Korean Word of the Day - stamp (noun)


11
Feb
2016

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우표 (upyo) stamp (noun)

우표를 모으나요?
Upyoreul moeunayo?
Do you collect stamps?

우표
upyo
postal stamp

우표의 종류
upyoui jongnyu
collection of stamps

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Korean Word of the Day - dislike (verb)


10
Feb
2016

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싫어하다 (sireohada) dislike (verb)

여자는 그녀가 듣는 것을 싫어합니다.
Yeojaneun geunyeoga deunneun geoseul sireohamnida.
The woman dislikes what she hears.

어린 여자아이는 브로콜리를 싫어합니다.
Eorin yeojaaineun beurokollireul sireohamnida.
The young girl dislikes broccoli.

브로콜리를 싫어하다
beurokollireul sireohada
dislike broccoli

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New Video Lesson Captions! Even Beginners will Understand Korean with This


10
Feb
2016

New Video Lesson Captions! Watch. Read Along. Learn Korean Faster

Hello Listener,

Thank you so much for your feedback and grabbing our previous study tool, which is perfect for everyday learning. That was two weeks ago.

This week, there’s another surprise for you.

Even complete beginners will understand more Korean and learn fast with this. Ready?

Since a lot of you love learning Korean with video lessons…picture this: What if you could read along with on-screen captions as you watch. Here’s what happens…

  • You combine 2 senses: sight and hearing, and are extra focused.
  • No Korean word or phrase escapes you. You learn on the spot.
  • You begin to understand everything you hear.
  • Your Korean listening skills get sharper and sharper.
  • The result? You learn and master Korean faster.

So, if you’ve had a hard time understanding Korean as it’s spoken, this new study tool is perfect for you – Video Lesson Captions. If you’re a Premium user, be sure to check it out on our select video lessons! If not, take advantage of our upcoming sale and get 31% OFF Premium plans (click here) with this sneak peek.

How can YOU take advantage of this and learn Korean faster?
Currently, Video Lesson Captions are available for Must-Know Korean Holiday Words, Absolute Beginner Korean for Every Day and Korean Words of the Week video series. So you can access any one these lessons.

Look for the CC icon in the lesson player available in the video lesson series mentioned above.

Look for the CC Icon in the lesson player
Click on the CC icon and choose the language for your captions. You’ll now see the captions for the video lesson on your screen. Just watch and read along.

Just watch and read along!

Click on the language you want to read along with.
With a quick click, you’ll now see the captions on your video lesson. Just sit back, watch, read along and learn more Korean than you would through just watching.

Wait! What if your desired video lessons don’t have captions yet?
You can access the complete word-for-word transcripts for every lesson. Just look for the “Download PDFs” section and click on “Lesson Transcripts.” Like the Video Lesson Captions, you can read along with these. You can even print them out and review after lessons.

You can even print them out and review after lessons

The new Video Lesson Captions are available for: Must-Know Korean Holiday Words, Absolute Beginner Korean for Every Day and Korean Words of the Week. And yes, we’re working on releasing this feature across ALL of the KoreanClass101 video lessons.

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With the brand new Video Lesson Captions tool, you’ll be able to:

  • Read along as you watch your video lessons
  • Stay engaged and focused on your lessons
  • Improve your Korean listening skills
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  • …and learn and master Korean faster

This is a super simple study tool. Just captions. But… this is a super powerful way to learn faster if you read along as you watch. Thousands of our listeners already do this with audio lessons and offer great feedback. Stay tuned for more learning tools to come!

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Korean Word of the Day - cable car (noun)


9
Feb
2016

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케이블카 (keibeulka) cable car (noun)

케이블카가 길을 따라 가고 있습니다.
Keibeulkaga gireul ttara gago issseumnida.
The cable car is traveling down the street.

승객은 케이블카를 타고 있습니다.
Seunggaegeun keibeulkareul tago itsseumnida.
The passengers are riding the cable car.

길거리 케이블카
gilgeori keibeulka
street cable car

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Korean Word of the Day - boy (noun)


8
Feb
2016

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남자 아이 (namja ai) boy (noun)

남자 아이는 핫도그를 먹고 있습니다.
Namja aineun hattogeureul meokgo itsseumnida.
The boy is eating a hot dog.

남자 아이는 여자 아이보다 키가 큽니다.
Namja aineun yeoja aiboda kiga keumnida.
The boy is taller than the girl.

슬픈 남자 아이
seulpeun namja ai
sad boy

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Korean Word of the Day - magazine (noun)


7
Feb
2016

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잡지 (japjji) magazine (noun)

여자는 잡지를 읽고 있습니다.
Yeojaneun japjjireul ikko itsseumnida.
The woman is reading a magazine.

이 서점에는 잡지가 정말 많아서 좋아요.
I seojeomeneun japjjiga jeongmal manaseo joayo.
I really like this bookstore because it has so many magazines.

서점에서 잡지를 샀어요.
Seojeomeseo japjjireul sasseoyo.
I bought a magazine at a bookstore.

잡지를 읽다
japjjireul iktta
read a magazine

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Korean Word of the Day - rest (verb)


6
Feb
2016

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쉬다 (swida) rest (verb)

남자가 해먹에서 쉰다.
Namjaga haemeogeseo swinda.
The man rests in the hammock.

남자가 해먹에서 쉬었다.
Namjaga haemeogeseo swieotta.
The man rested in the hammock.

남자가 해먹에서 쉬고 있다.
Namjaga haemeogeseo swigo itta.
The man is resting in the hammock.

여자가 그물 침대에서 쉬고 있습니다.
Yeojaga geumul chimdaeeseo swigo itsseumnida.
The woman is resting in the hammock.

고릴라가 초원에서 쉬고 있습니다.
Gorillaga chowoneseo swigo itsseumnida.
The gorilla is resting in the grass.

침대에서 쉬다
chimdaeeseo swida
rest in a bed

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Korean Word of the Day - basketball (noun)


5
Feb
2016

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농구 (nonggu) basketball (noun)

남자, 여자 아이들이 농구를 하고 있습니다.
Namja, yeoja aideuri nonggureul hago itsseumnida.
The boys and girls are playing basketball.

농구 선수
nonggu seonsu
basketball player

농구를 하다
nonggureul hada
play basketball

대학 농구
daehak nonggu
college basketball

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Korean Word of the Day - January (noun)


4
Feb
2016

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일월 (irwol) January (noun)

이 곳은 일월에 정말 춥습니다.
I goseun irwore jeongmal chupsseumnida.
It’s very cold here in January.

올해에는 일월 일일이 화요일입니다.
Olhaeeneun irwol iriri hwayoirimnida.
January 1st falls on a Tuesday this year.

일월 일일은 새해로써 전세계가 휴일입니다.
Irwol irireun saehaerosseo jeonsegyega hyuirimnida.
January 1st is New Year’s Day, a worldwide holiday.

일월 삼일 목요일
irwol samil mogyoil
Thursday, January 3rd

일월 일일 화요일
irwol iril hwayoil
Tuesday, January 1st

이천구년 일월
Icheongunyeon irwol
January 2009

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Korean Word of the Day - dig (verb)


3
Feb
2016

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파다 (pada) dig (verb)

남자는 삽으로 구덩이를 파고 있습니다.
Namjaneun sabeuro gudeongireul pago itsseumnida.
The man is digging a hole with a shovel.

구덩이를 파다
gudeongireul pada
dig a hole

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