Learning through Korean Recipes
Learning a language should not be only about grammar, words and writing exercises. It can also be about delicious recipes, learn it through recipes.
The Time Basics in Korean
We begin our series on time expressions with a slow start as I simply review the basic ways to express time such as hours and days.
It is Chuseok (추석), a Korean lunar festival. Yesterday my friends and I celebrated it with a feast and playing a Korean card game: Go-Stop (고스톱).
In our daily life we often use time as a reference when talking to others that is why time expressions are important to learn; even in Korean.
Chuseok (추석) is near so I made plenty fresh kimchi for the coming feast. However, I also made some fried chicken to cheer up my roommate and friends.
It has been quite a while since I last wrote for Hanhan Jabji; but I had a good reason! I had an exams period that just demanded too much of my attention.
The Korean Wave is more than Korean dramas and movies; it is beauty products too. Today for the first time I gave it a go by enjoying a face mask.