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Top Korean Phrases you Should Learn Prior to Teaching in Korea

Posted on Sun, Jun 18, 2017 @ 12:00 PM

Korean is a unique language that plays a big part in Korean culture. While knowing Korean isn't required to teach for ChungDahm, as all the classes are taught in English, any current teacher would tell you to learn the Korean alphabet and some of the key Korean phrases prior to your arrival.  Knowing how to read the language and say key phrases will help you immensely with things like directions or reading a menu.  In this blog I will introduce you to 10 Korean phrases that you should try to learn prior to arriving to Korea to help you during your first days abroad. 

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Tags: Korean language, korean phrases, phrases, learn korean, study korean, what to do before Korea, What to do Korea, ex-pat life in Korea, life in Korea

Top Words You Should Know When Learning Korean

Posted on Tue, Jan 26, 2016 @ 04:00 PM

 Learning Korean can be really fun. Although not required for teaching at ChungDahm, I have found that knowing basic Korean has made my life easier during my teaching abroad experience. This blog will focus on both words that you need to know for everyday life and also the top keywords you should know for various social settings.

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Tags: korean phrases, Korean language, learning Korean, dating while in Korea, Taxis in Korea, Transportation in Korea, Korean food, Korean fun, ordering food

3 Tips for Korean Language Learning

Posted on Sun, Jun 15, 2014 @ 10:59 AM

For foreigners, South Korea is an enabler. It enables our late night partying, the late wake-ups the next day, and our frequent eating out at restaurants. Being such a Westernized country, it also enables our use of English. You can spend years in this country and never really have to use more than a few words of Korean, which is something that many foreigners fail to appreciate. I shake my head when I see foreigners yelling English at befuddled movie theater attendants or other service staff, somehow assuming that if they yell louder and faster, then these poor Koreans will magically acquire the ability to understand English. Personally, I believe that if you are going to spend a long period of time in another country, you should at least make an effort to learn the native language. Having been here just over a year, I have three tips for all you language connoisseurs out there on how to tackle the Korean language.

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Tags: Korean language, Korean culture, restaurants in korea, korean phrases, basic korean, learning Korean, music in Korea, Korean pop music, western culture in korea

Korean 101: Basic phrases for teachers in Korea

Posted on Fri, Jul 13, 2012 @ 08:31 AM

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Tags: learning Korean, a year in Korea, korean phrases, communicating in Korea

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