코끼리 [ko-kki-ri]

Korean "elephant"

*By Lulu from France

햇빛이 강하다 [haet-bich-ee gang-ha-da]

Korean "to be very sunny"

조각상 [cho-gak-sang]

Korean “sculpture”

재미있게 놀다 와. [jae-mi-eit-gae nol-da wa]

Korean “Have a good weekend.” ^^

먼저 [meon-jeo]

Korean “first”

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Learning Korean Through Art

Blogger, writer, artist and Korean language-learner Sarah Shaw is a woman of many talents and projects. Her latest initiative is documenting a distinctive mode of learning that helps her with studying Korean: creating sketches that link Korean words and phrases with images.

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그 다음에 [geu da-eum-ae]

Korean adv “then” or “afterwards”

오른쪽으로 [o-reun-jjok-eu-ro] Korean “to the right”
왼쪽으로 [win-jjok-eu-ro] Korean “to the left” 오른쪽으로 [o-reun-jjok-eu-ro] Korean “to the right”
왼쪽으로 [win-jjok-eu-ro] Korean “to the left”

오른쪽으로 [o-reun-jjok-eu-ro] Korean “to the right”

왼쪽으로 [win-jjok-eu-ro] Korean “to the left”

쫄깃 쫄깃 하다 [jjol-git jjeol-git ha-da]

Korean "to have a rubbery texture" 

For example, you may say this when you’re eating octopus, dried squid, or something rubbery that’s hard to chew.