of the original "You Are Here Cafe" many years ago with our friends Simon and Martina (who are currently living in Japan), but now, the partnership has changed a lot and the coffee shop is now completely independently owned by our partner company (we’re not involved in the operation of the coffee shop in any way), and that’s actually great because they know how to run a good coffee shop and we know how to teach languages but not much about running a cafe. It’s now run by a company that sells Fair Trade products in Korea and all their desserts and drinks are freshly made in the house every day.

☕️ Location
The new location is inside the newly opened Pureugio (푸르지오) shopping mall where the new 교보문고 (Kyobo Bookstore) is at 합정역 (Hapjeong Station). You can see how to get there in this video!

☕️ Make sure you also check out their Instagram!   
http://instagram.com/youareherecafe

☕️ Language exchange meet-ups
They have regular language exchange meet-ups taking place every Monday and Friday at 7 p.m. so if you want to make friends and practice speaking in the language you are learning, simply go there and join the group!

May 17, 2017
One-Minute Korean: “No Offense."
01:01

How do you say “No offense.” in Korean? Teacher Hyunwoo will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video. You can watch more one-minute lessons here: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

May 15, 2017
Korean Book Recommendation - Wide and Shallow Knowledge For Intelligent Conversations (지대넓얕) - 책 추천
04:57

This is Kyung-hwa's third book recommendation. Today, she will introduce to you a book that will be great for people who want to read a book and also listen to a podcast that's related to the book. This is one of the most popular books in Korea in recent years and definitely a fun read! You can see all of her book recommendations in this category on our website: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/recommendedbooks/

May 12, 2017
One-Stop Guide to Korean Particles - 은/는/이/가 (Subject & Topic Markers)
17:28

If you're one of the millions of Korean learners who have struggled to understand exactly how the Korean particles 은, 는, 이 and 가 work, this will be a great one-stop guide for you! People who learn Korean as their mother tongue can distinguish their specific roles and various usages at a very young age, but for learners who study Korean as a foreign language, these topic/subject markers can be a bit tricky to understand.

Here's the gist of this video:
- 은 and 는 are "topic markers" and show you what the topic of the sentence is.
- 이 and 가 are "subject markers" and show you the direct subject of the verb that is being used in the sentence.
- 은/는 also shows contrast and change of scene/narrative.
- In compound sentences, such as "The movie I watched was fun.", you can see 은/는 and 이/가 being used together.

But for a better understanding, we recommend that you watch the full video (more than once if necessary) and pay close attention to the detailed examples.

You might also find our AUDIO LESSON (accompanied by a free PDF e-book) very useful:
http://talktomeinkorean.com/lessons/l1l9/

May 10, 2017
Korean Q&A - How to say “Talk To Me In Korean” in Korean?
07:12
We answer these questions in today's Q&A video: 
- How do you say “Talk To Me In Korean” in Korean? 
- What does 샤샥 mean? 
- What does 착각하지 마 mean? 
- How do you say “When do you feel happy?"
 
View all of the previous questions in one page:
May 06, 2017
One-Minute Korean: "Get Over It."
01:01

Learn how to say "Get over it." in Korean through this short one-minute lesson with teacher Seokjin! You can also read the text for the sentences introduced in this video on our website at: http://talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/one-minute/

May 04, 2017
Trending Topics In Korea - Episode 3 - Sexual Harassment Or Not?
07:53

We sat down to discuss some current trending topics that a lot of Korean people are talking about these days while having lunch. If there’s any current issue that you’d like to hear our opinions and thoughts about, please let us know in the comments! This video has been subtitled in both Korean and English for your learning convenience! 

Apr 28, 2017
My First 500 Korean Words (New Vocabulary Book) - Pre-order Now!
11:23

Pre-order your signed copy and get a limited-edition TTMIK postcard: https://mykoreanstore.com/products/first500words

This vocabulary book is perfect for beginner learners of the Korean language. It will introduce 500 of the most commonly used Korean words, but instead of just giving you a boring and arbitrary list of words, we have compiled them in groups so that we can give you more context for the words you will learn.

50 days x 10 words each day = 500 words

But that's not it. Each word is accompanied by many related words and expressions, so in the end you will be learning thousands of useful Korean expressions, in context. The book is expected to be officially published on May 15 and will be shipped out to you as soon as it becomes available, before we ship out regular orders.

Apr 25, 2017
Meet-Up Announcement! (May 12, 2017)
01:37
Hey! Long time no meet-up! We haven’t had a proper meet-up in a while because we’ve been so busy, so we are very excited for this one! We will have a meet-up at 7 pm, on May 12 (Friday), 2017 at the new location of You Are Here Cafe. The new location is INSIDE the new Hapjeong Delight Square where the new Kyobo Bookstore just opened up. 
 
- May 12, 2017
- 7 p.m. 
- You Are Here Cafe (new location!) at Hapjeong Station (합정역) 
- The cafe is inside the indoor shopping mall that’s connected to the subway station. 
 
We don’t have ownership of You Are Here Cafe and we don’t make any profit out of the general sales at You Are Here Cafe : ) The cafe is now fully independently operated by our partner company, and we will only be providing them with our books so you can purchase them there and have occasional meet-ups at the venue. It’s a great place with lots of good desserts and beverages, so we hope you enjoy stopping by the place when you go to Kyobo Bookstore in Hapjeong or hang out in the Hongdae/Hapjeong area! 
Apr 24, 2017
Listening Practice In Slow Korean - Birthday Food (생일에 먹는 음식!) [한국어 초급 듣기]
03:30

Improve your Korean listening skills with stories that are told to you a bit slowly! In this video, teacher Kyeong-eun talks about something that everyone in Korea eats on their birthday - 미역국(seaweed soup)!

Apr 21, 2017
Our Favorite Lines from BLONOTE by Tablo (타블로 블로노트)
01:45

Blonote by Tablo is available on our online store through official collaboration with the book’s publisher: https://mykoreanstore.com/products/blonote

And even if you already have Blonote, you can still get our vocab e-book for free from the product page!

Read more about the book and get your copy here: https://mykoreanstore.com/products/blonote

Apr 20, 2017
One-Minute Korean: I'm between jobs. [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:01

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

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

Apr 18, 2017
Employees Do Boss’s Makeup - K-Pop Idol Edition (Terrible Idea…)
14:15

To celebrate the fact that we have possibly the BEST and NICEST boss in the world, we asked him if we could hurt his ego by doing K-Pop idol makeup on his gracious and beautiful face. Being the most philanthropic person on the team, Hyunwoo kindly accepted the challenge, thinking that it would be a few gentle brushstrokes on his cheeks. Hope you enjoy!!

 

Written by Hyunwoo Sun

Apr 16, 2017
Trending Topics In Korea - Episode 2 - Fine Dust & Racism
13:57

We sat down to discuss some current trending topics that a lot of Korean people are talking about these days while having lunch. If there’s any current issue that you’d like to hear our opinions and thoughts about, please let us know in the comments! This video has been subtitled in both Korean and English for your learning convenience! 

Apr 14, 2017
Common Sentence Endings In Korean
16:47

In this video lesson, teacher Hyunwoo introduces some sentence endings that you can commonly see Korean people use in day-to-day conversations and explains the meaning in each of them.

The sentence endings introduced in this video lesson are:
-요
-ㅂ니다
-(으/느)ㄴ 것 같아요
-(으)ㄹ 수도 있어요
-죠 or -지요
-(으/느)ㄴ데요
-네요
-세요

Apr 12, 2017
Must-Know Words In Korean about Types Of Friends (친구 유형)
07:25

We all have various kinds of friends around us, and sometimes we attach certain adjectives to our friends. While it may not be the best thing to do to “label” and categorize people, but it will be a fun exercise and learning experience to go through some words that you can use to describe people and their characteristics! 

Apr 10, 2017
Trending Topics In Korea - Episode 1 - Sponge Cake Controversy
09:22

We sat down to discuss some current trending topics that a lot of Korean people are talking about these days while having lunch. If there’s any current issue that you’d like to hear our opinions and thoughts about, please let us know in the comments! This video has been subtitled in both Korean and English for your learning convenience!

Apr 07, 2017
Listening Practice In Slow Korean - Kimbap: Picnic Food (소풍 가면 먹는 음식: 김밥) [한국어 초급 듣기]
03:41

Improve your Korean listening skills with stories that are told to you a bit slowly! In this video, teacher Kyeong-eun talks about one of the most common picnic foods in Korea - Gimbap (김밥)!

Apr 04, 2017
K-Pop Song Recommendation - Cute & Adorable
04:55
In today’s video, teacher Seokjin introduces three (rather) old K-Pop songs that were popular back in the day and are still very good to listen to.
 
  1. 내 얘길 들어 봐 by Papaya
  2. 내 남자친구에게 by 핑클 
  3. 엄마야 by 신승훈 

 

Apr 02, 2017
One-Minute Korean: I'm looking forward to it. [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:01

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

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

Mar 31, 2017
Ask TTMIK Teachers - How Did We All Meet?
17:40

Many people might not know the history of the Talk To Me In Korean members getting together, so we filmed this video to kind of reminisce about the early days of TTMIK. If you guys like this, we will also cover some more “Ask TTMIK Teachers” episodes in the future

Mar 28, 2017
Embarrassing Moment ft. Shiny (샤이니의 당황스러운 경험) - TTMIK Story Time
03:11
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: 
Mar 22, 2017
Korean Comic Book (Webtoon) Recommendation - Penguin Loves Mev
06:24
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. 
 
Mar 20, 2017
48 Korean Words - How Many Of These Do You Know?
03:53
Mar 19, 2017
One-Minute Korean: No onions, please. [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:01

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


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

Mar 17, 2017
Korean Q&A - How To Pronounce "않"
09:13
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:
Mar 17, 2017
Blonote (written by Tablo from Epik High) + Audio CD + Vocab E-book!
03:59

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

Mar 14, 2017
One-Minute Korean: Let's eat out tonight. [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:01

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

Mar 11, 2017
On The Subway With a Sleepy Baby (졸린 아기를 데리고 지하철을 탔다가…) - TTMIK Story Time
03:36

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.

Mar 09, 2017
Korean Age Explained (Again)
04:59

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

Mar 07, 2017
Korean Fairy Tale Challenge with Christian & Przemysław (크리스티안과 프셰므는 한국 전래 동화를 얼마나 알고 있을까?)
10:36

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

Mar 04, 2017
One-Minute Korean: Leave me alone. [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:01

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

Mar 02, 2017
How to talk to your Korean in-laws (titles and politeness levels)
09:03

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.

Feb 28, 2017
Popular Korean Hashtags and Their Meanings - Must-Know Words In Korean
05:31
Get up to 15% off on all of our textbooks and e-books! (20 Feb - 28 Feb, 2017) 
 
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.
Feb 25, 2017
TTMIK Spring Sale 2017 - Get 15% Off On Our Textbooks & E-books!
01:17
Get up to 15% off on all of our textbooks and e-books! (20 Feb - 28 Feb, 2017) 

 

Feb 20, 2017
One-Minute Korean: It's none of your business. [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:01

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

Feb 18, 2017
Why I Don’t Like Driving (운전하는 게 싫어요!) - TTMIK Story Time
03:05

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! 

Feb 14, 2017
Bilingual Culture Chat - Valentine’s Day In Korea (한국과 영국의 밸런타인데이는 어떻게 다를까요?)
06:03

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.

Feb 11, 2017
Engrish In Korea - Why So Much (Incorrect) English on Korean Signs?
05:48

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.

Feb 08, 2017
30 Fun & Useful Korean Phrases (Compilation of 30 one-minute TTMIK lessons)
24:11

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

Feb 05, 2017
Korean Book Recommendation: 완득이 (Punch) / Young-Adult Book
02:48

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.

Feb 02, 2017
One-Minute Korean: I don't think so. [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:01

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

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Jan 31, 2017
What Koreans Eat On Lunar New Year's Day (떡국: Rice-cake Soup)
10:32

You might already know that Korean people eat a bowl of rice-cake soup (떡국) in the morning of Lunar New Year's Day and it symbolizes getting one year older. But what does a bowl of rice-cake soup actually look like? How do you make it? Here is our attempt to try it as well as show you how it's made.

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사골 곰탕 만두 떡국

Ox-bone broth rice-cake soup with dumplings

 

재료: 떡국 떡, 사골 국물, 만두, 대파, 계란, 소금, 후추, 김

Ingredients: thin-sliced rice cakes, ox-bone broth, dumplings, green onions, eggs, salt, pepper, seaweed(laver)

 

  1. 떡국 떡을 물에 30분 정도 불려 놓는다.
  2. 팔팔 끓는 사골 곰탕에 만두와 떡국 떡을 넣어 준다.
  3. 떡이 충분히 익으면 소금과 후추로 간을 맞춘다.
  4. 대파를 어슷 썰어 넣는다.
  5. 계란으로 지단을 만들고 얇게 썬다.
  6. 지단과 김, 고추와 같은 고명으로 마무리한다.

 

  1. Let rice cake slices sit in cold water for 30 minutes
  2. Bring ox-bone broth to a boil and add dumplings and rice cake slices
  3. After the rice cake slices are fully cooked, add salt and pepper to adjust the taste
  4. Slice the green onions diagonally
  5. Make thin slices of fried eggs
  6. Finish up by adding decorations using fried egg slices, seaweed and pepper

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멸치 떡국

Anchovy broth rice-cake soup

 

재료: 떡국 떡, 멸치, 다시마, 대파, 국간장, 소금, 후추, 계란, 김

Ingredients: thin-sliced rice cakes, anchovies, kelp, soup soy sauce, salt, pepper, eggs, laver

 

  1. 떡국 떡을 찬물에 30분 정도 불려 놓는다.
  2. 멸치와 다시마를 물에 넣고 끓인다.
  3. 끓기 시작하면 다시마를 건지고 약한 불로 15분 정도 더 끓인다.
  4. 떡국 떡을 넣어 끓인다.
  5. 떡이 다 익으면 대파를 어슷 썰어 넣고 국간장과 소금, 후추로 간을 맞춘다.
  6. 계란을 풀어 넣고 살살 저어 준다.
  7. 계란, 김, 고추와 같은 고명으로 마무리한다.

 

  1. Let rice cake slices sit in cold water for 30 minutes
  2. Boil water with anchovies and kelp in it
  3. When it starts to boil, remove the kelp and boil for 15 more minutes over a low heat
  4. Add rice-cake slices and bring to a full boil
  5. Once the rice-cakes are cooked, slice green onions diagonally and season it with soy sauce, salt and pepper
  6. Add an egg and stir the soup
  7. Finish up by adding decorations using fried egg slices, seaweed and pepper





Jan 29, 2017
Royal Hanbok - What Korean Kings and Queens Used to Wear (왕과 왕비가 입었던 한복)
09:26

Hanbok(한복) is traditional clothing in Korea, the colorful clothes that you can see Korean people wearing on traditional holidays or during wedding ceremonies. We went to the N Seoul Tower Hanbok Culture Experience Center to try out some royal palace style Hanbok!

Jan 27, 2017
Why Do Korean Babies Say "I" in the Third Person?
06:22

Many people have asked us why Korean babies refer to themselves in the third person when they want to say "I" and here are 3 reasons that we think they do it, more commonly than toddlers in other countries. 한국의 아기들은 "나"라는 말을 하는 대신에 자신의 이름을 써서 3인칭으로 이야기를 할 때가 많죠. 왜일까요? 그 이유에 대해서 설명합니다. 

Jan 25, 2017
Polish Language Challenge with Przemysław (프셰므와 함께 한 폴란드어 챌린지)
08:07

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Jan 25, 2017
One-Minute Korean: I've changed my mind. [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:01

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Jan 20, 2017
Korean Sentence Relay - Will This Story Make Sense? 한국어로 문장 이어가기!
08:08

샤이니(Shiny) is a well-known English teacher in Korea who recently started her own YouTube channel ( https://goo.gl/6rcR8p ). She joined us in a fun little challenge of sentence relay. Hyunwoo, Shiny and Jooyeon will take turns to pick one Korean word and then form a sentence, AND make the flow of the story make some sense.

Jan 18, 2017
Playtime with My Daughter - Reading Together (2 years 10 months) - 아이와 함께 책 읽기
07:56

민송(Minsong) is teacher 경은(Kyeong-eun)’s daughter, who is about 2 years and 10 months old. She is making a lot of progress in learning to speak her mother tongue(Korean), so we will share some mother-daughter moments with you through videos.

Jan 13, 2017
Do This One Thing to Keep Improving Your Korean
07:32

You can't really say one single method is better than all the other learning & practice methods, but if we were to pick just one way to continue improving your Korean, we would pick "writing in your journal in Korean every day."

Only diaries?
Of course this can be done not only in a journal but also on social media or in video format (e.g. on YouTube). The basic idea is that as long as you keep doing this regularly (ideally every day), you will quickly and naturally find words and grammar points that you do not know yet, and since journal entries are about your day-to-day life, you will become more curious to know these things than when you study with sample phrases in a book.

How do you start?
Just start by simply writing down whatever you can think of in Korean. Single-word entries are fine too. Gradually you will feel the want and need to form longer and more complete sentences as you spend more time thinking about things you want to say in Korean. It's quite simple.

What if I don't know a certain word or a grammar point?
You can easily look up words in online dictionaries (we recommend http://endic.naver.com ) and also look up grammar points and sentence patterns in our curriculum page ( http://talktomeinkorean.com/curriculum ).

Give it a try and you will love finding what you don't know and also the experience of being able to write things you couldn't before!

Jan 12, 2017
TTMIK Book Giveaway (21 Textbooks!!) + Ask TTMIK Teachers
12:12

We answer some questions we received from you guys about the team! 💕 We are also doing a giveaway for our textbooks so please read the following for more information! 👇🏻👇🏻

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That's it! We will select two lucky winners to receive a full package of 21 TTMIK textbooks.

Jan 10, 2017
Embarrassing Moment In The Subway (지하철에서 있었던 당황스러운 일
01:52

Survival Korean: https://goo.gl/UKYSnY
Korean Phrasebook For Travelers: https://goo.gl/5HX3ka

Jan 06, 2017
How are they different? - Korean Phrasebook For Travelers vs. Survival Korean (TTMIK Textbooks)
01:53

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Korean Phrasebook For Travelers: https://goo.gl/5HX3ka

Jan 04, 2017
New Year’s Day in Korea vs. the UK (한국과 영국의 새해 첫날 문화 비교!) - TTMIK Culture Chat
07:27

How do you celebrate New Year’s Day in your country? Let’s find out how things are different in Korea and the UK. 한국과 영국에서는 새해를 각각 어떻게 기념할까요? 고탱과 에밀과 함께 이야기 나눠 봤습니다.

Dec 30, 2016
Look Inside - Korean Phrasebook For Travelers (한국어 몰라도 한국 여행 갈 수 있다!)
05:43

Our newest textbook is for travelers who are planning a trip to Korea but don't have a lot of time to study Korean. You can get your copy at http://mykoreanstore.com

Dec 28, 2016
Funny Conversation With My Baby Son (세살 아들과의 재미있는 대화)
02:42

In today's Story Time episode, teacher Hyunwoo(현우) tells you a funny interaction that he had with his 2.5-year-old son. The video is subtitled in both Korean and English for your learning!

Dec 27, 2016
How Is Christmas Different Between Korea vs. USA? (TTMIK Culture Chat)
06:24

How do you normally celebrate Christmas? We tried comparing the Christmas culture in Korea and USA. 한국과 미국의 크리스마스 문화에는 어떤 차이가 있을까요?

Dec 23, 2016
News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 6
03:36

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.

Dec 21, 2016
Korean Buzzwords: [ㅇㅇ]앓이 & 기승전[ㅇㅇ] (Sick For Someone? Story’s Conclusion?)
08:14

Watch more videos in this series on our website:
http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/buzzwords/

In this video, Hyunwoo and Jaemin discuss the expressions [ㅇㅇ]앓이 and 기승전[ㅇㅇ]. 앓이 is literally translated to “being sick” or “being sore” and it is usually used to describe your feelings for someone that you really like, usually a celebrity. 기승전[ㅇㅇ] originates from the original expression 기승전결, which menas “introduction, development, turn, and conclusion,” used to talk about the development of a story. So if someone keeps talking about something no matter what the topic of the conversation was, you can say 기승전 and add whatever the topic is after it. 

Dec 16, 2016
How I Learned Korean - Theresa (Jamaica) & Justine (France)

Previous interview (with Min-gyu from the USA)
https://youtu.be/HATjclY_Mq4

Theresa from Jamaica and Justine from France share how they learned to speak Korean fluently. 자메이카에서 온 테레사 씨와 프랑스에서 온 저스틴 씨가 그동안 한국어를 어떻게 공부했고, 어떤 방법을 이용해서 실력을 키웠는지에 대해서 주연 선생님과 이야기를 나누었어요.

Dec 14, 2016
How I Learned Korean - Theresa (Jamaica) & Justine (France)
06:05

Previous interview (with Min-gyu from the USA)


https://youtu.be/HATjclY_Mq4

 



Theresa from Jamaica and Justine from France share how they learned to speak Korean fluently.

 

자메이카에서 온 테레사 씨와 프랑스에서 온 저스틴 씨가 그동안 한국어를 어떻게 공부했고, 어떤 방법을 이용해서 실력을 키웠는지에 대해서 주연 선생님과 이야기를 나누었어요.

Dec 14, 2016
How Being 30 Years Old Changed Me (서른이 되어서 달라진 점들)
03:57

Kyung-hwa says that she experienced quite a few changes this year when she turned 30 years old. 

Dec 12, 2016
Korean Buzzwords: 아재파탈 & 성지순례 (Ajeossi Fatale? Pilgrimage?)
07:17

In this video, Hyunwoo and Jaemin discuss the expressions 아재파탈 and 성지순례. 아재 is a friendly term that refers to 아저씨 (married middle-aged man), and 파탈 comes from the French expression "fatale." So 아재파탈 refers to a man in his middle age who is very (even fatally) attractive. 성지순례 originally means "pilgrimage" but on the Internet, people use 성지순례 to describe the visit to a blog post or a social media post that correctly predicted the future. 

Dec 09, 2016
One-Minute Korean: I am stuck in traffic.
01:00

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Dec 08, 2016
Spanish Language Challenge with Christian Burgos
16:04

Here is another fun language challenge! This time it’s a Spanish Language Challenge!

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Dec 07, 2016
Last Day Of Winter Sale 2016
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We are having a winter sale! Get 15% off all of our books and e-books (until December 8).
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Dec 07, 2016
Downsides of the Oppa, Eonni culture in Korea
07:31

There are many upsides to the Oppa, Eonni, Hyeong, Nuna culture in Korea, but of course there are also downsides. Hyunwoo mentions a couple of them. What do you think? 

Dec 05, 2016
One-Minute Korean: Tell me about it.
01:17

We are having a winter sale! Get 15% off all of our books and e-books (until December 8).
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** Sale period: November 25, 2016 - December 8, 2016

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

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Read the phrases introduced through this video in text format:
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Our online bookstore
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Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

Dec 04, 2016
Must-Know Words In Korean - Dry-cleaning (드라이클리닝)
04:31

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Jooyeon introduces some essential Korean words and expressions regarding dry-cleaning.




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Dec 03, 2016
Korean Conversation Using iPhone Word Suggestions?
04:56

Will it be possible to have a conversation that makes sense in Korean, using the iPhone QuickType word suggestions? 경은 and 주연 gave it a try!

Dec 02, 2016
Korean Q&A – Understanding, Honorifics, Shall We? & Want To
05:26

Watch more Korean Q&A videos in this series:
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Dec 01, 2016
Let's Eat Together: Pizzas In Korea (새로운 피자 시도해 보기)
10:58

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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?

Nov 29, 2016
Confusing Double Consonant Sounds In Korean
14:04

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** Sale period: November 25, 2016 - December 8, 2016

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.

Nov 28, 2016
News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 5
03:33

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.

Nov 27, 2016
Get 15% Off Talk To Me In Korean Books & E-books (Winter Sale)
01:55

More information about the sale and coupon codes for our online bookstore to save up to 15%:
>> december20 (10% off for orders over $20)
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(The box for putting in the coupon code will be on the checkout page, right before you pay.)

Our online bookstore >> http://mykoreanstore.com  
>> Sale period: November 25, 2016 - December 8, 2016

All of our published textbooks
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All of our e-books and audiobooks
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Nov 25, 2016
Iyagi Season 2 Begins (이야기 시즌 2가 시작되었어요)
02:34

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

Iyagi Season Two (on-going)
http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/iyagi-s2/

Nov 24, 2016
Almost Missing Adele’s Concert (아델 콘서트에 못 갈 뻔했던 이야기) ㅡ Story Time
06:56

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.

Nov 23, 2016
News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 4
03:06

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.

Nov 21, 2016
Common Pronunciation Mistakes By Native Korean Speakers
03:41

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/

Nov 17, 2016
Korean Words Comparison - 젊다 vs 어리다 (young)
02:34

* K-Word Showdown (E-book) : https://goo.gl/SNha0T
Study with more pairs of similar words like this through our e-book and audio program!

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.

Nov 17, 2016
Korean Buzzwords: 비주얼 깡패 & 중2병 (Visual Gangster? Middle School Disease?)
07:11

Watch more videos in this series on our website:
http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/buzzwords/

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.

Nov 15, 2016
My Favorite K-Drama Lines - 구르미 그린 달빛 (Moonlight Drawn By Clouds)
05:01

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

Nov 13, 2016
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Nov 11, 2016
Korean Q&A – Being Late, Dirt, Land & Good Post
06:48

Watch more Korean Q&A videos in this series:
http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/category/lessons/koreanqna/

Ask us questions on Twitter:
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Nov 11, 2016
Iyagi Season 2 Ep. 1 / 학창 시절 별명 / Nicknames From School Days
10:16
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  
Nov 11, 2016
One-Minute Korean: That makes sense.
01:01

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

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Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4onea

Nov 09, 2016
News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 3
04:11

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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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

Nov 07, 2016
Korean Words Comparison - 우와 vs 와 (Wow)
03:27

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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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one 

Nov 05, 2016
Korean Buzzwords: 만찢남, 만찢녀 & 개취 (Comic Books and Tastes?)
06:47

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 

Nov 03, 2016
Introducing Situational Dialogues In Korean (E-book)
42

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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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one 

Nov 02, 2016
How I Studied Korean - Min-gyu(권민규) from the USA
06:54

Karl, or in his Korean name, 권민규, started learning Korean with Talk To Me In Korean back in 2014. After about 2 years of self-studying and 9 months of studying abroad in Seoul, he is very fluent in Korean now. So we sat down with him to ask him some questions about how he studied. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA

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

Nov 01, 2016
News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 2
03:39

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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Oct 30, 2016
Korean Q&A – In Love, Older Brother’s Wife, Sitting, Ride
08:33

We answer some questions that we received on Twitter. We always try to answer everybody's question on Twitter, so please follow us there too :) http://twitter.com/ttmik

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* TTMIK Teachers on Instagram and get to know them better!
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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

Oct 28, 2016
TTMIK Level 10 Lesson 2 – -(으)러 가다/오다 (to go/come to do something)
12:05

In this lesson, you can learn the grammar structures -(으)러 가다 and -(으)러 오다. They are basically used to express the purpose of your visit to a certain place, but the meaning of purpose is slightly weaker than that of -기 위해서. Learn with various sample sentences and make sure you make your own sentences using one of these structures!

Oct 26, 2016
One-Minute Korean: Help yourself.
01:01

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

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Read the phrases introduced through this video in text format:
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* 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

Oct 26, 2016
Korean Buzzwords: 금수저 & 흙수저 (Gold Spoon & Dirt Spoon?)
06:18

With the new season starting at Catch The Wave, we decided to change up the format of the segment where Hyunwoo joins the new host, Jaemin Park. So in the new season, we will introduce a couple of Korean buzzwords each week! For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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

 

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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  

Oct 24, 2016
Baby’s Thumbsucking Habits (손가락을 빠는 아이의 습관) (Korean + English subtitles) ㅡ Story Time
05:54

In today's Story Time episode, teacher Kyeong-eun(경은) tells you a story about her daughter’s thumbsucking habits and how she has been making efforts to stop her from doing that. The video is subtitled in both Korean and English for your learning! For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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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  

Oct 22, 2016
News Keywords in Korea (한국의 핫이슈 키워드) Ep. 1
03:17

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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Oct 20, 2016
Korean Q&A – Dessert, Loneliness, Difference & Big Nose?
06:33

We answer some questions that we received on Twitter. We always try to answer everybody's question on Twitter, so please follow us there too :) http://twitter.com/ttmik 

 

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Oct 18, 2016
Must-Know Words In Korean – Washing Clothes (빨래하기)
03:50

In this series, we introduce fun expressions that you can see written here and there in Korea. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA

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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one 

Oct 14, 2016
Korean Through Photos - Walking Your Dog By Han River
06:25

In this series, we introduce fun expressions that you can see written here and there in Korea. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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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  

Oct 12, 2016
TTMIK Level 10 Lesson 1 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 얼굴 (face)
21:04

In this Advanced Idiomatic Expressions lesson, we introduce 13 phrases that are related to 얼굴 (face) that you can use when you want to say “I’ll just go and say hi,” “It’s written all over your face,” or “You look familiar,” and so on. The sentences in this series do not have word-by-word breakdown, but they do have an English translation. You can memorize these sentences and/or break them down on your own to review vocabulary and sentence structures. However you choose to study, make sure you come back and study with us every day! Have fun!

Oct 10, 2016
Embarrassing Experience About Alcohol (술이 갑자기 깼던 재미있는 경험) (Korean + English subtitles) ㅡ Story Time
02:19

In today's Story Time episode, teacher Seokjin tells you a story of a time when he had a little bit of drink and sobered up in a very interesting way. The video is subtitled in both Korean and English for your learning! For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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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  

Oct 08, 2016
Good-bye Adrien! (Last show with Adrien on Catch The Wave / Arirang Radio)
02:12

Adrien Lee, the host of Catch The Wave on Arirang Radio, is going to take a break and moving on to some other exciting adventures : ) This is the last show that Adrien and Hyunwoo did together this week after working together on the show for past 5 years.

 

As for the word comparisons series, we will still continue to make videos in the series, but in a different format, so please stay tuned! And Hyunwoo will continue to be a weekly guest on Catch The Wave with a new host :) You can tune in every Wednesday for Hyunwoo's segment at http://arirangradio.com/catchthewave

 

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

 

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Our online bookstore

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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

Oct 06, 2016
One-Minute Korean: I will see you in a bit.
01:01

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/qq7L10

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
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* 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

Oct 04, 2016
How to Answer Tricky “YES or NO" Questions In Korean
03:43

Have you ever wondered why Korean speakers say 네(= yes) when they are supposed to say “No”? It can be tricky for beginner learners because the logic behind answering negative questions can be a bit different between in Korean and in English. Our former intern Yeni from England and teacher Hyunwoo will explain how to understand the difference. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

Listen to the audio grammar lesson about Yes and No: http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/lessons/level-1-lesson-2/ 

 

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

 

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* 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  

Oct 01, 2016
Korean Q&A – Seeing a Doctor, Korean Friends & Saying Hi
06:21

We answer some questions that we received on Twitter. We always try to answer everybody's question on Twitter, so please follow us there too :) http://twitter.com/ttmik 

 

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

 

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Our online bookstore

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Follow us on Snapchat

Hyunwoo: hyunwoosun

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Sep 29, 2016
Fun Korean Word - 브라운관 (Brown Tube?)
01:39

Can you guess what 브라운관 means? It’s a fun word that used to be used much more commonly in the past, but it’s definitely still used from time to time. Teacher Hyunwoo will explain it to you in Korean (with Korean & English subs). For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

여러분 “브라운관”이 무슨 뜻일까요? 이 재미있는 표현이 무슨 뜻이고, 어떻게 쓰이는지에 대해서 현우 선생님의 설명을 들어 보세요! 

 

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Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  

Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  

Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one  

Sep 27, 2016
Staying In Seoul For Chuseok (Yeni's Story) 서울에서 추석 보내기
09:46

A lot of the Seoul population is actually "from" Seoul and they don't have to travel anywhere for the national traditional holiday of Chuseok, but millions of people still travel out of Seoul to visit their respective hometowns or that of their spouse's. If you are not from Korea and happen to be in Seoul for Chuseok, your experience might be a little bit different from that of the people who do travel. 

 

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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  

Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  

Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  

Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one  

Sep 24, 2016
Private Boarding House (하숙집) (Korean + English subtitles) ㅡ Story Time
03:48

In today's Story Time episode, teacher Hyunwoo tells you a story of a 하숙집 (private boarding house) that he used to live in. Many university students in Korea live in a 하숙집 if they go to school away from their parents' place. The video is subtitled in both Korean and English for your learning! For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  

Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  

Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  

Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one  

Sep 21, 2016
[Korean Words Comparison] 식구, 가족 / 실수, 잘못
05:57

Here’s a snippet of Hyunwoo’s weekly appearance on Arirang Radio’s Catch The Wave (hosted by Adrien Lee), where he introduces the subtle differences between some Korean words that can be translated to the same English word.

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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

Sep 20, 2016
One-Minute Korean: Long Time No See.
01:01

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

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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

Sep 16, 2016
Popular Hangover Remedies In Korea (한국에서 인기 있는 숙취 해소 방법)
03:59

When you have a splitting headache and are not feeling so well because of a bad hangover, what do you do to relieve your hangover? Teachers 경은 and 주연 discuss what their favorite hangover remedies are! For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

여러분은 숙취(hangover)가 있을 때 어떻게 숙취를 해소하시나요? 경은 선생님과 주연 선생님이 개인적으로 좋아하는 숙취 해소 방법에 대해서 들어 볼까요? 

 

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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  

Sep 14, 2016
Korean Pronunciation Guide - 네 (NE or DE?) & 뭐 (MWO or BWO?)
05:37

Teacher Hyunwoo will address some of the most commonly asked questions by beginner Korean learners!! If you’ve wondered why you thought “yes” was 네 but it sounds like 데, this video lesson will definitely help you understand the reason. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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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  

Sep 12, 2016
One-Minute Korean: Are You Kidding Me?
01:01

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

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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

Sep 08, 2016
[Korean Words Comparison] 충고, 조언 / 화나다, 화내다
05:49

Here’s a snippet of Hyunwoo’s weekly appearance on Arirang Radio’s Catch The Wave (hosted by Adrien Lee), where he introduces the subtle differences between some Korean words that can be translated to the same English word.

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

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Our online bookstore
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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

Sep 06, 2016
Fun Korean Word - 랜선 이모 (LAN Cable Aunt?)
02:27

Can you guess what 랜선 이모 means? 이불 means "LAN cable" and 이모 means “aunt”, or mother’s sister(s) to be more specific. It’s a fun word that many Korean speakers use these days. Teacher Kyung-hwa will explain it to you in Korean (with Korean & English subs). For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

여러분 “랜선 이모”가 무슨 뜻일까요? 이 재미있는 표현이 무슨 뜻이고, 어떻게 쓰이는지에 대해서 경화 선생님의 설명을 들어 보세요! 

 

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* 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  

Sep 05, 2016
Korean Through Photos - Vending Machine On The Train
07:22

In this series, we introduce fun expressions that you can see written here and there in Korea. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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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  

Sep 02, 2016
One-Minute Korean: Never mind.
01:01

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

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Read the phrases introduced through this video in text format:
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Our online bookstore
http://mykoreanstore.com

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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82
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Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

Aug 30, 2016
[Korean Words Comparison] 환승하다, 갈아타다 / 미루다, 연기하다
05:16

Here’s a snippet of Hyunwoo’s weekly appearance on Arirang Radio’s Catch The Wave (hosted by Adrien Lee), where he introduces the subtle differences between some Korean words that can be translated to the same English word.

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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

Aug 29, 2016
Korean Pronunciation Guide - SHINee [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:43

Do you know how to correctly and naturally pronounce the member names of SHINee? Here's a quick Korean Pronunciation Guide video for those who want to check!

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TTMIK Teachers on Instagram
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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri
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Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one

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Aug 29, 2016
Movie Titles In Korean (2016)
01:59

Ever wondered what your favorite movies are called in Korean? We introduce the Korean titles of some recently released movies through this video lesson. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA

Our previous "movie titles in Korean" video:
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TTMIK Teachers on Instagram
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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  
Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  
Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  
Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one 

Aug 28, 2016
Fun Korean Word - 이불킥 (Blanket Kick?) [TalkToMeInKorean]
01:39

Can you guess what 이불킥 means? 이불 means blanket (or duvet) and 킥 means kick. It’s a fun word that many Korean speakers use these days. Teacher Kyeong-eun will explain it to you in Korean (with Korean & English subs). For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

여러분 "이불킥”이 무슨 뜻일까요? 이 재미있는 표현이 무슨 뜻이고, 어떻게 쓰이는지에 대해서 경은 선생님의 설명을 들어 보세요! 

 

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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  

Aug 26, 2016
Look Inside: Korean Q&A Sentence Patterns (textbook)
05:05

Take a look inside our new textbook, Korean Q&A Sentence Patterns! You can get your own copy on our online bookstore at http://goo.gl/gMGFzC (international shipping available). 

 

 

Conversations are basically continuations of questions and answers. Sometimes you ask questions, and other times you answer questions. In this book, we introduce common sentence patterns used in interview questions as well as day-to-day conversations.

There are 50 questions, divided into 10 different categories, and each question is followed by 3 more similar questions, and each sample answer is also followed by 3 more possible answer types. (200 main questions and 200 answers in total!)

And about each of the 50 questions, there is a sample answer by Talk To Me In Korean teachers and a short sample dialogue, also followed by study notes.

 

This will be a great learning material for anyone who is preparing for any kind of interviews in Korean, Korean speaking test, or real-life conversations at work or during travel.

 

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

 

 

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TTMIK Teachers on Instagram

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Kyung-hwa http://instagram.com/wittygirlhaeri  

Seokjin http://instagram.com/seokjin82  

Jooyeon http://instagram.com/pillarlotus  

 

Hyunwoo http://instagram.com/ever4one  

Aug 25, 2016
Korean Through Photos - Police Station
06:19

In this series, we introduce fun expressions that you can see written here and there in Korea. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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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  

Aug 24, 2016
[Korean Words Comparison] 선선하다, 시원하다 / 곳, 데
07:43

Here’s a snippet of Hyunwoo’s weekly appearance on Arirang Radio’s Catch The Wave (hosted by Adrien Lee), where he introduces the subtle differences between some Korean words that can be translated to the same English word.

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

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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
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
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

Aug 23, 2016
Korean Pronunciation Guide - GOT7
02:06

Do you know how to correctly and naturally pronounce the member names of GOT7? Here's a quick Korean Pronunciation Guide video for those who want to check!

Get the Fan Letter Recipes e-book here:
https://goo.gl/Z957cd

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

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

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

Our online bookstore
http://mykoreanstore.com

Follow us on Snapchat
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Jooyeon: pillarlotus

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Aug 22, 2016
My Favorite K-Drama Lines - 또 오해영 (Another Oh Hae Young)
05:12

We are back with another episode of “My Favorite K-Drama Lines” with 경은(Kyeong-eun)! We asked her to pick her favorite lines from the drama, 또 오해영 (Another Oh Hae Young) and share them with our viewers. You can read all the lines in text format on our website: http://talktomeinkorean.com/lessons/ohhaeyoung : ) For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA

* Related video
Korean Culture through K-Drama: 또 오해영 (Another Oh Hae Young) https://youtu.be/pk3mzNvYctE

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Aug 20, 2016
Korean Q&A – Nice profile, Double past tense & Locals
05:10

We answer some questions that we received on Twitter. We always try to answer everybody's question on Twitter, so please follow us there too :) http://twitter.com/ttmik

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Aug 19, 2016
Korean Through Photos - Gas Station
07:49

In this series, we introduce fun expressions that you can see written here and there in Korea. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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Aug 18, 2016
One-Minute Korean: Netflix and Chill
01:01

In this video series, we introduce useful Korean words and phrases through compact one-minute lessons.
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Aug 17, 2016
[Korean Words Comparison] 간섭하다, 참견하다 / 일어나다, 깨다
08:08

Here’s a snippet of Hyunwoo’s weekly appearance on Arirang Radio’s Catch The Wave (hosted by Adrien Lee), where he introduces the subtle differences between some Korean words that can be translated to the same English word.

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Aug 16, 2016
Korean Pronunciation Guide - B.A.P
01:48

Do you know how to correctly and naturally pronounce the member names of B.A.P? Here's a quick Korean Pronunciation Guide video for those who want to check!

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Aug 15, 2016
K-Pop Humming Challenge
06:39

Would you be able to recognize K-Pop songs just by listening to someone humming them? We had a fun K-Pop humming challenge where Seokjin hummed some Korean songs and Kyung-hwa, Jooyeon and our intern Yeni (from England) tried to guess the names of the songs. For more Korean lesson videos, please subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1YjfNbA 

 

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Aug 14, 2016
Korean Through Photos - Dangerous Wall
06:26

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