이 영상에서는 제가 한국어를 왜 배웠는지랑 한국어가 저한테 어떤 영향을 줬는지 설명합니다. 한국과 한국 사람들에 대해서 알아야 될 것들이 엄청 많이 남아 있어서 앞으로도 한국이랑 관련된 콘텐츠를 계속 열심히 올리고 싶습니다. In this video I explain how the Korean language became the first language I ever learned voluntarily and how I try to help others with their process of learning this beautiful language as well. There is so much more to learn and know about the Korean culture, the people and I want to contribute to that happening. In diesem Video beschreibe ich, warum ich Koreanisch gelernt habe und welchen Einfluss die Sprache auf mich hatte. Ich möchte auch in Zukunft dazu betragen, dass ihr über Korea und die Menschen mehr erfahren könnt.
안녕하세요! 저는 한미란이라고해요. 이 패러디가 김태연의 스카이 캐슬 패러디에서 영감 받았어요. 즐겨보세요! 그리고...한국언니 저에게 공모전에 대해 알려주셔서 너무 너무 너무 감사합니다! This parody was inspired by my favorite singer, Kim Taeyeon's parody of my favorite drama Sky Castle. Thank you TTK for motivating me to push my speaking ability beyond my self-imposed limitations. Thank you Korean Unnie for letting me know about the contest!
This year, I decided to join talk talk korea's video contest. I hope you would all enjoy this video. ☺ I speak mostly korean in this video. I hope I sound okay, didn't have the time to actually practice my korean, but I still tried my best. (Smiles) I shared my story in this video, my dreams and aspirations. I entitled this video as "my story is not over yet" because I still have a lot of big dreams that i want to fulfill and achieve. I started to be interested in Korean music, particularly Kpop, back in 2010.Since then, I always listen and watch different performances of kpop stars. Korean dramas became a hit in the Philippines and I as a fan of kpop, started to fell in love with stories in k-dramas. Because of the OST of the beautiful K-series, I also enjoyed listening and singing to Korean Ballads. I became interested in joining competitions in Korean singing and in Kpop contests. I joined 'KPOP STARHUNT 3' back in 2013, and luckily I got chosen to represent the Philippines in the
I am so excited to show you all what I did for this years Talk Talk Korea contest. I really enjoyed creating, recording and editing this video, it was really cool. Even if I have no confidence with my Korean speaking yet, this project helped me to do it no mather what, forgetting about my flaws speaking. Winning this contest is a real goal for me right now, and I hope at least you enjoy watching this short film. Lately I'm really worried about global warming and all those things... Amazonas is burning, the Arctic melting, we are killing millions of animals each day and we are filling the oceans with plastics. I am trying to do my best to change what we did wrong, but if all of us don't take action now... the only thing we can do it keep our hope and fight. Help our home, the earth, to live again and to breath. 감사합니다!!!
Hello! I am Elena from Russia. I’ve been in Korea for 5 times, and even I could choose any other country to go, I didn’t want to do so, as Korea just got deep in my heart. And I don’t think It’ll change ever. Here in my video I tell a story about Korea, especially about Seoul, as this city became for me more then just capital of Korea. If you want to find out what is the Seoul for me and why do I love it watch this video!
"이 노래를 들으면서 한국에 한번 여행 가 줄래요? 미소 짓고 기분을 좋게 해주는 스토리가 됐으면 해요!" 끝까지 들어 주시길 바랍니다^^ 저한테는 이렇게 가사를 쓰는 게 처음인데 아주 특별하고 값진 경험이었다. 한국에 대한 노래를 만든 이유는 - 하고 싶은 말이 되게~ 많았거든요. 결국 제가 한국을 어떻게 보느냐가 가사 내용을 결정했다. 이 느낌과 좋은 기억들을 정리해서 가사로 표현하는 게 나을까 싶었다. 즐거운 여행 갔다 온 듯 준비를 해 놨다! 톡톡코리아 콘테스트를 생각하면 한국 문화에 관한 "Main online event"이라고 할 수 있다. (아무래도 이런 콘테스트도 개인적인 오리지널 노래가 필요하겠죠) 코리아 톡톡 합시다~ ------- Making a song for TalkTalkKorea was great experience ! Every year brings wonderful topics, and this was the one I couldn't miss! Please give this song a try - and if it reaches you even a little, it means a world to me~☆ Here are the lyrics for those who are interested: "난 가도 가도 백 번을 가도 또 가보고 싶게 돼 수많은 곳들, 그때 걷던 길 - 모든 기회를 잡게 밤낮 끝없이 빛나는 도시 또 하루 흘러갔다 잠 못 드는 서울 여전히 역시 야경이 너무 좋다 저 아름답게 흐르는 청계천을 걸어가고 한결같이 합정 맛집에서 저녁식사하고. 이 기분 좋은 밤 내가 고민 하나도 안 하고 근처 노래방 와서 새벽까지 노래를 한다. 우리 내려가는 게 어디까지? 산길이 구불거려 CGV 영화에 나온 것 같이 부산해운대 보여.. 소나무 향기, 갈매기 소리 - 동해안 바다 왔죠 내 모닝 커피 이번엔 어느 카페에서 할까요? 주문하고 어디 갈까 -이층 풍경 좋다던대 대신 나가는 게 낫지
Hello guys~ It's Yuki Khulan. I'm back with a new video. This time, I'm participating in Talk Talk Korea 2019- Speaking in Korean. I've been learning Korean by myself by watching Youtube videos, movies and dramas and listening to music and I'm so happy to be sharing with you guys a video by speaking the language I've worked hard on. The topic I'm talking on this video is "Korean Coffee Culture" which was one of the cultures I was pretty shocked about when I first came to Korea. With the curiosity of how coffee culture became so huge in this country, I did a bit of online research. An average Korean person drinks coffee 12 times per week, which is more than they eat kimchi. How shocking, huh? Coffee culture in Korea started in 1896 when the King Kojong became the first Korean person who tasted coffee. The first coffee shop (which they used to call "dabang") was opened in Sontag Hotel, which was an European style, luxurious hotel during Joson era. At that time, only the high-status peopl