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Unit 20: The Clausal Connective ~고, Noun-Modifying Forms (단, 긴, 재미있는, 맛없는), Particle 도 (also, too), New Action Verbs (알다, 모르다, 전화하다) 🇰🇷 Beginner Level Korean Lesson

Unit 20: The Clausal Connective ~고, Noun-Modifying Forms (단, 긴, 재미있는, 맛없는), Particle 도 (also, too), New Action Verbs (알다, 모르다, 전화하다) 🇰🇷 Beginner Level Korean Lesson

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The 30 Best Korean beauty products you Can’t live without!

The 30 Best Korean beauty products you Can’t live without!

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Here I introduce you the 30 Best Korean beauty products you Can’t live without! & that’ll make you the next ulzzang (means pretty face).

Hundreds of thousands of wonderful & effective beauty products pouring out from South Korea every year! If you’ve ever wished that a certain beauty product existed for your obscure beauty problem, you can bet the good people of Korea not only have a solution, but that it works and it’s really cute.

Koreans are serious about their skin care. They also know what they want: innovation, gentle ingredients, pleasing packaging and they definitely don’t want to pay a fortune for it.

Ulzzang’s No.1 to 30 Must-Haves!

Innisfree It’s Real Facial Mask Sheet x 15 sheets
by Innisfree

Missha Time Revolution the First Treatment Essence 150ml + Night Repair Serum 1.7oz
by Missha

MISSHA Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Cream
by Missha

Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask, 1.28 Ounce
by Innisfree

Iope Air Cushion XP Cover #23 Beige Plus Refill (0.53Oz/15g x 2)
by Iope

Nature Republic Real Nature Mask Sheet 10pcs Original Korean Mask Sheet
by Natural Republic

Etude House I Need You Mask Sheet 20pcs set
by Etude

[Sulwhasoo] Overnight Vitalizing Mask (Yeo Woon Pack / Sleeping Mask) 30ml  By Sulwhasoo

TONYMOLY Tony moly Egg Pore Nose Pack 7 Sheets
by Tonymoly

Laneige BB Cushion #13 True Beige [Pore Control] Plus Refill 0.5 Oz/15g x 2  By Laneige

TONYMOLY Magic Food Banana Sleeping Pack
by Tonymoly

Skinfood Peach Sake Toner 135ml + Emulsion 135ml [Total 2Pcs]  by Skinfood

Tonymoly Hello Bunny Perfume Bar – 02 Juicy Bunny
by Tonymoly

MISSHA Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Sleeping Mask
by Missha

TONYMOLY Pureness 100 Mask Sheet x 7
by Tonymoly

Missha Time Revolution Best Seller Special 4 pcs set (The first treatment essence 150ml & Night repair new science activator ampoule 50ml) By  Missha

Tony Moly – Golden Mushroom Sleeping Mask – Anti Aging Mask for men and woman – Facial Treatment
by Tonymoly

Missha M Perfect Cover BB Cream SPF 42 PA No 27 Honey Beige
by Missha

[MISSHA] All-Around Safe Block Soft Finish Sun Milk SPF50+ PA+++ 70ml
by Missha

Su:m37 Water-full Skin Refresher [Korean Import] by Su:m 37
by Su:m37

[Tonymoly] Panda’s Dream Eye Patch x 5PCS
by Tonymoly

KOREAN COSMETICS, LG Household & Health Care_ SUM37, Water Full Timeless Moisturizing Cream 50ml (Moisturizing, refreshing) [001KR] by Su:m 37
by Su:m37

Amorepacific Iope Anti Wrinkle Intensive Cream 50ml
by Iope

MISSHA Time Revolution The First Treatment Essence (150ml)
by Missha

Innisfree Jeju Volcanic Pore Cleansing Foam, 5.09 Ounce
by Innisfree

SKINFOOD Facial Water Vita-C Cream 75g
by Skinfood

MISSHA M MAGIC CUSHION SPF50+/PA+++ NO.21
by Missha

Missha M Magic Cushion No.23
by Missha

Su:m 37 Miracle Rose Cleanser in Stick Type, 80g
by Su:m37

Skinfood Fresh Apple Sparkling Pore Cream 50g
by Skinfood

Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Pact
by Innisfree

Missha Super Aqua Water Supply Cream 50ml/1.7oz
by Missha

Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask 20 g
by Laneige

Skin Food Rice Mask Wash Off – 100g
by Skinfood

Natural Republic Aloe Vera Gel, 300ml, 10.56 Fluid Ounce
by Natural Republic

Etude House Collagen Eye Patch, 0.14 oz. 10 pack
by Etude

Skin food Peach Sake Silky Finish Powder 15g
by Skinfood

SkinFood Egg White Pore Mask, 2.40 Ounce
by Skinfood

JAYJUN 3 Steps Real Water Black Facial Mask (10pcs) Refine to Shine
by JayJun

Missha Super Aqua Refreshing Cleansing Foam, 6.7 Ounce
by Missha

THE FACE SHOP Lovely Mix Mini Pet Perfume Hand Cream Korean Beauty [Imported]
by The Face Shop

The Face Shop Acne Foam Cleansing Solution, 8.16 Ounce
by The Face Shop

TONYMOLY Pandas Dream So Cool Eye Stick, 1.4 Ounce
by Tonymoly


Click Here for More Missha
Click Here for More Iope
Click Here for More Tonymoly
Click Here for More The Face Shop
Click Here for More Laneige
Click Here for More Skinfood
Click Here for More Etude
Click Here for More JayJun
Click Here for More Natural Republic
Click Here for More Su:m37
Click Here for More Innisfree
Click Here for More Sulwhasoo

“드라마 W” Episode 10 & 11…. O!M!G!

<드라마 W> 10회 그리고 11회, 대박! 정말 대박이네요, 여러분!…. 

“갑자기 없어졌다는 당신 남편이…나예요?”

정말 역대급 엔딩 입니다. I just can’t wait for E.12!!!!  

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K-drama “Jealousy Incarnate” 1st Ep. This is too cute already! Love it!

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The new series from the writer of Pasta is about a broadcast news staff. Gong Hyo-jin plays a scrappy underdog weather forecaster who has nothing to recommend her except her work ethic.

Do you want Gong Hyo-jin’s flawless skin? (You don’t have to live at the spa, spend money on expensive products, or change everything about your beauty routine in order to have a glowing, healthy complexion. Here I share the simple secrets to achieving perfect skin.)

The 4 Best Korean facial mask sheet you Can’t live without! (Use this Daily!)

1. Innisfree It’s Real Facial Mask Sheet x 15 sheets

2. Etude House I Need You Mask Sheet 15pcs set

3. Nature Republic Real Nature Mask Sheet 10pcs Original Korean Mask Sheet

4. The Face Shop Living Nature Grind Mask Sheet x 15pcs

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Do you want to watch K-drama without Subtitles?  You can be fluent in Korean!
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It looks like we’re in for a very cute, funny romance in SBS’s new Wed-Thurs drama “Jealousy Incarnate”. Gong Hyo-jin as a weather forecaster who has gotten over a longtime one-sided crush on rising star anchor Jo Jung-seok. This 1st episode was cute & funny! Hilarious! 🙂 – Happy Watching!

The 10 Best Korean Books for Korean Language Students

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The 10 Best Korean Books for Korean Language Students

Why Reading Textbooks Can Help You Learn Korean

Here are a few reasons why it’s worth checking out Textbooks.

A Good Textbook:

  • Provides you with a framework for learning.
  • Helps you be familiar with Hangul.
  • Teaches you the basics in pronunciation.
  • Follows your desired pace in learning.

Reading a book may sound like a waste of time??? It’s too academic, too high-brow, when you only wanted to communicate like a modern day native speaker.

Sounds intuitive, doesn’t it? You just wanted to speak, so you practiced speaking. Unfortunately, common sense works against you in this case. Because, get this: if you want to speak right, you’re gonna have to do a lot of reading in your target language. Language acquisition requires you to connect the dots. “Listening” is just one of the dots. “Getting the context right” is one of the dots. “Imitating the native speakers” is one of the dots. “Reading,” sure enough, is also one of the dots.

So if you really want to learn a new language fast, then you better get on the couch and read! You have no idea how limited the speech-centric approach to learning a language really is. Here are some major reasons why reading books is the best way to go:

  • You need to learn the rules first. You can’t play around with a language (like everyday people do) until you learn the rules of grammar and style. Native speakers understandably take these rules for granted, or aren’t even aware that they exist! You listen to a native and what you hear are the grammar rules mangled in almost every way possible. You hear the richness of the language as exemplified by the exception to the grammar rules. The problem is, you won’t grasp any language just by learning about the exceptions! You first need to look into the underlying language principles that they break. Then you can practice breaking them just like any native speaker. Only then will you truly appreciate the language.
  • The brain is able to remember more when it sees things. Learning is facilitated by visual cues, and reading helps the brain remember by showing it the words and the pictures that the word represents.
  • Books contain a richer language. The speech-centric approach is inscrutably vague. Compared to the written word, the spoken word is very ambiguous. Average speakers don’t spend as much time choosing their words as writers do. So there is very little nuance in the spoken language.
  • Attack the language on all fronts. If you really want to learn a language fast, you need to attack it in every way possible. Confining yourself to a single learning source, you won’t be able to connect the dots and make out the big picture. You need to read, you need to talk to natives, you need to experience the language in all its facets.

Tips on Learning Korean Through Textbooks

Now that we’ve set those fears aside, here are a few more tips you have to keep in mind.

  • Follow the sequence. I’m sure some of you would want to skip the primary lessons and go straight to phrases that you can use in your business or in your travels. Don’t. You’ll find it harder to understand. It’s best to start with the basics. Follow the flow of the textbooks. These are written in the way to help you out. The essential vocabularies are slowly introduced to you and most books will use them again and again so you can clearly remember them. So don’t skip the lessons. Don’t jump to the middle.
  • Do the exercises. Most textbooks have accompanying workbooks. Some have exercises at the end of the chapters. Make sure you do them. Don’t think that as long as you browse the lessons, you’ll easily remember the way the syllables are written. That’s not true.
  • Practice. Once you’ve mastered the basics, take time to use what you’ve learned in your everyday life. This will help motivate you to learn more. Once you see its practicality and the fact that you can now inject Korean phrases into your daily life, you’ll want to keep learning and keep practicing.
  • Learn 5 words a day. Take it slow until you get it. Learning is never done overnight. You’ll remember the words better when you learn a few words a day. You’ll get to understand them more.

Alright, perhaps the above tips confirm everything that you’ve been dreading. Learning Korean will still take a lot of work.

If it makes you want to throw your hands up, there’s also another option: Take your first session with me. Book your session today!  I will create a customized approach tailored specifically for your needs.

All in all, my lesson provides high quality learning experience with online learning system. I have developed the best solution for everyone to learn Korean easier and faster with my program. You can be fluent in Korean and I will do my best efforts to guide you through the process. Talk about killing two birds with one stone!

Recommended For Beginner Level 1 to 6 Books

Recommended For Intermediate Level 1 to 2 Books

Recommended For Advanced Level 1 to 2 Books

Recommended Children’s Book

Join group lesson next Thursday! Sept 1st @ 1pm or 8pm

ONLINE GROUP KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSE – ENJOY LIVE KOREAN CONVERSATIONS WITH ME AND YOUR CLASSMATES!
You can be Fluent in Korean. Registration Starts Today!

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ABOUT THE COURSE

Are you planning to visit, or work or study in South Korea soon? This online course is perfect for anyone who would like to master the fundamentals. Enjoy live Korean conversations with me and classmates!

Are you ready to learn?  Join NOW!
KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSE FOR BEGINNER LEVEL 1 

Course Schedule

  • Class Schedule: Thursday Sept 1st, 2016.
  • Class Time: 1PM-2PM  or  8PM-9PM (Pacific Time) 

*REGISTRATION APPLICATION IS LOCATED BELOW*

Feature of Beginner Level 1 Course
This course is designed for the 2nd or 3rd generation of Korean people living abroad and non-native Korean speakers who wants to learn Korean exactly same way how Korean learn their own language. Students can learn about Korean culture as well as the more subtle aspects, such as thought processes, differences in expression of emotions, etc.I take into consideration the situation of learners age and language proficiency.
How Beginner Level 1 course is composed? 
This course is comprised of 16 chapters.

SEPT 1st, 2016 (First Class) : In the 1st lesson, we will cover the Korean alphabet (Hangul) – simple vowels, simple consonants.

In the 2nd lesson, we will cover the syllable formation, and compound vowels 1.

In the 3rd lesson, we will cover the compound vowels 2, double consonants.

In the 4th lesson, we will cover the final consonants 1 and 2.

In the 5th lesson, we will cover the main conversation and expressions including vocabulary, grammar, listening, talking, and writing.

Education Goal

  • Learn to speak, write and understand basic Korean, with this five-week, introductory Korean language course.

Detail

  • Live customized Korean language lessons
  • Each lesson is 60 minutes long
  • Online via Skype/Hangouts
  • Online whiteboard – touch-friendly online whiteboard app that lets you use your computer, tablet or smartphone to easily write, collaborate with classmates.
  • Live classes in small groups – minimum of 2 students, maximum of 5 students per class in order to achieve the best possible learning results for everyone. During the class, I will encourage every student to participate, so that everyone makes progress. For example, by going over exercises or making a round of questions, students should easily retain the content of the class.
  • Learning materials included in your enrollment fee. In order to help your learning outside of class in self-study sessions, all learning materials are downloadable in PDF file from the resource page. [Also sent via email after registration is complete]

Education Method

  • Weekly live online lectures
  • Homework / Online Assignment / Quiz / Test
  • 30+ Textbooks (Beginner up to Proficient)
  • Student Learning Resources

*COURSE REGISTRATION APPLICATION*

  • SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION (complete below form)

-Ongoing Classes-
KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSE FOR BEGINNER 2 (5 WEEKS COURSE) 
KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSE FOR BEGINNER 6 (5 WEEKS COURSE) 
KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSE FOR INTERMEDIATE 1 (10 WEEKS COURSE) 
KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSE FOR INTERMEDIATE 2 (10 WEEKS COURSE) 
KOREAN LANGUAGE COURSE FOR ADVANCED 2 (10 WEEKS COURSE) 

 

WHY CHOOSE GROUP LESSON?

Advantages of Group Lessons

  • Social Interaction – Group lessons encourage interaction with other learners. This can create an excellent practice opportunities. This allows students who do not have private lessons to develop proactive routines between sessions that can show tremendous progress.
  • Learn From Peers – One of the advantages of group lessons is seeing how others are progressing or not progressing. Students can learn from the mistakes of others.
  • Overcome Shyness – Group lessons are recommended for students who tend to be shy or uncomfortable in one-on-one situations.
I BELIEVE IN A HUMAN CONNECTION.
It’s a fact — live human interaction and conversation lead to faster learning.

More questions? Contact me today.

E.  HangulOne@gmail.com

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