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The Korean Future Tense Part 3: The Immediate Future

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 … Read More

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
7 Reasons Why Learning Korean Isn't as Hard as You Think
Learning any new language can seem difficult at first. If you’re feeling apprehensive about learning Korean, these tips from Korean tutor Bryce J. can help... When considering language lessons, many people shy away from Asian languages like Japanese and Korean because they fear these languages are too challenging to learn. While every language has certain challenges, some languages are more complex than others. Here are seven reasons why learning Korean isn't as hard as you think!
Learn Hangul: The Korean Alphabet for Beginners
Hangul is an essential component of the Korean langauge, but don't worry, it doesn't have to be intimidating. Learn the basic principles of hangul with Boston, MA language teacher Eunhye J... Hangul History The Korean alphabet, hangul, was invented by King Sejong the Great and his scholars in 1443 and was proclaimed as the official alphabet in 1446. Contrary to popular belief, hangul did not evolve from some unknown place and time. The Korean alphabet is one of King Sejong’s greatest an
Words of Wisdom: 10 Well-Known Korean Idioms
Every language has certain expressions that have deeper meanings. When you're taking Korean lessons, it can be fun to learn these Korean expressions. Here, Paradise Valley, AZ teacher Hannah V. teaches you 10 Korean idioms... Idioms are both puzzling and interesting, and sometimes even profound. Read on to find out the true meaning behind 10 well-known Korean idioms. ?: Shot, ?: Abbreviation of ?? (arrow), ??: Like This Korean phrase means that someone or something is super fast.
The 5 Best Korean Books for Language Students
When you're taking Korean lessons, it's great to have some study materials to supplement your learning. Here Korean teacher Keulin H. shares the best books to help you learn how to speak Korean... Interested in learning Korean, but not sure where to start?  A comprehensive, thorough Korean book can help you learn the basics. Because Korean pronunciation is quite different than English, it's essential to enlist the help of a Korean language teacher. If you can, try to find someone who is

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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