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[블로그] 노력을 하겠지

금요일이 되었는데 내일은 수업이 없어서 동료를 만나러 나갈 것이다. 우리는 팟캐스트를 위해 마이크를 사야 하고 라디오 목소리로 해야 해서 준비를…

October 28, 2016

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[블로그] 숙제를 해야지

월요일과 수요일에 숙제를 하지 않으니 오늘 밤에 꼭 적어도 조금 할 것이다. 그래도 이번 토요일은 휴식이라서 수업이 없고 동료와 만나 얘기할 것이…

October 26, 2016

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Latest Grammar Entries

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[Grammar] ~든(지)

~든(지) (~deun(-ji)) – regardless/no matter (or not) This grammar particle is most commonly attached to nouns like 누구 (who), 어디 (where), 언제 (when), 뭐 (what) and 어느 (which). A…

January 11, 2017

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[Grammar] ~더라(고)

~더라(고) (~deo-ra-go) – I’ve personally experienced/learned/knew/discovered/realised about…. This grammar particle is almost always only attached to express the speaker’s (…

January 11, 2017

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[Grammar] ~(으)ㄴ/는지

~(으)ㄴ/는지 (~eun/neun-ji) – whether or not… ~(으)ㄴ/는지 is used in conjunction with interrogative/questioning words like 왜 (why), 어디 (where), 언제 (when), 뭐 (what), …

January 11, 2017

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Latest Vocabulary Entries

[Vocabulary] 하긴

하긴 (ha-gin) – do/did something/the act of doing OR in fact/indeed/actually Let’s look at the first meaning, which is actually just a short form of 하기는, which means to do or did s…

January 14, 2017

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[Vocabulary] 관두다

관두다 (gwan-du-da) – forget it/give up/quit/done (putting up with it) First of all, 관두다 is actually a short form of 그만두다, which essentially means the same thing – to quit…

January 14, 2017

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[Vocabulary] 그러고 보니

그러고 보니 (geu-reo-go-bo-ni) – come to think of it/now that I look at it This phrase is commonly used in daily conversations and I found out about it while reading a Naver Webtoon! We can…

January 13, 2017

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Speaking Practice (Audio Recordings)

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안녕하세요! Hey there!

I’m Vance and I’m a Korean learner just like you. I love to read, write and learn, especially languages and self-improvement. I hope you share the same interests! Even if you don’t, it’s perfectly fine. I’ll try to influence you to like it. Or… you could just enjoy your time here as long as you’d like to!

A little background about myself… English and Mandarin (Chinese) are my primary languages because I live in Singapore. I’ve been obsessed with learning Korean since Aug 2014 and I owe much of my knowledge in Korean to Daehan Korean Language Centre (trust me, Mr Harry is really awesome! Oh, and Ms Seung Mireu too, along with the other teachers there).

Anyway, this blog won’t just be about TOPIK, grammar, vocabulary and the likes, but also tips, advice and my experience when studying Korean. Because I believe that learning a language is not just about the technical side but also the emotional side. Language is emotional, at least to me. It is used to express and communicate how we feel.

If you like what I do, you may drop me an email or comment and I’ll try my best to reply as soon as I can. Remember, never think that it is too late to start, regardless of your age or proficiency in Korean.

It’s never too late to start. But now is the time.