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Learning Korean can be difficult, just as learning English is challenging for Koreans, mostly due to the inversion in grammar structures. Chad Meyer--an American--and Kim Moon-jung--a Korean--are a husband and wife who wrote this book for tourists, businesspeople, English teachers, military, and anyone else with a desire to understand Korean culture and speak Korean. ''An Illustrated Guide to Korean'' features easy and practical Korean colloquial expressions that can be put to use in one's everyday life, charming illustrations that aid comprehension, and interesting tips about Korean culture, ideal for people looking for an easier, more entertaining way to learn Korean. It is a must-have item for expats who want to get the most out of Korean life as well as for Koreans who want to learn key English expressions. Knowing key words and phrases will help people living in Korea communicate without difficulty. The bilingualism of the authors has made the high-quality Korean and English expressions found throughout the book possible.
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Chad Meyer is an American with BS degrees in computer science, electrical engineering, and math, as well as several years' experience teaching in the New York area.
Kim Moon-jung is a Korean who majored in art before going to study graphic design in the US, where she also worked for a newspaper. Chad and Moon-jung fell in love and got married, and following a number of visits to Korea, they ended up relocating to Seoul in 2007. Chad's deep interest in Korean culture led him to contribute articles about Korean food to the English-language daily the Korea Times. Since 2008, Chad and Moon-jung have been writing the Easy to Learn Korean series for the Korea Times.
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Book Description Seoul Selection, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1624120121