"How is living in Korea?"
Hi, and welcome back.
In today's class we're going to learn a structure that is just amazingly common in Korean, and compared to how much effort it takes for students to learn the same ideas in English, we're getting off lucky on this one 'cause it's not that bad (I'm not gonna say it's easy, but it's definitely easier than what a Korean person learning English would have to go through).
This class will get you expressing preferences, saying how something is, for example living in Korea, and things of that nature. This is just the tip of the ice-burg for the amount you can say using these structures, but this is just kind of an intro into this idea, so I think it should be enough.