Everyone’s gotta eat, right?
Korea has so many delicious foods, with an abundance of restaurants in which you can order. In a lot of restaurants, you’ll find that menus are mostly or entirely in Korean. Similarly, in restaurants owned worked by older Koreans, you’ll have to rely on your Korean skills in order to get a meal.
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South Korea is a country obsessed with the concept of love. This is a fact. You could ask any Korean and they’d be more than likely to tell you the same thing.
Because of this, from the Korean language has sprung an abundance of slang words that pertain to the concept of love and relationships. Since this aspect of the culture is so important, sometimes all consuming, it is important to be aware of the terms that are sure to make their appearance in conversations that pertain to this realm.
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At it’s base, the “in theory” part, the Korean language is actually very easy to pick up if you put some effort into it. Asian languages, or languages with symbolic alphabets, tend to get a really bad rep in the realm of language learning. Speakers that are accustomed to more of a romanized way of reading and writing often shy away when the lexicon utilizes symbols over what we consider letters.
But have no fear! I am here to put your mind at ease (somewhat).
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