Experience day by day life in South Korea – a fun and easy learn korean and write to BTS in their language.
Do you know how kimchi is made? And how to eat it :-). Can you differentiate korean choopsticks from the chinese ones?
There is plenty of such quizzes on the net and on textbooks. Riding the subway train in Seoul or ranging over metropolitan area by colorfoul buses is a totally different story. Evey moment Hangul characters dance nearby, exotic streetfood challengeforeigners imagination: meat or vegetbles?? Or sweets?
Memories of grandparents cookies, hot milk and unlimited love and care may flood the brain.
Learning korean is easy when immersed in the vibrant and old culture of this respected East Asia nation. Many people do travel to Seoul to improve their knowledge of korean.
Wakeing up in the smell of a traditional breakfast and picking pieces of tobuki and gimbap is a nice start in every day korean life. And is even more rewarding when korean grandpa and grandma are there to chat. A homestay in Seoul is an excitng way to learn korean. Han and his beloved wife are the perfect korean grandma and grandpa in Seoul. Unbeateable care and lowest possible accomodatiin price in Seoul.
This is not paid advertising. Grandpa acand Grandma ooffer their home for you to enjoy for an unbeatable price in the heart of Seoul, easy to connect to all metro lines. Have I mention they love people like You? Write them or let us know you are playing with the idea to visit Seoul and learn in the same time. That is easy: Chongjeong-no Samsung Homestay, Seoul, South Korea.
Our warmest Asian regards!