Yay, me! 대박!

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I am super proud of myself. I studied with TTMIK today. My goal was to complete 5 lessons a day, if possible. I surely did. It was easy for me because I already knew the basic greetings, but I enjoyed it. I don’t know why I didn’t start with this material first. So, I’m on lesson 6 now! Yay me! The notes were easy to understand. I even came up with a way for me to remember the difference in goodbye [leaving] and goodbye [staying]. I always get those two mixed up. Here’s how I can now remember it:

안녕히세요 : 가  “ga” go [If the person is leaving, but you’re staying. “Go in peace.]

안녕히세요 : 계 “gye” stay [If the person is staying, but you’re leaving. “Stay in peace.]

I made it into a little song to help me know correct term, lol.

🎶 Go, go, ga se yo. Stay, stay, gye se yo.🎶 lol.

Also, I’ve learned 2 new words!

사전  dictionary and 맞아다 “that’s right!” 

Needless to say, I felt like the smexy Jang Hyuk’s character in Fated to You [a very good drama. I highly suggest people to watch it.].

Walking around the house so proud of myself, talking to myself, and getting excited when I got the answers in the workbook correct. My kids and nephews looked at me crazy. [lol]

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My goals is to be able to have at least basic conversation without overly thinking by December. Can I do it????? I’m gonna so try! Combining Level 1 lessons 1-5 workbook answers together, I only got 5 wrong. Totally not bad. But, I’m going to continue to study hard and pray that I visit Korea someday!

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Welp, I’m going to end my commentary annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd go watch some Kdramas because what else is there to do at 5:11 AMNOTHING!

Mmmmbwa!💋