Lawd, lawd! So here I am on the Arirang website trying to pull down some more episodes of Let's Speak Korean only to discover that the links no longer work. The website is still there but the videos are disabled. For two days I'm like, What the heck?! until I randomly search the pull down menu and see "Let's Speak Korean (Season 4)". Um, ok. I'm not sure why you need a new season to teach the same thing again or why that means the old season has to disappear...


Lisa Kelley is still the host but this season she's joined by Kim YoungChul, a really wacky comedian that I could sware I've seen before but don't remember where. In other news, it appears that this season will include a mini drama called "Homestay Story" and we all know I love me some drama! It's terribly corny but I'll probably remember the vocabulary better. Here's to starting over...again...

4 comments:

Kuri said...

I'll definitely try to post more of the process. I'm currently in the waiting game of getting my visa code so I can go to the Korean Consulate in Atlanta. How far are you in your paperwork process? It goes by really fast. Seems like only yesterday I was having my first phone interview.

Erin said...

Definitely a good suggestion for a learning Korean website. I'm planning a move to Korea to teach at the end of August, hopefully, so I'd definitely love to learn a few key phrases before heading halfway across the world.

Do you know yet where you're going?

t-hype said...

Hey K,
I just got my background check apostillized today so I'm pretty much ready to send my stuff to the school system. Now I have to wait on them to get my visa info sent back to me...

Erin,
I'll be in Seoul teaching at a public school. Good luck on getting an apartment with your friend. I know with the public schools they can get you in the same building but I haven't heard of anyone getting the same apartment. Keep checking though...

Hideko Arato said...

I love LSK 4 and LSK 3 but I really dislike that when they post a new season that they remove the previous season! That makes no sense >:/ and then you can't even buy it unless you live in Korea, which again, does not make any logical sense. I mean, most people wanting to learn Korean have not even gone to Korea yet.

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