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August

Posted in  culture&history, Lost in translation   on  August 15, 2022 by  Lenka0 comments

We all learn that holiday in Korean language is “방학” or “휴가”. In fact, that is vacation. With 방학 applied on students and teachers and 휴가 applied to several days off from work (휴일 = a day off).  Today is one of the very important Korean holidays. It’s 광복절, The Liberation Day. You wouldn’t hear a

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January

Posted in    on  January 14, 2016 by  Rob Julien0 comments

[social_sharing style=”style-15″ fb_like_url=”https://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/korean-qa-the-one-close-to-my-heart/” fb_color=”light” fb_lang=”en_GB” fb_text=”like” fb_button_text=”Share” tw_lang=”en” tw_url=”https://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/korean-qa-the-one-close-to-my-heart/” tw_button_text=”Share” g_url=”https://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/korean-qa-the-one-close-to-my-heart/” g_lang=”en-GB” g_button_text=”Share” alignment=”center”] Hey! In today’s video we talk about something that as a Canadian, I love!!  I love it ’cause it’s something that Canadians get mocked a bit for saying, and it works exactly the same in Korean.  I’ll let the video explain

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January

Posted in    on  January 12, 2016 by  Rob Julien2 comments

[social_sharing style=”style-15″ fb_like_url=”https://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/how-to-easily-conjugate-korean-verbs-thanks-to-the-pattern-behind-it/” fb_color=”light” fb_lang=”en_GB” fb_text=”recommend” fb_button_text=”Share” tw_lang=”en” tw_url=”https://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/how-to-easily-conjugate-korean-verbs-thanks-to-the-pattern-behind-it/” tw_button_text=”Share” g_url=”https://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/how-to-easily-conjugate-korean-verbs-thanks-to-the-pattern-behind-it/” g_lang=”en-GB” g_button_text=”Share” alignment=”center”] If you really want to learn Korean to a point where you are conversational and can actually form your own sentences and questions from understanding, not just memory, then one skill you absolutely HAVE TO learn is how to conjugate verbs.

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October

Posted in  How-to Speak Korean Video Series   on  October 15, 2014 by  Rob Julien0 comments

Hi, and welcome to another video the Korean “How to” video series. In this video we look at how to say “I need” something. We do so specifically because it uses different markers (or attachments) than what you might think based off of what we have learned so far. [vertical_spacing height=”20″] [feature_box style=”5″ only_advanced=”There are

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