Chuseok – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Sunday September 30th

Chuseok – 추석 (Chu / Seok)

Here is your very quick and apt Sunday Fresh Korean word of the day. Today’s word is of course Chuseok or 추석 in Korean or Harvest Festival in English.

If you want to learn more about Chuseok here is a useful link: What is Chuseok http://modernseoul.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/what-is-chuseok-%EC%B6%94%EC%84%9D/

Have a Chuseok nice weekend.

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Outside – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday September 29th

*Outside picture coming soon*

Outside – 외부 (Woe / Bu)

Here is your very quick Saturday Fresh Korean word of the day. The word is Outside or 외부 in Korean.

We picked this word as this weekend is Chuseok and you should really try and spend a little time outside. Have a Chuseok nice weekend.

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K-League Incheon United vs. Seongnam + Free Makkoli Fresh Korean Event (Saturday October 6th 2012)

Check out some K-League Soccer action with us on Saturday, we are heading to watch the game between Incheon United and Seongnam.

Where: Sungui Arena Park (Incheon Football Stadium) next to Dowon Station in Incheon.

When: October 6th, Meeting at 2.30pm outside Exit 1 of Dowon Station (Line 1) and the game starts at 3pm.

Cost: Tickets cost ₩8,000 on the day.

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Bonus we will be providing some free Makkoli (Korean Rice Wine) and snacks for anyone who joins us. If you have any questions please feel free to comment below or email us at contact@freshkorean.com also more contact information  for on the day coming later this week.

Thank you and see you on Saturday Afternoon.

** A great report from the day – http://thecuriousexpat.blogspot.kr/2012/10/gettin-all-social.html **

We are meeting outside Dowon Station Exit 1 at 2.30pm on October 6th. See you there.

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Rubber Duck – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Friday September 28th

Rubber Duck – 고무 오리 (Go/Mu  Oh/Ree)

Welcome back for this weeks final bathroom related word of the day. Moving along from yesterdays word Toilet Paper we have a bathroom favorite for many kids around the world Rubber Duck or 고무 오리 in Korean.

Thank you for your time today and we wish everyone a very enjoy Chuseok Weekend.

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 11 “ᄏ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with part 11 of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 10 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “” which has a sound similar to an English “K“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 커피 (Coffee), 캐나다 (Canada) and 코 (Nose).

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To practice writing ᄏ please either use the JPG image or the PDF link below:

Click here For your FREE Korean Character Practice Worksheet Number 11

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Check out this video to listen to the native way of pronouncing each of the different characters from this worksheet.

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Toilet Paper – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Thursday September 27th

Toilet Paper – 휴지 (Hyou / Jee)

Welcome back for this weeks word number four for things around the bathroom. Moving along from yesterdays word Shower we have a bathroom favorite Toilet Paper or 휴지  in Korean.

Thank you for your visit today and don’t forget to check out tomorrows 5th and final bathroom related word of the day :)

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Shower – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday September 26th

Shower – 샤워 (Sya / Wa)

Welcome back for this weeks word number three for things around the bathroom. Moving along from the Sink we have Shower or 샤워 in Korean (sounds very similar).

Often in smaller studio or officetel apartments in South Korea a shower can often by connected to the sink, and the bathroom as a whole is more of a wetroom style.

Thank you for your visit today and don’t forget to check out tomorrows 4th bathroom related word of the day :)

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