Archive for the ‘Korean language’ Category

품질 – calidad – quality

febrero 18, 2010

품질 – calidad – quality

가격 – precios – prices

혁명 – revolución – revolution

Primer lugar en calidad – First place in quality
Primer lugar en precios – First place in prices

Emart sigue ofreciendo una revolución en precios y caldidad también en los regalos del Año Nuevo Lunar.

Emart continues to offer a price and quality revolution also in Lunar New Year presents.

재활용품 – recliclables – recyclables

febrero 16, 2010

재활용품 – recliclables – recyclables
배출 – botar – dispose

Los sabados y los domingos son los días para botar los recliclabes.

Sat and Sun are the days for disposing of recyclables.

혜택 – beneficios – benefits

febrero 15, 2010

혜택 – beneficios – benefits

Dentro de Shinsegae y afuera de Shisegae la tarjeta Shinsegae Citicard tiene gran beneficios.

Inside and outside of Shinsegae, the Shinsegae Citicard has great benefits.

천 (cheon) – mil – thousand / Unjusa donde se filmaron Chuno

febrero 14, 2010

천 (cheon) significa mil. Se fiilmaron algunas escenas de Chuno en Unjusa y abajo puedes ver mis fotos.

Unjusa es conocido por tener mil estatuas de buda y mil pagodas aunque actualmente solo hay 21 pagodas y 91 budas.

En 2009 se transimitió una telenovela llamada Cheon Chu Tae Hoo o sea La emperadora de mil años, tambien conocida como The Iron Empress (la emperadora de hierro).  Se trata de una emperadora en la dinastia Goryo. 

unjusa

unjusa

unjusa

안전 – seguro – безопасный

febrero 4, 2010

안전 – seguro

튼튼하다 – fuerte, seguro – прочный

공사 – construcción – сооружение

I was rejected by Geumgang University’s Korean language program

enero 14, 2010

A while ago I applied to Geumgang’s Korean language program where you can study Korean for free and they provide dorm housing at no cost as well. I recently found out that I wasn’t accepted to the program. Although they reviewed my application several times, this year they received many more applications than usual. They also take into consideration the country a person is from so if you are from a smaller country where there may not be many people studying Korean you probably have a better chance of getting accepted. All in all, it still seems like a very good program and very generous of them to make studying Korean affordable (providing free classes, housing, food) for so many people. I may apply again next year for the spring semester and in the meantime will continue studying on my own. Their Korean language program runs twice a year in the spring and fall. If you wish to apply, Geumgang University

Study Korean for free at Geumgang University

diciembre 15, 2009

The program requires that you submit a medical test that you don’t have AIDS, as well as an xray. They will not tell you whether you are accepted before you submit the test. A friend submitted everything except for the test and they would not tell. She then got the tests which cost around 100 US dollars and all the results were negative and was then told she was rejected. Since medical tests are not free, it would be nice if they would make the admission conditional on negative test results which is what other programs do so that students don’t have to necessarily spend money.

On the blog of Brian in Jeollanamdo I read that Geumgang University offers free Korean classes. To read more about the program: http://www.ggu.ac.kr/english/Inernational_Students/language.html

II. Program Description
The Korean Language Program is offered twice a year during the spring semester and the fall semester, each of which consists of a 16-week session. Classes are offered at three level: beginner, intermediate and advanced level of proficiency. After successfully completing each level, students will receive a certificate of completion.

A. Levels Offered
(1) Beginner Level
(2) Intermediate Level
(3) Advanced Level
B. Course Duration
(1) Spring session: Starts from March 1st and lasts for 16 weeks.
(2) Fall session: Starts from September 1st and lasts for 16 weeks.
C. Class Schedules
(1) Classes meet four days a week, from Tuesday through Friday.
(2) Korean Cultural classes are offered once a month.
D. Tuition and Scholarships
(1) Tuition is free for all participants in this program.
(2) Participants in this program may receive up to as financial support 200,000 Korean won every month.

Aprende coreano – paises

septiembre 29, 2009

나라 país

한국 Corea

미국 EUA

영국 Inglaterra

일본 Japón

중국 China

프랑스 Francia

독일 Alemania

스페인 España

러시아 Rusia

아르헨티나 Argentina

페루 Perú

칠레 Chile

멕시코 México

콜롬비아 Colombia

베네수엘라 Venezuela

Idiomas

한국어 coreano

영어 ingles

일본어 japonés

중국어 chino

프랑스어 francés

독일어 alemán

스펜인어 español

러시아어 ruso

Aprende coreano – días de la semana

septiembre 29, 2009

월요일 – lunes

화요일 – martes

수요일 – miercoles

목요일 – jueves

금요일 – viernes

토요일 – sabado

일요일 – domingo

Aprende coreano 달 – mes -month

septiembre 27, 2009

Si todavía no han aprendido los números les recomiendo que estudien esa lección y después aprendan los números.

일월 enero

이월 febrero

삼월 marzo

사월 abril

오월 mayo

유월 junio

칠월 julio

팔월 agosto

구월 setiembre

시월 octubre

십일월 noviembre

십이월 diciembre