Well we made it to the first milestone of 100 phrases. Some have proven popular others less so and we’ve tried to answer everybody’s requests.
If you don’t already know we upload new phrases on to both our Facebook and Twitter pages ever day or so.
We post a new useful words or phrases which we hope anyone studying Korean, living in or just visiting South Korea might find useful.
Here is what we’ve posted recently, phrases 91 to 100.
Fresh Korean Phrase 91 – Please Go Straight
Fresh Korean Phrase 92 – Please Turn Right
Fresh Korean Phrase 93 – Drive a Car
Fresh Korean Phrase 94 – Ride on a Bus
Fresh Korean Phrase 95 – Ride on a Boat
Fresh Korean Phrase 96 – Smell a Flower
Fresh Korean Phrase 97 – Why so Expensive?
Fresh Korean Phrase 98 – No Work Tomorrow!
Fresh Korean Phrase 99 – Happy New Year
Fresh Korean Phrase 100 – It Seems Warmer
For the previous recap set “81 to 90” PLEASE CLICK HERE.
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As 2013 is all a few days away we have put together our first Extended Korean Conversation. The topic is “Happy New Year” and is between two people Mi Jin & Ju Seok, they are talking about the meaning of “새해 복 많이 받으세요” (Happy New Year in Korean). They go on to talk about their plans & dreams for the new year. Also included is a letter to a foreign friend (written in Korean).
The conversation and letter span 5 pages and should take between 15 and 25minutes to read. The level is a mixture of beginner and intermediate concepts. Due to the size of the conversation we’re only uploading a PDF version as a JPEG copy is not easily readable.
CLICK HERE for your free PDF copy of “Fresh Korean 읽기 짱 Happy New Year Extended Conversation”
We would like to wish everyone a very happy new year (새해 복 많이 받으세요) and hope you enjoy learning a little Korean.
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