Learn how to use “심심하다” and “지루하다”

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First of all, if you don’t know already, the Kickstarter project for the sequel to my book, “Korean Made Simple 2,” is currently live, and ending in 8 days! Check it out here:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gobillykorean/korean-made-simple-2-the-next-step-in-learning-kor


First of all, if you don’t know already, the Kickstarter project for the sequel to my book, “Korean Made Simple 2,” is currently live, and ending in 8 days! Check it out here:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gobillykorean/korean-made-simple-2-the-next-step-in-learning-kor

Just like the first book, this sequel will be packed at around 350 pages, will contain over 1000 new vocabulary words and phrases, advanced notes and practice sections in every chapter, an introduction to Korean idioms, culture notes on Korean holidaysfoodculturehistory, and an extra appendix for reading practice.
And this week we have a brand new “Korean Phrases” episode. Learn how to use “심심하다” and “지루하다” – “to be bored” and “to be boring.” Korean learners often mix these two words up, but they’re quite different. Find out how in this week’s video, right here:

-Billy


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