Jenn in Korea.

This is all about my EPIK teaching adventures in Korea!

Learn to read Korean in 15 minutes

The Korean language of “Hangul” is actually pretty easy to learn. To live in Korea, you should probably know how to read Hangul, as this will make your life soooo much easier. These symbols are everywhere you look- on bus stops, restaurants, shops, food, ect… Even if you don’t know what it means, it’s still good to know. You’d be surprised at how many things translate into “Konglish”.

For example:

메뉴 (meh-nyoo): menu
피자 (pee-jah): pizza
버스 (buh-seu): bus
택시 (tehg-see): taxi

 

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