Do it like me

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This podcast is made for you to learn Korean language. Learn Korean with Andrew& Enn! Andrew is a Korean. Enn is a Filipino. We are going to cover many Korean expressions with you guys!

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Description
This podcast is made for you to learn Korean language. Learn Korean with Andrew& Enn! Andrew is a Korean. Enn is a Filipino. We are going to cover many Korean expressions with you guys!
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2018-12-20 08:46
last episode published
2016-08-30 15:53
publication frequency
14.23 days
Contributors
Andrew& Enn author  
Andrew Lee owner  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
10
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
30.08.2016

14: 문제 없어요 / Walang problema

Listen to this episode and learn when to use the expression “문제 없어요” which means no problem.
Enn author
11.08.2016

13: 괜찮아요? Okay ka lang ba?

Listen and find out more about how this expression “Okay ka lang ba?” or [gwaen-chan-na-yo?] / 괜찮아요? can be used. Literally, 괜찮아요 means “I’m okay, I’m fine, I’m alright.” Everyone? Are you alright? We hope you’re alright ? Let us know by commenting us ...
Enn author
4.08.2016

12: 잠시만요 / Sandali lang po

In this episode, we talk about the expressions you can use when you needed someone to wait for you in a second or in a minute or when you want to say “Just a moment, please, please hold on, etc.” These expressions are in formal and casual way to get so...
Enn author
29.06.2016

11: 모르겠어요 / Hindi ko alam

Thank you for staying tuned with us. In this episode, you can learn how to say the expression “Hindi ko alam” or I don’t know which is [mo-reu-ge-sseo-yo] / 모르겠어요 in Korean. Listen and find out more about it. Sample Sentence 1. 이게 무슨 뜻인지 잘 모르겠어요 [I’m n...
Enn author
18.06.2016

10: 제발 / Pakiusap

On this episode, we talked about the expression ‘pakiusap’ [je-bal] 제발. Je-bal is one of the expressions that is commonly used in chatting or in textbooks. You may use this expression to make a strong request or in a situation like pleading for somethi...
Enn author
6.06.2016

9: 맛있어요 / Masarap

Koreans say [ma-si-sseo-yo] 맛있어요 when the food tastes delicious. In tagalog, [ma-si-sseo-yo] 맛있어요 is masarap. Listen and find out the other sentences in our podcast. Example sentences: Let us know what Korean food you consider the most delicious in Kor...
Enn author
23.05.2016

8: 주세요 / Pahinge po

We talked about the expression pahinge po that is “ju-se-yo / 주세요” in Korean. Learn how to ask and tell someone ‘to give’ you something. Listen and find out the other usages of this this expression. As an example, a teacher in Oncub called her student ...
Enn author
6.05.2016

7: 있어요 없어요 / Meron Wala

The Korean expression, i-sseo-yo / 있어요 meaning “there is or it exists” is Meron or ‘Mayroon’ in tagalog. Its opposite, eop-seo-yo / 없어요 is wala which means “there isn’t or it doesn’t exist.” Here below is our question for everyone who is learning Korea...
Enn author
6.05.2016

6: 실례합니다 / Excuse me

On this episode, we talked about the expression, “excuse me” which can be shil-lye-ham-ni-da / 실례합니다, jwue-song-ha-ji-man / 죄송하지만, and jeo-gi-yo / 저기요 in Korean. As an example, you want to pass through the crowd of people, you can say, Another example ...
Enn author
24.04.2016

5: 네 아니요 / Oo Hindi

In Korean, when you want to express your agreement to what the other person said, say “ne” / 네. However, when you want to express your disagreement to what the other person said, say “a-ni-yo” / 아니요. Do you listen to our podcast or following us? Let us...
Enn author