This week's new video is a "Korean Phrases" episode. This series is for learning quick idioms and phrases in Korean. Even if you don't use any of these idioms in this series when speaking, you might find them written in books, or hear someone use them when speaking. So they're useful to know, especially if you're at an intermediate or advanced Korean level.
This week we'll be learning about an idiom that originally comes from the Chinese language. But it's still useful to know in Korean.
And today's idiom is: 외유내강
Do you know anyone who you could describe with this idiom?
Check it out here~