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맛 (mas) [Word of the Day Series]

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Today’s word is going to be short since a new vocabulary list is being posted tonight! The word today is 맛 (mas) which means, “flavor/taste”. 96 more words

Korean

계세요 (gyeseyo) [Word of the Day Series]

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Today’s word is one that I’ve heard many times before attached to 안녕 (annyeong) when you’re saying goodbye. Typically when someone is leaving they will say 안녕히 계세요 (annyeonghi gyeseyo) to the person who is staying. 124 more words

Korean

벌써 (beolsseo) [Word of the Day Series]

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Today’s post will be relatively short. It’s a word that we probably say a lot in English and don’t even think about it when we say it. 88 more words

Korean

아/어 야 하다 (have to, should, must) pt. 1 [Grammar of the Week]

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Today’s lesson may actually be a little shorter than the previous’ posts. I wanted to talk about this because we use this a lot in English so it makes sense to learn it in Korean as well. 74 more words

Korean

자신 (jasin) [Word of the Day Series]

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My apologies for the late posts. This weekend was super busy for me!! I thought I would’ve been able to get these posts out to you guys a lot sooner but I couldn’t. 181 more words

Korean

아직 (ajig) [Word of the Day Series]

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The WOTD today is an adverb that can be used in both positive and negative situations. This post will be kind of go in line with the post from yesterday. 107 more words

Korean

식사 (sik-sa) [Word of the Day Series]

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The word for today goes in line with the vocabulary list this week. I wanted to make sure that the two tied in together so it’d be easy to remember. 37 more words

Korean