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Counting in Korean: A Beginner's Guide to Korean Numbers

Counting in Korean: A Beginner's Guide to Korean Numbers

  Learning to count in Korean is important in order to read, write, and speak in Korean. Here, language teacher JaeRyeong S. gives you an introduction to the Korean numbers 1 – 10… The Korean numbering system is complex, but with a little practice, you can learn to count in Korean. As with most complex concepts, the Korean numbering system uses simple logic. There are two different categories of Korean numbers: Korean and Sino-Korean. The two categories can cause some confus … Read More

Counting in Korean: A Beginner's Guide to Korean Numbers
  Learning to count in Korean is important in order to read, write, and speak in Korean. Here, language teacher JaeRyeong S. gives you an introduction to the Korean numbers 1 – 10… The Korean numbering system is complex, but with a little practice, you can learn to count in Korean. As with most complex concepts, the Korean numbering system uses simple logic. There are two different categories of Korean numbers: Korean and Sino-Korean. The two categories can cause some confus
5 Surprising Facts About the Korean Language
The Korean language is a rich one with a long history. Like any language, the Korean language has gone through many changes over time. When you're learning Korean,  it can be fun and helpful to learn about the history and intricacies of the language. Here are five things you probably didn't know about the Korean language. 1. There are Minor Language Differences Between North and South Korea The biggest influences on the Korean language come from English and Chinese, respectively. While
Tying the Knot Around the World: 4 Unique Korean Wedding Traditions
Have you ever wondered about wedding traditions from other countries or cultures? Maybe you're learning Korean and it piqued your interest in worldly affairs. In this article, you'll learn about neat traditions practiced for Korean weddings... While Korean wedding traditions are both unique and interesting, not all couples choose to incorporate these rituals in their wedding day. In fact, Korean superstar Lee Na-Young got married in May of 2015, and she clutched a small bouquet and wore
The Korean Future Tense Part 3: The Immediate Future
In our continued series on describing the future in Korean, language teacher Bryce J. explains how to use the immediate future tense in Korean... When you learn Korean, you will be introduced to four different ways to describe the future. Today we will look at one part of Korean grammar called the immediate/promised future. Before you start learning the immediate future, however, make sure you review the probable and definite future: The Korean Future Tense Part 1: Describing the P
The Best YouTube Korean Videos for Beginners
When you learn how to speak Korean, it's important that you practice reading, writing, and speaking. Learning a new language also requires guidance from a knowledgeable, experienced tutor. In addition to Korean lessons, however, some reliable online resources can help you gain a better understanding of the Korean language. Audio and video resources can be extremely beneficial to Korean-language students, especially for pronunciation and speech development. Luckily, there are number of Kor

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