Life (mainly, my rugrats) has been keeping me busy. Man, are 2-year-olds and 3-year-olds difficult! I’m so drained these days that blogging has been the last thing on my mind. But when I came across this nifty comic the other day, I knew I wanted to share it with you. It won’t teach you Korean vocabulary or grammar, but since the Korean alphabet is a phonetic one, you can certainly learn how to read and write in the Korean language.
Give it a whirl — and many thanks to Ryan Estrada for creating this wonderful tutorial!
Ooh, that is so cool! I’m going to read that again a few more times to try to get the hang of it.
Genius approach! Wonder if anyone else is doing similar for other languages.
love this! totally showing brad!
I’m a new reader to your blog and I just have to tell you, I love your posts! I came across your blog when I was looking into aKDPhi stuff on the internet. I am a young alum from CMU (having graduated only last year). I’m currently on the West Coast for an internship without many people I know living close so I’ve been reading your past blog posts on your daughters and fun nerdy stuff. I want to say that I love your posts! I guess you haven’t blogged a whole bunch lately but I think the things that you choose to write about are really interesting and fun to read. I hope you and your family are doing well 🙂
Thank you so much for your kind words. 🙂 I hope to blog more frequently again!
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Very cool. I learned the Korean alphabet a different way (they’re stick pictures of your mouth) but this looks WAY quicker.