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My Korean Learning Journey


The day I decided to learn Korean is still fresh in my mind. I was captivated by the characters and the language while watching a K-drama with English subtitles. I had no clue about the thing I was finding myself mixed up with, yet still up in the air to find out more. I started learning Korean that year, and ever since then, I've been on an amazing journey. I want to tell you about my experiences, challenges, and achievements in this blog post.

How to Get Started

I wasn't sure where to begin at first. I downloaded a couple of language learning applications, yet I immediately understood that one of my companion share NGL post about recruiting different worker so I applied and got chosen as a substance colleague. Bolor Sonbae enrolls in one weekly class. The difference between Korean grammar and English sentence structure surprised me. It resembled learning a better approach for thinking!

The Struggle Is Real Let's face it:

 learning a language is difficult. There were times when I wanted to surrender. Mastering the Korean alphabet was difficult, and pronunciation was difficult. When I made mistakes or couldn't understand a simple conversation, I would get angry. Yet, I didn't surrender. I continued to rehearse, and gradually, I began to see improvement.

Exceptional Moments: 

One of the most thrilling minutes was the point at which I had my most memorable discussion with a substance colleague around then. I was able to comprehend and respond in Korean despite the straightforward conversation. It was amazing to see how much I knew without realizing it.

Practice and Immersion:

My education has relied heavily on immersion. I attempt to encircle myself with Korean however much as could be expected. I watch K-dramas, listen to K-pop music, and try to communicate with my friends in as many everyday words as I can.

Tips and Counsel:

If you're thinking about learning Korean, the following advice has been helpful to me:

- Start with the fundamentals and establish a solid foundation.

- Practice reliably, regardless of whether it's only for a couple of moments daily

- Put as much effort into learning the language as you can.

 - Don't be afraid to make mistakes because they are all part of learning.


Conclusion: I'm so glad that I started learning Korean because it has been an amazing journey. Sometimes it's hard, but it's worth it. I've found out such a huge amount about the way of life and the language, and I've met a few astounding individuals an route. I urge you to take the plunge into learning Korean if you are considering it. It never stops surprising you.


Written by: Khadija Naveed

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