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by Childhoodless
Sep 17th, '06, 08:17
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Some translations please!
Replies: 25
Views: 6924

Can someone translate the following? saranghae dongseng deul..ahw jung mal gwi yup dah n.n nohraebang "saranghae" = I love you. "dongseng deul..ahw jung mal gwi yup dah" = Little siblings (or younger people, whichever context works best)..ah, you're really cute. "nohraebang" = (literally "song room...
by Childhoodless
Aug 16th, '06, 21:33
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Some translations please!
Replies: 25
Views: 6924

"Halmeoni" (할머니). The romanization is not exact. I'll try to break it down syllable by syllable. "Hal" -- similar to the word "hall," but using the L/R combination sound. There is no distinct "L" or "R" sound, but there is something in between. "Meo" -- The closest thing I can think of at the moment...
by Childhoodless
Aug 16th, '06, 04:28
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Some translations please!
Replies: 25
Views: 6924

Oh man.. I forgot what context it was in =( Hmm, well, what does "gwi yup dah!" mean o___O;; And, how do I teasingly call someone an old person in korean? "gwi yup dah" means, "[Subject] is cute." And as for calling someone old, there are probably several ways. You can call men "ajuhsshi" (kind of ...
by Childhoodless
Aug 15th, '06, 21:45
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Some translations please!
Replies: 25
Views: 6924

ryobreak wrote:Does "koi" mean anything in korean?
You're going to have to be more specific. Since there's no solid 100% non-ambiguous romanization, that romanized word could mean different things.
by Childhoodless
Aug 14th, '06, 21:13
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Some translations please!
Replies: 25
Views: 6924

Okay, what would I say to an older female friend? oops.. *edits* like, what would I say to a close female friend? Does that word have conotations of formality or something? Older female friends is technically okay. It's not necessarily uberformal to use "nuna." As for "neo/nuh," it's informal. It l...
by Childhoodless
Aug 14th, '06, 05:02
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Some translations please!
Replies: 25
Views: 6924

The term "oppa" is used by females towards certain men. This includes older brothers, boyfriends, older male friends, and probably others (not sure if that's it). As for translation sites, there's always bablefish. But for more English-friendly sites, I personally don't know of any offhand. I think ...
by Childhoodless
Aug 14th, '06, 04:49
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Some translations please!
Replies: 25
Views: 6924

"dongseng"-- little sibling. Not gender specific. "mwo yah! yung uh mal ju se yo n.n " If I'm deciphering this correctly, it's "뭐야! 영어말 주세요." And that's somewhere along the lines of, "Hey! Please give English." It's weird how it's written, using both impolite and polite form, assumedly towards the s...
by Childhoodless
Aug 11th, '06, 18:07
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Hanbando Anti Japan movie
Replies: 109
Views: 14502

This is the problem,, but everyone is running away from it. Let people say what they wants to say. How else are we going to solve any problems. Clearly that the problems in Asia right now. The problem is the fact that the thread has continued on a long tangent that has strayed from the original top...
by Childhoodless
Aug 11th, '06, 17:13
Forum: Japanese Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Hanbando Anti Japan movie
Replies: 109
Views: 14502

Can I request this thread be locked?

It's quite clear it has grown into a feud that has little to do with the movie Hanbando.
by Childhoodless
Aug 1st, '06, 22:09
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: ramen, noodles....stuff
Replies: 72
Views: 11859

Shipping carbonated beverages via mail/FedEx/UPS? Is that the wisest thing to do?

A friend of mine tried shipping a bottle of ramune from California to Indiana. The girl at the other end nearly broke her arm trying to open the bottle because it was so heavily pressurized.
by Childhoodless
Jul 19th, '06, 01:09
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: i have a problem of Korean money
Replies: 18
Views: 7329

"A bowl of noodles" is pretty vague. There's all types of noodles, quality of noodles, and noodle shops. If you want to be real cheap in Seoul, go to the north side of the Han River. The cost of living is far cheaper than the south side. Try not to go to the tourist-y areas, as those will be more ex...
by Childhoodless
May 20th, '06, 17:20
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: King and the Clown (movie)
Replies: 109
Views: 56143

It depends...how much is the shipping? Yesasia has free shipping. Seems shipping to Canada is $12US. So, yesasia is cheaper actually. I think US should be similar price. Yeah, I didn't considere where some of you lived. But it's been my experience that DVDfromKorea is fast shipping. I got an order ...
by Childhoodless
May 20th, '06, 07:18
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: King and the Clown (movie)
Replies: 109
Views: 56143

It's cheaper at dvdfromkorea.com. Even with the $5 coupon.
by Childhoodless
May 20th, '06, 00:40
Forum: Travel
Topic: go to korea...
Replies: 57
Views: 21100

i still get rather annoyed when you patinety queue for a bus, and the old folks will jump the queue, barge in front of you, dig their elbows in and rush for a seat. maybe they are thinking gotta get a seat before this white guy gets one. sitting on a seat isnt my intention. and thats includes every...
by Childhoodless
May 17th, '06, 01:26
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: More Asian movie remakes (ranty, not for the sensitive) -__-
Replies: 89
Views: 24011

They bombed on the casting in my opinion. As for the movie, from everything i've seen, a lot of it is identical. I mean identical. Riddle me this...the korean film is named IL MARE but they changed the american title to soemthing english. Dumbing things down for an audience is never a good idea. IL...
by Childhoodless
May 17th, '06, 01:22
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: More Asian movie remakes (ranty, not for the sensitive) -__-
Replies: 89
Views: 24011

aNToK wrote:Well, at least they mentioned Sidius' production of Il Mare as the story it's based on. Maybe it will lead some smart souls back to the original...
They're legally obligated to cite the original.
by Childhoodless
May 12th, '06, 04:20
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Korean pop star on The O.C.??
Replies: 64
Views: 24120

Néa Vanille wrote:Benjamin McKenzie is definitely too old to be authentically playing a 17-year-old. They all are, really.
The guy is 28 years old.

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1360270/
by Childhoodless
May 10th, '06, 02:26
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: More Asian movie remakes (ranty, not for the sensitive) -__-
Replies: 89
Views: 24011

Wow, rubi is one of the few who doesn't explode into a fiery ball of rage when they hear about remakes of Asian films. One movie yt_toshi didn't mention is the remake of Oldboy. And I believe Jessica Alba is tied to the lead in a remake of Surprise. Personally, I never liked either Bullock or Reeves...
by Childhoodless
May 10th, '06, 00:09
Forum: Travel
Topic: go to korea...
Replies: 57
Views: 21100

I'd love to go to Korea but I heard the natives are really bitter to foreigners. Especially ones coming from the west. Well, with such a negative attitude like that, I'd doubt if anyone wasn't bitter towards you. Sweeping generalizations like that aren't going to win you points in a foreign country...
by Childhoodless
May 6th, '06, 20:21
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Same moments in K-Dramas that gets you frustrated.
Replies: 33
Views: 8858

Technical mistakes such as those are not limited to K-Dramas. There are plenty of other examples of boom mics in shots and obvious evidence of crew members in television and movies, regardless of budget. I know of 2 quick examples right now: Spiderman, and Stargate. There is a scene in which J. Jona...
by Childhoodless
Apr 30th, '06, 02:42
Forum: Travel
Topic: go to korea...
Replies: 57
Views: 21100

I'm with Koulen on this one. :blink

Also, shouldn't you also post a reason why you think Korea is a "must-see" country? Just because a country has "interesting places" doesn't make it a "must-see."
by Childhoodless
Apr 28th, '06, 05:24
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Korean pop star on The O.C.??
Replies: 64
Views: 24120

Maggie Cheung actually just starred in a movie where not only she was the star, but the most unstereotypical asian role (recovering drug addict whose husband left her receiving help from her white father in law) as I have every seen. Saying asians have NO role in pop culture in the US is asinine. W...
by Childhoodless
Apr 26th, '06, 05:20
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Korean pop star on The O.C.??
Replies: 64
Views: 24120

Except for the sensational (eg gory anime, martial arts flicks) asian pop culture has no business in American mainstream. That's something of an objective fact considering how Asians comprise less than 4% of the total American population. What business does it have there? There's no reason for it. ...
by Childhoodless
Apr 26th, '06, 04:03
Forum: International Community
Topic: Korean D-Addicts
Replies: 274
Views: 89120

As far as I know, you can't convert a romanized Korean name to Hanja (Chinese characters). Even if you had a full Korean name, written in Hangeul, you'd still have trouble being able to convert the letters. There are several words in Hanja that can replace the sound of one part of a person's name. N...
by Childhoodless
Apr 2nd, '06, 06:44
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: K-movies discussion
Replies: 501
Views: 103967

There's already a thread on this.

http://www.d-addicts.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=457
by Childhoodless
Mar 30th, '06, 20:10
Forum: Travel
Topic: Korea Trip
Replies: 35
Views: 22395

It's likely you won't find mega-deals for any one thing. I guess you could call the prices reasonable, but it'd more likely be cheaper to buy online rather than in the stores. From place to place, the prices aren't too much different, unless you go to the department stores versus the hole in the wal...
by Childhoodless
Mar 28th, '06, 20:29
Forum: Travel
Topic: Korea Trip
Replies: 35
Views: 22395

Ok, let's not get into the "are Koreans racist?" thing. That's a totally different topic. Yongsan is more than just Space 9. It's a huge area of Seoul, just like Jeongno is. I wouldn't recommend buying a lot from Space 9. Sure, it's 5 (6?) stories of pure electronics goods, but they aren't extremely...
by Childhoodless
Mar 25th, '06, 04:41
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: i have a problem of Korean money
Replies: 18
Views: 7329

Perhaps if you gave more specifics about it, we could help you out. For all we know, someone could be complaining that 10,000 won is far too much for a can of Coke. And it would be. It's possible that the subbers were trying to say 10,000 dollars, but forget to convert currency markers. So yeah, som...
by Childhoodless
Mar 18th, '06, 05:39
Forum: JDrama Discussions
Topic: [Discussion] Rondo
Replies: 155
Views: 34450

Anyone know when the OST comes out?
by Childhoodless
Mar 15th, '06, 02:12
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Learning Korean
Replies: 213
Views: 117519

Wow. pc took an awful long time in explaining the difference between 알아 and 알았어. Simply put, it's a difference betwen present and past tense. That's all you really need to know. A good English equivalent is "I know," and "I got it (already)." In that sense, "OK" can work too, but literally. "알어" (ar...
by Childhoodless
Mar 12th, '06, 23:09
Forum: JDrama Discussions
Topic: [Discussion] Rondo
Replies: 155
Views: 34450

I have a theory (from ep 6 and on): So now that we know that Ryujiro isn't the one who killed Takumi's father, I think I have an idea who might be the one who pulled the trigger. Now, this is a wild-eyed theory, and it's got a very good chance at being wrong. There are plenty of holes, but I don't k...
by Childhoodless
Mar 5th, '06, 23:06
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Learning Korean
Replies: 213
Views: 117519

The Sogang site has some spoken parts in there that can help. It has a pronounciation section for letters and whatnot. I'd suggest going there first. It'll help so much more in the long run rather than learning whole words first. And as mentioned before, the Arirang TV "Let's Speak Korean" show help...
by Childhoodless
Mar 4th, '06, 06:46
Forum: JDrama Discussions
Topic: [Discussion] Rondo
Replies: 155
Views: 34450

I think Takumi's father is originally Japanese, and his mother Korean. It stands to reason they met and married in Japan, and for whatever reason, moved to Korea. I have reservations believing both parents are full blooded Korean, or else both parents would've been wearing hanbok in that wedding pi...
by Childhoodless
Feb 28th, '06, 19:50
Forum: JDrama Discussions
Topic: [Discussion] Rondo
Replies: 155
Views: 34450

Something I noticed in ep 5. It might be a bit spoilerish, so watch out. When Akira (Takumi's cousin) visits Takumi/Sho's mother near the beginning of the episode, we discover that she's originally Korean. Akira asks for what the subtitles call "pancakes with syrup." Unless what I heard was actually...
by Childhoodless
Feb 9th, '06, 06:09
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Should subbers get paid?
Replies: 17
Views: 5508

I'm surprised no one has yet to bring up the legal ramifications of paid fansubbing. As per the Berne Convention, translation of a copyrighted work without authorization is illegal. It is also illegal to redistribue copyrighted material, which fansubbers do. Many countries have signed the Berne Conv...
by Childhoodless
Jan 14th, '06, 10:24
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Learning Korean
Replies: 213
Views: 117519

Haha, sorry! I mean .. if araseyo = ok (is that what it means?) then ara = ok as well? then aro = ok as well? then why do they have different endings? like -seyo, -a, -o etc?? does tha tmake more sense? If I'm reading this correctly (which is difficult to tell, since romanization of Korean isn't al...
by Childhoodless
Jan 2nd, '06, 10:58
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: What is your favorite Kmovie?
Replies: 226
Views: 73838

http://www.hrw.org/iff-97/filmko/lee.html Gives a general idea about the plot without spoiling too much. This movie made me aware of Korean cinema, I think the next one i saw after that was 301,302 that's great too by the way and also deserves at least an honorable mention, but the DVD is terrible....
by Childhoodless
Dec 30th, '05, 20:32
Forum: Korean Actors & Actresses
Topic: All about Bi <3
Replies: 771
Views: 123698

Martha Stewart has her brand of domestic diva, Donald Trump as the real-estate maverick, Oprah as Media's Queen. When Martha went to prison, her stocks plunged, and they are still in the process of re-establishing the strenght of the Martha Stewart brand. If Oprah was involved in an incident which ...
by Childhoodless
Dec 30th, '05, 20:12
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: What is your favorite Kmovie?
Replies: 226
Views: 73838

- A Hot Roof (first K-movie i ever saw & still one of the best, wish there was a dvd, i wish i wish) I'm currently waiting for my order of Sympathy for Lady Vengeance , Welcome to Dongmakgol and The Big Scene . I hope one (or all of them) are as good as the ones above and maybe make me revise that ...
by Childhoodless
Dec 23rd, '05, 11:14
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: What is your favorite Kmovie?
Replies: 226
Views: 73838

I'm not too surprised at the popularity of My Sassy Girl . However, it's not close to my favorite, although it holds some sentimental value for me. I've seen many many Korean films, some many of you have ever heard of. But by far, I'm extremely shocked that no one has listed Seopyonje at all. It's o...
by Childhoodless
Dec 22nd, '05, 06:45
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Volcano High
Replies: 31
Views: 14468

Actually, Whasango translated from Korean is Volcano High. You can still find versions out there under "Volcano High."

A better rule of thumb to follow is to avoid any version of the dvd that has all the rappers (Snoop Dogg and the rest) in front. Any other version should be kosher.
by Childhoodless
Dec 15th, '05, 06:55
Forum: Travel
Topic: Ways of Getting to Japan
Replies: 39
Views: 14718

Since you're in college, you might want to go for something like the Education Abroad program. I don't know how it is elsewhere, but my school had that program. It costs pretty much the same as regular tuition, room and board. You'll be taking similar or the same courses in Japan as you would in the...
by Childhoodless
Dec 15th, '05, 06:49
Forum: KDrama Discussions
Topic: Full House (KBS2, 2004)
Replies: 397
Views: 123308

I opted for the "probably shouldn't miss it" vote. It's a good series and all, but it's not stupendous. It's very repetitive at times with the give and take. And a few parts were beyond unnecessary. But overall, I think it was alright. The relationship conflicts felt substantial. It didn't always fe...
by Childhoodless
Dec 14th, '05, 08:14
Forum: Korean Actors & Actresses
Topic: Best looking Korean Women
Replies: 516
Views: 198682

I don't have the information right in front of me right now, but I believe Gu Hye Joo is not an actress by trade. If memory serves, she was Miss Korea in 2000. I think she was in just one drama or movie at one point or another. She's pretty good at avoiding attention otherwise. There is very little ...
by Childhoodless
Dec 14th, '05, 06:34
Forum: Korean Actors & Actresses
Topic: Best looking Korean Women
Replies: 516
Views: 198682

^Her name is 구혜주 (Gu Hye Joo).
by Childhoodless
Dec 14th, '05, 03:46
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: What song are you listening part 1
Replies: 205
Views: 22219

I'm listening to Canon in D, as done by some guy with an electric guitar. It's really really good.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... 1670441597
by Childhoodless
Dec 13th, '05, 10:38
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Il Mare remake (The Lake House)
Replies: 27
Views: 11823

and there were rumors that they casted Jessica Alba. That rumor is more than likely false. She's connected to a different remake, called Surprise Party. It's based off of a Korean film called Surprise. I highly doubt she's going to do two remakes of Korean films. As for The Lake House, I'd probably...
by Childhoodless
Dec 13th, '05, 05:38
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: What languages do you know?
Replies: 485
Views: 111263

I know a good deal of Korean, but most of the time still rely on subtitles. I guess it's mostly because I'm too lazy to actually listen to the people talking, and just read. If I actually pay full attention, I can pick up most of what people say.
by Childhoodless
Dec 10th, '05, 01:07
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: What's your MAJOR??
Replies: 372
Views: 69945

Film Studies. It's not as cracked up as it sounds. You're almost guaranteed to not have a job or enough money for about 10 years.
by Childhoodless
Dec 9th, '05, 09:10
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: Post your pictures thread!!! Post them!
Replies: 3136
Views: 706373

Wait, your cousin a can of Coke? :P
by Childhoodless
Dec 2nd, '05, 23:04
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Learning Korean
Replies: 213
Views: 117519

When it was my turn to pronounce the Korean word for grandfather (hal-ah-beo-ji), my friend spontaneously broke into laughter. The reason? Not knowing the difference between beo-ji and bo-ji I had pronounced the last syllable in grandfather like boji. .... I STILL can't pronounce grandfather withou...
by Childhoodless
Nov 30th, '05, 21:26
Forum: Korean Actors & Actresses
Topic: All about Bi <3
Replies: 771
Views: 123698

I would love to see SHK and Tae-hyun Cha in a movie. They should call it My Sassy Girl 2. SHK beating the crap out of Tae-hyun would be quite a sight to see :whistling: :wub: They're both going to star in the new film, My Girl and I. They both play high school students. It comes out in Korea in lat...
by Childhoodless
Nov 30th, '05, 04:49
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Learning Korean
Replies: 213
Views: 117519

Is that $40 a lesson, or what? Got any more information on that program, joonggook?
by Childhoodless
Nov 30th, '05, 00:49
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: So.. What was the first drama you watched??
Replies: 1694
Views: 275976

The first series that I invested my time in was Densha Otoko. Before that, I caught an episode or two of Letter to the Parents. And even before that, I would just randomly watch whatever came on Korean tv for maybe 5 minutes, then get bored and change channels.
by Childhoodless
Nov 30th, '05, 00:44
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: How did you get introduced to K-Drama?
Replies: 185
Views: 39809

I've known for their existence and potency for a while, probably since the time the recent Korean Wave made big news internationally. I was acutely aware of their addictive properties. For that reason alone, I stayed away from them. I knew that I would be sucked in if I caved. Only very recently did...
by Childhoodless
Nov 28th, '05, 10:29
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: The D-Addicts Birthday Thread
Replies: 533
Views: 70466

September 2.

The most famous person to share this day is Keanu Reeves (I don't like him at all).
by Childhoodless
Nov 28th, '05, 10:19
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Asian food battle
Replies: 90
Views: 19221

I chose kimchi. I can eat all kinds of kimchi with almost any meal. Of course, if it's like a kimchi-burger or a kimchi hot dog, then that's out of the question. Pho--I've tried it, and to my chagrin, it wasn't as tasty as everyone said it would be. It is very possible I just got a bad batch. I'm op...
by Childhoodless
Nov 28th, '05, 09:59
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: What's your ethinicity??
Replies: 737
Views: 83619

Korean-American. I was once told that I had a very Korean face. Of course, that was given in the context of me being surrounded by a whole bunch of Japanese friends. I'm still not sure whether or not I should regard that remark as a compliment.
by Childhoodless
Nov 28th, '05, 00:42
Forum: Life & Relationships
Topic: How old are you?
Replies: 419
Views: 99388

I suddenly feel really old when the option for my age bracket is listed as "21+." It's like I'm lumped in with the middle aged and senior citizens. =p

I'm 24, by the way.
by Childhoodless
Nov 26th, '05, 08:37
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Racism
Replies: 135
Views: 25504

As per teamFun's request, the title has been changed to just "Racism." And I disagree with all those who believe the thread to be closed or that the discussion is either moot or useless. It seems that we got a lot of good information and some perspective on the issue. Talking about it is the first s...
by Childhoodless
Nov 25th, '05, 23:10
Forum: Korean Actors & Actresses
Topic: Best looking Korean Women
Replies: 516
Views: 198682

I have to say, even though I think most of these girls are pretty good looking and hot, I'm going with Song Hye Gyo. She holds a certain charm in her looks, that initially, I didn't see. But after watching her act, I can see why she's the most popular choice.
by Childhoodless
Nov 25th, '05, 10:32
Forum: Korean Actors & Actresses
Topic: Song Hye Kyo fan thread
Replies: 743
Views: 277521

I loved her character in Full House. I see her as a pretty girl-next-door type of beauty. I'm not sure I'd categorize that sort of thing under "hot" for me.
by Childhoodless
Nov 23rd, '05, 22:30
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Racism
Replies: 135
Views: 25504

I don't think calling each other morons is productive. It reduces us all when we have to resort to name calling. Also, it adds nothing to the discussion at hand. Like aNToK has mentioned, this thread itself has turned into a game of "gossip." My initial reasoning for posting such a thread has actual...
by Childhoodless
Nov 21st, '05, 07:52
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Racism
Replies: 135
Views: 25504

Racism

nytimes.com

Personally, I got nothing against the Japanese. I have Japenese friends. But this really irks me. And it seems I'm the only person I know who is offended.

Am I alone in this?
by Childhoodless
Nov 19th, '05, 22:36
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Shadowless Sword (2005, movie)
Replies: 22
Views: 9466

I believe it comes out in the coming weeks in Korea.

Good news for us in the States, it comes out January(?) here. Although it'll more than likely be a limited release. I think Newline is distributing.
by Childhoodless
Nov 17th, '05, 21:58
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Learning Korean
Replies: 213
Views: 117519

I recall a linguistics professor saying that every language is difficult in its own way, whether it be the grammar or the vocabulary, etc etc. I don't think there's any "easier" language. It will always be more difficult to pick up a second language than it is the first. It's all a matter of perspec...
by Childhoodless
Nov 14th, '05, 11:05
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Learning Korean
Replies: 213
Views: 117519

Now, don't quote me on this. In fact, those who are more fluent than I am, chime in if I'm wrong (this is one of many words that I'm stil confused with). But I recall learning that "dangshin," while meaning "you" in terms of affection, it can also be used to mean "you" in an almost derogatory contex...
by Childhoodless
Nov 14th, '05, 00:02
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Need help identifying music or songs from dramas? Ask here!
Replies: 534
Views: 188862

Does anyone have the opening theme song to Kikenna Aneki? It's got no lyrics, and there's nothing I can find on it.
by Childhoodless
Nov 9th, '05, 08:12
Forum: Korean Culture & Entertainment
Topic: Learning Korean
Replies: 213
Views: 117519

Pimsleur...from personal experience, it's not the greatest teacher. I had already started formally learning Korean in classes when I got a hold of Pimsleur's Korean. And I thought it'd be nice to compare and contrast the two. I have to say, Pimsleur is only good if you have no other means of learnin...