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The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future

The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future

As you learn Korean, you will come across different ways to describe future events. To make things easier, we've divided the future tense in Korean into a few different parts. Here, Minneapolis, MN Korean teacher Bryce J. explains how to describe future events in Korean... Now that you've learned how to describe the probable future, or events that may occur, let's move on to another aspect of Korean grammar, the definite future. The definite future tense, or polite present tense, is us … Read More

The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future
As you learn Korean, you will come across different ways to describe future events. To make things easier, we've divided the future tense in Korean into a few different parts. Here, Minneapolis, MN Korean teacher Bryce J. explains how to describe future events in Korean... Now that you've learned how to describe the probable future, or events that may occur, let's move on to another aspect of Korean grammar, the definite future. The definite future tense, or polite present tense, is us
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 photo from Maangchi At most Ko
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
Mark Your Calendar: 20 Korean Holidays
When you're studying Korean, it's fun to learn about various Korean holidays. Mark your calendar, here are the major (and minor) Korean holidays. Along with the national holidays, in South Korea, the 14th of each month is a fun, unofficial holiday. Read on for a list of all the holidays and celebrations! Diary Day January 14th At the beginning of the new year, it's customary for friends and loved ones to trade diaries, journals, and planners. Friends and family members write down impor
10 Must-Know Words and Phrases for Korean Drama Fans
As most students know, studying the Korean language can be complicated. Luckily, with the growing popularity of Korean drama (K-drama), it's much easier, and more fun, to learn popular catch phrases and buzzwords. Korean drama shows use hundreds of slang words and catchphrases, which can be frustrating for beginning Korean-language students. If this is you, don't panic. This list will help you understand the characters and story lines in Korean drama. 1. Antis   Anti-Fans, o

Korean in Houston

Are you taking Korean lessons in Houston? The active Korean population in the city provides some excellent opportunities for you to practice your new language. There are many restaurants, shops, festivals, and community organizations, so you can learn the language and also learn about Korean culture and history. The city's diversity contributes to a respect for cultural and social traditions. The Korean community provides many resources that support the continuation of traditional celebrations to educate the youth and ensure the continuation of language and culture.

Trying traditional Korean cuisine is a great way to learn about the culture and practice your conversation skills. Houston's Koreatown , on the west side of the city, is the go-to spot for Korean BBQ. Bonga Korean Restaurant is one of the most popular restaurants in Koreatown. Try their bulgogi (marinated beef) and bibimbap (mixed rice). Korea Garden is another popular restaurant in the area; bring a group and try some new foods that you can grill right at your table. Talking about food is one of the most popular ways to begin speaking a new language, so if you’re taking Korean lessons in Houston, you can take advantage of all of the delicious food.

When you visit Koreatown, make sure to stop by the Korean markets. H-Mart is one of the most popular stores. You can buy grocery products along with traditional Korean food items like kimchi, noodles, and dried shrimp.

Korean festivals are one of the best ways to experience Korean culture in Houston. The Korean Festival (K-Fest) is an annual event that is free to the public. Folk musicians, traditional dancers, and martial artists perform for the festival crowd. There are also lots of Korean and Korean-fusion food trucks and restaurants, so festival guests will have a variety of delicious foods to choose from.

The Korean Community Center of Houston (KCCH) provides a location for community organizations to work together to promote the rich Korean culture. Many different groups come together to make KCCH the central location for information about Houston's Korean community.

The Korean American Association of Houston (KAAH) is one of the groups at the Community Center. KAAH offers cultural events and business connections in the Korean community. KAAH also provides internships for college students, cooking classes, financial education, and Korean language seminars.

It’s not always easy to learn a new language, but the active Korean community is a great resource when you’re taking Korean lessons in Houston. Whether you’re shopping in Koreatown, dining at local restaurants, or attending social events, enjoy the learning process and have fun!

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