Regular Verb/ Present tense Conjugation
* remove 다 from dictionary form verbs first.
1) If the verb root ends with ㅏ vowel, ㅗ vowels, it becomes “ㅏ요”.
2) If the verb root ends with 하 syllable, it becomes “해요”.
3) If the verb ends with the rest of vowels, it becomes “어요”.
** Irregular rules **
1) If it ends with ㅣvowel, it becomes “ㅕ요”.
2) If it ends with ㅡ vowel, get rid of ㅡ and add “ㅓ요”
3) If it (only applying to some verbs) ends with ㅂ consonant, make new verb root by getting rid of ㅂand add “우”, then “어요” (which becomes “워요“)
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Last night, I was able to import all my blog posts from another blog platform; Blogger.com Now it looks like I have been making posts on WordPress as the timestamp of the posts also got carried over to this platform.
I kind of stopped posting about K-POP lyrics on Blogger as it was really hard for me to attract potential readers as Blogger seems just small relative to WordPress.
I actually didn’t like how my Blogger looked like as it didn’t give much flexibility as to changing layouts and categories compared to WordPress.
I cannot wait to find out if WordPress audience will like my K-POP posts. The posts are to show how Korean is translated into English.
I used to include vocabulary that was used in lyrics, but please let me know in the comment section if you want me to continue making posts for K-POP music translation.
I’ve been caught up with all different social medias to engage with people who are interested in Korean culture, but I completely forgot that I had this word press which was created 5 years ago!
Looking at my posts, I am so fascinated to find out what I was thinking and how I was developing and sharing the ideas through this blog.
I am excited to resume the blog and to share my knowledge to people who want to learn Korean language and culture!
Official website: https://kstyleyo.com
Stay tuned 🙂
In Korea, the Buddha’s Birthday is called “Seokga tansinil” (meaning “the day that Buddha came”).
Some people buy lanterns to wish their luck and, depending on where you choose to put it up, the price varies. (10,000 won and up).
I also noticed people wrote wishes on the plates of stone for family peace and university entrance exam.
April. 3.14 ~ April.13.14 in Yeouido, Seoul (South Korea).
There are about 11 different regions that have cherry blossom festival going on at the moment.
You see this tree often from Japanese art since it’s originated in Japan.
photo source: naver, wikipedia