Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 15 – 19 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

Once again over the past week we’ve continued to upload new phrases on to both our Facebook and Twitter pages. Everyday (or so) we post a new useful word / phrase which we hope anyone studying Korean or living / visiting Korea might find useful. Here is a recap of what we’ve posted over the past week, phrases 15 to 19.

Fresh Korean Phrase 15 – See You Again

See you again - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 16 – What is the date today?

What is the date today - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 17 – Amazing!

Amazing - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 18 – Is there Something Wrong?

It there something wrong - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 19 – Have a Great Weekend!

Have a great weekend - Fresh Korean

Video

Here is an animated YouTube video of these phrases, enjoy:

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Thank you and we hope you’ve enjoyed learning a little Korean today.

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For information on our Korean language courses please click here: KOREAN CLASSES

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Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 9 – 14 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

Fresh Korean Useful Phrases BannerOnce again over the past week we’ve continued to upload new phrases on to both our Facebook and Twitter pages. Everyday (or so) we post a new useful word / phrase which we hope anyone studying Korean or living / visiting Korea might find useful. Here is a recap of what we’ve posted over the past week, phrases 9 to 14.

Fresh Korean Phrase 9 – How Much Is This?

How Much Is This in Korean - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 10 – Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday in Korean - Fresh Korean 2

Fresh Korean Phrase 11 – How was your day Today?

How was your day today - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 12 – I want to learn Korean

I want to learn korean - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 13 – I’m So Busy

I'm So Busy - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 14 – What is the date today?

What is the date today - Fresh Korean

Video

Here is an Animated YouTube Video of these phrases, enjoy:

Also

If you have any questions, comment, requests or other feedback please feel free to let us know either by commenting below or via email / Twitter / Facebook.

Thank you and we hope you’ve enjoyed learning a little Korean today.

If you wish to learn more Korean we’ve posted many Free downloadable Resources right here: FREE RESOURCES

For information on our Korean language courses please click here: KOREAN CLASSES

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Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 1 – 8 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

Over the past week we’ve started a new series on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Everyday we post a new useful word / phrase which we hope anyone studying Korean or living / visiting Korea might find useful. Here is a recap of what we’ve posted, phrases 1 to 8.

Fresh Korean Phrase 1 – Thank You

Thank You in Korean - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 2 – How Are You?

How Are You in Korean - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 3 – The Weather is Nice Today

The Weather is Nice Today - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 4 – Hi

Hi in Korean - Fresh Korean

This should be used with close friends and children. It might sound strange if you said this to an older person, teacher or boss.

Fresh Korean Phrase 5 – What Time Is It?

What Time Is It - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 6 – Hello

Hello in Korean - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 7 – It’s Very Fun

It's Very Fun - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 8 – Nice To Meet You

Nice To Meet You Fresh Korean

This phrase is semi-formal and it would be used when meeting someone of a similar age and/or position for the first time.

Video

Here is a video recap of these phrases presented by Talking Strawberry:

Also

If you have any questions, comment, requests or other feedback please feel free to let us know either by commenting below or via email / Twitter / Facebook.

Thank you and we hope you’ve enjoyed learning a little Korean today.

If you wish to learn more Korean we’ve posted many Free downloadable Resources right here: FREE RESOURCES

For information on our Korean language courses please click here: KOREAN CLASSES

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Summer 3 Day Intensive Korean Course in Seoul, Incheon or Bucheon

Intensive Korean Summer Course 2013 - Fresh Korean

Here are the details of our One-on-One 3 Day Intensive Korean Course which is running from now until the end of August 2013.

Course Details

Locations: Seoul* (Hongdae, Gangnam included), Incheon or Bucheon, South Korea.

When: 3 Days Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 2 hours a day starting anytime between 12pm & 8pm. (6 hours total)

Price: ₩99,000 including taxes.

Included: A complementary Notebook and Pen. Your teacher will also being resources, worksheets, books etc for use during the lesson.

Number of Students: One (You!)

Syllabus (i.e. What will you learn)

This is up to you, if you want to focus on conversation, reading, writing, grammar and a combination that is on problem. Just let us know your level  and your interests, and we can take it from there. Hopefully within the 10 hours you’ll be able to achieve your goals and have some fun along the way.

The classes take place somewhere close to your home (or workplace), for example a coffee shop or library and will last two hours. All resources will be provided.

Your Teacher

Firstly we don’t want to post exact personal details of the teacher here but here a a brief summary. Your teacher is a female native Korean in her 20s, a University graduate and is conversationally fluent in English and Spanish (as well as Korean of course). She has a few years of both classroom and private tutoring experience.

How to Sign Up

Either email: contact@freshkorean.com or use our private course registration page CLICK HERE.

Please Note

* Some areas of North Eastern and Eastern Seoul are sadly outside of our catchment so sadly at the moment we cannot travel to those places. Sorry.
* Payment for the course must be made in advance and in full. Either via Bank Transfer or in cash.
* Courses are one-on-one and therefore friends or family members cannot join in the lessons. (Please contact us for group prices)
* Courses are only available between 12 and 8pm. For other times and days please contact us.
* If lessons take place in a coffee shop, coffees are not included but you’re not expected to buy thing either.
* The teachers travel costs are included in the price.

Finally

Thank you and we hope to help you learn some Korean soon. Of course if you have any questions please let us know.

For some free Korean downloads and learning resources please check out our FREE RESOURCES PAGE.

For details on our other Korean Classes please Click Here.

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