안녕하세용~!!! I am finally moving guys! No more student accommodations! Hello real world of taxes, bills and rent! ㅠ___ㅠ Please forgive me for taking a while to release blog posts! Moving is so time consuming and I have so much to learn in terms of contracts and rent payments and bills and all that grown-up adult stuff. I am trying my best to keep up with our Korean studies! As for what we will be discussing today... boy it's one heck of a complicated topic! I don't want to scare
안녕 친구들~! HAPPY 30TH EPISODEVERSARY!!!!!! Thank you so much for sticking around for this whole time, helping me grow and guiding me through our Korean learning journey. I'm incredibly happy and honoured that you guys are sharing this experience with me! I hope we will continue studying together for many many more episodes to come! As for what topic will mark our 30th episode, I decided to delve into the word of 것, which is an incredibly fascinating word in Korean. In its basic
안녕하세용~! I've been having extremely busy days lately due to apartment hunting and my dad flying all the way from Russia to visit me. After weeks and weeks of flat hunting and tons of stress I can finally say that I have a place to live next year! Wooooo~ And now that my dad's vacation is over, I can go back to my normal life of making Korean learning videos for you guys :) Today we'll be discussing a topic, which in Korean actually makes more sense than in English... or at lea
안녕 친구들~! I’ve had such an incredibly stressful week, having to run around looking for an apartment to rent for next year and doing lots of check-ups are the hospital (don’t worry, I’m perfectly fine, just making sure I’m healthy), that I totally had no time to write this post yesterday. Please forgive me! As for the topic of today’s lesson, I don’t think I’ve ever properly learned how to form negative sentences and I feel like that is the case for a lot of students out there.