Rank #1: 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.
Rank #2: 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.
Rank #3: 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.
Rank #4: Live Korean Class: 하필, 가지고, 쪽팔리다, “라방” and 스럽다
0:22 how to say “live chat” 1:33 difference between 해변 and 해수욕장 2:04 how to say “Thank you for everything.” 2:19 what -니까 means 3:36 what 하필 means 4:51 differences between 귀엽다, 귀여운, and 귀여워 5:21 how to use 가지고 5:49 difference between 창피하다 and 쪽팔리다 6:30 what -스럽다 means
Rank #5: 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
Rank #6: Essential Korean Phrases In Restaurants
Here are some essential Korean phrases you can use in restaurants.
0:18 몇 분이세요? How many? 0:27 두 명이요. / 세 명이요. / 네 명이요. Two people. / Three people. / Four people. 0:47 한 명 더 올 거예요. One more person will come, too. 1:02 예약하셨어요? Did you make a reservation? 1:14 지금 만석이라 기다리셔야 돼요. There are no seats, so you should wait. 1:59 얼마나 기다려야 돼요? How long should I wait? 2:13 여기 앉아도 되나요? Can I sit here? 2:26 이쪽으로 안내해 드릴게요. Let me take you to your seat. 2:40 드시고 가시나요? 포장해 드릴까요? For here? or to go? 2:57 주문하시겠어요? Would you like to order? 3:10 저기요. Excuse me. 3:17 주문할게요. I would like to order. 3:28 메뉴판 좀 주세요. Can I have a menu? 3:39 물 좀 주세요. Can I have some water? 3:50 물은 셀프예요. You need to get your own water here. 4:02 포크 좀 주세요. Can I have a fork? 4:13 이거하고 이거 주세요. Can I have this and this? 4:27 메뉴 추천해 주세요. Please recommend a dish for us. 4:42 이거 몇 인분이에요? How many (people) does this serve? 4:55 이거 맵나요? Is this spicy? 5:06 양파는 빼 주세요. Please leave the onions out. 5:19 견과류 알레르기가 있어요. I’m allergic to nuts. 5:33 저희 주문한 음식이 아직 안 나왔어요. Our dish is not served yet. 5:51 저희 이거 안 시켰어요. We didn’t order this. 6:06 화장실은 어디에 있어요? Where is the restroom? 6:20 맵지 않게 해 주세요. Please don’t make it spicy. 6:35 덜 맵게 해 주세요. Please make it less spicy. 6:49 감사합니다. Thank you. 6:58 반찬 좀 더 주세요. Can I have some more side dishes? 7:12 소스 좀 더 주세요. Can I have some more sauce? 7:24 음식이 좀 짜요. The food is a little salty. 7:37 음식이 좀 싱거워요. The food is a little bland. 7:51 소금 있나요? Do you have salt? 8:02 남은 것 좀 싸 주세요. Can I have a box to-go? 8:17 계산은 어디에서 해요? Where do I pay? 8:31 얼마예요? How much is it? 8:41 각자 계산할게요. We will pay seperately. 8:54 카드로 계산할게요. I will pay with a credit card. 9:08 영수증 필요하세요? Do you need a receipt? 9:20 영수증 주세요. Please give me a receipt. 9:33 영수증은 괜찮아요. I don’t need a receipt.
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Rank #7: One-Minute Korean: “What do you think?"
How do you say “What do you think?” in Korean?
Teacher Hyunwoo will introduce this very useful phrase to you in today’s video.
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Rank #8: Situational Korean Quiz - Bumping Into an Acquaintance (지인을 우연히 만났을 때)
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.
Rank #9: Micro dust problem in Korea
미세먼지(micro dust) is a big problem in Korea affecting a lot of people. How bad is it and how are people feeling about it in Korea? Hyunwoo, Cassie and Kyung-hwa sat down to talk about it.
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Rank #10: Korean Q&A - How do you say ‘or’ in Korean?
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?
Rank #11: Korean Parenting Phrases - Time to Eat
Learn essential parenting phrases in Korean related to eating! You can learn even more from our e-book: http://bit.ly/30adaPd
0:25 아침 먹자. Let’s have breakfast 0:28 아침 먹을 시간이야. It’s time to eat breakfast. 0:49 천천히 먹어. Eat slowly. 1:40 맛있어? Does it taste good? / Do you like it? 1:59 맛있게 먹어. Enjoy your food. 2:45 조금만 더 먹자. Let’s eat just a little bit more. 3:56 지금 안 먹으면 다 치울 거야. If you don’t eat right now, I’m going to clear the table.
Rank #12: Korean Soft Spoken ASMR- Korean Idiomatic Phrases Using 바람 (wind)
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.
Rank #13: 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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Rank #14: Korean Age Explained (Again)
Age plays a key role in how people interact and development relationships in the Korean culture, so many people ask one another how old they are, eventually, in one way or another. But the hurdle for many Korean learners is that Korea has an age counting system that is different from the rest of the world. In this video, teacher Hyunwoo introduces a simple way to understand how Korean age works. Video by Keith and Hyojin about Korean age: https://youtu.be/72ZTZHarxa0 A prehistoric video by Hyunwoo explaining the Korean age system: https://youtu.be/0hkG4113QYM
Rank #15: Korean Dictation Test #7 ( Easy / Normal / Hard )
Rank #16: 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!
Rank #17: Drinking Rules In Korea - Korean Culture Talk [upper-intermediate] (한국에서 술 마시기)
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
Rank #18: Korean Q&A - To Hate, 미워하다 vs. 싫다
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?
Rank #19: One-Minute Korean: “Save it."
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/