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Koreanheyo Comeback Post

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HEY GUYS^^ It's been so long since I last write on this blog. Counting back it's around 10 month, and during this period I had been busy studying for my degree, end my third year recently, undergoing internship now, and of course study Korean language every day =)

We Get Married - 우리 결혼했어요

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First of all I would like to apologize for my absent because of my busy life. Currently I'm doing mini project for one of my degree course and it really give me headache. However stressing yourself all the time won't do any good so I want to introduce to all Korean fan out there this Korean reality show.

We Get Married or 우리 결혼했어요 is a Korean reality show where Korean celebrities will be pair up as a couple and given mission to complete where the "fake" couple will dating and even live together through out the show. The couple will be interview on every event where they talk about their feeling and thought for each other.

Korean Honorifics

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As you guys study about Korean language, you might come across to many different verb ending for example 해, 해요, 하세요, 합니다, 하십니다 and more, each represent different level of speech use to indicated the level of formality of a situation.

The Korean language emphasize a lot on showing respect, thus born the honorific system in Korean grammer which used to differentiate the level of familiarity, or difference in social rank between addresser and the addressee.

There are many way to show respect in Korean language. I will try to simplify and make sure you guys understand the basic behind this honorifics system which often brings confusion to foreigner studying this language.

Lesson 05 - How About A Cup Of Coffee?

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Coffee is actually part of Korean culture nowadays. Most of the Koreans love coffee and you can find coffee vending machines all over cities and street. Culturally Korean always offer to treat each other a cup of coffee and it will be rude if you are having coffee all alone, which brings us to our topic in this lesson. In this lesson, past tense will be used in the conversation.

Korean Past Tense - 았다 and 었다

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In our daily conversation we talk about past, present and future. The past tense in Korean language is not as hard in English with many irregular, and the rule of stating the past tense is actually quite simply. Putting verb or adjective in past tense involve conjugation by combining with 았다 and 었다.

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