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Korean Phrases: How To Introduce Yourself in Korean

For Beginners: Here's how you can introduce yourself in Korean. This lesson takes only 3 MINUTES and you'll learn to speak too. Free Audio Lesson Inside.

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I am not a prostitute. Leave me bhaiya It was 9:05 PM and this married girl was standing near a bus stop. Suddenly a car stops by her. Haan madam. Where do you want to go? I will drop you for free. She pretends as if she did not listen or see him....

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How to Say Happy Birthday in Korean

Like most cultures, Koreans celebrate birthdays. Although they calculate age a bit differently (look forward to a post on that in the future), they have birthday parties, sing happy birthday, and e…

말 (mal) is the Korean word for horse. It's a nice basic word for learning Korean and building up vocabulary. Included is a photo of Sejong the Great. Korean Verbs, Korean Phrases, Learning Languages Tips, Foreign Languages, Learn Korean Online, Learn Hangul, Korean Alphabet, Korean Lessons, Korean Language Learning

Korean Word for Horse - 말

말 (mal) is the Korean word for horse. It's a nice basic word for learning Korean and building up vocabulary. Included is a photo of Sejong the Great.

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