Keehwan Kim

Keehwan is a language teacher, specializing in teaching English and Korean. Keehwan has a CELTA and an MA in Applied Linguistics. Keehwan has taught for over 10 years and has taught learners of all ages and levels. Currently, Keehwan works as a freelance educational materials developer in the UK.

Keehwan Kim

How to Say Goodbye in Korean: All the Expressions You Need to Know

In English there are many different ways of saying goodbye – ‘goodbye’, ‘bye bye’, ‘take care’, ‘see you later’, etc. Likewise, there are many ways to say goodbye in Korean, but there are also certain unique concepts we need to be aware of when saying goodbye in Korean. So in this article, we’ll take a …

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7 Useful Korean Proverbs

A proverb can be defined as a short well-known statement that gives practical advice about life, and each society has its own manifold of proverbs that are deeply entrenched in the history and the culture of that language. So in this article, we’re going to learn seven of the most well-known Korean proverbs, from which …

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Different Ways of Saying “Sorry” in Korean

We use the word ‘sorry’ in so many different ways in English. The most common way is to apologize for something we have done, but we also say sorry to express sympathy, disappointment, and also to politely ask someone to repeat what they have said. Fortunately, ‘sorry’ in Korean isn’t as multi-functional. Nevertheless, there are …

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How to Say “Hello” in Korean: A Complete Guide

Saying ‘hello’ in Korean should be quite simple as there is one expression that directly translates to the English word ‘hello’. However, as with any expression in Korean, we have to be careful of whether we use the formal or informal language depending on the person we’re speaking to. Moreover, Korean adults often don’t use …

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Learn All the Different Ways of Saying “Thank You” in Korean

‘Thank you’ is one those phrases that makes both the speaker and listener happy. Saying ‘thank you’ to express our gratitude makes us feel happy that we’ve recognized someone’s good deeds, and likewise, being appreciated for your help makes the person being thanked happy. ‘Thank you’ in Korean serves the same purpose, and similar to …

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