"Korean alphabet. For over a millennium, Korean was written with adapted Chinese characters called hanja, complemented by phonetic systems like hyangchal, gugyeol, and idu. In the 15th century, a national writing system called hangul was commissioned by Sejong the Great, but it only came into widespread use in the 20th century, because of the yangban aristocracy's preference for hanja."

"Korean alphabet. For over a millennium, Korean was written with adapted Chinese characters called hanja, complemented by phonetic systems like hyangchal, gugyeol, and idu. In the 15th century, a national writing system called hangul was commissioned by Sejong the Great, but it only came into widespread use in the 20th century, because of the yangban aristocracy's preference for hanja."

In this lesson we will introduce the words for the days of the week in Korean. These words have their roots in the Chinese language and the elements of nature.

In this lesson we will introduce the words for the days of the week in Korean. These words have their roots in the Chinese language and the elements of nature.

“Don’t” in Korean = ~지마 (~jima)• Don’t do it. = 하지마. • Don’t go. = 가지마 • Don’t cry. = 울지마. • Don’t look. = 보지마. • Don’t eat. = 먹지마. • Don’t laugh. = 웃지마. • Click here to learn more about this...

“Don’t” in Korean = ~지마 (~jima)• Don’t do it. = 하지마. • Don’t go. = 가지마 • Don’t cry. = 울지마. • Don’t look. = 보지마. • Don’t eat. = 먹지마. • Don’t laugh. = 웃지마. • Click here to learn more about this...

In this lesson, we will take a look at how to say "good night" in Korean. The most common way is to say jaljayo (in Hangul: 잘자요). Just like any language, the Korean language has numerous words and phrases for saying farewell to someone.

In this lesson, we will take a look at how to say "good night" in Korean. The most common way is to say jaljayo (in Hangul: 잘자요). Just like any language, the Korean language has numerous words and phrases for saying farewell to someone.

Summer: 여름 [yeo-reum]. Autumn / Fall: 가을 [ka-eul]- Winter 겨울 [kyeo-ul]. Spring: 봄 [bom].

Summer: 여름 [yeo-reum]. Autumn / Fall: 가을 [ka-eul]- Winter 겨울 [kyeo-ul]. Spring: 봄 [bom].

Lots of vocabulary on opposites. This may be a two or three part series depending on how you guys like it. Korean opposite words are pretty fun although some may seem difficult to remember because ...

Lots of vocabulary on opposites. This may be a two or three part series depending on how you guys like it. Korean opposite words are pretty fun although some may seem difficult to remember because ...

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