Anonymous said: could you please name textbooks that you have used for studying korean~~~ from beginning to your current level

Sogang Korean 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B (plus workbooks)
Korean in 100 Hours 3 & 4
Yonsei Korean 3-1, 3-2, 4-1, 4-2, 5-1, 5-2 (plus workbooks)
Yonsei Korean Reading 3, 4, 5
Yonsei Korean Writing 3, 4
Current Affairs Korean

Italicized are books for my 선택반 / elective classes at Yonsei. Not sure if you’d be able to find them outside of campus.

Now that I think about all the money I’ve spent on books, I’mma cries… ㅠ-ㅠ

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Anonymous said: I'm with you! *puts hand up* ... few seconds later 100000000 others girls put their hands up!

ahahahahaha I think you’re overestimating how many followers I have by several million

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Anonymous said: -admires from afar- I wish we could be friends. ㅠ_ㅠ;;

what are you doing so far away

come here, you. have a cup of juice, and we can watch dumb videos on youtube and paint nails and talk about boys and tell embarrassing stories and maybe eat pizza too OK WHO’S WITH ME

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Anonymous said: omg if you become a korean tutor, i would do anything to have you as my tutor haha :)

This makes me so happy, you have no clue. C:

Maybe someday I’ll add Korean lessons to this blog idk hah.

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Anonymous said: do you purposely skip anon questions/only answer afew at a time because only afew of my questions have been answered >< not trying to rush you or anything i was just wondering if you got them or if tumblr ate them

It’s usually just a time thing. I tend to answer asks when I have small chunks of time to kill, so if a particular ask requires a long answer, I might put it off for later when I have time to properly write out my response. But, then of course, there’s the chance that it’ll get buried under new messages and I’ll forget about it;;

I have had issues with tumblr eating messages before, however, (people off anon have mentioned sending me stuff, but I never got anything from them) so if it’s something important that you’d really like an answer to, try asking again~.

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Day 42: This was the most boring day ever and nothing special happened. (?_?) But I woke up in a good mood (rare) and treated myself to a caramel frap, so no complaints!

Day 43: Such a wonderful day in Insadong with my classmates. Made some really good Korea memories, and also bought some ddeok from my most favoritest of favorite ddeok jips~. Ahhhhh yum.

Day 44: Bought a new ring, and a very pretty floral print dress for spring. The dress looked pretty “meh” on the rack, and it was tucked away in a corner of the store where no one would really find it, so I hesitated on even picking it up. But I’m so glad I tried it on, because it’s so flattering and feminine and the fabric is nice and airy. Going to wear it on my date tomorrow for Chunsa and mine’s 150 days.^^ Maybe heels too??


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watching hair tutorials on youtube and i just…

girls are amazing creatures.


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떡 떡 떡 goose


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Anonymous said: this may sound complicated but like how many hours a day do you study korean and how many times a week? oh and do you ever get nervous speaking korean infront of people?

I take classes 4 hours a day, 5 days a week in Korea. And when I was in America, I took them 45 minutes a day, 5 days a week (plus 2 hours of weekly tutoring.)

Not going to lie, I’m kind of lazy and I don’t do much additional studying outside of class unless I have an assignment or project due;; (But I am planning on cracking down next school year to start prepping for the TOPIK exam, so that’s gotta change.) I watch Korean TV in my free time which I can’t really call ‘studying’ but it does help with listening and learning native intonation~. Um, and all my Kakao convos are in Korean, so that’s writing practice maybe??

I used to get nervous in the beginning (L1-2) but I really don’t these days, at least 99% of the time. Phone calls, talking to my landlord, chatting on the subway, daily life stuff, blah blah, all fine. The only time I get nervous is in really formal situations, like interviews or solo presentations.

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Anonymous said: ahhhh how was 쌈지길 인사동?? i want to go there soo badly it's on my bucket list ㅜㅜ

The atmosphere is really nice~. The shopping is only so-so in my opinion — quite expensive, and mostly just jewelry/accessories/stationary items. The kind of stuff you might find at a craft fair. But lovely for taking pictures or just leisurely walking around, enjoying the weather.^^

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Anonymous said: Do you think that 1,2 million won per month would be enough to live in Seoul? (I plan on living on campus) thank you~

That is more than enough, for sure. With that budget, you can basically do, eat, drink, buy whatever you want.

I’m jealous! .o.

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