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Seoulistic – Korea Simplified

Seoulistic – Korea Simplified

Get to Know The Faces You’ll See Everyday in Korea – Who’s on South Korean Money | Seoulistic – Korea Simplified Get to Know The Faces You’ll See Everyday in Korea – Who’s on South Korean Money Keith Blog, Just for Fun 23 [Note: This is a repost in response to a reader's question about who is on Korean money.] If you’re in Korea, of course you’ll have to deal with South Korean won. 50,000 won (bank note) Shin Saimdang (신사임당) (1504-1551) The most recent addition to the Korean won banknotes is the only sexy lady to be on any South Korean bank note (just kidding, she wasn’t that sexy). 10,000 won (bank note) King Sejong the Great (세종대왕 – Sejongdaewang) (1397-1450) If you don’t know this man, you will once you come to Korea. 5,000 won (bank note) Yi I (이이), aka Yulgok (율곡) (1536-1584) The son of 50,000 won mommy Shin Saimdang, this man was probably much much smarter than you. 1,000 won (bank note) Yi Hwang (이황), aka Toegye (퇴계) (1501-1570) There’s two really famous guys for being smart in Korean history. 100 Won (coin) Admiral Yi Sun-shin (이순신) (1545-1598) Other Coins

Real Korean Life Travel Guides - Seoulistic - Korea Simplified Travel Guides Our Best Recommendations for Seoul’s #1 Tourist Spot! Myeongdong In this ebook find: - Seoul’s most famous restaurants - Exact locations for free Wifi - Double your haul with samples - Best places to shop in Myeongdong - Dog & Cat cafe recommendations Tips on bargaining and how to know if you’re getting ripped off! Dongdaemun - Money saving shopping tips - How to bargain the Korean way - Signs your getting ripped off - Activities for non-shoppers - Delicious restaurants locals love Asian Fashion (Korean Fashion, Japanese Fashion, Taiwanese Fashion) – Buy Online with Free International Shipping on orders over $150 ships to Hong Kong and Mainland China. Go to now. <select class="selectsiteoption sfont" name="selectForNoJs"><option selected="selected" value="option0">Select</option><optgroup label="YesStyle Sites"><option value="option1">United States / Global</option><option value="option2">Canada</option><option value="option3">Australia</option><option value="option4">United Kingdom</option><option value="option5">Hong Kong & China</option></optgroup><optgroup label="USA Retail Stores"><option value="option6">San Francisco, CA</option><option value="option7">San Jose, CA</option></optgroup></select> Select to ship orders to other parts of the world. YesStyle Sites Welcome to FREE Shipping with any $25 purchase! <div class="disabledAlert"><span class="alerticon">Please <a href="/en/help/section.html/hsi.727#2146">enable JavaScript</a> in your browser to experience the custom features of our site. Close Korean Women Fashion 10,000+ choices! See more

Black Sushi Studios » Hangul Match Educational puzzle game for learning the Korean Hangul alphabet. Are you a big fan of Korean dramas or KPop? Would you like to be able to read Korean? Or maybe Gangnam Style got you interested in the beautiful language of Korea? You can forget about using any flash cards to memorize the Hangul characters. Learn to read Hangul, while having fun playing a rewarding game. With Hangul Match you pair a Hangul character with its romanized translation. Six fun & challenging game modes THE EASY CONSONANTS: Play through 58 levels and unlock all 19 consonants. Other Features Game Center leaderboards & achievements for all game modes Total of 36 challenging achievements iCloud save game support About Hangul browser for additional help on pronunciation Clear pronunciations by native Korean female iPhone 5 / iPad retina graphics Supports both landscape and portrait orientations Device Requirements iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad Requires iOS 4.3 or later Universal Application Screenshots

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Downloads available for MP3, PDF and videos! Talk To Me In Korean 안녕하세요! As we’ve announced on our Facebook page and on Twitter, we are going through some site maintenance as well as a partial site re-design to make more mobile-friendly. Right now, you can already access our website on any mobile device and enjoy our lessons on the go! But unfortunately, the layout change of the website is a very long process that takes a lot of time and effort, and we didn’t want to close the website while it is happening, so you might have seen some glitches here and there in the process. We are about 70% done with the transition process, and within a couple of days you will see everything working perfectly fine, and if there are missing links to downloadable files or audio players, you will also see them again on our site very soon! You can download MP3, PDF or video files from the small box below the main lesson banner (Do you see “Download Available” there?)

100 Ways to Simplify Your Life (and Make Yourself Happier) I’ve been striving to simplify my life for many years now, and have recently (through my writing) been advising others how to do the same. In the process, I’ve learned that making little changes in our attitudes, habits, and environment can have a big impact. So today, I thought I’d compile a list of 100 ways to simplify your life – from the practical to the philosophical, and everything in between. Of course, not every item on the list will work for every person reading it. AROUND THE HOUSE1. WARDROBE AND STYLE21. KITCHEN AND DINING36. OFFICE AND TECH46. TIME MANAGEMENT66. ATTITUDE81. MISCELLANEOUS96.

Learn hangeul Beginner This section is for people who are learning the Korean alphabet for the first time. Please remember that 한글 refers to the Korean alphabet. Korean itself, that is, 한국어 is the Korean language. So, if you can speak Korean but not know what 한글 means, means that you are illiterate, for example, when you are an overseas Korean. Note: We recommend that you do not skip step 1 as it contains some important basic information. Intermediate Link to each character page which will be described thoroughly. Advanced Archaic and obsolete letters Additional practice Need help distinguishing between some sounds? Flashcards Flash cards to help reinforce your learning of Hangeul: Download here Quizzes Quiz for Hangeul sections 1-3: Hangeul quiz 1 What's the point in learning Hangeul when I can just use Romanization? Simple answer: Romanization is not accurate for Hangeul. To see the problems of Romanization in more detail, see: Romanization: problems Could I translate this section into another language? tba Hanja

Emotion Expression - Emotion Faces and Facial Analysis Neither emotion nor its expression are concepts universally embraced by psychologists. The term "expression" implies the existence of something that is expressed. Some psychologists deny that there is really any specific organic state that corresponds to our naive ideas about human emotions; thus, its expression is a non sequitur. Other psychologists think that the behaviors referenced by the term "expression" are part of an organized emotional response, and thus, the term "expression" captures these behaviors' role less adequately than a reference to it as an aspect of the emotion reaction. To match a facial expression with an emotion implies knowledge of the categories of human emotions into which expressions can be assigned. Happy Happy expressions are universally and easily recognized, and are interpreted as conveying messages related to enjoyment, pleasure, a positive disposition, and friendliness. Sad Anger Fear Disgust Surprise Other emotion expressions and related expressions

9 Body Language Do's and Don'ts For Meeting With Clients And Prospects If you're sure you've been saying all the right things but still can't close the deal with prospects, author Sharon Sayler suggests you consider what you've really been saying to potential customers -- not just verbally, but nonverbally. She explains while you might be saying, "I'm the person who can help you with your life insurance needs," the message you're conveying through your body might be very different. Words are only a small part of communication. The most influential parts of communication are your nonverbal. And in an ideas-based economy, like the one we have today, your ability to influence others and get them to really listen to you is what sets you apart from the majority in your profession. True communication goes beyond words, and great communicators use every tool they have to deliver their message. Read on for a few nonverbal do's and don'ts: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Want to Be Happy This Practice has a prerequisite. You have to actually WANT TO BE HAPPY. This requirement is not as easy as it seems because many people, perhaps you, are secretly afraid to feel good. When you see yourself as a wounded person, coping with depression is a way of life. If you were to become a truly happy person, your sense of self would have to radically change. If you truly want to be happy, but just don’t know how, this Practice can be a powerful turning point. If you truly want to be happy, you have to learn to see the long-term big picture. Most importantly—and this is the hardest part—you have to let go of the part of your identity that feels like a wounded person. The greatest relief is not caring about it anymore! Instead of wasting your energy worrying about what others are doing, focus on what you are doing and how you are feeling. It’s Not Out There You also have to understand that what you want isn’t out there. If you believe in praying to God, then “give it to God.”