Korean FAQ – Transitive and Intransitive Verbs | 타동사 & 자동사

Just knowing this one tip will help you to be able to use Korean verbs more easily - transitive and intransitive verbs. What's the meaning of an intransitive or transitive verb? Is...

How to Make Korean Sentences | Live Class Abridged

How do you put together sentences in Korean? What order do the words go in? How about longer, more complex sentences with multiple verbs, adverbs, and particles? I cover all...

Korean FAQ – Is June 유월 or 육월? Is October 시월 or 십월?

Why is June 유월, and not 육월? And why is October 시월, and not 십월? It would make more sense for them to be 육월 and 십월 due to 6...

Korean Test Practice with Billy [Ep. 15] – Beginner Korean (Listening Practice)

Want to test your Korean? Here's a beginner-level Korean listening practice. Note that this doesn't mean a l0w-beginner would be able to solve it, but more like someone who's already...

Korean Sentence Connectors Part 2 (~서, ~니까, ~때문에) | Live Class Abridged

This is an abridged version of the live stream covering sentence connectors, and is part 2 of the previous video. This episode covers ~서, ~니까, ~때문, ~덕분, and more.