Episode 41: Indirect Speech with Adjectives ~다고
안녕ㅇㅇㅇㅇ 여러분~!!!! I am such a happy little bunny today because I got to pre film FOUR ~Weekly Korean~ episodes for the upcoming weeks! I never really pre film my videos but this time around I have so many deadlines coming up in December and I am planning a trip with my boyfriend and our friends so December is going to be busy busy! That's why I feel so productive and ahead of the game now that I've prepared our ~WK~ episodes in advance. I mean, it wouldn't be fair if I just lef
Episode 40: Indirect Speech with Verbs ~ㄴ다고
Ever wondered how to quote others in Korean? Need help with the plain (diary) form of conjugated verbs? Worry no more, your fellow Korean le
Episode 38: (으)려고 and 노력하다 "in order to try"
안녕하세용~! AH the last year of university proves to be harder than I thought ㅠ__ㅠ I have to do so many pages of reading I forget what it's like to not be in a constant state of reading. Nowadays I read EVERYWHERE and I still don't end up covering all the material I need to cover. Oh well, depressing things aside, these ~Weekly Korean~ episodes really help me get my mind off of university work and other stressful things so I'm very grateful to all of you who watch them and read m
Episode 36: ~지 말다 Negative Commands!
안녕ㅇㅇㅇㅇㅇㅇㅇㅇㅇ 친구들~! I still feel bad about posting last week's blog super late so I'm going to post this one super early :D Hope you guys don't mind ㅋㅋㅋ Last week we went over how to make commands in Korean but we never discussed how to tell people NOT to do something, which is also a command, however, in Korean it is constructed a little differently. ~지 말다: In order to construct a negative command in Korean we need to add ~지 말다 to the stem of a verb like this: 운동하지 말다 자지 말다 먹지
Episode 35: I Command Thee!! :)
안녕 사랑하는 친구들~!!!!!!! I'm sorry for writing this blog post almost a week after I published the video for it. The day I shot and published the video I fell ill with a stomach flu and have been too weak to get out of bed until today ㅠ___ㅠ. I'm feel a lot better so I'm finally going back to the pile of responsibilities I've abandoned while I was sick and this blog post was on the top of my priorities list! Did you know that Korean has more than one way of commanding others to do s
Episode 32: 생각하다 vs 줄 알았다
안녕ㅇㅇㅇㅇㅇㅇㅇ~!!! I'm pretty sure I've mentioned in the previous blog post that I will be going back home to Israel for two weeks in mid-August. I feel like recently I've been glued to my laptop 24/7 and I don't think that's right, so I want to do a cleanse while I'm at home and not take my laptop with me! :O I know I know, unbelievable right? Therefore, I need to make 6 videos in the next 7 days so that I can schedule them to release on their own while I'm away. Boy this shall b
Episode 31: Everything You Need to Know About ~것 같다!
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
Episode 29: ~Weekly Korean~ Episode 29: ~야 하다 /되다!
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
Episode 27: ~(으)러 가다/오다 Explained!
안녕하세용~!! This week's video is nice and short but I decided to add something new to it, which hopefully I will be able to continue doing if you guys like it. If you haven't watched the whole video yet, do that. Do that now and you'll know what I'm talking about. The overall concept of ~(으)러 가다/오다 is not essential to learning Korean. You'll be able to form perfectly fine sentences and communicate effectively without it. However, it does raise the level of you Korean and makes i