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Is it true that Philippines will learn Korean language?
As a foreign language elective, Korean as a second foreign language will first be implemented in 10 select public secondary schools in the Philippines, starting in the National Capital Region and Metro Manila.
Why do Filipinos want to learn Korean?
One may study a new language because of cultural interests: curiosity about other people’s way of life, popular culture, foreign food and tradition. Filipinos are hooked on watching Korean dramas and Korean-related cultural contents, thus the increased interests in learning Korean as a foreign language.
What language do Koreans want to learn?
Apart from the fact that Koreans are fanatical about learning the English language and therefore most of the people can speak at least a little, you’ll find a lot of borrowed words that have become assimilated into Korean.
Can you go to Korea if you don’t speak Korean?
The Korean Alphabet is Easy as A-B-C Hangul (which translates to “great script”) is the official alphabet of the Korean language. Knowing the alphabet will make traveling in Korea much easier, even if you don’t speak Korean, as you’ll be able to recognize food names on menus and destinations on street signs.
What are the basic Korean words?
Basic Korean Words And Phrases
- 네 (ne) / 예 (ye) = yes.
- 아니오 (a-ni-yo) = no.
- 괜찮아요 (gwaen-chan-a-yo) = ok.
- 안녕하세요 (an-nyeong-ha-se-yo) = hello.
- 주세요 (ju-se-yo) = please.
- 감사합니다 (gam-sa-ham-ni-da) / 고마워요 (go-ma-woy-o) = thank you.
- 천만에요 (cheon-man-e-yo) = you’re welcome.
- 실례합니다 (sill-ye-ham-ni-da) = excuse me.
What language does BTS speak?
Korean fluently, obviously. A lot of the members can speak Japanese very well and they have released exclusively Japanese albums. Jin and J-Hope can speak good Chinese and RM can speak English.
Is Korea English friendly?
English is not very widely spoken in South Korea overall, although you will have better luck in the capital Seoul, where there will be more English speakers in the main tourist areas. That said, just like Japan, visitors there report that the language barrier and the lack of English will not stop you getting around.