지경이다 On the verge of | Live Class Abridged

지경이다 is often translated as "on the verge of (doing)," but it has many other users that aren't typically talked about. It can also be used with verbs to simply...

도, 까지, 마저, 조차 "Even" | Live Class Abridged

도. 까지. 마저. 조차. And more? What ways do you know of saying "even" in Korean? Which one do you use the least? The most? Find out how to use...

기는 하다, 기도 하다 | Live Class Abridged

~기는 하다? ~기 하다? ~기도 하다? What's the difference? Well that's what you're here to learn about. I'll show the differences between each of these two forms, and give lots...

(셈치다, 치다, 치고는, 셈이다) Supposing or Intentions | Live Class Abridged

It's time for an Advanced Level Korean class. For this lesson we'll learn about how to use 셈치다 and 셈이다, as well as related forms like 치다 and 치고 (which...

"After doing" ~고 나서, ~고 나니(까), ~고 나면 | Live Class Abridged

Are you intermediate level? Do you know how to say "after doing (something)" in Korean? I did a live stream about the forms ~고 나서 and ~고 나니까 (plus some...