Hi people learning korean
Hello, I just wanted to say that. I am learning this because I am not only interested in the culture, translation would be an amazing job. If you think the same, I would love to know. I am way to nosy for my own good, but, whatever, you know.
Thanks for reading no one is prolly gonna answer me but okayyy
I wanna understand Korean so I don't have to wait for English subs when watching drama haha.
Hello! I really enjoy listening to music all over the world, including Korean music (BTS is awesome by the way) and I always thought it would fun to listen without having to solely depend on translations. I love learning about other cultures too! I'm spending most of my time studying Spanish since its the most practical language to learn based on where I live. I'm learning Korean more for fun and I'm really enjoying it. :) Good luck with your studying! Working as a translator or interpreter would be really cool!
Korean is one of the many languages I have wanted to learn for a while now. I dunno why, but since I was young I've always been fascinated by Asian culture, language, and just the country of Asia itself. I always kind of procrastinated on learning though, but I was soon brought an infiration that made me really want to learn. Both BTS and kdrama lol. After this I want to learn Japanese so I wouldn't be able to verify as a weeaboo, and then Thai--maybe Chinese--and finally Hebrew. Lol im such an over achiever. infiiiiirrrressss mannnnnnnnn
Oh my gosh, same. Since i was 3 I learned of pokemon and that just shot it off. As soon as I figured it was Japanese this happened. I have an opportunity to learn so many Asian languages now, and I can't pass it up. For some reason the continent and culture just seems, happy. And honestly, no one knows how they got roped into the cultures unless they have direct connections. My cousin is learning mandarin, so I was like "I want to learn something." and so I'm here now. My life is weird.
I want to learn Korean because the band "Perfume" makes great songs. Here's a link... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6T0wOMsNrI&list=RDEMliSlYaJjx4dWTJwJgNb-VA
Well my aunt is from South Korea and also I've been into kpop and other Korean pop culture related things since around 2009 so it was something I'm used to hearing and seeing, so about a year ago I thought I'd try learning properly because I have the most resources available to learn it from and might as well. It's just a want to be able to understand things without subtitles and converse with my aunt so that she isn't so isolated at family events really, hah :)