Anonymous asked
Hi, I've been searching since a long time Korean lessons and thanks to God I found yours. I wanted to ask you, how can I write in my computer with Korean letters, cause when I copy something in Korean in Microsoft Word, the name of the font is Gulim. I don't know if it's the correct one. But what are the letters or things I have to press!? I hope you can understand what I'm trying to say! And I hope you can help me. THANKS A LOT for your time and dedication with the lessons, they are great (:

Well, unfortunately, korean’s keyboard is different from ours. The vowels and consonants are divided and stuff.

On my old notebook, I had bought keyboard stickers with the korean letters so I could identify where each one of them would go, after that I would use google tradutor or Input King to write in korean - then ctrl+c ctrl+v

It’s kinda troublesome, but it was the best way for me to write in korean. My computer is a windows 7 and I don’t know if I can actually change it’s language to any language that doesn’t use our ABC. ><

And sorry for taking so long to answer you! Tumblr didn’t notify me about your question so I didn’t know. ):

I’ll update this blog as soon as I can, so please guys, be patience with me just a little longer. ><

Vocabulary - I don’t like it! I don’t want to eat it!

  • 싫다 - To hate, to dislike, to be unpleasant (shil-da) - (verb)

You can use it to say something you don’t like, something you don’t want to do or someone you hate. 

가기 싫어요. ” - I don’t want to go. (ga-gi shil-o-yo) - formal

싫은 사람 ” - Person I don’t like. (sil-eun sa-ram)

I’m back, guysu. \o\ I don’t know if I’ll be able to post frequently but please, send requests on my ask box and I’ll try my best. 열심히 할게요! - eevee