Have you ever ate malatang (麻辣烫) with your 배프 (best friend) and started to crave Burger King's Junior Wopper all of sudden? 何 (nani)? Yes, this podcast is all about 의미없으면서도 (has no meaning) 有意思 (and has a meaning). Life is 복잡해 (confusing), so let's instead get Lost in Translation with 私 (me). 화이팅! 加油! 頑張って! Yay?
Level of my languages (out of 4 ⭐️s):
進撃の巨人(Shingeki no Kyojin)
darling in the franxx
最近我身体不是很好， 所以我每天上班之后马上回家，躺着就没做什么。所以呢经常很无聊时候，我用一个app叫hellotalk 为了和中国人，日本人交流。
(한국어) 커피와 약
그냥 커피와 약 그리고 스토리
(English) Tips for Learning Languages (Especially East Asian Languages)
-What is your WHY?
-how to take advantage of all the tools out there
Common thing about these languages: Subject may not be important
Korean: (lots of medium to learn) Agglutinative language : morphemes + affixes. SOV. Enunciation is important. Can basically learn to read and write in couple hours
Chinese: Learn Chinese first so you know kanji for Japanese later and Japanese have very similar grammar compared to Korean. The 4 tones are the hardest to learn and having strong foundation is very important. No grammar?
Japanese: (lots of medium to learn) SOV. Pronounciation is easy. Pitch accent
(English) Why did I NOT go to the Ivy League?
(English) What I Learned from the Past 1 Month in Korea
-what I learned from past 1 month in Korea
1. 3 party rule
2. Absolute obedience
3. Absolute rule/no questioning why you are doing something or the result of doing something
4. First time where I was forced to do something and if not, would be legal actions againsy it
5. Appreciating life and realizing i have taken my freedom for granted
6. Rip to aha podcast