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Learn Korean with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at KoreanClass101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
Tristan speaks about HIGH-INTEREST topics in SIMPLER English (for intermediate and pre-intermediate learners). The best way to learn is to listen to as much English as possible which is just ONE level above your level. This way you pick up maximum amounts of new language and pronunciation naturally. Tristan is from England, a native speaker and a qualified English teacher of 10 years. He's taught in five countries - UK, Italy, South Korea, Japan and Vietnam. He has post-graduate qualificatio ...
 
Aussie popstar Prince Mak rose to fame as a member of Jackie Chan's K-pop idol group JJCC, and he is currently on the rise in China as an actor. He’s quite the quadruple threat; acting, singing, dancing and being friends with Jackie Chan #jealous. Now you can join him every week to hear about his life as a star. He answers your questions through the hashtag #sbspopasiaprincemak on Twitter too, so get involved in the convo!
 
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Unbounded Compass

Inyeong Kim & Jenni Pearson

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Unbounded Compass is a show about cultural exchange and language improvement, specifically aimed at a Korean audience who is interested in American culture and seeking to improve conversational English.Co-hosts Jenni, a former language arts teacher, writer, and mother of two, and Inyeong, a transplant from Korea, teacher of English, and mother of one, bring divergent perspectives to the discussion about culture and language. Added to the conversation are clarifications on linguistics, slang, ...
 
Are you taking a good rest missing some relaxing Korean voice talking about her daily life? A Korean woman moved from Seoul to New York in 2015 and teaching French in a public school, also certified to teach Korean but haven't got a chance to teach Korean yet. She went through a lot of things since she got to New York. She will share her journey/ episodes/ diary mainly in Korean with transcription provided (https://wordpress.com/posts/koreannewyorker.wordpress.com) for Korean learners! Stay ...
 
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Though our new theme, "Faith Unscripted," calls us to realize that faith that is pleasing to God is one "unscripted", this does not mean that we are to be without standards. On the contrary, it is only when we are those committed to the daily discipline of growing in knowledge and understanding of God's word, can we properly live "faith unscripted;…
 
If you drank too much while celebrating New Years, you might like to relieve that pounding headache and churning stomach. Becky and Cedric reveal some Korean folk remedies for hangovers and indigestion. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
In this episode, you'll hear about a fantasy rom-com K-Drama recommendation, what it takes to order a coffee in Korea during pandemic, plus a vegetarian winter food recipe! This podcast is a narrated version of my bi-weekly email newsletter, The Legit Korean. Read this week's newsletter, leave a comment, and watch a Korean food recipe video here. S…
 
Happy New Years! It's time to make your New Years Resolutions.. and time to get a little bit older. In Korea, when the new year rolls around, everybody gains an extra year of age. Becky and Cedric discuss what is Korean age and how it's calculated. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/pr…
 
Kenkoku University and the Experience of Pan-Asianism: Education in the Japanese Empire (Bloomsbury, 2019) by Yuka Kiruma Kishida makes a fresh contribution to the recent effort to re-examine the Japanese wartime ideology of Pan-Asianism by focusing on the experiences of students at Kenkoku University or “Nation-Building University,” abbreviated as…
 
(Upper-intermediate) Podcasts EVERY 1st day of the month. All podcasts: https://simpleenglishlistening.buzzsprout.com/ 👉 Facebook page (all podcasts): https://www.facebook.com/simpleenglishlistening ▶️ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SimpleEnglishListening Here, I speak in SIMPLE English about HIGH-INTEREST topics. The best way to learn is to li…
 
Hello, listeners! Thank you for enjoying my podcast for the year. I wish you have the best new year! Stay safe. Love from Ari In this episode, you'll hear about what Koreans do to celebrate a new year and you'll learn how to say "My new year's resolution is weight loss," plus one of the best winter Korean food recipe! 🎁 My Korean Vocabulary Exercis…
 
When did the Cold War in East Asia really begin? According to ADI-NIAS researcher Kuan-Jen Chen, the answer is 1945 – if we view the Cold War through a maritime lens. In conversation with NIAS Director Duncan McCargo, KJ explains how he is using Japanese and Taiwanese sources to gain a more nuanced perspective on East Asian Cold War maritime histor…
 
In the Korean language, titles (known as 호칭/hoching) are used instead of first names to maintain respect. Some common ones are “unnie” (older sister) and “oppa” (older brother). Becky and Cedric respond to a listener mail asking about these titles and what it means when Koreans don’t use the proper formal term with someone who isn’t… fully Korean? …
 
Join Becky and Cedric in a special Christmas episode! We talk a little bit about Christmas in Korea then stroll down memory lane - what Christmas was like in our households, the mixings of culture in our holiday meals, gifts and celebrations. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#…
 
Why did so many of South Korea’s senior citizens take to the streets between 2016 and 2019? What motivated their participation in rallies? And what do these rallies tell us about the state of South Korea’s democracy? Korea Foundation and Nordic Institute of Asian Studies postdoctoral researcher Myunghee Lee discusses these and other questions with …
 
In this episode, you'll hear about why Squid Game was born in Korea and you'll learn how to say "I'm soooooo bored," plus BTS Jin-style kimchi fried rice recipe! 🎁 Play Pick a Side in Korean! My Korean Vocabulary Exercise Book- Pick a Side! is available on my online shop (e-book) and Amazon (paperback). Use discount code, 'happyholiday' to get 15% …
 
This episode of the Korea Now podcast features an interview that Jed Lea-Henry conducted with Vladimir Tikhonov. They speak about the counter-hegemonic role that socialism has played in South Korea, the history of socialism across the Korean peninsula, the often quiet impact that socialism has had on mainstream politics and policies in South Korea,…
 
Haemil School was founded by famous Korean-Black singer Insooni. Having experiencing a difficult childhood due to being mixed Korean herself, Insooni decided to found and fully support economically a middle school designed to help mixed Korean kids learn and thrive in Korean society. Becky and Cedric visited the school to learn more and discovered …
 
In this episode, you'll hear about the origin of K-Pop fan chants and you'll learn how to say 'A man held a door open for me.', plus a super easy potato recipe! 🎉 My Korean vocabulary exercise book is now available on my online shop (e-book) and Amazon (paperback)! Use subscriber-only discount code, 'happyholiday' to get 15% off on your e-book purc…
 
This episode of the Korea Now podcast features an interview that Jed Lea-Henry conducted with Terence Roehrig. They speak about the issues and challenges that South Korea faces as a maritime nation. Terence Roehrig is a Professor of National Security Affairs at the U.S. Naval War College, the author of ‘From Deterrence to Engagement: The U.S. Defen…
 
In this episode, you'll hear about the truth of hair curler trend in Korea and you'll learn how to say 'OMG, I forgot my mom's birthday!', plus a sweet potato kimchi jeon recipe! This podcast is a narrated version of my weekly email newsletter, The Legit Korean. Read this week's newsletter, leave a comment, send me your voice message, and watch a K…
 
(Pre-intermediate) New episodes EVERY 1st day of the month. Transcript and episodes: https://simpleenglishlistening.buzzsprout.com/ 👉 Facebook page (all podcasts): https://www.facebook.com/simpleenglishlistening ▶️ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkcrx6ESrFxlDC8EEXUbnlw?sub_confirmation=1 Here, I speak in SIMPLE English about HIGH-INTERES…
 
In this episode, you'll hear about my reaction to American Music Awards and you'll learn some Korean to scream at BTS concert. Plus, a super easy bulgogi recipe! This podcast is a narrated version of my weekly email newsletter, The Legit Korean. Read this week's newsletter, leave a comment, send me your voice message, and watch a Korean food recipe…
 
When faced with some of the complex identity questions which often arise in borderlands, Koreans in China – known as Chosonjok in Korean, Chaoxianzu in Chinese – have long seemed adept at navigating the shifting demands of being both Chinese and Korean. Sunhee Koo’s new book, Sound of the Border: Music and Identity of Korean Minority Nationality in…
 
What is Konglish? How is it used and is it a symptom of the changing culture in Korea? ASMR Korean teacher and culture facilitator "Korean Lady" Kayoung joins Becky in the studio to talk about Konglish and some fun examples. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-inf…
 
In this episode, you'll hear about the day airplanes don’t take off (briefly) in South Korea and you'll learn very popular slangs and an interesting personal pronoun. Plus, a childhood food recipe! This podcast is a narrated version of my weekly email newsletter, The Legit Korean. Read this week's newsletter, leave a comment, send me your voice mes…
 
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