I sux at journaling, lol.

안녕! 모해요? 좋아요!

Hey! I know that I sux at journaling or keeping this updated, but…..I have been studying. I’ve crammed a lot into this brain as of lately. I’ve learned how to describe a person’s look, how to combine sentences, and etc. I’m getting more comfortable speaking without looking at my notes, however, there are days when I struggle. That’s okay. It’s all part of learning. I still have a goal to take the TOPIK exam, but it’ll have to wait, which is fine.

Besides studying with  my tutors, I’m still using the TTMIK curriculum and I started Unit 5 on the Active Korean 1 curriculum. I haven’t started my verb book, which I would probably do over the weekend. I still have my Korean 1 stuff [that I’ve originally started with]. I’ll get back to it. Welps, that’s all I wanted to say. Whatever you’re doing your life right now, good luck!

Mmmmmmmmmbwa!

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It’s been awhile…

Aish!~

I’m still on my goal of studying Hangul, despite some distractions that I’ve had. I have 2 teachers from 2 different provinces, so their dialect is different, lol. I study with Doo every morning using casual and informal speaking. I study with Jin Ah twice a week using casual and formal speaking. Jin Ah is from the Gyeonggi Province [although, she lives in the US now] and has a Seoul dialect. The Seoul dialect is considered standard Korean, which is used in textbooks and other learning materials for those who wish to learn/speak/write in Korean. Doo is from Daegu, which is the Gyeongsang Province and has the Gyeongsang dialect. Both dialects are completely different, lol. Gyeongsang dialect is said to be more masculine/manly, harsh, and the variations of low and high pitch whereas some said that the Gyeonggi dialect is a bit mild and flat. I like both dialects, however, in the dramas I’m more bias when I hear the Gyeongsang dialect from the guy. It just sounds so good, lol.

I’ve made it to level 2 in my TTMIK curriculm, but I still go over level 1, so I don’t forget it and use it as a reminder for myself. Do it get confusing for me when I hear the different dialects? At first, no lie, it did. But, now, not so much. When I speak to Jin Ah, I speak in the Seoul dialect. With Doo, it’s the Gyeongsang dialect. I no longer mix it up and trust me, they know it when I do, lol.

Moving on~

It’s noted that I enjoy watching Kdramas on my tablet. I’m even loud in my laughter or visibly anxious on tough scenes. However, I’m not watching it everyday [unless I’m sucked in]. So, I don’t consider myself a hardcore Kdrama watcher or watch only my favorite actor/actress [bias] or a specific genre. If it’s interesting, I’ll watch. Having said that, I came across a drama, as I set up to finish watching “Fight My Way,” that reminded me of the Brad Pitt movie “Cool World.” The name of the drama is W.

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This drama came out last year and I’m already hooked after watching 2 episodes. If you’d seen “Cool World,” then you would love this. And OMG, Lee Jong Suk is fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiine. I don’t want to give anything away or give you a brief synopsis. Go watch it. Gooooooooooo!

Mmmmmbwa!💋