Rank #1: 할 줄 알다 is not always "can do" - Korean Q&A
The meaning of the sentence "그 사람이 영어 할 줄 알았어요." can change depending on the intonation and the context. Hyunwoo explains how this happens by giving your various intonation examples.
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May 18 2019
Rank #2: Korean Dictation Test No. 2 - Weekly Korean Challenge
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
Rank #3: Learn 30 Essential Korean Adjectives For Beginners
Learn 30 essential Korean adjectives through commonly used collocation examples. You can also add the free 30-part video course to your learning center on our website where you can practice saying the words!
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List of Words 1. 큰 big 2. 작은 small 3. 먼 far 4. 가까운 close 5. 쉬운 easy 6. 어려운 difficult 7. 추운 cold 8. 더운 hot 9. 귀여운 cute 10. 좁은 narrow 11. 넓은 spacious, broad 12. 늦은 late 13. 싼 cheap 14. 비싼 expensive 15. 아픈 sick 16. 느린 slow 17. 빠른 fast, quick 18. 같은 same 19. 예쁜 pretty 20. 좋은 good 21. 많은 much, many 22. 적은 few, little 23. 얇은 thin 24. 두꺼운 thick 25. 깨끗한 clean 26. 더러운 dirty 27. 밝은 bright 28. 어두운 dark 29. 긴 long 30. 짧은 short
Nov 30 2018
Rank #4: 20 Essential Korean Phrases For Beginners
These are 20 of the most essential Korean phrases that are used by Korean speakers on a daily basis. You can see all of these phrases written out for you in text format by visiting this page: https://talktomeinkorean.com/pages/20essentialphrases
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Here is the list of phrases in this video 1. 안녕. / 안녕하세요. 2. 안녕히 계세요. / 안녕히 가세요. 3. 수고하세요. / 수고하셨습니다. 4. 뭐 해? / 뭐 하세요? 5. 배고파. / 배고파요. 6. 뭐 먹을까? / 뭐 먹을까요? 7. 잘 먹겠습니다. 8. 잘 먹었습니다. 9. 여보세요? 10. 진짜? / 진짜요? 11. 당연하지. / 당연하죠. 12. 대박! 13. 미안해. / 죄송합니다. 14. 시간 있어? / 시간 괜찮으세요? 15. 얼마예요? 16. 저기요! 17. 이거 주세요. 18. 오늘 날씨 진짜 좋다. / 오늘 날씨 진짜 좋네요. 19. 좋아! / 좋아요! 20. 내일 봐. / 내일 봬요.
Oct 16 2018
Rank #5: K-pop Recipes: BTS - Spring Day (봄날)
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
Rank #6: 30 Fun & Useful Korean Phrases (Compilation of 30 one-minute TTMIK lessons)
This is a compilation of 30 videos in our One-Minute Korean series.
Feb 05 2017
Rank #7: Korean Study Hacks - 3 Ways To Improve Your Listening Skills
Mar 12 2018
Rank #8: Korean Buzzwords - 덕업일치 (hint: it’s related to your job)
Feb 21 2018
Rank #9: 100 Korean Words You Already Know
Even if you are an absolute beginner in the Korean language, if you speak English, you already know a lot of Korean words automatically. You just have to understand how these words are pronounced in Korean!
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Oct 09 2018
Rank #10: Trending Topics In Korea - Episode 2 - Fine Dust & Racism
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
Rank #11: Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - Folktale Reading (젊어지는 샘물)
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
Rank #12: Korean Buzzwords - 금사빠 (hint: It’s related to love.)
Mar 07 2018
Rank #13: Must Know Words in Korean- Weather (Pt. 1)
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
Rank #14: Korean phrases native speakers shorten all the time
Apr 03 2019
Rank #15: Situational Korean Quiz - Having Lunch (점심 먹을 때)
Apr 18 2018
Rank #16: 30 Essential Korean Verbs For Intermediate Learners
We’ve picked 30 of the most commonly used intermediate-level Korean verbs for you to learn and use! 0:17 이기다 to win 0:41 지다 to lose 0:51 결혼하다 to marry 1:08 버리다 to throw away 1:25 잡다 to hold, to catch 1:43 잡히다 to be caught 2:00 이용하다 to use, to take advantage of 2:20 확인하다 to check, to verify 2:40 떠나다 to leave 2:58 돌아오다 to come back 3:16 가져오다 to bring 3:36 이해하다 to understand 3:54 설명하다 to explain 4:14 표현하다 to express 4:33 결정하다 to decide 4:52 대답하다 to answer 5:10 준비하다 to prepare 5:29 인정하다 to admit, to accept 5:52 움직이다 to move 6:08 정리하다 to organize, to clean, to tidy up 6:28 청소하다 to clean 6:48 기대하다 to expect, to anticipate 7:07 빌리다 to borrow 7:24빌려주다 to lend 7:45 선택하다 to choose 8:05 가르치다 to teach 8:26 배우다 to learn 8:45 소개하다 to introduce 9:07 포기하다 to give up 9:26 비교하다 to compare
May 15 2019
Rank #17: Korean Soft Spoken ASMR - 말 안 듣는 청개구리 (The Green Frog Who Won't Listen)
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
Rank #18: Korean Buzzwords - What is 프사?
Feb 14 2018
Rank #19: Korean Phrases using 돈 (= money) Practice together!
Mar 20 2019
Rank #20: Intermediate Korean Lesson - Ep.1 - 발 디딜 틈이 없다
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