10 Mouth-Watering Korean BBQ Dishes You Have to Try
One of the best things about studying the Korean language is learning about different aspects of the culture. What better way to learn some Korean vocabulary than sampling some delicious Korean delicacies?
Korean BBQ restaurants have table-top grills so guests can cook their own food at their tables. The food is delicious, and the table-top grills make for a fun group dining experience.
Here are 10 Korean BBQ dishes you have to try.
1. Grilled Pork Belly
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4 Popular K-Pop Songs to Help You Learn Korean
Listening to music, especially the internationally popular K-Pop (Korean pop music) or Korean Wave can be a fun way to learn vocabulary and conversational Korean.
Its easy to learn the lyrics to songs as you sing along, and this is the first step to learning proper pronunciation. It's also helpful to learn how to speak Korean with K-Pop because you will pick up common Korean phrases, as well as metaphors and slang.
To begin, find your favorite K-Pop songs and look up lyrics that are
The Korean Future Tense Part 1 : Describing the Probable Future
As you progress in your Korean lessons, you will learn different ways to describe different events in the past, present, and future. Here's a look at the Korean future tense with Minneapolis, MN teacher Bryce J...
Some linguists argue that there actually isn't a Korean future tense, but that doesn't mean there is no way to talk about future events. In fact, there are actually five ways to describe the future in Korean: probable future, definite future, promissory future, intentional futu
North Korea vs. South Korea: Language and Cultural Differences
Although Korean is the official language of both North and South Korea, there are noticeable differences in the dialect of the two nations. Here, we will examine these differences so you can gain a better overall understanding of the Korean language...
North Korea and South Korea were originally divided across the 38th Parallel, then later, along the Demarcation line. The division, a result of the end of Japanese rule following World War II, pitted the two nations in a bitter battle. Som
Your K-Drama Guide: 4 Korean Drama Series You Should Be Watching
Korean drama, or K-drama, are televised drama programs in the Korean language. K-dramas are filmed in South Korea, and the shows are usually in mini-series format. The most popular genres are romantic comedy, action, and fusion science fiction.
Although South Korea began shooting televised dramas back in the 1960s, K-drama only recently began catching fire in places like the United States.
Watching Korean drama can be very helpful when you're taking Korean lessons, because yo