Study Korean Vocabulary With Me
Since the limits of my language are the limits of my world, I have started studying a Korean Language since October 2017. I love making friends from people around the world but not everyone can speak the English language. I started to join groups which study Korean. In addition to that, I downloaded an app from Google Playstore to memorize the Korean alphabet and to know the proper way of writing Hangeul. I just found out that reading Korean will be easier because I already know Hangeul.
From then on, I have kept memorizing Korean vocabularies and Korean expressions. But as time goes by, I have noticed that some Korean words are difficult to memorize. It has been like today I know what is the Korean term for something, then tomorrow I no longer remember the Korean term for that something.
I do not know if I am going to take a Korean exam in the future but by and by, I realized that studying Korean is kind of addicting. I have been enjoying it that as much as I can, I always try to speak, write, see, and think in Korean.
This 2018, I included studying Korean as one of my goals. For the month of January, I will be going to post photos with its Korean counterpart and the way it is read or pronounced. Study along with me if you are a K-Drama fanatic or just want to travel to Korea and communicate with the locals.
For the whole month of January, I will be taking photos of anything that I see around me. They are so-called “Nouns” in English or “명사” (myeongsa) in Korean. These are all random photos and I will be adding more per week.
- 빗 – comb
2. 노트북 – laptop
3. 문 – door
4. 가의 – scissors
5. 라디요 – radio
6. 다리미 – iron
7. 텔레비전 – television
8. 청장 – ceiling
9. 의자 – chair
10. 침대 – bed
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