Thursday, September 29, 2011

KIM RAE WON PHYSICAL ALTERCATION WITH FEMALE WORKER?



WOW, just read a news about Kim Rae Won. It has been so long since his last movie/drama, and he is back with this rumor? poor guy. hope the rumor is not true so he can focus in act and satisfy his fans ^^

http://www.soompi.com/news/kim-rae-won-denies-rumors-of-physical-altercation-with-female-worker
Kim Rae Won Denies Rumors of Physical Altercation with Female Worker
Rumors began to surface that the actor Kim Rae Won was drinking at a bar where females provide companion services (Room Salon), and got into a physical altercation during the early hours of September 29. According to the rumors, the female worker was physically injured.

A representative of Kim Rae Won’s agency stated, “Because he is appearing in a new drama, on September 28 he had a company outing with agency representatives. One of the representatives got into a verbal argument with a female worker and Kim Rae Won tried to stop the fight in the middle, everyone was only shouting.”

The representative continued, “It wasn’t a physical altercation. There was no physical altercation. Everything was settled with the Room Salon. It is unfortunate that such rumors have surfaced.”

Currently Kim Rae Won will return to acting with SBS’s “1,000 Days Promise.” It has been nearly 3 years and 6 months since he has acted.

Previously Kim Rae Won has appeared in dramas such as, “Love Story in Harvard” and “Gourmet.” He also appeared in famous Korean films such as “Insadong Scandal” and “My Little Bride.”

Sunday, September 25, 2011

HIPOKONDRIA

Apa sih HIPOKONDRIA itu?
Hipokondria adalah perasaan berlebihan yang dimiliki oleh seseorang akan suatu penyakit.

Contoh:
Jika seseorang demam, maka akan berfikir dan mengobatinya dengan demam saja. Tetapi untuk Hipokondria maka demem bisa dianggap sakit berat. Misal demam berdarah, atau bahkan penyakit berat lainnya.

Jika sedang batuk, maka orang hipokondria bisa berfikir bahawa batuknya itu merupakan gejala kanker paru atau bronkitis. Bahkan terkadang disela batuknya orang-orang hipokondria tak jarang merasa bahwa batuknya mungkin akan mengeluarkan darah. Padahal tidak!

Meskipun dokter yang dikunjungi mengatakan tidak mengidap penyakit bahaya atau yang dialami hanya penyakit biasa, orang-orang Hipokondria biasanya tidak percaya. Kemudian mereka akan mencari dokter lain bahkan mungkin alternatif juga.

Orang-orang Hipokondria gemar mencari info seputar penyakit. Mulai dari membaca buku, mencari di internet, kujungan RS/klinik,dokter/dll... dan "ilmunya" akan dihubung-hubungkan dengan keadaan fisiknya yang akhirnya mendiagnosa sendiri bahwa dirinya mengalami suatu penyakit parah.

Ada juga orang-orang Hipokondria yang memanfaatkan keadaan dirinya yang diangap sakit berat untuk mendapatkan simpati dan mungkin juga perhatian-perhatian lain yang sesuai dengan tujuannya. Karena dia berfikir "sakit akan memberi berkah" meskipun sebenarnya orang Hipokondria tersebut tidak sakit.
Orang-orang sekitarnya yang tidak tahu akhirnya akan mengaggap orang Hipokondria tersebut benar-benar mengidap suatu penyakit berat.

Hipokondria adalah gangguan psikis/jiwa yang disebabkan stress, "sok tahu akan penyakit", kecemasan berlebih, dll

Hipokondria bisa disembuhkan dengan mengunjungi psikiatris

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Morning Surprise

Pagi yang kurang semangat. Akibat kurang tidur tadi malam *hoaaaammzzz*
Tiba-tiba dikejutkan oleh suara berisik anak-anak.
Entah dari mana mereka membeli kacamata aneh itu. Tapi membuat semua orang dewasa yang ada di rumah tertawa melihat mereka.




WOW.. kadang sering tanpa kita sadari, keceriaan itu datang dari anak-anak.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Poseidon



Title: 포세이돈 / Poseidon
Genre: Action
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2011-Sep-19 to 2011-???-??
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Synopsis
This drama is the story of the members life savers of the coast guard.

The drama is based on the special duties of the Korean Coast Guard officers (rescues, terrorism threats, and other special missions) and also their obstacle in life and love. The drama takes its name from the Poseidon Team, a special forces unit of the Marines.

Using the strong bonds of humanity as a basis, and through the challenges faced by the protagonists and their spirit of self-sacrifice, the drama movingly shows the significance of life and the stories of how people overcome obstacles in life.

Kim Sun Woo who spent his school days as a troublemaker, decides to make a change in his life and joins the sea special attack team, which is called Poseidon. Sun Woo works as a promising commando, but he unexpected becomes entangled in an unsavory incident after 2 years. He is demoted and is sent to a maritime police office in Gunsan city. Sun Woo’s passion cools down and he slowly loses his vision as a maritime police. Then one day, Jung Ryul, who newly formed a crime investigation section in Incheon city, visits Sun Woo and asks him to join the team...



Cast
Lee Sung Jae as Kwon Jung Ryul
Choi Si Won as Kim Sun Woo
Lee Si Young as Lee Soo Yoon
Han Jung Soo as Oh Min Hyuk
Jin Hee Kyung as Hyun Hye Jung
Jang Dong Jik as Kang Joo Min
Jung Woon Taek (정운택) as Lee Choong Shik
Kil Yong Woo as Oh Yong Gap
Lee Joo Shil as Cha Myung Joo
Kim Yoon Seo (김윤서) as Hong Ji Ah
Im Ki Hyuk (임기혁) as Kim Sang Soo
Park Sung Kwang (박성광) as Kim Dae Sung
Lee Byung Joon
Son Jong Bum
Choi Jung Woo as Han Sang Goon
Park Won Sook as Uhm Hee Sook
Choi Ran as Young Ran
Jun Mi Sun as Park Min Jung
Jang Won Young
Kim Soo Hyun (김수현) as Kwon Ha Na
U-Know Yunho as Kang Eun Chul (cameo)
Production Credits



Director: Yoo Chul Yong
Screenwriter: Jo Kyu Won (조규원)
Producer:

Basic Conversation Korean (phonetically)

je sogaeleul hagess-eoyo. Let me introduce myself.
jagisogaeleul hae bobsida. Let's introduce ourselves.
banghaehago sipji anh-ayo. I don't want to bother you.
jeoneun yaegi hago sip-eoyo. I want to talk to you.
yeogie gat-i anj-eusillaeyo? Can I have a seat here with you?
yeong-eoleul cham jalhaseyo. You speak English really well!
eodieseo osyeoss-eoyo? Where are you from?
eoneu nala salam-ieyo? What nationality are you?
hangug-e onji eolmana doeeoss-eoyo? How long have you been in Korea?
eonje hangug-e osyeoss-eoyo? When did you come to Korea?
jeoneun hangug-e meomuneun geos-i joh-ayo. I like staying in Korea.
hangug-eseo museun il-eul haeyo? What work are you doing in Korea?
hangug salamdeul-i jeoleul dowajwoyo. Korean people help me.
hangug salamdeul-i chinjeolhaeyo. Korean people are kind.
hangugmal jogeum haeyo. I can speak a little Korean.
naneun hangug-eoleul baeugo yeong-eoleul galeuchyeoyo. I learn Korean and teach English. hangug-eo gongbuga jaemiiss-eoseo yeolsimhi haeyo. Studying Korean is interesting so I study hard.
oegug-eo gongbuneun sigan-i manh-i geollyeoyo. It takes a lot of time to learn a foreign language.
maeil jogeumssig jisig-i ssah-yeoyo. Every day I gain a little bit of knowledge.
naneun baeuneunde ppallayo. I'm a fast learner.
mueos-eul saeng-gaghago iss-eoyo? What are you thinking about?
wae geuleohge simgaghaeyo? What makes you so serious?
mueos-i munjeingayo? What's the problem?
aegiga gil-eoyo. It's a long story.
oneul-eun neomu gil-eoss-eoyo. Today was a long day.
hagsaengdeul-i hangsang bulpyeonghaeyo. The students are always complaining.
naneun seuteuleseuleul badgo iss-eoyo. I am under a lot of stress.
chwihalyeogo haeyo. I'm going to get drunk.
geogjeonghaji maseyo. Don't worry!
neomu gidaehaji maseyo. Don't expect too much.
hangug-eseo salgo sipji anh-ayo? Do you not want to live in Korea?
eodi sal-ayo? Where do you live?
yeogiseo meol-eoyo? Is it far from here?
maeu gakkawoyo. Very near.
maeu meol-eoyo. Very far.
eoneu geonmul-e salgo iss-eoyo? What building do you live in?
jeoneun gwanjeodong-e sal-ayo. I live in Kwanchodong.
nolleo oseyo. Come and see me (sometime).
jeoneun incheon-eulo isa gayo. I am moving to Incheon.
incheon-eseo olaesdong-an sal-ass-eoyo. I have lived in Incheon for a long time.
ilbon-eseo salgo sip-eossjiman mos haess-eoyo. I wanted to live in Japan but never did.
chodaehae jusyeoseo gamsahabnida. Thank you for inviting me.
dangsin-eul dasi mannagil gidaehaeyo. I'm looking forward to seeing you again.
saeng-il chughahaeyo. Happy Birthday!
jeonhwa kkog haseyo. Please be sure and call.
jom deo jaju mannabsida. Let's meet more often.
jeulgeoun sigan-eul bonaess-eoyo? Did you have a good time?
geuleohgomalgoyo. Sure / Certainly
kkum-i mwo-eyo? What's your dream?
naui kkum-eun bujaga doeneun geos-ieyo. My dream is to be rich.
jeoui kkum-eun segyeleul yeohaenghaneun geos-ieyo . My dream is to travel the world.
jeoneun moheom-eul joh-ahaeyo. I love adventure.
museun jig-eob-eul gajigo sip-eoyo? What do you want to be?
ajig-eun hwagsilhaji anh-ayo, I am not sure yet.
ajig moleugess-eoyo. It's too early to tell.
gyosuga doego sip-eoyo. I want to become a professor.
wae ______i/ga doego sip-eoyo? Why do you want to be a ______?
naneun hangug-eo chaeg-eul sseulyeogo haeyo. I plan on writing a Korean language textbook.
joh-eun gihoeleul nangbihaji maseyo. Don't waste a good opportunity.
joh-eun gihoeleul nohchiji maseyo. Don't loose a good opportunity.
bujalago hangsang haengboghaji anh-ayo. The rich are not always happy.
jasin-eul mid-eoboseyo! Believe in yourself!
geungjeongjeog-in sagoneun jung-yohaeyo. Positive thinking is important.
sigan-i geollyeoyo. It takes time.
nolyeog-i deul-eoyo. It takes effort.
hangugmallo seolmyeonghal su eobs-eoyo. I can't explain it in Korean.
museun tteus-ieyo? What do you mean by that?
naneun honlanseuleowoyo. I am confused.
naega neomu babo gat-ayo. I feel so foolish.
migugsalam-egeneun isanghaeyo. This is strange for Americans.
hangug munhwaneun migug munhwawa maeu dallayo. Korean culture is very different from American culture.
dangsingwa jeo saieneun byeog-i iss-eoyo. There is a wall between you and I.
jeon dong-uihaji anh-ayo. I don't agree.
jeon dangsin-ui saeng-gaggwa dallayo. I think differently than you.
gihoeleul juseyo. Give me a chance.
nahante hwanass-eoyo? Are you mad at me?
je jalmos-ieyo. I am to blame.
gamjeong-eul sanghage hal tteus-eun anieoss-eoyo. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings.
geunyang nongdam-ieoss-eoyo. It was just a joke.
yeuileul gajchwojuseyo. Please mind your manners.
dangsin-ui aedeul-eun hag-won-e danyeoyo? Do your children go to hagwon?
yeong-eoleul jalhaneun salam-eun deo manh-eun gihoega iss-eoyo. People who can speak English well have more opportunities.
ilbanjeog-eulo yeong-eoleul jalhaneun salam-eun don-eul deo manh-i beol-eoyo. People who can speak English generally earn more money.
geuneun gyeongheom-i issneun seonsaengnim-ieyo. He is an experienced teacher.
geuneun sunyeongan hagsaengdeul-eul galeuchyeo wass-eoyo. He has taught for many years.
geuneun jeoboda gyeongheom-i manh-ayo. He has more experience than me.
aideul-eul galeuchyeobon gyeongheom-i iss-euseyo? Do you have any experience teaching children?
geuui jineung-eun botongboda ttwieonayo. His intelligence is above average.
geuneun budeuleoun ma-eum-eul gajgo iss-eoyo. He has a kind heart.
joh-eun chinguleul alge doeeo gippeoyo. I am happy to have such a good friend.
eolma dong-an hangug-e sal-ass-eoyo? For how long have you been living in Korea?
hangug saenghwal-e igsughaeyo. I've gotten used to life in Korea.
don-eul mo-eulyeogo hangug-e wass-eoyo. I came to Korea to save money.
don-eun hangsang bujoghaeyo. Money is always in short supply.
gananhaeyo. I am broke (I am poor)
jega jom naajyeossnayo? Have I improved?
je jindoneun neulyeoyo. My progress has been slow.
joh-eun gyeolgwaneun eodji moshaess-eoyo. I'm not getting very good results.
dangsin-eun jasin-eul jalangseuleowohaeya dwaeyo. You should be proud of yourself.
jeoneun dangsin-i jalangseuleowoyo. I am proud of you.
jung-gug-eoga eolyeobdago deul-eoss-eoyo. I've heard that Chinese is difficult.
jeoneun hangsang saeloun geosdeul-eul baeugo sip-eoyo. I always want to learn new things.
eohag-eul jalhaeyo. I'm good at languages.
nolyeog-i pil-yohaeyo. It requires effort.
jeoneun myeochgaji jung-yohan hangugmalman algo iss-eoyo. I only know a few important Korean phrases.
jega malhal su issneun geos-e hangyega iss-eul geoyeyo. There's a limit to what I can say (in Korean).
iyagiui beom-wiga jag-ayo. My range of conversation is small.
yaegi jeulgeowoss-eoyo. I enjoyed talking to you.
dangsin-eun jeoleul gibun johge haeyo. You cheer me up.
yagsog-eul jikyeoya haeyo. I have to keep a promise.
iljjig jaya dwaeyo. I should go to sleep early.
jago sip-eoyo. I feel like going to bed.
eotteohge bulleoya haeyo? What should I call you?
butag-i jom iss-eoyo. I have a favor to ask of you.
je chinguleul sogaehalkkayo? May I introduce my friend?
eotteohge seolo alge dwaess-eoyo? How do you know each other?
jeonhwabeonholeul algo sip-eoyo. I'd like to know your telephone number.
gat-i sanchaeghallaeyo? Will you take a walk with me?
dambae piseyo? Do you smoke? sul han jan salgeyo. Let me buy you a drink.
mueos-eul saeng-gaghago iss-eoyo? What are you thinking about?
yojeum mwo sijaghan geo iss-eoyo? So what's new in your life?
jeoneun sosimhaeyo. I am timid.
hanbeon haebogo sip-eoyo. I would like to try it.
hae bulgeyo. I'll try it.
dangsin-eun jeolm-eo boyeoyo. You look young.
naneun dangsinboda naiga manh-ayo. I am older than you.
jeon sang-gwan-eobs-eoyo. I don't care.
naiga eotteohge doeyo? What is your age?
dong-gab-ieyo. You are the same age as me.
dangsin-eun oneul maeu simgaghae boyeoyo. You look so serious today.
iljjigbuteo sul masyeoss-eoyo. I started drinking early (today).
pogihaess-eoyo. I gave up.
silpae haess-eoyo! I failed!
ajig nal-i balg-eunde sul-eul eotteohge masyeoyo? How can you drink while it's still light out?
jeoneun naeil sogaeting-i gidae dwaeyo. I am expecting a blind date tomorrow.
kadeuleul ilh-eobeolyeoss-eoyo. I lost my (bank) card.
don-i da tteol-eojyeoss-eoyo. My money is all gone.
cham andwaessgun-yo! That's too bad!
don jom billyeojul su iss-eoyo? Could you please lend me some money?
geuleohgomalgoyo. Sure
dang-yeonhajiyo. Certainly
jega chung-go jom halgeyo. Let me give you some advice.
bujeongjeog-in sagoneun nappayo. Negative thinking is bad.
don-eul moayo. I save money.
dangsin-eun jeoleul gibun johge haeyo. You cheer me up.
gat-i geol-eulkkayo? Shall we walk there together?
jeoneun jinsilhan chinguleul wonhaeyo. I wish for a true friend.
tonghwa manh-i haseyo? Do you talk on the phone a lot?
dangsin-eun joh-eun gieog-eul gajigo iss-eoyo? Do you have a good memory?
salang-e ppajyeo bonjeog iss-euseyo? Have you ever been in love?
eodie sojil-i iss-eoyo? What's your special talent?
yolihaneun geo joh-ahaseyo? Do you like cooking?
museun eumsig-eul mandeul su iss-eoyo? What kind of food can you make?
yeogaleul eotteohge bonaeseyo? What do you do in your leisure time?
swineun nal-eun mwo haeyo? What do you do on your time off?
oegug-eoleul baeuneun de gwansim-i issnayo? Are you interested in learning foreign languages?
oneul gongbuleul manh-i haeseo heumushaeyo. Today I studied a lot so I feel satisfied.
saeng-il-i eonjeyeyo? When is your birthday?
wa jusyeoseo gamsahabnida. Thank you for coming.
jigeum eodie meomuleuseyo? Where are you staying now?
jeoneun chincheogjib-e meomuleugo iss-eoyo. I'm staying at a relative's house.
ulineun seoul-eseo taeeonago jalass-eoyo. We were born and raised in Seoul.
jeoleul al-aboji moshagess-eoyo? Don't you recognize me?
meoli kkakk-ass-eoyo? Did you get your hair cut?
jeon nunchi mos chaess-eoyo. I didn't notice.
geunyeoneun sal-i manh-i ppajyeossjiyo? Has she lost a lot of weight?
manh-eun oegug salamdeul-i hangug-e waseo sal-i jjyeoyo. Many foreigners gain weight in Korea.
sal-eul ppaego sip-eoyo. I want to lose weight.
sal-eul ppaeneun joh-eun bangbeob-i mwo-eyo? What's a good method to lose weight?
geu namjaneun kiga keoyo. That man is tall.
geu yeojaneun kiga jag-ayo. That woman is short.
geu namjaneun ttungttunghaeyo. That man is fat.
geu namjaneun mallass-eoyo. That man is thin.
geunyeoneun daliga gil-eoyo. She has long legs.
geuneun eokkaega neolb-eoyo. He has wide shoulders.
hangug salamdeul-eun maeu mallass-eoyo. Korean people are very thin.
eomma dalm-ass-eoyo? Do you resemble your mother?
appa dalm-ass-eoyo? Do you resemble your father?
hyeonsuneun changmun an-eul bwass-eoyo. Hyonsu looked in the window.
geuneun mun-eul dudeulyeoss-eoyo. He knocked on the door.
minhwaneun mun-eul yeol-eoss-eoyo. Minwha opened the door.
hyeonsuneun gyosil an-eulo deul-eogass-eoyo. Hyonsu walked into the classroom.
minhwaneun mun-eul dad-ass-eoyo. Minwha closed the door.
seonsaengnim-eun chilpan-eul galikyeoss-eoyo. The teacher pointed at the board.
hyeonsuneun chilpan-eul jiwoss-eoyo. Hyonsu erased the board.
seonsaengnim-eun us-eoss-eoyo. The teacher smiled.
geunyeoneun hyeonsuege gomawohaess-eoyo. She thanked Hyonsu.
eoje mwo hasyeoss-eoyo? What did you do yesterday?
jib-eul cheongsohaess-eoyo. I cleaned the apartment.
sueob-eul junbihaess-eoyo. I prepared a lesson.
jajeongeoleul gochyeoss-eoyo. I fixed my bicycle.
saeng-il seonmul-eul manh-i bad-ass-eoyo. I got many birthday presents.
eoje yagu gugyeong-eul haess-eoyo. I watched a baseball game yesterday.
jib-eman iss-eoss-eoyo. I only stayed home.
seoul jal danyeowass-eoyo? Did you have a good time going around to Seoul?
oneul iljjig il-eonass-eoyo. I got up early today.
oneul neujge il-eonass-eoyo. I got up late today.
beoseuleul gidalyeoss-eoyo. I waited for the bus.

Basic Conversational Korean

제 소개를 하겠어요. Let me introduce myself.

자기소개를 해 봅시다. Let's introduce ourselves.

방해하고 싶지 않아요. I don't want to bother you.

저는 얘기 하고 싶어요. I want to talk to you.

여기에 같이 앉으실래요? Can I have a seat here with you?

영어를 참 잘하세요. You speak English really well!

어디에서 오셨어요? Where are you from?

어느 나라 사람이에요? What nationality are you?

한국에 온지 얼마나 되었어요? How long have you been in Korea?

언제 한국에 오셨어요? When did you come to Korea?

저는 한국에 머무는 것이 좋아요. I like staying in Korea.

한국에서 무슨 일을 해요? What work are you doing in Korea?

한국 사람들이 저를 도와줘요. Korean people help me.

한국 사람들이 친절해요. Korean people are kind.


한국말 조금 해요. I can speak a little Korean.

나는 한국어를 배우고 영어를 가르쳐요. I learn Korean and teach English.

한국어 공부가 재미있어서 열심히 해요. Studying Korean is interesting so I study hard.

외국어 공부는 시간이 많이 걸려요. It takes a lot of time to learn a foreign language.

매일 조금씩 지식이 쌓여요. Every day I gain a little bit of knowledge.

나는 배우는데 빨라요. I'm a fast learner.

무엇을 생각하고 있어요? What are you thinking about?

왜 그렇게 심각해요? What makes you so serious?

무엇이 문제인가요? What's the problem?

애기가 길어요. It's a long story.

오늘은 너무 길었어요. Today was a long day.

학생들이 항상 불평해요. The students are always complaining.

나는 스트레스를 받고 있어요. I am under a lot of stress.

취하려고 해요. I'm going to get drunk.

걱정하지 마세요. Don't worry!

너무 기대하지 마세요. Don't expect too much.

한국에서 살고 싶지 않아요? Do you not want to live in Korea?

어디 살아요? Where do you live?

여기서 멀어요? Is it far from here?

매우 가까워요. Very near.

매우 멀어요. Very far.

어느 건물에 살고 있어요? What building do you live in?

저는 관저동에 살아요. I live in Kwanchodong.

놀러 오세요. Come and see me (sometime).

저는 인천으로 이사 가요. I am moving to Incheon.

인천에서 오랫동안 살았어요. I have lived in Incheon for a long time.

일본에서 살고 싶었지만 못 했어요. I wanted to live in Japan but never did.

초대해 주셔서 감사합니다. Thank you for inviting me.

당신을 다시 만나길 기대해요. I'm looking forward to seeing you again.

생일 축하해요. Happy Birthday!

전화 꼭 하세요. Please be sure and call.

좀 더 자주 만납시다. Let's meet more often.

즐거운 시간을 보냈어요? Did you have a good time?

그렇고말고요. Sure / Certainly

꿈이 뭐에요? What's your dream?

나의 꿈은 부자가 되는 것이에요. My dream is to be rich.

저의 꿈은 세계를 여행하는 것이에요 . My dream is to travel the world.

저는 모험을 좋아해요. I love adventure.

무슨 직업을 가지고 싶어요? What do you want to be?

아직은 확실하지 않아요, I am not sure yet.

아직 모르겠어요. It's too early to tell.

교수가 되고 싶어요. I want to become a professor.

왜 ______이/가 되고 싶어요? Why do you want to be a ______?

나는 한국어 책을 쓰려고 해요. I plan on writing a Korean language
textbook.

좋은 기회를 낭비하지 마세요. Don't waste a good opportunity.

좋은 기회를 놓치지 마세요. Don't loose a good opportunity.

부자라고 항상 행복하지 않아요. The rich are not always happy.

자신을 믿어보세요! Believe in yourself!

긍정적인 사고는 중요해요. Positive thinking is important.

시간이 걸려요. It takes time.

노력이 들어요. It takes effort.

한국말로 설명할 수 없어요. I can't explain it in Korean.

무슨 뜻이에요? What do you mean by that?

나는 혼란스러워요. I am confused.

내가 너무 바보 같아요. I feel so foolish.

미국사람에게는 이상해요. This is strange for Americans.

한국 문화는 미국 문화와 매우 달라요. Korean culture is very different
from American culture.


당신과 저 사이에는 벽이 있어요. There is a wall between you and I.

전 동의하지 않아요. I don't agree.

전 당신의 생각과 달라요. I think differently than you.

기회를 주세요. Give me a chance.

나한테 화났어요? Are you mad at me?

제 잘못이에요. I am to blame.

감정을 상하게 할 뜻은 아니었어요. I didn't mean to hurt your feelings.

그냥 농담이었어요. It was just a joke.

예의를 갖춰주세요. Please mind your manners.

당신의 애들은 학원에 다녀요? Do your children go to hagwon?

영어를 잘하는 사람은 더 많은 기회가 있어요. People who can speak English well have more opportunities.

일반적으로 영어를 잘하는 사람은 돈을 더 많이 벌어요. People who can speak English generally earn more money.

그는 경험이 있는 선생님이에요. He is an experienced teacher.

그는 수년간 학생들을 가르쳐 왔어요. He has taught for many years.

그는 저보다 경험이 많아요. He has more experience than me.

아이들을 가르쳐본 경험이 있으세요? Do you have any experience teaching children?

그의 지능은 보통보다 뛰어나요. His intelligence is above average.

그는 부드러운 마음을 갖고 있어요. He has a kind heart.

좋은 친구를 알게 되어 기뻐요. I am happy to have such a good friend.

얼마 동안 한국에 살았어요? For how long have you been living in Korea?

한국 생활에 익숙해요. I've gotten used to life in Korea.

돈을 모으려고 한국에 왔어요. I came to Korea to save money.

돈은 항상 부족해요. Money is always in short supply.

가난해요. I am broke (I am poor)

제가 좀 나아졌나요? Have I improved?

제 진도는 느려요. My progress has been slow.

좋은 결과는 얻지 못했어요. I'm not getting very good results.

당신은 자신을 자랑스러워해야 돼요. You should be proud of yourself.

저는 당신이 자랑스러워요. I am proud of you.

중국어가 어렵다고 들었어요. I've heard that Chinese is difficult.

저는 항상 새로운 것들을 배우고 싶어요. I always want to learn new things.

어학을 잘해요. I'm good at languages.

노력이 필요해요. It requires effort.

저는 몇가지 중요한 한국말만 알고 있어요. I only know a few important
Korean phrases.

제가 말할 수 있는 것에 한계가 있을 거예요. There's a limit to what I can
say (in Korean).

이야기의 범위가 작아요. My range of conversation is small.

얘기 즐거웠어요. I enjoyed talking to you.

당신은 저를 기분 좋게 해요. You cheer me up.

약속을 지켜야 해요. I have to keep a promise.

일찍 자야 돼요. I should go to sleep early.

자고 싶어요. I feel like going to bed.

어떻게 불러야 해요? What should I call you?

부탁이 좀 있어요. I have a favor to ask of you.

제 친구를 소개할까요? May I introduce my friend?

어떻게 서로 알게 됐어요? How do you know each other?

전화번호를 알고 싶어요. I'd like to know your telephone number.

같이 산책할래요? Will you take a walk with me?

담배 피세요? Do you smoke?

술 한 잔 살게요. Let me buy you a drink.

무엇을 생각하고 있어요? What are you thinking about?

요즘 뭐 시작한 거 있어요? So what's new in your life?

저는 소심해요. I am timid.

한번 해보고 싶어요. I would like to try it.

해 불게요. I'll try it.

당신은 젊어 보여요. You look young.

나는 당신보다 나이가 많아요. I am older than you.

전 상관없어요. I don't care.

나이가 어떻게 되요? What is your age?

동갑이에요. You are the same age as me.

당신은 오늘 매우 심각해 보여요. You look so serious today.

일찍부터 술 마셨어요. I started drinking early (today).

포기했어요. I gave up.

실패 했어요! I failed!

아직 날이 밝은데 술을 어떻게 마셔요? How can you drink while it's still light out?

저는 내일 소개팅이 기대 돼요. I am expecting a blind date tomorrow.

카드를 잃어버렸어요. I lost my (bank) card.

돈이 다 떨어졌어요. My money is all gone.

참 안됐군요! That's too bad!

돈 좀 빌려줄 수 있어요? Could you please lend me some money?

그렇고말고요. Sure

당연하지요. Certainly

제가 충고 좀 할게요. Let me give you some advice.

부정적인 사고는 나빠요. Negative thinking is bad.

돈을 모아요. I save money.

당신은 저를 기분 좋게 해요. You cheer me up.

같이 걸을까요? Shall we walk there together?

저는 진실한 친구를 원해요. I wish for a true friend.

통화 많이 하세요? Do you talk on the phone a lot?

당신은 좋은 기억을 가지고 있어요? Do you have a good memory?

사랑에 빠져 본적 있으세요? Have you ever been in love?

어디에 소질이 있어요? What's your special talent?

요리하는 거 좋아하세요? Do you like cooking?

무슨 음식을 만들 수 있어요? What kind of food can you make?

여가를 어떻게 보내세요? What do you do in your leisure time?

쉬는 날은 뭐 해요? What do you do on your time off?

외국어를 배우는 데 관심이 있나요? Are you interested in learning foreign languages?

오늘 공부를 많이 해서 흐뭇해요. Today I studied a lot so I feel satisfied.

생일이 언제예요? When is your birthday?

와 주셔서 감사합니다. Thank you for coming.

지금 어디에 머무르세요? Where are you staying now?

저는 친척집에 머무르고 있어요. I'm staying at a relative's house.

우리는 서울에서 태어나고 자랐어요. We were born and raised in Seoul.

저를 알아보지 못하겠어요? Don't you recognize me?

머리 깎았어요? Did you get your hair cut?

전 눈치 못 챘어요. I didn't notice.

그녀는 살이 많이 빠졌지요? Has she lost a lot of weight?

많은 외국 사람들이 한국에 와서 살이 쪄요. Many foreigners gain weight in Korea.

살을 빼고 싶어요. I want to lose weight.

살을 빼는 좋은 방법이 뭐에요? What's a good method to lose weight?

그 남자는 키가 커요. That man is tall.

그 여자는 키가 작아요. That woman is short.

그 남자는 뚱뚱해요. That man is fat.

그 남자는 말랐어요. That man is thin.

그녀는 다리가 길어요. She has long legs.

그는 어깨가 넓어요. He has wide shoulders.

한국 사람들은 매우 말랐어요. Korean people are very thin.

엄마 닮았어요? Do you resemble your mother?

아빠 닮았어요? Do you resemble your father?

현수는 창문 안을 봤어요. Hyonsu looked in the window.

그는 문을 두드렸어요. He knocked on the door.

민화는 문을 열었어요. Minwha opened the door.

현수는 교실 안으로 들어갔어요. Hyonsu walked into the classroom.

민화는 문을 닫았어요. Minwha closed the door.

선생님은 칠판을 가리켰어요. The teacher pointed at the board.

현수는 칠판을 지웠어요. Hyonsu erased the board.

선생님은 웃었어요. The teacher smiled.

그녀는 현수에게 고마워했어요. She thanked Hyonsu.

어제 뭐 하셨어요? What did you do yesterday?

집을 청소했어요. I cleaned the apartment.

수업을 준비했어요. I prepared a lesson.

자전거를 고쳤어요. I fixed my bicycle.

생일 선물을 많이 받았어요. I got many birthday presents.

어제 야구 구경을 했어요. I watched a baseball game yesterday.

집에만 있었어요. I only stayed home.

서울 잘 다녀왔어요? Did you have a good time going around to Seoul?

오늘 일찍 일어났어요. I got up early today.

오늘 늦게 일어났어요. I got up late today.

버스를 기다렸어요. I waited for the bus.

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Saturday, September 10, 2011

Fighting!! to be a good person

hardtime(s), problem(s), bad people..
their gonna be history -and you might forget them- in the future.
dont take shortcut to hell just because you're facing a problem
90% of your life is happineS as long as you try to be a good person.
so you can live and be remembered in good memories

dark in missing you

beauty of the night

sleeping grass
waving stones

I'm floating
on the lake

burgundy sky
silver moon
under my feet

up there
another me
hanging
on the cloud

wishpering lulaby
in lonely tone

so quite
almost dawn

the fog
screaming your name
in silent..


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