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2015 Daelim Aroma Scooter for Sale

Thu, 2022-01-06 01:32
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Oncheon-JangContact person by email

Selling a 2015 Daelim Aroma 125 cc. 

Price: 450,000 Won 

This scooter is a basic scooter that is good for getting around the city. I've had it for about 5 years now, but selling it since I will be buying a car instead. I've gotten into a few minor accidents with it and there are some exterior damages, but based on my scooter guy other than the scratches everything else is working perfectly fine. I've also gotten regular monthly oil changes. If interested please contact me through Koreabridge. 

Here are some photos to help with your decision. 

Scooter Photos

Justin

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Looking for 1 female housemate to use the master bedroom! Apt. near Gwanganli Beach

Wed, 2022-01-05 20:55
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Namchun-dong (Suyung-gu)Contact person by email

Hello. I'm posting this on behalf of my parents. They are looking for 1 female housemate to share their apartment with the other 2 female housemates (my parents do not live in the same apartment). It is a spacious apartment near Gwanganli beach and has an amazing view of the Gwanganli coastline and the Gwangan Bridge from the apartment. Please check the conditions below and contact me if you’re interested!

*Master bedroom with own bathroom
-Move-in date: March 1, 2022 (Tuesday)

Seeking longer term stay, 6 months then month-to-month afterwards

-Monthly rent: 400,000won

-Deposit: Only one month's rent in advance

-All utility bills included in the monthly rent so no additional fees (included: fast wifi and internet, gas heating, electricity, water, maintenance fee etc.) 

-It is a spacious 4 bedroom 2 bathroom apartment and you will have a fully furnished master bedroom to yourself (includes bed, desk, wardrobe etc.) and a western style ensuite bathroom with tub. The living room, kitchen and two balconies are common areas shared with the other 2 housemates. The 4th bedroom is used as storage.

-Location: Line 2 Green Line, Namchun Station (남천역(KBS)) Exit 3
The apartment is facing the Gwanganli beach so has a spectacular view of the coast from the living room and balcony
-Included furniture: Indoor laundry, refrigerator, microwave, all kitchen tupperware etc. 

-Preference: Non-smokers, someone clean and tidy who will use the apartment like their own

Thank you for your interest!

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대다 Habits | Live Class Abridged

Wed, 2022-01-05 18:17

Last Sunday we had a live Korean class about the grammar form ~아/어/etc. 대다, which is used to express that someone does something as a habit or continually, or that an action is too much or too extreme.

The full live stream, including the introduction and Q&A at the end was nearly 2 hours, but you can enjoy the abridged version in just over 8 minutes.

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Top Personal Goal for 2022?

Wed, 2022-01-05 01:42
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Korean children’s book – Learn the language through stories

Tue, 2022-01-04 10:12

Learning Korean comes in different methods. One of them is through a Korean children’s book. You may have been learning the language through lessons or videos, but this easy method can also do the trick. Korean children’s books may be a great place to start building your language skills outside of the classroom.

In this article, we have compiled a list of Korean children’s books or picture books that you might be interested in, so it’ll be easy to find Korean language books to read. Let’s look at what they are to get started on reading. They are fun, easy to read, and the more you understand them, the more your confidence grows!

Best Korean children’s books to read for learning Korean

There are various books made for Korean children or even older kids, full of modern stories and classic tales. Here are just a few of the Korean children’s books, making for a great start to your journey of learning Korean through literature.

Children’s books about friends

Here are some stories about friendship.

Sleep Tight, Little Wolf

Korean: (잘 자, 꼬마 늑대야 ㅣ jal ja, kkoma neukdaeya)

Author: Ulrich Renz

Photo credit: https://kobo.com

This children’s book is popular around the world and is translated into different languages. The Korean version tells the story of a child named Tim, who can’t sleep because his little wolf is missing and ventures out alone at night, coming across some new friends.

I Am Dog

Korean: (나는 개다 ㅣ naneun gaeda)

Author: Baek Heena

Photo credit: http://www.koreaherald.com/

At the center of this book is a dog named Gongyi, who becomes the new friend of a lonely young boy named Dongdong. Gongyi is a responsible dog who protects and cares for his new adopted family despite missing his own family.

The Turtle Ship

Author: Helena Ku Rhee

Photo credit: https://www.goodreads.com

The picture book illustrated by  Colleen Kong-Savage, tells about a young boy named Sun Sin with a big dream. Although he was often made fun of, he entered a national contest for designing the best and indestructible battleship and was inspired by his pet turtle, Gobugi. The book is loosely based on the true story of the Korean hero Admiral Yi Sun Sin and his Turtle Ship, which will help readers learn about the Korean culture.

The Name Jar

Author: Yangsook Choi

Photo credit: https://www.goodreads.com

This story is about a Korean kid named Unhei who just moved to America from Korea. It’s already tough being the new kid at school, but it was harder for her thinking her new classmates can’t even pronounce her name. She didn’t introduce herself on the first day of school. Instead, she tells the class that she will choose a name by the following week. Fascinated by the kid with no name, her friends decided to help out by filling a glass jar with names for her to pick from.

However, the name jar had mysteriously disappeared when she was supposed to choose a name. With the encouragement of her new friends, Unhei decided to stick to her Korean name and helped everyone pronounce it, just like “Yoon-Hey.”

Children’s books about family

These stories are about the relationship with the family. Some of these stories also talk about Korean culture and how it impacts the family.

My Sister

Korean: (우리 누나 ㅣ uri nuna)

Author: Lee Seo Ji

Photo credit: https://www.yes24.com/

This picture book shows the joys that a younger brother experiences while playing with his older sisters. It gives the readers an idea of the Korean culture and cultural traditions through the drawings showing the clothes they wore, the games they played, and the life they lived during the Joseon Dynasty.

Mom is Angry

Korean: (엄마가 화났다 ㅣ eommaga hwanatda)

Author: Choi Suk Hee

This book tells the story of depicting conflicts that happen between a mother and her child in everyday life. It features typical things in the family, like how the mother got mad because her child drew on the walls.

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Bee-Bim Bop!

Author: Linda Sue Park

Photo credit: https://www.asiabookcenter.com

Bee-bim bop, which translates as “mix-mix rice,” talks about the traditional Korean dish 비빔밥 (bibimbap) in simple rhymes. This food is rice topped with meat and vegetables, which you’ll be mixing.

In this picture book written by author Linda Sue Park, a Korean-American little girl helps her mother make bibimbap by preparing the ingredients, setting the table, and enjoying her favorite food with her family. This is a whimsical story that conveys the character’s enthusiasm through its pictures and the life and cultural traditions of a Korean-American family.

Rice From Heaven

Author: Tina Cho & Keum Jin Song

Photo credit: https://www.simonandschuster.com

This story is based on the personal experience of the Korean-American author, Tina Cho. This book tells the story of a young girl from South Korea who, along with her dad, sends help to people in North Korea by providing food, specifically, rice through a special balloon that crosses the border. The story teaches about compassion and seizing opportunities to help those in need.

Dear Juno

Author: Soyung Pak

Photo credit: https://www.amazon.com

This story is about a Korean-American child and his grandmother who communicate despite their language barrier, through exchanging letters. Juno’s grandmother can read Korean and writes to him in Korean and his parents translate it for him. On the other hand, Juno expresses himself through his drawings.

Children’s books about fantasy

These stories may not happen in real life, but they are fun and interesting.

Cloud Bread

Korean: (구름빵 ㅣ gureumppang)

Author: Baek Heena

Photo credit: https://www.amazon.com/

This tells the story of a cat family where the two siblings brought home a piece of cloud that they found on a tree branch. They gave it to their mother cat and asked her to bake bread made of clouds. After which, they all floated into the air like they were also pieces of clouds.

Watermelon Pool

Korean: (수박 수영장 ㅣ subak suyeongjang)

Author: Hello Moon

Photo credit: https://www.pinterest.com/

This book is all about watermelons, making it the perfect read for any watermelon lover out there! It’s a story about a village that celebrates the Watermelon Pool Festival every summer. The watermelon is split in half and makes a gigantic pool for everyone to swim, play, and enjoy the summer weather in.

I Love to Eat Fruits and Vegetables

Korean: (난 과일과 야채를 정말 좋아해요ㅣ nan gwailgwa yachaereul jeongmal joahaeyo)

Author: Shelley Admont

Photo credit: https://www.amazon.com/

In the Korean edition of this book, a bunny named Jimmy starts loving fruits and vegetables after a mishap in the kitchen while trying to get his hands on some candy.

Other Children’s Books for learning Korean

Here are more picture books and reading books that you can check to help you learn Korean.

Sori’s Harvest Moon Day – Uk Bae Lee

Danbi Leads the School Parade – Anna Kim

Where’s Halmoni? – Julie Kim

No Kimchi For Me! – Aram Kim

Korean Celebrations: Festivals, Holidays and Traditions – Tina Cho

Why you should learn Korean with Korean children’s books

As much as we may hope for it, none of us can completely learn the Korean language overnight. And though you may consume a lot of Korean movies, dramas, and music, sometimes you may feel discouraged by how little of it you actually understand. Books for young kids all over the world are designed to be simple and easy to understand. The same goes for Korean children’s books which are made for Korean children.

By reading and learning through children’s books, you can also familiarize yourself with South Korea. Specifically the Korean culture, Korean families, Korean celebrations, and food through different fun stories. These are often presented as graphic novels through a picture book too.

You can actually make surprisingly big leaps in your Korean skills simply by reading a book. Yes, even if it’s a very simple picture book. Not just in learning vocabulary and grammar structure, but in increased motivation to keep studying. So why not start reading simple Korean books for children right away while you’re learning Korean!

Which book do you think you’ll read first? What was the last book you’ve read? Do you have your list of favorite books too? Let us know in the comments! These are some topics you can talk to your Korean friends about, too! If you want to support your Korean language studies with some textbooks specifically for learning Korean, here’s a great list!

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Free Right Now, Experienced Native English Teacher

Tue, 2022-01-04 05:07
Classified Ad Type: Neighborhood: Contact person by email

Hi everyone, just a short note to say that I am now available immediately.

As a result of our office closing recently due to a shortage of students, I am now seeking a new position. Ideally I would like to return to the Changwon/Masan/Busan area. My current E2 visa expiry date is in April 2022.

I have been living and working in South Korea since 2003 and have worked in a wide range of situations (public and private) since first arriving here. This has included working twice with the military, as well as public elementary schools and private institutions such as YBM Premier and Jung Chul, and I have lived in many different areas around the country. This has also included a number of years as a TESOL teacher trainer (my latest position). 

Until recently, I had been teaching adults, although a lot of my experience has also included public schools and hagwons. Please note that I do not have kindergarten experience.

As part of my duties, I have been responsible for planning whole syllabi and the lessons contained therein, and this experience also includes planning and executing whole summer and winter camps in both the private and public sectors. More recently, due to the Covid situation, I have transitioned from purely classroom-based instruction to also running online classes using Zoom.

Please contact me through this web site in the first instance if you would like more information about myself (including a resume), or to discuss any opening that you may have.

Andrew :)

Eighteen years in Korea - and counting!

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힘들다 vs 어렵다 | Korean FAQ

Mon, 2022-01-03 18:26

힘들다 and 어렵다 both have similar translations in English, but do not have the same meaning. This means there situations where you shouldn't use one or the other.

Since they have similar translations, they are often used incorrectly. Here's how you can tell the difference between these two verbs.

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힘들다 vs 어렵다 | Korean FAQ

Mon, 2022-01-03 14:00

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$300 Apartment Tour

Mon, 2022-01-03 11:38

See what an apartment in the Bujeon area looks like!

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Female Teacher Looking for a Part-Time Job

Sun, 2022-01-02 05:57
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Contact person by email

Dear Recruiters,

I hope you are doing well. Happy New Year! I wish this year brings you loads of joy, happiness, and prosperity. 

My name is Assel and I am looking for a part-time teaching job in Busan. I am extremely reliant, hard-working, and responsible person by nature, who takes everything with serious dedication and discipline.  I will teach students in your academy and make sure everyone is highly satisfied with my work. I will start as soon as possible. If you are interested, please send an email to  [email protected]

Thanks! Enjoy your day!~

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Starfield Coex Mall, Makeup Haul, Christmas Party, #lifeinkorea #vlogmas2021

Sat, 2022-01-01 11:52
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Korean classes in January!

Sat, 2022-01-01 06:52
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: pnu haeundae seomyon ksu bsu jangsanContact person by email

Busan's Korean Language Institute For Foreigners (KLIFF) is offering classes for everyone.  Make a change by learning Korean this season.  The teachers at KLIFF can help!

Think it takes a year to speak Korean well?  Think again!  In just a  month we can get you speaking with the locals! 

KLIFF is located in two convenient locations: PNU and Haeundae. 

We have as many as 9 levels of Korean ability for you to choose from.  We also offer special lectures targeted toward the Korean proficiency test.

We're open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and available Sunday, too!

Questions or need directions?  Feel free to call us any time at 010-9108-6594, or email to [email protected].  You can also check us out at www.kliff.co.kr
See the map below to our PNU location, call or see our website for Haeundae classes.

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Busan's Korean Language Institute For Foreigners (KLIFF) is offering classes for everyone.  Make a change by learning Korean this season.  The teachers at KLIFF can help!

Think it takes a year to speak Korean well?  Think again!  In just a  month we can get you speaking with the locals! 

KLIFF is located in two convenient locations: PNU and Haeundae. 

We have as many as 9 levels of Korean ability for you to choose from.  We also offer special lectures targeted toward the Korean proficiency test.

We're open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and available Sunday, too!

Questions or need directions?  Feel free to call us any time at 010-9108-6594, or email to [email protected].  You can also check us out at www.kliff.co.kr
See the map below to our PNU location, call or see our website for Haeundae classes.

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Tasty Taiwanese Birthday Noodles in Namcheon | Beef Noodle

Fri, 2021-12-31 23:00

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My Top 10 Favorite Korean Foods

Fri, 2021-12-31 17:42

I've been asked over the years what my favorite Korean food is, but hadn't shared it on my YouTube channel until now.

Enjoy my list of my top 10 favorite foods you can try in Korea.

Which of these have you tried before?

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My Top 10 Favorite Korean Foods

Fri, 2021-12-31 14:00
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100% Reliable and Trustworthy Employment Expert for Pagoda Education Company

Fri, 2021-12-31 00:58
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: All around Korea and online using zoom or webexContact person by email

My name is Benjamin and inam an F6 visa holder. I work with alot of recruiters that help me findnfreelance projects but three of them are particularly amazing and thisnperson, Sally, 김지윤, is one of the all time greats!

She works with people holding F6 Visas. Her email address is [email protected].  Send her your resume and in the introduction emailention you read about her from "Benjamin".

I have a pretty full schedule and recently she has been steadily offering me great new opportunities, sadly I don't have room in my schedule and feel horrible about not being able to help her and losing out on such great projects. 

I am sharing her with the f6 community for two reasons. I want to show appreciation to her for all she continues to do for me and give my f6 community this great resource you may not otherwise find out about. 

Among the many great things Sally does for me, besides exciting online projects with 1:1executives from cool companies,  short term intensive courses with major universities,  providing teaching resources and more....she offers gigs ranging in pay from 30,000 to 50,000 per hour. I have never had a project from her under 45,000 per hour. 

Trust in her. Shenhas opportunities now. Just email her fornonline and face to face opportunities. 

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Live Korean Class -- | [Intermediate] ~아/어/etc. 대다 "Habits"

Thu, 2021-12-30 21:16

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