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Koreabridge - Wed, 2023-01-04 02:45
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I have been teaching English in South Korea for about a year and my contract is about to end soon. I am looking for position where I will be teaching either kindergarten or elementary school students. I am qualified and ready to start. 

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Coffee in Korean – Useful vocabulary and phrases

Koreabridge - Tue, 2023-01-03 03:07

Hello, coffee lovers! In this article, you’ll learn how to say “coffee” in Korean. As you may have already realized, knowing some quick phrases for cafes can be mighty helpful. However, before you can get started on speaking out sentences, perhaps you need to learn some actual Korean vocabulary for coffee, as well as related terms.

These words, in combination with the phrases you’re about to learn, will have you mastering ordering coffee and other related conversations for your next visit to a Korean coffee shop!

How to say “coffee” in Korean

The word for “coffee” in Korean is 커피 (keopi). It’s a loan word from English, so it’s an easy one to remember; just need to make sure you get that small tweak in pronunciation right! Mostly this means replacing the double “ff” in English with “p.”

Additionally, be careful not to stress the vowel ㅓ so much it turns into ㅗ, as there is a similar word, 코피 (kopi), which means “nose bleed,” and you do not want to accidentally order that in the store!

Vocabulary related to “coffee” in Korean

Here’s a quick list of words that are directly related to the word coffee.

EnglishKorean coffee bean커피 콩 (keopi kong) coffee maker커피 메이커 (keopi meikeo) coffee pot커피 주전자 (keopi jujeonja) hand drip핸드 드립 (haendeu deurip) coffee shop커피 샵 (keopi shyap),
커피숍 (keopisyop),
커피 전문점(keopi jeonmunjeom) cafe카페 (kape) barista바리스타 (bariseuta) take-away cup휴대용 컵 (hyudaeyong keop) Most common coffee and hot beverages you can order in a cafe

Here’s another quick list you’ll usually find in the menu that Koreans really love! You can pick out and memorize your favorite coffee order to request in a Korean coffee shop from this list. Note that, many times, when you order in a cafe, the coffee drinks are presented with the word “cafe” or “coffee” in front of them. So, a latte may be a cafe latte, and so on.

EnglishKorean black coffee블랙 커피 (beullaek keopi) filter coffee필터 커피 (pilteo keopi) drip coffee드립 커피 (deurip keopi) hand drip coffee핸드드립커피 (haendeudeuripkeopi) americano아메리카노 (amerikano) cappuccino카푸치노 (kapuchino) latte라떼 (latte) mocha모카 (moka) macchiato마끼아또 (makkiatto) caramel macchiato카라멜 마끼아또 (karamel makkiatto) espresso에스프레소 (eseupeureso) espresso shot에스프레소 샷 (eseupeureso syat) cold brew콜드브루 (koldeubeuru) dutch coffee더치커피 (deochikeopi) vanilla latte바닐라라떼 (banillalatte) affogato아포가또 (apogatto) shakerato샤케라또 (syakeratto) hot chocolate핫 초코릿 (hat chokolit), 핫 초코렛 (hat chokolet) tea차 (cha) green tea녹차 (nokcha) black tea홍차 (hongcha) chai tea latte차이 티 라떼 (chai ti latte) green tea latte녹차라떼 (nokchalatte), 그린티라떼 (geurintilatte) black tea latte홍차라떼 (hongchalatte) chocolate latte초코라떼 (chokolatte) sweet potato latte고구마라떼 (gogumalatte) Other beverages you can order in a cafe

Here are some more drinks you can typically find in a coffee shop. It’s great to have this information, so you are ready to order once you hit the local Starbucks or indie cafe in Seoul!

EnglishKorean chamomile tea캐모마일차(kaemomailcha) citron tea유자차 (yujacha) earl grey tea얼그레이차 (eolgeureicha) grapefruit tea자몽차 (jamongcha) peppermint tea페퍼민트차 (pepeominteucha) milk tea밀크티 (milkeuti) jujube tea대추차 (daechucha) lemonade레몬에이드 (lemoneideu) grapefruit ade자몽에이드 (jamongeideu) green grape ade청포도에이드 (cheongpodoeideu) strawberry ade딸기에이드 (ttalgieideu) smoothie스무디 (seumudi) milkshake쉐이크 (sweikeu) watermelon juice수박주스 (subakjuseu) strawberry juice딸기주스 (ttalkijuseu) green grape juice청포도주스 (cheongpodojuseu) grapefruit juice자몽주스 (jamongjuseu) sikhye식혜 (sikhye) Sample sentences to use in a Korean coffee shop

Although the quick Korean phrases for the cafe will give you a quick roundabout for how to order coffee, here are some more example sentences you may find useful when talking about coffee.

나는 커피를 블랙으로 마시는 것을 좋아해. (naneun keopireul beullaegeuro masineun geoseul joahae.)

I like to drink my coffee black.

커피에 우유와 설탕을 넣어 주시겠어요? (keopie uyuwa seoltangeul neoeo jusigesseoyo?)

Can I have milk and sugar in my coffee, please?

죄송하지만 저는 녹차 라떼를 싫어해요. (joesonghajiman jeoneun nokcha rattereul sileohaeyo.)

I’m sorry, but I dislike green tea latte.

매일매일 커피를 마셔요. (maeilmaeil keopireul masyeoyo.)

I drink coffee every single day.

If you’d like to learn more phrases to use in coffee shops, like when you want to pay in cash, order for take out, etc., here’s our article dedicated to that.

Wrap Up

Now you’ve been equipped with a lot of knowledge of the vocabulary for coffee in the Korean language, plus the most common coffee and other types of drinks you can buy in coffee shops in Korea. As you learn Korean, why don’t you try ordering a good cup of coffee and perhaps a slice of cake, too?

Do you think you’ll be ready to fall in love with Korean coffee culture now? We hope you’ll get to experience this and along with Korean culture in general.

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My Book, Adoration of the Korean, for Sale on Amazon

Koreabridge - Tue, 2023-01-03 01:41
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My paperback book, Adoration of the Korean: Expatriate Tales Made in Korea, is now available for sale on Amazon. Some of you may have already read the html e-book version of this same book which I published many years ago online. I thought I would see how publishing this same book in print might work for me, especially for those of you who prefer a hardcopy of a book to an e-book. Here is the link to the book’s page on Amazon. Feel free to share the link and this news widely. Thank you and happy reading in 2023.

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Doing MATH in Korean – Essential Expressions | Korean FAQ

Koreabridge - Mon, 2023-01-02 18:00

I'm not a math teacher (fortunately), but I do know the basics that are commonly used in speech. This includes saying things like plus, minus, times, and divided by. In order to talk about math basically, you'll need at least a few common expressions which are contained in this video.

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Doing MATH in Korean – Essential Expressions | Korean FAQ

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Female Teacher looking for a job

Koreabridge - Mon, 2023-01-02 13:05
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Hi there!~

I am a skilled and experienced female English teacher looking for a new opportunity. With over 5 years of teaching and tutoring experience, I am confident in my ability to create engaging and effective lessons for students of all ages. I am available to start immediately and have a strong background in both classroom teaching and one-on-one tutoring.

Thank you for considering my application. Please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss potential job opportunities. I am excited to join a team and make a positive impact on the learning of my students.

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email: [email protected]

 

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Korean classes in January!

Koreabridge - Mon, 2023-01-02 03:11
Classified Ad Type: Location: Neighborhood: pnu haeundae seomyon ksu bsu jangsanContact person by email

Busan's Korean Language Institute For Foreigners (KLIFF) is offering classes for everyone.  Make a change by learning Korean this season.  The teachers at KLIFF can help!

Think it takes a year to speak Korean well?  Think again!  In just a  month we can get you speaking with the locals! 

KLIFF is located in two convenient locations: PNU and Haeundae. 

We have as many as 9 levels of Korean ability for you to choose from.  We also offer special lectures targeted toward the Korean proficiency test.

We're open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and available Sunday, too!

Questions or need directions?  Feel free to call us any time at 010-9108-6594, or email to [email protected].  You can also check us out at www.kliff.co.kr
See the map below to our PNU location, call or see our website for Haeundae classes.

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Busan's Korean Language Institute For Foreigners (KLIFF) is offering classes for everyone.  Make a change by learning Korean this season.  The teachers at KLIFF can help!

Think it takes a year to speak Korean well?  Think again!  In just a  month we can get you speaking with the locals! 

KLIFF is located in two convenient locations: PNU and Haeundae. 

We have as many as 9 levels of Korean ability for you to choose from.  We also offer special lectures targeted toward the Korean proficiency test.

We're open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and available Sunday, too!

Questions or need directions?  Feel free to call us any time at 010-9108-6594, or email to [email protected].  You can also check us out at www.kliff.co.kr
See the map below to our PNU location, call or see our website for Haeundae classes.

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Templestay – Guinsa Temple (Danyang, Chungcheongbuk-do)

Koreabridge - Mon, 2023-01-02 00:07
Guinsa Temple in Danyang, Chungcheongbuk-do. Introduction to Temple

Guinsa Temple is located in Danyang, Chungcheongbuk-do. And the name of the temple means “Salvation of Humanity Temple” in English. Guinsa Temple is located up a long valley north of the towering Mt. Sobaeksan (1439.6 m). The temple was first completed in 1945, when a small hut was built on the grounds by the founder, Sangwol-wongak, of the modern Cheontae-jong Order. During the Korean War (1950-1953), the temple was destroyed by fire. Then in 1966, Guinsa Temple was rebuilt and expanded.

Guinsa Temple is the headquarters to the Cheontae-jong Order in Korea, which governs over 140 temples like Samgwangsa Temple in Busan. Also, the Cheontae-jong Order has over two million adherents. In total, the temple is home to fifty buildings that include shrine halls, meeting centres, dorms, and administrative offices. The temple is so large that it can house up to 10,000 monks at any given time.

Guinsa Temple offers an impressive 5 Templestay programs at their temple. All 5 programs are at least 1 night and two day programs. During these programs, the temple offers a wide variety of activities like a temple tour, bead making, tea time with a monk, meditation, and so much more.

For more on Guinsa Temple.

Directions

To get to Guinsa Temple, you’ll first need to get to the Danyang Intercity Bus Terminal. From this terminal, you’ll need to board a bus bound for Guinsa Temple. The first bus for Guinsa Temple leaves at 9:20 a.m., and the last bus leaves at 8:20 p.m. This bus leaves every hour.

Templestay Programs

Guinsa Temple offers the most Templestay programs at their temple. In total, they offer 5 programs. They are the Be Like a Monk for 4 Nights and 5 Days Program, the Mountain & I Program, the Let It Go: With Walking Meditation Program, the For Re-Participants Program, and the Let It Be: Tea with a Monk Program. All five programs offer a wide variety of activities for participants. Here are each of their schedules:

A: Be Like a Monk for 4 Nights and 5 Days Program

There doesn’t appear to be a formal schedule for this program; instead, what it looks like is that you’ll actually live and participate in temple life like a monk.

B: Mountain & I Program TimeTitle00:00-00:00Program Can Be Changed13:00-14:00Check-In14:30-15:30Orientation15:30-17:30Prayer Bead Making & Temple Tour17:30-18:00Evening Ceremony18:00-19:00Dinner19:00-22:00Tea with a Monk and Free Time22:00-03:00Bedtime TimeTitle03:30-04:30Early Morning Ceremony04:30-06:00Free Time06:30-07:00Breakfast08:20-09:30Walking Meditation09:30-10:30Free Time10:30-11:00Check-Out

(This schedule is subject to change)

C: Let It Go: With Walking Meditation Program TimeTitle00:00-00:00Program Can Be Changed14:00-14:30Check-In14:30-15:30Orientation15:30-17:30Temple Tour & Prayer Bead Making17:30-18:00Evening Ceremony18:00-19:00Dinner19:00-22:00Free Time22:00-03:00Bedtime TimeTitle03:30-04:30Morning Ceremony 06:30-07:00Breakfast07:00-08:30Free Time08:20-09:30Walking Meditation09:30-10:30Free Time10:30-11:00Check-Out

(This schedule is subject to change)

A dragon design at the temple. D: For Re-Participants Program TimeTitle00:00-00:00Program Can Be Changed13:00-14:00Check-In14:30-15:30Orientation15:30-17:30Prayer Bead Making & Temple Tour17:30-18:00Evening Ceremony18:00-19:00Dinner19:00-22:00Tea with a Monk – Free Time22:00-03:00Bedtime TimeTitle03:30-04:30Morning Ceremony06:30-07:00Breakfast 07:30-10:30Free Time 10:30-11:00Check-Out

(This schedule is subject to change)

E: Let It Be: Tea with a Monk Program TimeTitle00:00-00:00Program Can Be Changed14:00-14:30Check-In14:30-15:30Orientation15:30-17:30Prayer Bead Making & Temple Tour17:30-18:00Evening Ceremony18:00-19:00Dinner19:00-22:00Tea with a Monk – Free time22:00-03:00Bedtime TimeTitle03:30-04:30Morning Ceremony06:30-07:00Breakfast 07:30-10:30Free Time10:30-11:00Check-Out

(This schedule is subject to change)

Temple Information

Address: 73 Guinsa-gil, Yeongchun-myeon, Danyang-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do

Tel: 043-420-7425,7397

E-mail: [email protected]

Fees

Be Like a Monk for 4 Nights and 5 Days Program – adults – 200,000 won; students (up to 18 years of age) – 200,000 won

Mountain & I Program – adults – 60,000 won; students (up to 18 years of age) – 60,000 won; pre-schoolers – 60,000 won

Let It Go: With Walking Meditation Program – adults – 60,000 won; students (up to 18 years of age) – 60,000 won

For Re-Participants Program – adults – 60,000 won; students (up to 18 years of age) – 60,000 won; pre-schoolers – 60,000 won

Let It Be: Tea with a Monk Program – adults – 60,000 won; students (up to 18 years of age) – 60,000 won

*The cancellation policy is as follows: 3 days before: 100% refund; 2 days before: 50% refund; 1 day before: 10% refund; the day of the reservation there is no refund.

Links

Reservations for the Be Like a Monk for 4 Nights and 5 Days Program

Reservations for the Mountain & I Program

Reservations for the Let It Go: With Walking Meditation Program

Reservations for the For Re-Participants Program

Reservations for the Let It Be: Tea with a Monk Program

Temple buildings at Guinsa Temple. —

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Dale's Korean Temple Adventures YouTube

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Looking for a Teaching Position

Koreabridge - Sun, 2023-01-01 22:10
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Hello,

I am looking for a teaching position in Busan or its adjacent suburbs. I have a decent experience teaching a wide range of students, from elementary to professionals, in Korea and abroad. Although my latest job entailed teaching university students Academic English , I consider myself a highly motivated professional able to adapt to and teach various students ages and learning styles.

I am available starting from the month of February or March. Should you require further details, do not hesitate to contact me.

P.S. No kindergarten positions please. I only wear one hat; that's of a teacher.

Thank you,

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Substitute Available Until January 13th

Koreabridge - Sun, 2023-01-01 08:12
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I am available after 2pm Mon-Fri until January 13th.

I have a car, so most locations should be fine.

If you need an experienced substitute teacher, please let me know!

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iCON real estate agency (Licensed English speaking realtor)

Koreabridge - Sun, 2023-01-01 07:39
Location: Business/Organization Type: Website: https://www.facebook.com/RealestateBusanEmail: Contact person by email

Happy New Year! Everyone!

Hello. This is Changwoo Yang. I am a licensed English speaking realtor. I opened my own agency recently.

Finding a place to live in Korea can be especially daunting. Difficulties with language and communication, knowledge of various localities, types of housing, pricing and even knowing where to begin can all be an intimidating and stressful process. While being a Busan native, I myself have experience of living overseas in a foreign country and understand how difficult the house hunting process can be for those who come to Korea from overseas.

As a licensed realtor, I am here to provide a full range of services to help in finding your next place to call home. My specialty is in serving the real estate needs of the English-speaking foreigner community in the Busan area. Aside from real estate, I also offer paid translation services for related business or social situations.

I typically work with 50 to 100 foreign customers every year and am knowledgeable about the various housing options all over the city that can provide the best match. I can also provide assistance with relocation services. Please let me know your budget, desired type of housing, type and period of contract, exact move-in date, preferred area in Busan, pets and any special requests.

The best time for house hunting is 2 to 3 weeks before your move-in date, as landlords typically do not want their properties vacant for any longer than that. I have a list of housing for sale or rent throughout the entirety of Busan. I can help set up private tours and can travel anywhere in the Busan immediate area. While there is no additional cost for English real estate services, I may require a minimal travel fee in order to cover my travel costs. Please contact me for more details.

Finding a place to live and signing a contract is only part of the process. I am not a realtor who disappears after signing a contract. I believe in establishing an ongoing relationship. Foreign customers often require continuous help with things such as communicating with landlords, setting up repairs, renewals, etc. When you sign a contract through me, I will continue to help with these aspects throughout the duration of your contract. If any dispute arises, I will advocate on your behalf. Even if you are not my customer, I would be happy to provide counsel to the best of my ability for any questions you may have with your current housing.

Please feel free to contact me through email, phone, or text (Kakaotalk is most preferred).

 

Agency Name : iCON real estate 아이콘공인중개사사무소

CEO Name : Changwoo Yang 양창우

Address : 부산광역시 금정구 명서로 76, 201호

TELL : 010-9100-1793

Registration Number : 제 26410-2022-00070호

E-mail : y[email protected]

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