This is our first lesson here at Korean and the City! It’s not without its warts and bumps but it’s meant to show you a very natural conversation and situation in Korea. Like Lena please continue to use and grow in your Korean.
If you haven’t already, please go back to the first post in Lesson 1
You can find the conversation in Korean and English below. What do you think? Are there other common English words that you have seen written in English? Let us know below in the comments ^^
This is our first post for Korean And The City! As you might imagine from the site name, there will be plenty of drama here as well as things related to Korea and learning Korean. We hope that you will find this site useful for learning Korean and to enjoy seeing some of the cool things we love about (shopping in) Seoul.
So a quick & dirty guide to the site!
-Every week we
hope to will post our drama for learning Korean. It’s aimed at beginners so we’ll start with the alphabet- but it will be in both English and Korean so more advanced learners can get something from it too! So check every week for updates to that and see how the story progresses as well as your Korean, k? ^^
-Every week there will be posts about different cool things in Seoul- from cool cafes we have found, cute stationary shops and our (Jei’s) hauls, etc
-Every week there will be randomness about Korea and Korean
So basically check back often because we are planning a lot of cool and interesting things to share with you all! Good luck with your studies!
—Hyaemin & Jei —-