“At the Library” – University Student’s Life Advanced Korean Reading 1

Advanced Korean Reading University Students Life 1

Hello and welcome to a new Fresh Korean series. This series is an Advanced Korean Reading Series which focuses on different aspects of University Life.

In this part 1 of the series the two main characters Min-Ah and Michael are going to the library to study for a midterm exam. The talk about different things such as; studying, plans for the upcoming vacation time and the test. As they are friends they generally speak less formally with either other.

This free download is spread over 4 pages, the first 3 being conversation and the final page has a list of vocabulary as well as a few comprehension questions (in Korean). It is at an more advanced level and therefore maybe a little difficult for beginners to understand fully.

Free Advanced Korean Reading Download

The file is 4 pages long and therefore the easiest way for us to release it is in PDF format (sorry no JPEG this time). Please click on the image below or the link below that.

Free Fresh Korean PDF click here

FREE Fresh Korean PDF Download “Advanced Korean Reading – University Student’s Life 1” CLICK HERE

Finally

If you want to learn more Korean, all of our free resources can be found here: FREE RESOURCES

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

Thank you for your time and please come back soon for the next part of this series.

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Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 52 – 60 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

Once again it’s been a while so we thought that it was once again time to recap our Fresh Korean Useful Words and Phrases. Over the past  few weeks we’ve continued to upload new phrases on to both our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Every few days we post a new useful word / phrase which we hope anyone studying Korean or living in or just visiting Korea might find useful.
Here is what we’ve posted over the past few weeks, phrases 52 to 62.

Fresh Korean Phrase 52 – I’m Going to Take a Nap.

I'm Going to Take a Nap - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 53 – It’s Chilly

It's Chilly - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 54 – I Have a Cold

I have a cold - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 55 – See You Tomorrow

See You Tomorrow - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 56 – Which Bus Goes to Seoul?

Which Bus Goes To Seoul - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 57 – I have a meeting at 1pm

I Have a meeting at 1pm - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 58 – Would you like a coffee?

Would You Like a Coffee - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 59 – I’m Afraid of Spiders

I'm Afraid of Spiders - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 60 – Do You Like Kimchi?

Do you like Kimchi - Fresh Korean

Also

For the previous recap set “41 to 51PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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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Korean Numbers Writing Worksheet – 1 to 10

Korean Numbers Writing Worksheet Banner

This is our latest Korean Writing Worksheet Series. This series will look at Korean Numbers and Sino Korean Numbers. In this 4th part of the series we’ll look at the numbers 1 to 10 for the Korean Number System. The Korean number system is a little different from the Sino Korean which we looked at previously. The Korean Number system is used for a number of different things including: Counting, Quantities, Hours (i.e. O’Clock) and more. Also it only goes upto 99 and from 100 onwards you use the Sino Korean Numbers.

Once again obviously the Korean numbers 1 to 10 are commonly used in everyday life and therefore they are important to learn.

Free Worksheet Download

This Korean Number Worksheet can be downloaded either as a JPEG image or as a PDF file (below). Enjoy:

Korean Number Worksheet 1 - 10

CLICK HERE for the FREE PDF copy of “Korean Number Writing Worksheet 1 to 10” by Fresh Korean

Video

Here is a video we’ve made demonstrating how to say each of the Korean numbers 1 to 10, enjoy:

Finally

If you want to learn more Korean all of our free resources can be found here: FREE RESOURCES

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

Thank you for your time and please come back soon for the next part of this series.

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One-on-One Korean Lessons plus Skype Bonus in Incheon, Bucheon or Seoul

Korean Lessons Plus Skype Bonus - Fresh Korean 2013

Here are the details of our new Private one-on-one Korean lesson package with the added bonus of Skype Review lessons. This course of a combination of two of the different courses that we currently offer, private one-on-one classes and Skype lessons. Here is the lowdown of the course details and please note that this course has to start before the end of December 2013:

Course Details

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

When & What:
Any day of the week between the times of 8am and 9pm (subject to availability of an instructor)
10 x 1hour one-on-one private Korean lessons once a week (twice if requested).
10 x 20mins Skype review lesson, recapping the lesson and expanding on the topic.

Where:
The classes take place somewhere close to your home (or workplace), for example a coffee shop or library.

Price:
₩279,000 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 time you’ll be able to achieve your goals and have some fun along the way.

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 Korean language 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)
* For other times, 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.
* Subject to availability.

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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