I have always looked up to Dave or Josh from Korean Englishmen and their korean skills. It was my dream to someday make content like theirs, fully in Korean. And here you go, I finally did it. I plan on making a new Korean video every monday, and to start off I made a video that I don’t even have in English. A self-introduction mixed with an FAQ in which I even answer my most hated questions koreans tend to ask me such as; Why am I not going back to my home-country. Can I eat spicy food. Do I know how to use chopsticks, and does Korean food suit me. I have always looked up to Dave from the world of Dave or Josh from Korean Englishmen and their korean skills. Whenever I watched their videos I was dreaming about how I could someday make videos in Korean, but 1) I wasn’t comfortable infront of the camera. And 2) I wasn’t comfortable with my Korean skills. I finally bit the bullet, and made my very first video in Korean this week. And not only that, I plan on making Korean videos every single Monday, to not only serve as practice for me, but also possibly serve as inspiration for you. Because if I can speak Korean, you can too!
My very first Korean video is on a topik that I don’t even have a video about in English, but it’s a very important one nonetheless. It is a self-introduction mixed with an FAQ. In which I don’t only reveal, my name, age, and country of origin. But I also answer some general questions about how I came to Korea and how I learned Korean! And I answered my most hated questions in koreans tend to ask me such as; Why am I not going back to my home-country. Can I eat spicy food. Do I know how to use chopsticks, and does Korean food suit me. I also go on a little rant about my hometown, and I might emphasize just a bit too much that I am really rom the country side. But really, I am! And nobody believes me.
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