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80th TOPIK in Malaysia 2021

The 80th TOPIK (Test of Proficiency in Korean) in Malaysia    * Date: 10th (Sunday) April 2022    * Place: Pusat Pengajian Bahasa & Linguistik, UKM, Bangi, Selangor.    * Registration 1) Submission: 27....

[K-Travel] Korean tourist attractions in Seoul -8-

SEOUL 서울 A modern and cultural city, a city that’s alive 24/7, these are some of the ways Seoul is described by. Since the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910), which was called Hanyang at the time, Seoul has been the capital city for over 600 year. Through modernization, this...

Daily Life in Korea (5) –  Cultural Activities

Daily Life in Korea (5) -  Cultural Activities   (a) Movies Koreans love the cinema and this is evident in the number of theaters, large and small, around the city. North American-style multiplexes and small independent theaters provide moviegoer with a variety...

UNESCO Heritage in Korea World Heritage Sites

Memory of the World Register Hunminjeongeum (The Proper Sounds for the Instruction of the...

What is TaLK?

Teach and Learn in Koreaalso known as the ‘TaLK’ Program, is a unique scholarship opportunity for undergraduates who are seeking a personal, professional and educational experience in the Republic of Korea.'Teach and learn in korea'The TaLK Program is unique in many...

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How to pronounce ‘한글’?

How to pronounce ‘한글’?

The first step in learning the Korean language is to be familiar with the Korean alphabets. Just by knowing the Korean alphabets, you will have no problem in reading korean words, even though you may not know what they mean! Furthermore, it is very easy to learn these...

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What is ‘Hangul’?

What is ‘Hangul’?

The Korean Alphabet 'Hangul' Hangul is the native script of the Korean language. With 14 consonants and 10 vowels, they can be combined into blocks of words that form the Korean language. The Hangul system was created by King Sejong in December 1443. Before Hangul was...

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Korean Culture

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Travel in Korea

List of Korean visas

List of Korean visas

What kind of visas can I get to stay in Korea? The period that you can travel in Korea without visa is maximum 90 days. So, in order to stay in Korean for more than 90 days, Korean visa is required. But it is too vast and complicated  to find what is suitable in your...

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K-Scene in Johor

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