Top Searches for Today
The top searches on this blog for the day are:
michael j blog korea teaching english
korean cultural differences dating
sound of english korean
how to pronounce i want to eat in korean words
I don’t know who Michael J is, but if one of my readers does, and he has a blog, leave a comment and we’ll clue this searcher in.
Gotten a couple searches for “dating Americans” and “korean cultural differences dating.” It would be interesting to write a post for Koreans who were interested in dating Americans, but that would be a long post, as there is a lot to cover. If you really want to see a full-on comparative cultural analysis of Korean and American dating, leave a comment and say so and I’ll do my best.
“sound of english korean” is a bit ambiguous. The person who searched for “how to pronounce i want to eat in korean words” has searched for this term on my blog a couple times now, so I’ll try to help. Dear reader, I’m not sure if you want to see this written phonetically, in Romanized script, or in Hangul, so we’ll do it all.
muh go ship uh yo / meogosipeoyo / 먹고 싶어요 There’s no pronoun necessary, and so I didn’t include it. If you need the pronoun, it is “na noon” (with the “oo” pronounced like “good,” not like “moon.”) / na neun / 나는, and it precedes the rest of the sentence. This is speaking informally. If you need to say it to someone higher in status or a stranger, then say “je noon.”