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COVID19 in Korea

COVID19 News Updates in Korea

August 25, 2020 – Back to online classes in Seoul from August 26 to September 11 Kindergarten, elementary, middle school, and high school students in Seoul, Incheon and Gyeonggido will go back to online classes from August 26 to September 11. The announcement was made on the evening of August 24th.Source: Korea Times in English, […]

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COVID19 Enhanced Distancing Rules in South Korea

We are currently on level 2 of the Enhanced Distancing Rules in Seoul. What happens when we go to level 3?

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EPS-TOPIK LESSON 6B

This is lesson 6B from unit 6 of the EPS-TOPIK textbook from HRD Korea. Here we learn vocabulary about jobs and how to ask a question.

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The South Korean First Lady in Action

South Korean First Lady Kim Jung Sook volunteered at a flooded village in South Korea without notifying the press and villagers.

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EPS-TOPIK LESSON 6A

Learn how to introduce yourself in this lesson. Know about the Korean sentence pattern and names of countries in Korean.

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EPS-TOPIK LESSON 5

This lesson is about more greetings used in South Korea. Video lesson Download the lesson 안 녕 히 주 무 세 요 an nyeong hi ju mu se yo 잘 자 요 jal ja yo Remember that there are three levels of politeness in Korean language. In the photo above, the younger person says “안녕히 […]

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EPS-TOPIK LESSON 4

What are the most common greetings used in Korea? Learn about them in this lesson from the EPS-TOPIK textbook by HRD Korea.

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EPS-TOPIK LESSON 3

Learn about the Korean words of the things we see inside the classroom. Also the expressions commonly used by teachers.

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EPS-TOPIK LESSON 2E

Now learn how to read sentences – and how to connect the sounds in words. This is the final lesson on unit 2 of the EPS-TOPIK textbook by HRD Korea.

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EPS-TOPIK LESSON 2D

In this lesson, we will learn the seven sound of the final consonant in Korean. There are 19 consonants in Hangeul but only 7 sounds when they are in the final position.