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Me struggling to learn hangul and The abt the new group black swan

Hello Random ass people and welcome

Here we are me learning my Korean basics and doing well in Hangul….then sound change rules come-

Bruh why does this have to be so confusing mynpea brain can’t handle

Also my quarterly average came out today

I averaged 94.7% for the first quarter

Again just cuz I do well in school doesn’t mean im smart…I just know how to memorize things faster

Now onto the best part

Black swan debut!!!!

I have been waiting for this debut for a long time!!!

I’m also pretty late so……

Ok they debuted in October 16 this year and the MV was so good, the song was catchy

They debuted with a Black member and a Half-japanese half-Brazillian Member

These girls are so good and I hope for good things to come

That’s all for today folks have a nice day

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Hi! Great question! Let’s break it down:

  • 상처 = injury, wound
  • 잘 = well
  • 받는 (from 받다 which means “to receive”) = receives 
  • 성격 = personality

So altogether this literally means “a personality that gets (or receives) injuries well.” Judging by what Naver Dictionary says about this, it means one who gets hurt easily as you mentioned. Hope this answered your question! 화이팅!

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A year ago, I submitted a video of my handwriting to a Hangul writing contest 😅 I didn’t win, but the experience of writing in Hangul definitely made me more interested in learning Korean.


In the video, I used a brush set from Daiso, a bottle of ink and regular paper. The original video is actually over 2 minutes long! 🤯 luckily I sped it up here haha

The symbols were pretty straightforward to follow. Since I already learned how to write Chinese characters before, I had better control of my strokes. In Hangul, the alphabet is mostly composed of lines, circles and boxes, so people can phonetically pronounce it whereas in Mandarin, readers have to memorize each individual character 😀

What about you? Have you ever tried calligraphy in another language? I’d love to hear~


Tune in next week for another post! 안녕

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안녕! So I do have posts about Hangul, which do describe the basics of 받침 (which means “ending consonants” of a syllable btw!) Here’s one that explains how building a syllable (and thus how 받침 act):

I also have a post with charts about conjugations, some of which include irregulars pertaining to 받침 right here!

I don’t really have a lesson exclusively about 받침, probably because I kinda view things like irregulars as just learn-as-you-go type things, but I understand not everyone learns like that :) But if you’re just looking for the basics of 받침 and some conjugation-related irregulars, I think those lessons should have you covered! I’ll consider making a more in-depth lesson about this topic in the future! Hope this is helpful! 화이팅!

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