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한국어를 배워 봅시다.

It is derived from Hanja, where “이” means “ear” and “통” comes from “통증” which means “pain” “ache” or “agony”. If you have an earache, you can say.

Know Your Korean Months & Holidays with this Simple Infographic

Know Your Korean Months & Holidays with this Simple Infographic- good refresher

Weather Vocabulary in Korean. Brought to you by KickShot Soccer Board Game, www.kickshot.org

Weather Vocabulary in Korean. Brought to you by KickShot Soccer Board Game…

Periodic Table of Korean Food - Imgur

Periodic Table of Korean Foods. Because I actually need to print this out and stick it on my wall so I can learn!

teas in korea.

12 Kinds of tea you can find in Korea in one handy infographic. Time for tea

Major Holidays In Korea

Major Important Holidays in Korea by Dom and Hyo Come celebrate in Santa Clara's Koreatown!

10 Korean Superstitions You May Not Know About

10 Korean superstitions you may not know about All cultures have superstitions that sound unusual to outsiders, and Korea is no exception. Here are ten interesting superstitions from.