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Post by dima » Mar 6th, '06, 17:12

JoSungMo wrote:Geez .. This thread is getting weird.
What I'd like to know is .. Where did you guys do the translation? I can't understand half of your saying.

BTW dima .. Sweden robbed your gold medals in Hockey :D muwahahaa!
Heja Sverige! Suomi sisu .. leijona? was not strong enough to defeat tre kronor.
I don't associate much with "ice hokey men" (anyone else found that weird in olympic tv broadcasts?)... If I were, I'd say Finland robbed of victory in hockey. So Leijonat losing to Swedish ***** enlargers :whistling: was just a sweet aftertaste :cheers: see I'm an alien here :lol

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Post by dima » Mar 6th, '06, 17:18

skachild wrote:
skachild wrote:im just want to know how to say this few words in korean:
1) good morning
2) good night
3) thank you
4) sorry
5) sad
6) stupid
7) angry
8} how are you
9) i love you :wub:
10) what!!
11) good bye
hope u guys can help me with this hehe... :roll
i only speak english, chinese and malay :salut:
i post this at what language do you know topic but doesnt got any response... can some help me here :cry: :cry:
thanx in advanced :thumright: :-)
Let's learn google together!

http://langintro.com/kintro/ and
http://rki.kbs.co.kr/learn_korean/text_ ... ext/1e.htm or perhaps
http://www.google.com/search?q=ISBN%3A+0804835101 ? :whistling:

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Post by JoSungMo » Mar 6th, '06, 20:29

dima wrote:
JoSungMo wrote:Geez .. This thread is getting weird.
What I'd like to know is .. Where did you guys do the translation? I can't understand half of your saying.

BTW dima .. Sweden robbed your gold medals in Hockey :D muwahahaa!
Heja Sverige! Suomi sisu .. leijona? was not strong enough to defeat tre kronor.
I don't associate much with "ice hokey men" (anyone else found that weird in olympic tv broadcasts?)... If I were, I'd say Finland robbed of victory in hockey. So Leijonat losing to Swedish ***** enlargers :whistling: was just a sweet aftertaste :cheers: see I'm an alien here :lol
이싸람이!
Dima, so did you learn anything new while you were in Korea? Where did you stay?

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Post by skachild » Mar 7th, '06, 00:18

thanx for the link... really help me a lot... :thumright: :thumright:
Image :w00t: :cheers:

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Post by tdkyo » Mar 7th, '06, 03:51

저는 한국말 and English에 fluent 합니가, 한국말 좀 딸리지만....

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Post by soojin » Mar 7th, '06, 11:56

:-) HI
I´m from Garmany. i love Koea ( culture, Hangeul and korean drama) I want lear more about Korea and make friendship from Korea. my dream is to learn korean language! :| please halp me, I can halp you learn Garman! :unsure: Sorry but my English is not the best. hope it doese´t disturbe you!!!!!!!

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Post by JoSungMo » Mar 7th, '06, 21:16

soojin wrote::-) HI
I´m from Garmany. i love Koea ( culture, Hangeul and korean drama) I want lear more about Korea and make friendship from Korea. my dream is to learn korean language! :| please halp me, I can halp you learn Garman! :unsure: Sorry but my English is not the best. hope it doese´t disturbe you!!!!!!!
See Dima's link and this link http://www.d-addicts.com/forums/viewtop ... torder=asc
This will get you through the basic...
If you're stuck ... post here. There is always helpfull peeps in here.

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Post by stupoh » Mar 8th, '06, 07:23

JoSungMo wrote:Geez .. This thread is getting weird.
What I'd like to know is .. Where did you guys do the translation? I can't understand half of your saying.
Oh so you are korean and you dont understand also? Phew, i thought my korean was so bad i couldnt understand those.. :scratch:
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Post by mentlkase » Mar 9th, '06, 20:40

한국에 멧년살고자하는대...

한국에 게신분들, 질문이멧가지있음.

대기업 시험 영어로덴건없죠 ?

한글이....즘딸려서... 영어가릭이긴 싫고.


미국 Financial 회사들은 한국에있나요 ?

고대 Business School 유학하면 한국에서 일자리 얻는게쉬워질가요?

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Post by chunu » Mar 9th, '06, 21:13

I love KOREAN....hope to visit there someday :wub:
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Post by Sunshine_36 » Mar 9th, '06, 21:55

How do you write i love You in korean? Thanks
:wub: Tristan + Isolde :wub:

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Post by dima » Mar 10th, '06, 13:39

JoSungMo wrote:
dima wrote:
JoSungMo wrote:Geez .. This thread is getting weird.
What I'd like to know is .. Where did you guys do the translation? I can't understand half of your saying.

BTW dima .. Sweden robbed your gold medals in Hockey :D muwahahaa!
Heja Sverige! Suomi sisu .. leijona? was not strong enough to defeat tre kronor.
I don't associate much with "ice hokey men" (anyone else found that weird in olympic tv broadcasts?)... If I were, I'd say Finland robbed of victory in hockey. So Leijonat losing to Swedish ***** enlargers :whistling: was just a sweet aftertaste :cheers: see I'm an alien here :lol
이싸람이!
Dima, so did you learn anything new while you were in Korea? Where did you stay?
I guess the most important thing I learnt was that there's a lot more to Korea than just the language :scratch:

I sure learnt quite a bit, but I also became disillusioned - I will never be able to learn, let alone accept the culture, so many things are exclusively for domestic consumption, culture seems to be changing rather quickly, so I could just wait until I'm old and bald and come visit the new completely sane westernized Korea then? Dunno, something like that :-( I stayed on Kyunnghee Seoul campus and travelled around a bit.

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Post by soojin » Mar 10th, '06, 18:52

thank you!!!!

I wanted to ask that is there a software which u
can install on ur computer so that u can write korean
with the usual keyboard? i asked here in the comptuer
shops but they dont have any. :-)

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Post by h@lfb0y » Mar 10th, '06, 19:05

soojin wrote:thank you!!!!

I wanted to ask that is there a software which u
can install on ur computer so that u can write korean
with the usual keyboard? i asked here in the comptuer
shops but they dont have any. :-)

take care
I think you don't have to buy any software.

If you are using MS Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you can add input method for different languages such as Chinese, Japanese or Korean from Control Panel's Regional Language Option. If you are using pre Windows 2000, such as windows 98, you can install Input method editor from Microsoft
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/dow ... stall.mspx

Macintosh OS X also has similar built-in IME.

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Post by pdk001 » Mar 10th, '06, 23:26

skachild wrote:
skachild wrote:im just want to know how to say this few words in korean:
1) good morning 좋은 아침
2) good night 잘 자
3) thank you 고마워(informal) 고마워요, 고맙습니다.
4) sorry 미안(informal) 미안해요, 미안합니다. 죄송합니다.
5) sad 슬프다
6) stupid 어리석은, 바보
7) angry 화난
8} how are you? 어떻게 지내?
9) i love you :wub: 사랑해(informal), 사랑해요, 사랑합니다.
10) what!! 뭐?(informal) 뭐요? 뭐가요?
11) good bye 잘 가
hope u guys can help me with this hehe... :roll
i only speak english, chinese and malay :salut:
i post this at what language do you know topic but doesnt got any response... can some help me here :cry: :cry:
thanx in advanced :thumright: :-)
i hope its not late for you

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Post by pdk001 » Mar 10th, '06, 23:28

tdkyo wrote:저는 한국말 and English에 fluent 합니가, 한국말 좀 딸리지만....
are you a native english?

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Post by pdk001 » Mar 10th, '06, 23:30

soojin wrote::-) HI
I´m from Garmany. i love Koea ( culture, Hangeul and korean drama) I want lear more about Korea and make friendship from Korea. my dream is to learn korean language! :| please halp me, I can halp you learn Garman! :unsure: Sorry but my English is not the best. hope it doese´t disturbe you!!!!!!!
welcome to K-drama and good luck germany for 2006 worldcup

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Post by pdk001 » Mar 10th, '06, 23:36

mentlkase wrote:한국에 멧년살고자하는대...

한국에 게신분들, 질문이멧가지있음.

대기업 시험 영어로덴건없죠 ?

한글이....즘딸려서... 영어가릭이긴 싫고.


미국 Financial 회사들은 한국에있나요 ?

고대 Business School 유학하면 한국에서 일자리 얻는게쉬워질가요?
영어 못하면 대기업 못 들어가요, 그리고 아직까지도 IMF에서 벗어나지 못해서 지금 실업자가 300만명에 육박하고요,
영어 잘하시면 영어강사는 쉽게 할수 있을꺼예요

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Post by pdk001 » Mar 10th, '06, 23:38

Sunshine_36 wrote:How do you write i love You in korean? Thanks
you can say 사랑해 in informal
and also say 사랑해요, or 사랑합니다. in formal

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Post by mentlkase » Mar 11th, '06, 02:13


영어 못하면 대기업 못 들어가요
영어는잘하죠... 미국서 15년 살았는대 ㅋ ㅋ . 문젠는 한글읽는 속도가 늘려서, 영어로덴개있으면 저에게 큰도음델거같아서, 물어봤음. 답장써조서 ㄱ ㅅ .

그리고 질문 하나더있음.... USC 한국에서 인정헤주는대학 라고들었는데.... 진짜그런가 굼굼 하내요...

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Post by pdk001 » Mar 11th, '06, 03:30

mentlkase wrote:

영어 못하면 대기업 못 들어가요
영어는잘하죠... 미국서 15년 살았는대 ㅋ ㅋ . 문젠는 한글읽는 속도가 늘려서, 영어로덴개있으면 저에게 큰도음델거같아서, 물어봤음. 답장써조서 ㄱ ㅅ .

그리고 질문 하나더있음.... USC 한국에서 인정헤주는대학 라고들었는데.... 진짜그런가 굼굼 하내요...
늦게 영어 공부 시작해서 전 하나도 못해요...
USC가 뭐예요? 나중에 한국에서 취직할려고요?

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Post by mentlkase » Mar 11th, '06, 07:49

대학이름.... 한국에서 유학온서람들많아서 이름이 좋을것같았는데....

한국살면 일해야죠. 대학원가기전에 국제사업경험도데고...

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Post by pdk001 » Mar 11th, '06, 08:02

mentlkase wrote:대학이름.... 한국에서 유학온서람들많아서 이름이 좋을것같았는데....

한국살면 일해야죠. 대학원가기전에 국제사업경험도데고...
어느 대학교 말하는건가요?

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Post by mentlkase » Mar 13th, '06, 11:08

LA 에있는 남가주대학교. University of Southern California. 진짜모르네....
좀 disappointed 하냬요...

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Post by pdk001 » Mar 13th, '06, 11:48

mentlkase wrote:LA 에있는 남가주대학교. University of Southern California. 진짜모르네....
좀 disappointed 하냬요...
제가 그 대학교를 어떻게 알아요..한국에서만 살았는데..
미국 유명한 대학교는 알죠 하버드, 스탠포드, 에일 MIT 등등

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Post by whitegirl » Mar 22nd, '06, 01:07

I think I'm supposed to be speaking korean here or something?? sorry...i really want to learn korean...if that means anything to anyone. anywho, can anyone recommend any good korean music? kpop?? i really would love to listen to some korean music but have no idea where to start or what to listen to. thx..greatly appreciated

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Post by vanches » Mar 28th, '06, 06:40

Hi! I'm not Korean but I love watching Korean TV Dramas. I would like to learn how to speak Korean but it's too expensive here in the Phils. Anyone there who can teach me? Please!!!!!!
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Post by dima » Apr 1st, '06, 15:39

whitegirl wrote:I think I'm supposed to be speaking korean here or something?? sorry...i really want to learn korean...if that means anything to anyone. anywho, can anyone recommend any good korean music? kpop?? i really would love to listen to some korean music but have no idea where to start or what to listen to. thx..greatly appreciated
ahem there are tons of kpoop out there! not very hard to find really...

now if you wanted to find some real music, that would be a lot harder... anyway soompi.com forums is the place to check for names. there are a couple of online korean radios out there too, but I couldn't find anything really good :(

(btw that was a typo up there, no pun intended)

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Post by nadesico » Apr 11th, '06, 15:43

hi there!!sorry to intrude,I am french girl who is very interested in korean culture, thanks to dramas I must confess. while watching many k-dramas, there's a question which keeps bothering me: I really wonder about the "oppa"notion.Is it a name you give to your lover or is it the equivalent of the japanese word"senpai"(older classmate)?Sometimes it is translated as "big brother" and sometimes"baby" or "dear". i would be really grateful if someone would be kind enough to explain this to me, as i intend to subb myself, I really would like to understand. In advance, kamsamida!!

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Post by dya » Apr 11th, '06, 15:50

May i know, what meaning of sam soon in korean? :scratch:

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Post by dya » Apr 11th, '06, 15:52

i want to know, what means of sam soon in korean?

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Post by chunu » Apr 11th, '06, 16:21

Just wanted to say "HI" to my good friend
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Post by h@lfb0y » Apr 11th, '06, 16:41

@nadesico
Oppa is term used by a girl to call her old brother or some older guy close to her. Because in korea, you don't call older person just by name. So they have different terms to call elder people.
Oppa -> girl to call an elder brother
UhnNi -> girl to call an elder sister
Hyung -> boy to call an elder brother
NooNa -> boy to call an elder sister

Either you use these terms, or you can use <name> term. For example, a girl have an older brother name DongGun, she can call him either 'Oppa' or 'DongGun Oppa'.

About senpai...
Senpai is how japanese pronounce the chinese characters for older classmate. The same chinese characters are pronounced as SuhnBeh in Korean


@dya
I don't think it has any special meaning.. maybe I'm wrong. It's a name of a female character in a korean drama series.

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Hi Agahssi :D
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Post by nadesico » Apr 11th, '06, 16:52

thanks a lot h@lb0y!!it's clearer for me now!

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Post by doink-chan » Apr 16th, '06, 21:43

Among the same lines, what does "ajusshi" mean? I assumed it is kind of like "onii-chan" in Japanese, but now I'm not so sure...*doesn't know Korean*
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Post by h@lfb0y » Apr 17th, '06, 01:22

doink-chan wrote:Among the same lines, what does "ajusshi" mean? I assumed it is kind of like "onii-chan" in Japanese, but now I'm not so sure...*doesn't know Korean*
I don't know much of japanese but I think Onii-chan is same as Oppa in korean.

There're different term to address adult.

AGahSsi - young unmarried female.
AJoomMa - married female.
AJuhSsi - grown up male.

Difference between Oppa and AjuhSii, only girl used the teram Oppa. And usually someone she knows already, and age difference is not much but always to elder male.

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Post by doink-chan » Apr 17th, '06, 04:42

Ah, OK. Thanks for the info.
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Post by myke » Apr 17th, '06, 04:58

h@lfb0y wrote:@nadesico
Oppa is term used by a girl to call her old brother or some older guy close to her. Because in korea, you don't call older person just by name. So they have different terms to call elder people.
Oppa -> girl to call an elder brother
UhnNi -> girl to call an elder sister
Hyung -> boy to call an elder brother
NooNa -> boy to call an elder sister

Either you use these terms, or you can use <name> term. For example, a girl have an older brother name DongGun, she can call him either 'Oppa' or 'DongGun Oppa'.

About senpai...
Senpai is how japanese pronounce the chinese characters for older classmate. The same chinese characters are pronounced as SuhnBeh in Korean


@dya
I don't think it has any special meaning.. maybe I'm wrong. It's a name of a female character in a korean drama series.

@chunu
Hi Agahssi :D

Hai everyone...i new here... :salut:
wow...i did't know about that..
Thankz a lot about that info... :mrgreen:

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Post by emykina » Apr 20th, '06, 11:07

myke wrote:
h@lfb0y wrote:@nadesico
Oppa is term used by a girl to call her old brother or some older guy close to her. Because in korea, you don't call older person just by name. So they have different terms to call elder people.
Oppa -> girl to call an elder brother
UhnNi -> girl to call an elder sister
Hyung -> boy to call an elder brother
NooNa -> boy to call an elder sister

Either you use these terms, or you can use <name> term. For example, a girl have an older brother name DongGun, she can call him either 'Oppa' or 'DongGun Oppa'.

About senpai...
Senpai is how japanese pronounce the chinese characters for older classmate. The same chinese characters are pronounced as SuhnBeh in Korean


@dya
I don't think it has any special meaning.. maybe I'm wrong. It's a name of a female character in a korean drama series.

@chunu
Hi Agahssi :D

Hai everyone...i new here... :salut:
wow...i did't know about that..
Thankz a lot about that info... :mrgreen:
hehe... today i learnt something :D
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Post by Connie101292 » Apr 26th, '06, 02:12

hey im not korean but my friend has been nagging me for so long to teach him how to write his korean name in chinese
his name is jonah park [he gave himself that korean name since he didnt like the one his grandpa gave him] can anyone help me find out his chinese name? thx

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Post by Childhoodless » Apr 26th, '06, 04:03

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. Not everyone named Park in Korea is related. There are several different families named Park, each designated with a different Hanja. The same goes for every other last name out there, Chang, Kim, Lee, Won, etc. etc.

The only way to write a Korean name in Hanja is to know the Hanja beforehand, or know what the name means.

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Post by luith » Apr 26th, '06, 04:21

If a girl calls her older brother oppa (thanks Tree of Heaven! Had that term hammered in my head) then is there a term for little brother?
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Post by tdkyo » Apr 30th, '06, 03:55

luith wrote:If a girl calls her older brother oppa (thanks Tree of Heaven! Had that term hammered in my head) then is there a term for little brother?
Nope. Little Brother and Little Sister are called "dong-sang".

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Post by arabella25 » May 10th, '06, 09:17

Hi, I 'm curious to know if there is a typical Korean look i.e . from the first look he/she is assumed Korean. I was going through another forum and two people were arguing about the looks of the Chinese and Korean actors and actresses. Many Chinese mistook a Korean guy I knew for a Chinese.

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Post by narushinyak » May 15th, '06, 20:02

easiest way to find out either they are chinese / korean is to look at their noses.. No offense to neither of them... but the way I see it Chinese people have more round kind of shaped noses compared to Koreans..

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Post by din_korea » May 15th, '06, 20:15

Hi... just want to say hi and make some new korean friends. I'm not Korean but study in Seou. 만나서 반갑습니다.

ㅋㅋㅋ...

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Post by narushinyak » May 15th, '06, 20:36

한국 사람이면 한국 사람답게.. 한국말 제대로 배웁시다!! ㅋ.. 장난이구요. 음.. 그래도 해외 동포들.. 특히 2세 분들이 한국말 배우려고 노력하는것.. 정말 보기 좋더라구요..^^* 모든 한국사람들이 한국말로 편히 얘기할수 있는 그날까지! ㅋㅋ 상상플러스에서 이렇게 하던가? 대충 따라해 보았음. ㅡ.ㅡ 한국 드라마 보는게 도움이 될런지는.. 흠.. 암튼 모두 반가워요! ㅋ
to the reply above.. where are you from may I ask.. I didn't know people go to Korea to study? O.o

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Post by lovedorama » May 15th, '06, 20:41

mentlkase wrote:한국에 멧년살고자하는대...

한국에 게신분들, 질문이멧가지있음.

대기업 시험 영어로덴건없죠 ?

한글이....즘딸려서... 영어가릭이긴 싫고.


미국 Financial 회사들은 한국에있나요 ?

고대 Business School 유학하면 한국에서 일자리 얻는게쉬워질가요?
You are 1.5? Looking to work out in Korea in the financial industry? I'm typing this in English because I hate typing in Korean - takes way too long.

Unfortunately, I don't think you can avoid taking exams in Korean if the position, especially, is for a Korean-based company. You might want to seek out companies here in the US and then go out. There are financial firms that you could look into. Accenture (accounting and consulting) and Allianz (the biggest insurance commodities company) firms located right there in your neck of the woods - in L.A. Korea Town. Can't tell you the exact location - I think Allianz is located on Whilshire blvd, but can't be certain. Got a job in Allianz a couple of years ago, but couldn't go due to personal crisis. Since you mentioned your interest in getting a grad degree (MBA, I'm guessing), you might want to go ahead and do that to increase your chances.

Of course, I've heard of USC. Very solid, indeed! Almost went there a few years back. Too bad Koreans living out in Korea are more familiar with UCLA!

[img]http://www.hanryu-fs.org/hb.jpg[/img]
RULES OF LOVE - EPISODE 1
A Hanryu and KDA Production

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Post by lovedorama » May 15th, '06, 20:51

lovedorama wrote:
mentlkase wrote:한국에 멧년살고자하는대...

한국에 게신분들, 질문이멧가지있음.

대기업 시험 영어로덴건없죠 ?

한글이....즘딸려서... 영어가릭이긴 싫고.


미국 Financial 회사들은 한국에있나요 ?

고대 Business School 유학하면 한국에서 일자리 얻는게쉬워질가요?
You are 1.5? Looking to work out in Korea in the financial industry? I'm typing this in English because I hate typing in Korean - takes way too long.

Unfortunately, I don't think you can avoid taking exams in Korean if the position, especially, is for a Korean-based company. You might want to seek out companies here in the US and then go out. There are financial firms that you could look into. Accenture (accounting and consulting) and Allianz (the biggest insurance commodities company) firms located right there in your neck of the woods - in L.A. Korea Town. Can't tell you the exact location - I think Allianz is located on Whilshire blvd, but can't be certain. Got a job in Allianz a couple of years ago, but couldn't go due to personal crisis. Since you mentioned your interest in getting a grad degree (MBA, I'm guessing), you might want to go ahead and do that here in the US to increase your chances.

Of course, I've heard of USC. Very solid, indeed! Almost went there a few years back. Too bad Koreans living out in Korea are more familiar with UCLA!

[img]http://www.hanryu-fs.org/hb.jpg[/img]
RULES OF LOVE - EPISODE 1
A Hanryu and KDA Production
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Post by cute_princess » May 15th, '06, 21:03

narushinyak wrote:한국 사람이면 한국 사람답게.. 한국말 제대로 배웁시다!! ㅋ.. 장난이구요. 음.. 그래도 해외 동포들.. 특히 2세 분들이 한국말 배우려고 노력하는것.. 정말 보기 좋더라구요..^^* 모든 한국사람들이 한국말로 편히 얘기할수 있는 그날까지! ㅋㅋ 상상플러스에서 이렇게 하던가? 대충 따라해 보았음. ㅡ.ㅡ 한국 드라마 보는게 도움이 될런지는.. 흠.. 암튼 모두 반가워요! ㅋ
to the reply above.. where are you from may I ask.. I didn't know people go to Korea to study? O.o
I'm going to Korea this fall for exchange programme :P:P :lol
Btw, anyone live in LA/study in UCLA?

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Post by YuInSoo » May 15th, '06, 21:24

모든 분들 방갑습니다...
전 남미에서 태어난 한국 사람입니다... (남미에서 태어났지만 부모님들은 한국 사람)
ㅎㅎㅎ
참 이상하죠..?
암튼...

아쉽게도 한국은 딱 한번 놀러 가봤고요.. (또 가보고 싶다)
그리고 미국은 가끔마다 놀러 갑니다... ^^;; (특히 LA 근처 한인타운)

조성모님아...
요즘 한국 mp3가요 무슨 프러그램 사용해서 다운 잘 받을수 있는지 알려주세요~~!!
부탁입니다~ ^_^
감사합니다...~~~

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Post by narushinyak » May 16th, '06, 01:14

제가 "조성모" 님은 아니지만 추천하나 해드릴게요 ^^* .. mp3 는 소리바다 많이 썻는데.. 유료화 되었다가 어쩌구 저쩌구 해서 짜증나서 그만쓰고 있거든요.. www.naver.com 에 가셔서 monkey3 라고 치시면 프로그램 다운 받으실수 있을거에요.. 속도 굉장히 빠르고.. 완전 무료.. 그럼 잘 쓰세요 :)

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Post by YuInSoo » May 16th, '06, 01:29

아~ 나루신약님~~ (닉네임이 이렇게 쓰는고 맞는지 모르겠음)
대단히 감사합니다~~~

네~~ 맞아요.. 저도 한 1년 전 까지 소리바다 계속 썼는데... 문제 많이 생겨서...
더 못 쓰겠드라고요... ㅠ.ㅠ
너무나 ㄳ ㄳ~~~~
글구 방갑습니다~~! v ^_^ v

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Post by din_korea » May 16th, '06, 05:19

narushinyak wrote:한국 사람이면 한국 사람답게.. 한국말 제대로 배웁시다!! ㅋ.. 장난이구요. 음.. 그래도 해외 동포들.. 특히 2세 분들이 한국말 배우려고 노력하는것.. 정말 보기 좋더라구요..^^* 모든 한국사람들이 한국말로 편히 얘기할수 있는 그날까지! ㅋㅋ 상상플러스에서 이렇게 하던가? 대충 따라해 보았음. ㅡ.ㅡ 한국 드라마 보는게 도움이 될런지는.. 흠.. 암튼 모두 반가워요! ㅋ
to the reply above.. where are you from may I ask.. I didn't know people go to Korea to study? O.o

ohh I'm from Malaysia and study in Korea University. You don't know others go to your contry to study? Like Korean people go to others contry to learn english...

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Post by andritytsheva » May 16th, '06, 11:07

Im Vietnam and i really like korea , ur country i watched on tv and i think its really a beautiful country. Hope soneday i could come korea. Do u have any picturre about ur country? Hows the weather there?

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Post by narushinyak » May 17th, '06, 20:26

well.. I knew there were students studying in Korea as an exchange student.. but not many international students.. English is really important for everyone in any country I'm sure, but Korean? heh probably only for those interested in Korea and people like yourselves who likes our culture and such ^^* I'm very glad though.. that you like Korean stuff!
andritytsheva wrote:Im Vietnam and i really like korea , ur country i watched on tv and i think its really a beautiful country. Hope soneday i could come korea. Do u have any picturre about ur country? Hows the weather there?
We have all four seasons.. probably all equal throughout.. but we do get lots of rainfalls compared to other countries. Personally, I think our weather is great except that it's a little bit on the hot side.. it doesn't mean that we don't have snow :)
Here is a picture of Seoul with Seoul Tower on top of what may seem like a hill. In my opinion Korea is most beautiful during night with all the lightings and such on bridges, roads, buildings etc.. during the day it might not be as appealing because of pollution and crowded places heh, I like people... and crowded places.. but that's just me.. not sure about you.

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Post by kyothib » May 21st, '06, 15:32

안녕하세요
제이름은디보예요
프랑스사람예요
한국어를공분한지6달되었는데한말은지금할수있어요
외국어를공부한것을좋아요
특히한국하고일어는공부한것을재미있어요
영어도재미있다고생각해요
한국에간적이없는대한국에갔으면좋겠어요
여러분, 만나서 반가워요.

I apologize for all the mistakes I've probably done
For those like me who are trying to learn Korean I strongly recommend you this website :
http://korean.sogang.ac.kr/
on this website there are a lot of lessons (60) including different exercises such as listening comprehension, reading comprehension, grammar exercise and so on... enjoy it

bye

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Post by tdkyo » May 21st, '06, 18:37

pdk001 wrote:
tdkyo wrote:저는 한국말 and English에 fluent 합니가, 한국말 좀 딸리지만....
are you a native english?
Korean descent, but truly bilingual between Korean and English. ㅎㅎ

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Post by Haesin » May 31st, '06, 13:11

안녕하세요! 저는 미국 Turkey 왔어요. 한국에좋아해요 Sorry if I made any mistakes -- I'm new to the language I can say :lol .

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Post by jinda » Jun 1st, '06, 22:28

whitegirl wrote:I think I'm supposed to be speaking korean here or something?? sorry...i really want to learn korean...if that means anything to anyone. anywho, can anyone recommend any good korean music? kpop?? i really would love to listen to some korean music but have no idea where to start or what to listen to. thx..greatly appreciated
"loveholic" is a good band

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Post by LYF » Jun 6th, '06, 12:27

din_korea wrote:
narushinyak wrote:한국 사람이면 한국 사람답게.. 한국말 제대로 배웁시다!! ㅋ.. 장난이구요. 음.. 그래도 해외 동포들.. 특히 2세 분들이 한국말 배우려고 노력하는것.. 정말 보기 좋더라구요..^^* 모든 한국사람들이 한국말로 편히 얘기할수 있는 그날까지! ㅋㅋ 상상플러스에서 이렇게 하던가? 대충 따라해 보았음. ㅡ.ㅡ 한국 드라마 보는게 도움이 될런지는.. 흠.. 암튼 모두 반가워요! ㅋ
to the reply above.. where are you from may I ask.. I didn't know people go to Korea to study? O.o

ohh I'm from Malaysia and study in Korea University. You don't know others go to your contry to study? Like Korean people go to others contry to learn english...
wow a malaysian.... you go there on JPA?

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Post by s.taka » Jun 7th, '06, 01:21

Where could I start learning Korean at age 14..??

Just a thought trying to speak another language beside 3 of what I currently can.

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Post by Ssang » Jun 7th, '06, 02:43

한국 여러분 한 부탁드립니다!

A clubbox that I went to often is now pw protected. Can anyone here with a naver id do me a favor and find out what it is?

The cafe 비밀번호 is in the second thread here:

http://cafe.naver.com/whdgkqajfxl.cafe

I'm not a Korean resident so I don't have a naver id. Also, I'm not willing to scan my social security etc to get one.

Thanks!

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Post by cHyNa3yEz » Jun 7th, '06, 22:58

8) I was wondering if the Korean Peepz actually meet their korean-tv drama actors and actresses? Where I live in Canada, the country is so big and most of the canadian actors and actresses lives in L.A. so like no chance of meeting someone I seen on tv. So like, do all y'all Koreans meet them? I wanna meet Kwon Sung-Woo I think is a hottie.. LOL :P Anyone in Korea wanna be my friend, maybe I can visit you and we can both meet .. you kno.. :whistling: :lol
:shhh: What you dont tell him, wont hurt him. :shhh: He doesnt have to know you know.. :P

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Post by LYF » Jun 8th, '06, 01:00

since korea is very tiny compared to Canada, there is a higher chance of meeting them

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Post by ParkJS » Jun 13th, '06, 12:16

Ssang wrote:한국 여러분 한 부탁드립니다!

A clubbox that I went to often is now pw protected. Can anyone here with a naver id do me a favor and find out what it is?

The cafe 비밀번호 is in the second thread here:

http://cafe.naver.com/whdgkqajfxl.cafe

I'm not a Korean resident so I don't have a naver id. Also, I'm not willing to scan my social security etc to get one.

Thanks!
박스비번 : 1573 :whistling:

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Post by cefiro2 » Jun 18th, '06, 08:36

안녕하세요. 저는 대만사랍입니다. 여러분 한국에서 사세요?
한국어 배운 지 일년반 되었습니다. 실력이 너무 부족합니다.
좀 도와 주세요... 감사드립니다.

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Post by ChristinePak » Jun 27th, '06, 22:52

cHyNa3yEz wrote:8) I was wondering if the Korean Peepz actually meet their korean-tv drama actors and actresses? Where I live in Canada, the country is so big and most of the canadian actors and actresses lives in L.A. so like no chance of meeting someone I seen on tv. So like, do all y'all Koreans meet them? I wanna meet Kwon Sung-Woo I think is a hottie.. LOL :P Anyone in Korea wanna be my friend, maybe I can visit you and we can both meet .. you kno.. :whistling: :lol

It is easy to see Korean Actor/Actress in korea because most of them are in the rich parts of Seoul ... i haven't seen anyone too exciting, but I am only in korea 3 months out of the year... and not always in seoul, but a lot of my korean friends have~~

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Post by Kon Kon » Jun 30th, '06, 19:57

Hi
i'm a fan of korea whether fan of dramas or sightseeing or actor and actress ..but i need a help of a korean i want to spell my name in korean and also how to spell love in korean too.. can anyone help?
thanks in advance
btw.. i'm from Dubai an Arab :P
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Post by Mich-Chan » Jul 9th, '06, 20:58

Hi, I'm Mich from the Philippines,,, :-)

Well, I really wanted to learn Korean.. :roll

I'd searched the internet and studied some articlies about Hangul. I do know now how to read/write and speak Korean the problem is, I don't have any idea what that means. :unsure:

Is there any way to understand Korean than memorizing common phrases? :lol

I wished I made myself clear. Thx! :whistling:

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Post by hellomomo » Jul 9th, '06, 21:17

안녕하세요~~
한국사람이 바글바글 하네됴...모두 반가워요 :lol

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Post by Yoo ni » Aug 10th, '06, 12:40

Annyonghaseyo!
je ireumeun yooni imnida.
jogeumbakke moteyo hangulgo.jernohn singapore eser wah-sser-yo.^_______^

*Does anyone know how i can type korean characters from my computer?

Kamsahamnida. =)

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Post by ChristinePak » Aug 10th, '06, 13:05

Yoo ni wrote:Annyonghaseyo!
je ireumeun yooni imnida.
jogeumbakke moteyo hangulgo.jernohn singapore eser wah-sser-yo.^_______^

*Does anyone know how i can type korean characters from my computer?

Kamsahamnida. =)
For windows XP~

Once you have set-up your computer to view Hangul, you need to do one more thing in order to type Hangul. It should take approximately 2 minutes.
1)Go to Start - Control Panel
2)Open Regional And Language Options (May be found inside the Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options tab)
3)Go to the tab at the top that says Languages
4)Make sure the box for Install files for East Asian Languages near the bottom is checked
5)Select 'Details' under 'Text Services and Input Languages'
6)Click 'Add' on the right-hand side
7)Select Korean for 'Input Languages' and click 'Ok'
8)Select 'Apply at the bottom, and then click 'Ok'. You may be asked to restart.
Your computer is now set up to type in Korean. In order to actually type Korean, click the little blue button on the taskbar that says EN. Select KO. The options to the right should change. There should be an A. Click that once, and it will change to a Korean character. Type :)

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Post by Yoo ni » Aug 10th, '06, 13:31

how can i set up my computer to view hangul?

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Post by ChristinePak » Aug 10th, '06, 13:37

Yoo ni wrote:how can i set up my computer to view hangul?
You can just go to a korean website... and it will say something like "install Korean Text" so you might have already done that

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