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Korean language lesson

  • Korean language lesson #2

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    Welcome back, everybody! I’m back! Kris, with a K. K-R-I-S. Yeah, alright. Remember where we are at? Where were we? Ah, we’re in the restaurant, the Korean restaurant. We ordered the food, “Imo. Yeogiyo. Kimchi jjigae hana juseyo,”. So refreshing! But, it’s spicy! It’s got kimchi and pepper flakes and all kinds of spicy stuff. So, we have to say that in Korean. You know?
    Oh, so spicy! “Maewoyo! Maewoyo! Maewoyo! Maewoyo!”. Okay, spicy. Let’s hear the one hundred percent Korean pronunciation. Mr. Cameraman!
    “Maewoyo! Maewoyo!”.
    Not so good today. He’s having an off day, okay. Forgive him, forgive him. He works hard.
    Okay, and you keep eating. Oh, it gets even spicier, the more you eat. It’s got a growing effect. “Oh! Jinjja maewoyo! Jinjja maewoyo!”. Super spicy, really spicy. “Oh! Jinjja maewoyo!”. Yeah, you can show the pain. It’s okay, show the pain! People like it. At least you’re eating the food, that’s good. I can applaud you. “Jinjja maewoyo”.
    ““Jinjja maewoyo! Jinjja maewoyo!”.
    Okay, he’s warming up. He’s warming up.
    Alright. Alright, now let’s go on. It’s spicy but it’s yummy. Yummy, yummy. Delicious. “Masiseoyo. Oh, masiseoyo. Oh masiseoyo”. Mr. Cameraman?
    “Masiseoyo”.
    One more time.
    “Masiseoyo”.
    One more time.
    “Masiseoyo”.
    Okay! You’re getting there, getting there. Alright, it was spicy, “maewoyo”. Really spicy, “jinjja maewoyo”. Yummy, “masiseoyo”. Really, really yummy, “jinjja masiseoyo!”. Okay, just put the “jinjja”, add the “jinjja” to the “masiseoyo” and we’ve got a beautiful “it’s really really yummy!”. “Oh, jinjja masiseoyo!”.
    If you’re talking to yourself, you can just say “masisda”. “Oh, jinjja masisda. Jinjja masisda”. But if you’re talking to the guy over there, or the guy over there, or the person in front of you, “jinjja masiseoyo”. Like this, okay? Let’s hear the cameraman.
    “Jinjja masiseoyo!”.
    One more time.
    “Jinjja masiseoyo!”.

    Good job, good job. Alright! You guys got it? Okay, now we’re going to a little more aggressive and fun expressions. “Oh, jjangida! Jjang! Jjangida!”. Wow, this is awesome. “Oh, this is awesome. Jjangida!”. Oh this is a really cool world, world. Word. This is a cool word. “Jjangida!”.You have to say the “J” sound really strong. Jjang! Jjang! Jjang! Jjang! Jjang! “Jjangida! Jjangida! Jjangida!”. Cameraman.
    “Jjangida!”.
    One more time.
    “Jjangida!”.
    Ooh, okay. “Jjangida! Jjangida!”. Okay, and then there’s another one. “Choego. Choego”. This is the best. If it’s the best kimchi jjigae you’ve had in your life, or even if it isn’t, just say it. You know, it’s fine. “Choego. Choego. This is the best”.
    “Choego. Choego”.
    Last one. Bonus. This is the bonus, baby. We did “jjang!”. We did “choego”. Let’s go to the “daebak”. “Daebak! Oh, daebak! This is amazing!”. “Daebakida!”. Cameraman.
    “Daebakida! Daebakida!”.
    Okay! We’re all warmed up now! Review: “Jjangida! Choego! Daebak! Jjangida! Choego! Daebak!”. Okay? This is awesome. This is amazing. This is the best. “Choegoda”, best. Awesome, “jjangida”. Amazing, “daebak”. Yeah, you got it guys? Okay, we’re good, we’re good. Alright, that’s about all the time we have. We’ve finished. Alright, turn the camera off. Let’s go home. I’ll see you in the next episode, it will be pretty cool. Alright, “daebak”. It will be “daebak”.