Are You 인싸 or 아싸? | Korean Language Trends Ep. 6

Are you an 인싸 or an 아싸? These two words are shortened versions of the regular words 인싸이더 and 아웃사이더, meaning "insider" and "outsider." What could they mean? 인싸 is...

Quotation Forms (이라고 말하다, 다고, 냐고, 자고, 라고) | Live Class Abridged

It's time for a full summary of all the different quotation forms in Korean! This covers how to quote something you or someone else said, including asking questions, as well...

Do You Need a Tutor to Learn Korean?

"Should I hire a tutor to learn Korean?" I've heard this question often, and my answer is usually something like this: "If you want to practice Korean and have nobody...

모양이다 - Intermediate Grammar | Korean FAQ

One of my special Patreon supporters requested that I make a video about 모양이다. However, this grammar form is a bit more advanced than most Korean learners, so I didn't...

Korean Test Practice with Billy [Ep. 17] – Intermediate Korean (Listening Practice)

Are you practicing for a Korean test? Want a head start preparing for your advanced Korean class? I have a series of videos called 'Korean Test Practice with Billy' which...