Washington, DCUSA 20007
July 8, 2012
I'm an engineer originally from Baltimore but now working in DC. I love to hike and get out into nature.
Peter told me about it
looking for hiking, easy moderate and strenuous. no ultra hardcore stuff though.
I suppose it is but we aren't necessarily ninjas but close enough. You seemed like a really cool person to hang out with once in a while. Currently we are enjoying some of the cider we brought to the party but no one drank it so we're just chilling on a Sunday drinking it all. Anyways, keep us updated on some cool meetups and maybe we will see you again!! :3 Anyways, I have a facebook so add me if ya can. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?i...
dude i feel ya, try going from Korean to German then Dutch!!!
ah, "heat it up"... I think it's, "tae wa ju sea yo." maybe ... ha ha.
you're cooking kamjatang?
what's cookin? novaKorean members welcome you! Bae go pa?
Hi Richard! I'm glad you wanted to make it to the Meetup on July 23. Your traveling and living experiences in China is perfect for this meetup. There will be many first time travelers to China who'd like to know what to expect. I am looking forward to seeing in then. Angie
Welcome to the 20s and 30s Asian Group Richard! Check out the calendar, we hope to see you at an event soon!
Richard, I am sorry!! I did not get your message until today... I hope you were able to make it. It was a lot of fun and I will be setting up a carpool for next time.
I think you are pretty good at Korean. I am sure your Korean pronunciation will come back when you study Korean again. When you mention romanization I agree with you. Even I have trouble to prononce what is written if it is romanized. Do you actually know all the sounds for each Korean alphabet? If you do it will be much easier to read Korean. And I think you can find good Korean friends who can explain Korean sentence structure. The more you read the easier Korean will be.