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A bilingual podcast to make your language learning an inspired journey 여러분의 언어습득 과정에 힘을 드리고자 만드는 이중언어 팟캐스트입니다. Many of the episodes come with the transcript and translations. 많은 방송편들은 받아적고 해설한 자료가 제공됩니다.
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사투리 means “dialects” in Korean. There are many 사투리 in Korea, and some of them have social and cultural significances. We will explore the world of 사투리 from these perspectives. We also cover three most important factors in human relationships by sharing the difficulties we had with our marriage and how we overcame them..Summary of the Episode: Secti…
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사투리 means “dialects” in Korean. There are many 사투리 in Korea, and some of them have social and cultural significances. We will explore the world of 사투리 from these perspectives. We also cover three most important factors in human relationships by sharing the difficulties we had with our marriage and how we overcame them..Summary of the Episode: Secti…
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There is this music genre popular in Korea that’s more Korean than K-Pop, K-Ballads, K-R&B and things like that. Eunice and Jonson talk about what it is and its place in the Korean society. They also discuss probably the most important aspect of our lives, human relationships..Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 마음; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기…
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There is this music genre popular in Korea that’s more Korean than K-Pop, K-Ballads, K-R&B and things like that. Eunice and Jonson talk about what it is and its place in the Korean society. They also discuss probably the most important aspect of our lives, human relationships..Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 마음; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기…
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There is a Korean expression that Koreans use to express their disappointment… or sadness. But it’s used differently from the way the words “disappointed” or “sad” are used in English. You will have a clear idea how it works once you listen to this episode. And we are also going to find out why you rarely see kids at playgrounds in Korea. .Summary …
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There is a Korean expression that Koreans use to express their disappointment… or sadness. But it’s used differently from the way the words “disappointed” or “sad” are used in English. You will have a clear idea how it works once you listen to this episode. And we are also going to find out why you rarely see kids at playgrounds in Korea. .Summary …
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This is a previously released SpongeLoop episode but repeated 20 times. This is meant for repetitive listening, my absolute favorite language learning technique. You can request the transcript and the translations at SpongeMind.org. This episode was originally called Sponge Loop #25 계란밥Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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This is a previously released SpongeLoop episode but repeated 20 times. This is meant for repetitive listening, my absolute favorite language learning technique. You can request the transcript and the translations at SpongeMind.org. This episode was originally called Sponge Loop #24 흥부와 놀부.Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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In this episode, Eunice and Jonson talk about how Koreans say “OK, Boomer”. They also talk about the culture and trends around plastic surgery in Korea, and what pushes Korean girls into going under the knife. ---Summary of the Episode: Segment 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 꼰대Segment 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 성형수술Segment 3 (깊은 얘기) = 직업…
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What’s the Korean idiom for “bad influence”? And what’s up with that gold colored tea that almost every Korean restaurant serves for free? We are going to cover it all in this episode!---Summary of the Episode: Segment 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 물들다Segment 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 보리차Segment 3 (깊은 얘기) = 직업Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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In this episode, Eunice and Jonson discuss the English education in Korea and how it changed over time… and what it means in Korean social life when your ears start getting “itchy”.Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 귀가 가렵다; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 한국의 영어교육; Section 3 (깊은 얘기) = 소비 문화Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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This is a previously released SpongeLoop episode but repeated 20 times. This is meant for repetitive listening, my absolute favorite language learning technique. You can request the transcript and the translations at SpongeMind.org. This episode was originally called Sponge Loop #10 설날.Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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This is a previously released SpongeLoop episode but repeated 20 times. This is meant for repetitive listening, my absolute favorite language learning technique. You can request the transcript and the translations at SpongeMind.org. This episode was originally called Sponge Loop #23 감사한 것.Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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When Koreans say you have big hands, it sometimes has nothing to do with the body parts attached to your arms. It is an expression and it’s used when… well, you are going to find out from this episode. Oh and also how the name “Korea” came about.Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 손이 크다; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 코리아 라는 나라 이름의 유래; Section…
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Eunice and Jonson talk about the expression Koreans use to describe someone who gets swayed by others too easily. They also talk about how our feeling and mood can change from moment to moment and how it impacts us.Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 귀가 얇다; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 부대찌개; Section 3 (깊은 얘기) = 성격…
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This is a previously released SpongeLoop episode but repeated 20 times. This is meant for repetitive listening, my absolute favorite language learning technique. You can request the transcript and the translations at SpongeMind.org. This episode was originally called Sponge Loop #22 뻔한 생각.Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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Koreans love sharing their food…but not always. And maybe not anymore, at least for certain kinds of food. In this episode, Eunice and Jonson discuss the food sharing culture in Korea and how it changed over time.Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 꼬리를 내리다; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 음식 나눠먹기; Section 3 (깊은 얘기) = 성격…
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Almost every Korean male has to serve in the military, and as a consequence, military culture permeates the entire Korean society. In this episode, Eunice and Jonson discuss the military culture in Korea as well as important military lingo commonly used by Koreans.Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 거품 물다; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 한국의 군대…
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This is a previously released SpongeLoop episode but repeated 20 times. This is meant for repetitive listening, my absolute favorite language learning technique. You can request the transcript and the translations at SpongeMind.org. This episode is called Sponge Loop #21 즐겁게 사는 법.Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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Let us tell you about the fascinating food delivery culture in the old days in Korea. Oh and about this thing that you’d have to do for your friends if you won a lottery in Korea.Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 한턱 내다; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 한국의 배달문화; Section 3 (깊은 얘기) = 건강Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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Did you know there’s one Korean word that can be used for both cold water and hot soup? Or Korean professional baseball was first created for a political reason? Or orange juice is actually bad for you?Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 시원하다; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 프로야구; Section 3 (깊은 얘기) = 건강…
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SpongeMind Podcast is back, with a new regular guest! Jonson and Eunice, his lovely wife, are going to give you many fun conversations about Korean language and culture. Summary of the Episode: Section 1 (오늘의 한국말) = 밥; Section 2 (재미있는 한국 이야기) = 단군 이야기; Section 3 (깊은 얘기) = 건강Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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SpongeMind Podcast is back, with a new regular guest! Jonson and Eunice, his lovely wife, are going to give you many fun conversations about Korean language and culture. In this episode, you will learn about the 3 usages of the Korean word 밥. We are also going to tell you the legend of 단군, the founding father of Korea.…
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우리는 배우고 있는 외국어에 대해 열등감을 종종 느끼곤 합니다. 오늘의 초대손님 린디 (Lindie Botes)는 한국어를 포함한 여러 언어를 유창하게 구사하는데도 똑같이 그렇다고 하시네요. 오늘은 그녀가 한국어에 대해 열등감을 느끼게 하는 세가지가 무엇인지 얘기해봅니다. 한국어, 영어 이중언어 인터뷰 형식으로 스펀지마인드에서 들으시게 됩니다!Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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Yes, we often feel insecure about the target language we are still learning. And Lindie Botes, a famous polyglot who speaks fluent Korean, is no exception. Today she talks about three things that make her feel insecure about her Korean in this a bilingual interview in Korean and English. Thanks for listening to SpongeMind Podcast!…
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미국인 이안과의 대화 시리즈 마지막 편입니다. 이안씨가 외국인으로서 한국어 배울 때 한 일들 중에 후회가 되는 실수가 하나 있는데요 거기에 대해 얘기해봅니다. 구체적으로 이해하기 어려운 문법요소들이 나올 때 어떻게 해야할지 그 접근법에 대해 얘기를 풀어나갑니다. 영어 배우는 방법과도 많은 연관이 되는 얘기인데요, 스펀지마인드 팟캐스트에서 들으실 수 있습니다!Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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미국인 이안이 한국어를 배울 때 다른 외국인들, 즉 비 원어민과 대화연습을 한 경험, 그리고 그게 어떻게 이안의 한국어 습득을 도와주었는지에 대해서 얘기합니다. 영어 등 다른 언어습득에도 도움이 되는 얘기, 스펀지마인드 팟캐스트에서 들으실 수 있습니다!Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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이안은 미국에서 왔습니다. 근데 경상도 사투리를 찐하게 하는 부산 남자이기도 합니다. 외국어 습득에 있어서 사투리를 배우는 게 어떤 식으로 도움이 되는지에 대한 얘기를 합니다. 스펀지마인드 팟캐스트는 영어 한국어 이중언어 방송이므로 같은 대화를 영어로도 들으실 수 있습니다. A Busan Dude from America 란 제목을 찾으세요.Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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스펀지루프는 영어 듣기 연습을 위한 무료 자료입니다. Sponge Loop is a series of relatively easy English conversations for English listening practice. 이 방송편은 Body Insecurity에 대한 Annie와의 마지막 대화가 됩니다. 받아적고 해설한 자료를 무료로 받으려면 다음 사이트로 가세요: http://spongemind.org/-Provided by SpongeMind 스펀지마인드Bởi Jonson Lee 존슨 리
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