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Hello! I just wanted to say that I'm so happy that you run this blog again! I just LOVE it <3

Glad to be back! Thank you!


I have a friend in korea about to start up school again how would I wish them good luck?

Hmm. You’d say “hwaiting” usually. Because “good luck” is translated literally would be, “행운을 빌어 (hanguneul bileo)” which doesn’t really work in that context.

You COULD also say, “공부열심히해! 화이팅! (gongbu yeolsimhihae! hwaiting!)” which is “do well on your studies! fighting!” 

When my friends go back to school, I tell them things like that, along with “밥도 잘 챙겨먹고, 잘해! 할수있어! (bapdo jal chaengyeo meokgo, jalhae! halsooitlseo!)” which is literally “Eat well! Do well! You can do it!”

So I’d mix the “study well” and the “eat well” phrase, because that’s what I usually do????

By the way, all these phrases are informal so you’d use them with people that are your age, younger, or are close friends with you.

Sorry if this isn’t exactly what you wanted!


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Hello everyone!

Admin Judy here! 

I’ve decided to run the blog again!

Unfortunately, Admin Christy is still busy with school and all, so she won’t be able to join us, but I’m here to answer any of your questions!


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Anonymous asked:
WOW~ You guys are so awesome! I love this blog! Thanks so much for running a blog like this!

Thank you so much :) I’m glad you like the blog!

- Admin Christy -


How to use a Korean taxi.

Let’s say you’re visiting in Korea and you need to get someplace, but you don’t want to walk. You look on the street and see this coming towards you:

빈차 (bin-cha) means “empty car”. This means that this taxi does not have anyone in it. If the light is off or it says 예약 (ye-yag), this means “reserved”, so there is someone already inside. Most taxis will have a GPS system, so if you simply give them the address in Korean that you are looking for, they can punch it in and take you there. (I recommend you use Naver Maps).

Once you have reached your destination, you can simply say 여기 세워주세요 (yeo-gi-se-weo-ju-se-yo), which means “please stop here”.


rihyo:

My requested tutorial on how I make my GIFs! I hope I’m able to help some of you :)


저 아직 기억하세요? | (jeo-a-jig-gi-eog-ha-se-yo) | Do you still remember me?

저 아직 기억하세요? | (jeo-a-jig-gi-eog-ha-se-yo) | Do you still remember me?


Admin Christy and Judy, You guys are awesome my Korean has improved because of this blog.

I’m so glad! ^^ ;;

- Admin Christy -



메리 크리스마스 | Merry (early) Christmas from the admins at Learning-Hangeul!

메리 크리스마스 | Merry (early) Christmas from the admins at Learning-Hangeul!


Anonymous asked:
i'm so glad you both are running this blog! i never could have thought that i would be able to self teach myself korean, but now i know.. anything is possible! i'm definitely going to make this come true with the help of this blog! thank you soo much! /bows 90 degrees/

I’m so glad that we’re of big help to you! :) Good luck learning Korean~~ /bows/

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kfreak95 asked:
BEAUTIFUL PERSON AWARD! Once you have been given this award, you are supposed to paste it in the ask of 8 people who deserve it. If you break the chain, nothing will happen, but it’s always sweet to know that someone thinks you’re beautiful inside and out. (///ᴈ///) *chu*

Thank you so much! ^^

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nu-gu asked:
I was going through this blog again after a while and theN I SEE A SHIGE GIF AND WOW ADMIN CHRISTY I LIKE YOU.

Hahaha yes, I am a huge fan of NewS! Been part of the fandom since 2006 :)

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