키가 크다 (kiga keuda) | “to be tall”
- 내 남자 친구를 키가 커요. (Nae namja chingu-leul kiga keoyo.) | “My boyfriend is tall.”
- 내 동생은 나보다 키가 크다. (Nae dongsaeng-eun kiga keuda.) | “My little sister is taller than me.”
I found a video that goes along with this topic from Talk to me in Korean and I thought I would share it with you guys just add more layers to this topic.
I haven’t done this in a while but sometimes while I’m just kinda relaxing on a lazy Saturday, I’ll just click on the recommended videos on YouTube and I’m always happy to hear the new music. Sometimes I get to hear new artists that I’ve never heard of before and sometimes it’s familiar faces with a creative visual for new music.
I don’t know if I ever mentioned this before but I am a huge fan of DAY6 so I’m super excited about the release of their new album, “The Book of Us: Gravity”. I just had to share this as soon as I saw this video on YouTube!
Check out the album spotlight below!
Okay, so sometimes we need a refresher! It’s been a while since I talked about the days of the week of numbers for that matter so I thought I would make a quick post to refresh your memory.
If you’re anything like me you more than likely forget how to say things sometimes if you don’t use them frequently. I have the most difficult time remembering how the days of the week and Native Korean numbers. Those two things are sadly my kryptonite so of course you may have guessed that I shy away from asking someone the time and I sometimes will respond by saying, “Eleven시 삼십분” (sigh… don’t be like me)
However, things like the video below really are super helpful when you’re learning a new language! Below is a cute short song to help you remember the days of the week. When I find more of these that I think are helpful I’ll post them here!