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Making Out in Korean: From Everyday Conversation to the Language of Love--A Guide to Korean as it's really spoken!




By lee.2951 - Posted on 29 April 2009 - Update on 04 January 2011

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Author: Gene Baik, Peter Constantine
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing (2003)
Binding: Paperback, 96 pages
Summary:
Making out in Korean is your guide to the living language. It will help you successfully navigate your way through the colorful Korean social scene. In 13 easy chapters you can learn how to meet people, make friends, and dine out. With the phrases in this book, you'll be able to hold your own anywhere, from bustling train stations and crowded provincial markets to Seoul's fast-paced restaurant, bar, and club world. No grammar drills! No complicated language rules! No long word lists! Making out in Korean avoids the flamboyant linguistics of the highly formal language taught in schools and universities, offering instead the plain and candid language of the average person on the street Whether you trek through South Korea or venture onto the unbeaten paths of North Korea, Making out in Korean will give you the words you need for polite conversation, intimate encounters, and even rough-and-tumble situations should such occasions arise.
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