How to say and use ‘object markers’ in Korean

Hi, and welcome to another video the Korean “How to” video series. This video goes over how to say and use ‘object markers’ in Korean, using one of the most common and useful attachments in the language.

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How to say “go to” or “come to” somewhere in Korean

Hi, and welcome to another video the Korean “How to” video series. This video goes over how to say “go to” somewhere or “come to” somewhere in Korean, using one of the most common and useful attachments in the language.

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #1 (WB p.22)

Hi, and welcome to the first “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series. This video just goes over a few things regarding the “sentence structure practice” that you’ll find in the end of each chapter in “The Key to Korean Fluency” workbook which hopefully you have already downloaded and started working…

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Korean QnA #1: What does “~지?” mean?

Hi, 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 more… Find this video helpful?  Let me know! Got something you’d like help with,…

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How to Read and Write Korean (Video Series)

Hi, and welcome to class #1 of this video mini-series! The videos are all just below, but before you start, make sure to click the big banner just below here to download (and print off if you’d like) the handout we use in the videos. And after you finish the videos, if you have any…

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