How to Introduce Yourself in Korean?

How to Introduce Yourself in Korean?

One of the basic things that we need to be able to do when we are learning a new language is introduce ourselves. Are you ready to learn how to introduce yourself in Korean? First, take a look at the

Korean Grammar 101: Noun/Pronoun+은/는

Korean Grammar 101: Noun/Pronoun+은/는

If you have read some Korean sentences, you might have noticed that there are some suffixes added to nouns and pronouns.  These suffixes are called particles.  These particles are meaningless when they are by themselves.  But when attached to a

Korean Grammar 101: Noun+입니까?

Korean Grammar 101: Noun+입니까?

In my last post, we learned that -이다 is a Korean ‘be’ verb and it is conjugated into -입니다 when it is in its present tense. If you have not read my last post about noun+입니다, please read  here. In

Korean Grammar 101: Noun+입니다

Korean Grammar 101: Noun+입니다

A verb is a very important part of a sentence. Without a verb, a sentence cannot be considered a complete and correct sentence. In this post, I will be showing you how to use the Korean ‘be’ verb, the particle

Korean 101: Greetings (인사)

Korean 101: Greetings (인사)

Just like in any others languages, learning Korean greetings is very crucial.  Though Korean greetings can be challenging for those who are learning Korean language for the first time, learning it bit by bit can make it easier. Here are

Parts of Speech and Their Korean Equivalents

Parts of Speech  and Their Korean Equivalents

We all know that there are eight parts of speech in English.  In Korean, these traditional parts of speech are also being used.  But unlike in English, there are certain post-positional particles added to the end of Korean words depending

Syllable Structures in Hangeul

Syllable Structures in Hangeul

How are Korean words formed? Just like in English, Korean words are formed by combining consonants or jaeum (자음) and vowels or moeum (모음).   But unlike in English, Korean syllables are made using an imaginary square block called a

Getting to Know the Final Consonants in Hangeul: Batchim

Getting to Know the Final Consonants in Hangeul: Batchim

There are 19 consonants in Hangeul, including the aspirated and double consonants.  Each of these consonants represent a unique sound when they are at the beginning of a syllable (initial sound).  But some of these consonants change their sounds when

The Korean Alphabet: Hangeul

The Korean Alphabet: Hangeul

In my last post, we learned about Hunminjeongeum in which Hangeul was based.  Now, let us learn about Hangeul.  Hangeul is the alphabet which is currently used in Korea.  Though it is composed of 24 basic characters, 10 of which

Introduction to Hangeul: The Hunminjeongeum ( 훈민정음)

Introduction to Hangeul: The Hunminjeongeum ( 훈민정음)

A long time ago, Korean people used the Classical Chinese characters as their writing system known as Hanja ( 한자 ).  But because of the complexity of Hanja and the fact that most of the Hanja characters did not match