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Old 11-14-2008, 03:15 PM   #31
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Just checked her out on Youtube, you are right, very pretty voice.
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Old 11-14-2008, 04:21 PM   #32
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Just checked her out on Youtube, you are right, very pretty voice.
hahaha yup
i agree


btw you never told me if you were asian or not
if you are what kind are you?
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I'm not Asian, but study the language and culture. My martial arts instructor is Korean, we often discuss philosophy and religion (he insists I am Pul gyo do).

I'm currently learning Japanese, but Korean confuses me (the words often have different meanings for the same word, like eye and snow, both are pronounced noon).

Music helps, if I like a song, I am forced to translate it to appreciate it. Korea has alot of pop music, so it's easier to enjoy, and at the same time forces me to learn.

Korea is beautiful, but it is without a doubt the coldest place I've ever been. Once the wind started, I was convinced I would freeze to death.
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I'm not Asian, but study the language and culture. My martial arts instructor is Korean, we often discuss philosophy and religion (he insists I am Pul gyo do).

I'm currently learning Japanese, but Korean confuses me (the words often have different meanings for the same word, like eye and snow, both are pronounced noon).

Music helps, if I like a song, I am forced to translate it to appreciate it. Korea has alot of pop music, so it's easier to enjoy, and at the same time forces me to learn.

Korea is beautiful, but it is without a doubt the coldest place I've ever been. Once the wind started, I was convinced I would freeze to death.
very cool

like every language Korean has it hurtles that are hard to overcome
so are you fluent in Korean or just basic?
if you heard a song how much of it would you understand?
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Just basic in the language. Written Korean (hangul) is easier than kanji, hiragana, etc. The problem is there aren't alot of reference materials for the language. Japanese, larger Chinese dialects, those materials are everywhere. You have to search pretty hard for Korean dictionaries.
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Just basic in the language. Written Korean (hangul) is easier than kanji, hiragana, etc. The problem is there aren't alot of reference materials for the language. Japanese, larger Chinese dialects, those materials are everywhere. You have to search pretty hard for Korean dictionaries.
there's plenty of online dictionaries that i personally use
i'm currently taking Korean in my institution and they have books

but i know what you mean
material isn't as common as chinese or japanese
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