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Metathesiophobia

Fear of change.

Intimidating. Imposing. Daunting. Impossible, even. That’s how I feel looking at the borders of another country, of a place where the syllables they utter from their throats are a different kind than mine. 401 more words

On Life

함께 (hamkke) [Word of the Day Series]

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Have you ever heard this word before? Maybe in a drama or a song? The WOTD is one that is probably a familiar word to a lot of people. 68 more words

Korean

"는 거야? (Neun geoya?)" What are you doing? [Grammar of the Week]

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I was inspired after the “하자 haja WOTD post”, so much so that I decided to do this grammar of the week on the ending, “는 거야? 178 more words

Korean

하자 (haja) [Word of the Day Series]

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I was thinking about this word for a while now and I wasn’t sure I talked about it before. It’s one of those words that I actually got confused with another word for a long time. 199 more words

Korean

거기 (geo-gi) [Word of the Day Series]

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Working backwards here, just a bit. We’ve talked about 여기 (yeogi) which means “here” and 저기 (jeo-gi) which means “over there”. Both of these words are adverbs and are in reference to the distance of an object (or person) from a speaker. 224 more words

Korean

저기 (jeo-gi) [Word of the Day Series]

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Yesterday we talked about 여기 (yeogi). We talked about what it means, which is “here” and how it is used in different sentences and contexts. 188 more words

Korean

여기 (yeogi) [Word of the Day Series]

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Today’s WOTD is a familiar one that I’m sure you’ve heard a million times in different kpop songs like, SISTAR’s “Touch My Body, and T-ara’s “Sugar Free”. 195 more words

Korean