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Wed, 2021-07-21 04:26
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Dong-Eui UniversityContact person by email

Hi, I am urgently leaving Busan in the first week of September and I am looking for someone to take over my two-room house with attached Kitchen and washroom near Dong-Eui University. My contract will be terminated by end of Feb 2022.

Deposit: 3 million

Rent : 340,000 won

No Maintenance

Internet Free

Wardrobe, Table, Micro oven, Refrigerator included

Looking for someone to move in ASAP.

Please contact me on +821043387786 for pictures and further inquiry.


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F6 Visa ESL Teacher Looking for 3-4 Days/Week Afterschool/Academy Job

Wed, 2021-07-21 02:53
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Hello, I am an enthusiastic and highly skilled teacher with a F6 Visa and more than 14 years of experience teaching ESL to kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school and university students. I am currently looking for a 3-4 days a week afterschool/academy teaching position. Let me know if you are interested and send me your email address, I will send you a resume and a photo. I will look forward to hearing from you. Best Regards.

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The HIDDEN meaning of 반갑다 | Korean FAQ

Tue, 2021-07-20 12:26

A common English mistake that I hear from native Korean speakers is saying "Nice to meet you" after seeing someone they already know. This is because in their head, they're translating the expression 반가웠어요 or 반가워요 incorrectly. A similar thing can happen if a Korean learner is trying to translate Korean to English in their head.

If a Korean uses the verb 반갑다, it doesn't always mean that you're "meeting" someone for the first time. 반갑다 can also be used when you're simply seeing someone again (think "Nice to see you"), but that's not all. 반갑다 actually has an even simpler meaning at its core, and that's what I'll explain in this video.

The post The HIDDEN meaning of 반갑다 | Korean FAQ appeared first on Learn Korean with GO! Billy Korean.





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[vocab] The words that start with 'ㄱ'

Tue, 2021-07-20 11:00

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Hi 안녕하세요 I'm Won!
I hope this channel is helpful

Private Korean lesson (Conversation, Pronunciation, Writing etc)
You can check more detail on my Instagram page

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Yunjangdae – Revolving Scriptures Library Pillar: 윤장대

Mon, 2021-07-19 23:19
Inside the Daejang-jeon Hall at Yongmunsa Temple in Yecheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The Yunjangdae, or “Revolving Scriptures Library Pillar” is to the Right of the Main Altar. Introduction

Perhaps the most obscure piece of artwork that you’ll find at a Korean Buddhist temple is the Yunjangdae, or “Revolving Scriptures Library Pillar.” In all of my travels, which now exceeds five hundred temples and hermitages, I’ve only encountered these beautiful libraries at three Korean Buddhist temples. So where can you find them? What do they look like? And why are they there?

Yunjangdae Design

The Yunjangdae, which is also known as a Jeonryunjang, is a colourfully painted library that houses Buddhist texts inside a wooden pillar. The Yunjangdae is rooted to the ground, but it has the ability to rotate caused by a spinning base. It can also be fastened to the ceiling with a spindle pillar, as well. The design of the Yunjangdae goes from narrow at the base to much broader near the top of the revolving pillar. Inside the body of the Yunjangdae, you’ll find multiple floral designed doors. And at the top of the Yunjangdae rests a bright red canopy. In addition to all this, the Yunjangdae can be adorned with dragons, Gwimyeon (Monster Masks), or even more flowers like lotus flowers and/or peonies.

The eastern Yunjangdae inside the Daejang-jeon Hall at Yongmunsa Temple. And some of the floral woodwork adorning the western Yunjangdae inside the Daejang-jeon Hall at Yongmunsa Temple. Yunjangdae Purpose

The purpose behind the Yunjangdae is closely associated to what it houses inside it. Inside the body of the Yunjangdae, and housed on multiple bookshelves, are rows of Buddhist texts. It’s believed by Buddhists that if you turn the Yunjangdae, while attempting to receive good karma, that you’ll in fact attain it by pushing the Yunjangdae around. It’s believed that by spinning the Yunjangdae around just once that you’ve read the entire canon of Buddhist texts housed inside the Yunjangdae. This idea is similar to the one found in Vajrayana Buddhism (which is also known as Tantric or Esoteric Buddhism). This form of Buddhist practices can be found in the form of prayer wheels in Tibetan and Mongolian Buddhist beliefs, so it’s rather interesting that it takes the form of the Yunjangdae on the Korean peninsula.


Because the Yunjangdae is so obscure and hard to find, like I said previously, I’ve only ever seen them at three temples in Korea. The first, which is the most historically significant, and also a Korean National Treasure, are the pair of Yunjangdae found at Yongmunsa Temple in Yecheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do. Alongside the Daejang-jeon Hall that they’re housed in, the pair of Yunjangdae at Yongmunsa Temple are National Treasure #328. The pair date back to 1173 A.D., and they were built during the Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392) in the hopes of overcoming a national crisis.

The two other examples can be found inside the Myeongbu-jeon Hall at Gapsa Temple in Gongju, Chungcheongnam-do. And the other modern example of a Yunjangdae can be found inside the Cheonwangmun Gate at Mihwangsa Temple in Haenam, Jeollanam-do.

The Yunjangdae inside the Myeongbu-jeon Hall at Gapsa Temple in Gongju, Chungcheongnam-do. —


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#17 조니는 혼자가 좋아! (Johnny likes to be alone!) -ENG

Mon, 2021-07-19 10:48

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I hope this channel is helpful

Private Korean lesson (Conversation, Pronunciation, Writing etc)
You can check more detail on my Instagram page

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Mobile Workstation Dell Precision 7730 17.3" i9-8950HK

Mon, 2021-07-19 01:17
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: GijangContact person by email

Dell Precision 7730 Mobile Workstation

17.3" FHD (4K display available)

i9-8950HK ~4.8Ghz 6core (The best cpu for 8th Gen)

Nvidia Quadro P3200 6GB GDDR5


Clean, No Blemishes

Webcam/Backlight Keyboard

3 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports w/PowerShare, 2 x Thunderbolt 3 type C ports, SD Card reader, mini Display Port 1.4, HDMI port 2.0, Ethernet Port, Headphone jack, FPR optional, IR camera optional, Smartcard reader

Asking 1,850,000won

Call or Text 010-2833-6637

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Things 2

Sat, 2021-07-17 23:24
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Gimhae Museum Station Contact person by email

ROTICAMP tent, fits 3-4. 

Asking 20,000KRW OBO

Pick up at Gimhae Museum Station

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Used Books for sale

Sat, 2021-07-17 06:38
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Many Used Books for Sale.  ₩2,000 or best offer on all books unless otherwise priced.

The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson

Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica

The Gone World by Tom SweterListsch

The catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger

The Ethics of today by Gianni Vattimo

Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy by Douglas Adams

The Freeze-Frame Revolution by Peter Watts

The Vegetarian by Hans Kang

Career of Eveil by Robert GalBraith

The Politics of Experience and the Birds of Paradise by R. D. Laing.

Birds Without Wings by Louis Bernieres.

The Girl who Takes an Eye for an Eye by Stieg Larsson's

John Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach

Her Body & other parties by Carmen Maria Machado.

Finders Keepers by Stephen King

After the Quake by Murakami.

Letter to a Christian Nation by Sam Harris

Deception Point by Dan Brown

Outliers by Malcom Gladwell.

The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell.

David and Goliath by Malcom Gladwell.

Blink by Malcom Gladwell.

Being and Time by Martin Heidegger. (5,000)

The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins. (5,000)

Breaking the Spell by Daniel C. Dennet. (5,000)

Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for thinking by Daniel Dennet. (5,000)

Dune, The great Trilogy by Frank Herbert. (5,000)

Darwin's Dangerous Idea by Daniel Dennet.(5,000)

The Grand Design by Stephan Hawking.(5,000)

The Girl in the Spiders Web by David Lagercrantz. (5,000)

Thirst by Scott Harrison. (5,000)

The Book Of Swords edited by Gardner Dozois.  (5,000)

Nietzsche Philosophy, Psychologist, Antichrist, by Walter Kaufmann. (5,000)

The Lucifer Effect, Understanding How Good People Turn Eveil by Philip Zimbardo. (5,000)

The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky.(5,000)

4321 by Paul Auster.  (5,000)

I Wonder by Annaka Harris.  (5,000)

Cosmos by Carl Sagan (5,000)

Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky (2,000)

Blackfish City by Sam J. Miller (2,000)

Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions by Edwin A. Abbot (1,000)

Failed States by Noam Chomsky (2000)

The 100 Year Old Man Who Jumped Out the Window by Jonas Jonasson (2,000)

Dear Life Stories by Alice Munro (2000)

The Time Machine by H. G. Wells (1000)

Le Petit Prince (1,000)

Death of a Lady's Man by Leonard Cohen (2000)

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green (2,000)

Perfume by Patrick Suskind. (2,000)

Utilitarianism 2nd Edition by J.S. Mill (1,000)

The Stranger by Albert Camus (2,000)

Night by Elie Wiesel. (2,000)

The Glass Palace by Amitav Ghosh. (2,000)

The Course of Love by Alain de Botton. (2,000)

Wonders of the Universe by Brian Cox (10,000)

The Illustrated Brief History of Time and The Universe in a Nutshell by Stephan Hawking, (10,000)

The Magic Of Realty by Richard Dawkins.

The Greatest Show on Earth by Richard Dawkins

And the Mountains Echoed by Haled Hosseini

The Rig by Roger Levy

A thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini (free)

A Midsummer NIghts Dream by Shakespeare

Sapiens A brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari

Never Let me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro (free)

Story, Substance, Structure, Style, and the principles of screenwriting by Robert McKee

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Sat, 2021-07-17 01:17
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: Gimhae Museum Station Contact person by email

1. Random Assortment of School Supplies (perfect for camp)

Includes the following (there are more items, some are brand new, some are used): magnifying glasses, play corn, balloon, construction paper, A4 Clear Pocket Folder, Straws, Drops, Fishing line, Glue, Rubber band, ribbon, tape, hot glue gun, ruler, paint, candles, string, etc.) - Pink Tub included.

Asking for 15,000KRW


2. Green and Blue Tub

Dimensions: 37.5 x 40 x 28 cm

Asking for 2,000 KRW total for both tubs


3. Green Tub (x2)

Dimensions: 56 x 36 x 28 cm

Asking for 3,000 KRW total for both tubs


4. 220 to 100 V Transformer

Asking for 15,000 KRW 


Pick up at Gimhae Museum Station, purple line

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Hyundai Avante 2004 Gold VVT model

Sat, 2021-07-17 01:06
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Hyundai Avante 2004 Gold VVT model = 2,500,000 krw

Tinted windows (70% non-transparent)

New tyres (bought September 2020. Can be driven till September 2025)

Black box available both front and back

Parking camera installed

Woofer Sound stereo installed

Millage currently not more than 109,000km

Engine in perfect condition (car maintenance every three-four months)

No accident or scratch on vehicle

Every other part of the car in PERFECT condition

You can visit anytime to see.


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Korean Test Practice with Billy [Ep. 31] – Intermediate Korean (Listening Practice)

Fri, 2021-07-16 12:28

If you're preparing for the TOPIK, or just any sort of Korean test, then this series is for you. In my "Korean Test Practice" series you can practice a variety of questions ranging from Beginner to Advanced. This week's question is for Intermediate level learners.

There are currently 31 episodes in this series, so if you'd like to really challenge yourself (and if you're advanced level), then why not try practicing all 31 of them in a row?

Here is the listening example:

여러분 안녕하세요. 저는 지금 가족과 소풍을 와 있어요. 여기 어디인지 아세요? 네, 맞아요. 요즘 인기 있는 곰의 스카프 공원이에요. 앗! 안돼 까치! 언니 지금 방송 중이잖아. 까치야 인사해. 아, 뭐야. 인사하라니까 바로 가버렸네. 네. 까치는 저희 집 막내예요. 지난달에 2살 됐어요. 원래 여기 애견 운동장이 같이 있다고 해서 까치도 데리고 왔는데 다른 강아지들이랑 잘 못 놀길래 그냥 저희랑 같이 놀고 있어요. 저기 뒤에 보이는 두 분이 저희 엄마랑 아빠예요. 2시간째 낚시 중이신데 아빠는 아직 한 마리도 못 잡으셨어요. 네, 맞아요. 여기 텐트도 설치할 수 있고 바비큐 그릴도 쓸 수 있어서 정말 좋은 것 같아요. 네. 텐트 쓰려면 무조건 예약해야 돼요. 다음 주에 또 예약 오픈하니까 그때 성공하세요! 앗, 저는 언니가 저녁 혼자 준비한다고 화내고 있어서 이만 가볼게요. 여러분 안녕!

Here is the English translation:

Hello everyone. Now I am on a picnic with my family. Do you know where we are? Yes, that’s right. This is the recently popular Bear’s Scarf Park. Ah! No, Magpie! I’m broadcasting (streaming) right now. Say hi, Magpie. Ah, come on. I asked it to say hi and she just left right away. All right. Magpie (dog) is the youngest in our family. She turned 2 last month. Originally one of the reasons I brought Magpie here is because there’s a dog playground at the park, but she didn’t get along well with other dogs so she’s just playing with us. The two people you see behind are my mom and dad. My dad’s been fishing now for 2 hours but he hasn’t caught even one fish yet. Yes, that’s right. You can put up tents here and use a barbecue grill, so I think it’s really nice. Yes. If you want to use a tent, you must make a reservation. Next week, reservations open again so get it (reservation) then! Ah, I should go now because my older sister said she’s preparing dinner all by herself, and is getting mad. Bye everyone!

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Everglow (2021)

Fri, 2021-07-16 07:23
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BGN Eye Hospital summer vacation event!!!

Fri, 2021-07-16 04:59
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Summer vacation is coming and BGN Eye Hospital prepared a special gift for you all!!!

Use this summer vacation to get rid of your glasses and contact lenses, as BGN Eye Hospital provides maximum discounts for all SMILE surgeries up to 300,000 won!!!

Moreover get post-surgery eye drops ( worth 100,000 KRW) for all SMILE surgeries free of charge!!

BGN SMILE starts as low as 2,300,000 KRW for both eyes!!!

Make your first step to your 20/20 vision with BGN and enjoy your vacation!

Work, studies and normal activities are possible already on the next day, while water sports and extreme activities are possible only after 1 week with ReLEx SMILE!

Special promotion is valid only for examinations and surgeries done within the period from 19th of July to the 16th of August!

Hurry up and get your clear vision today!

For booking an appointment and free Lasik consultation please refer to the following details:

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