haha sounds like I’m talking about my relationship isnt it? ^^ Yes, it’s my relationship with the Korean language. I know I’ve said this countless times, but I’m still amazed at how long I’ve persevered in learning Korean~
When I bought my first Korean novel, I have to highlight so many words on one page and it took super long just to finish reading and comprehending one page, but now I can read a book with relative ease. ^^
The trip to Korea helped improve my speaking skills alot. I use Korean everywhere I go and the amount of compliments I received further boosted my confidence, and hence my speaking skills 😀
Before the trip, I could write and read relatively well but speaking always posted a problem for me. I was afraid of sounding awkward and worried that my pronunciation was lousy. It was a psychological barrier. But in Korea, it was so natural and essential to speak Korean, I realised that I could actually form sentences with ease.
This blog has also been a source of motivation for me. There are times where I just want to give to my inner lazy self and not do anything, but the encouragement that I received from people here keeps me going. ^^
I’m thinking of how to further improve my blog. Let me know what you wanna see here k?
- tips / practical info on Korea?
- good places to visit in Korea?
- Korean textbooks/resources?
- on learning Korean?
If you have any questions, feel free to drop me an email ^^