Things I notice while studying the Korean language
A non-Korean unfamiliar with Korea would never guess these cartoons were Korean since few of the characters have black hair. Hair dye isn't that popular.
Your most recent posts introduce a wonderful variety of Korean language materials. The cartoons are great. I haven't watched them all yet. I especially like the nationalistic ones like 김밥과 도너츠, 일본인 관광객, and 이름 때문에.Keep up the good work! BTW, can you provide a list of general websites or webpages that don't require a Korean nat'l ID number? How do you get around that barrier?
My favorite is 군대식.
Sonagi,I do not have any information on Web sites that do not require a national ID, and I do not know how to get around the problem. I wish they would stop doing that. I usually just ignore such sites, or link to the parts that are open to unregistered visitors. There is a lot of free stuff out there.As for my posting, I like doing it because it helps me remember things. I could keep notes on my computer, but I tend to never look at them again after I save them. I don't have that problem when I post online. I regularly go back and look at old posts to refresh my memory because many times I use posts as a kind of bookmark for things I want to study, but have no time for at that moment. Also, I like to post online because I pay more attention to making clear notes since I know people might be reading them.I am glad you are enjoying the posts. Take care.
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