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Clarifications Regarding This Saturday (6 February), Korean Language Volunteers and Miscellany

From: Daniel
Sent on: Monday, February 1, 2010 3:33 AM
"Introduction to the Korean Language Class," Afternoon Meetup and Intermediate "Conversations in Korean" on Saturday, 6 February

To clarify a few things about this Saturday...

- "Introduction to the Korean Language" meets on the 11th floor (DePaul Student Center) at 1:00 pm again. We will not be in the Harold Washington Library. Those members who have attended a previous class and/or have a strong foundation in the consonants and vowels should come to Youni's 1:00 pm session.

- The Afternoon Meetup at 2:00 pm is for those members who couldn't make the first two sessions of class, would like to catch up on the material taught previously in the workshop or simply opt to drop by to discover options (whether English or Korean). It is a good opportunity to socialize and meet other members.

- The intermediate conversational group will also meet on the 11th floor, but at 2:00 pm. It is meant for two to three intermediate Korean speakers who would like to practice conversation and improve their listening comprehension. It will be conducted mostly in Korean.

... if you have questions or I left anything out, please reply to this message.

Korean Language Volunteers for this Saturday

Two or three Korean language volunteers would be invaluable for our 2:00 pm event. If it is convenient for you to attend and you would like to help out, please stop by. Several opportunities are available.f you could help in that capacity - whether once or recurring - please reply to this message. We customarily meet at the Barnes & Noble Cafe (State and Jackson) prior to moving upstairs to the DePaul Student Center at 1:00 pm. Please contact reply for more information.

Korean Language Exchange Partners

So many people are looking to learn Korean or practice English lately... Some are members of this group while others are from other groups or organizations. If you are looking for a language exchange partner or would like to help someone, please reply with:

- Preferred days and times.
- Ideal locations to meet.
- Subjects you'd like to review.

A list of suitable candidates will then be provided.

Korean Catering by Melissa Ko

If you enjoy good Korean food an excellent choice is now available. Melissa Ko now caters. Here is a partial menu:

1. Bulgogi
2. Kalbi (Korean Marinated Ribs)
3. Kalbijjim (Beef Short Ribs w/ Vege)
4. Daejigogi Bokgem (Spicy Marinated Pork)
5.Dakdoritang (Korean Style Spicy Chicken Stew)
6. Modemjeun or Hobakjeun or sangsunjeun
(Korean Style Mixed Pancake or Vege Pancake or Fish Pancake)
7. Boochingae (Boochoo or Hobak), Modem Boochingae
(Different Korean Style Vege Pancakes)
8. Kimbop (Korean Seaweed Rolls)
9. California Roll
10. Bokumbop (Fried Rice)
11. Bibimbop (Vege Only or w/ Meat)
12. Japchae (Korean Style Clear Noodle w/ Vege)
13. Popcorn Chicken
14. Sogogi Tangsooyook (Korean Sweet & Sour Beef)
15. Chungpa Sogogi (Mongolian Beef)
16 Palbochae (Sauteed Seafood w/ Vege)
17. Donkkass or Chicken Kkass
(Pork Cutlet or Chicken Cutlet)
18. Nakjibokum or ohjinguhbokum
(Mariated Octopus or Squid)
19. Kodarijjim (Steamed Dried Pollack)
20. Mandoo (Dumplings)
21. Saewoo or Yahchae tweegim
(Fried Shrimp or Vegetables)
22. Haepari Nangchae (Jelly Fish Platter)
23. Koguematang (Honey Glazed Sweet Potato)
24. Yaksik (Korean Sweet Sticky Rice Cake)
25. Soojungga (Korean Cinnamon Punch)
26. Kimchee

(Other side dishes and menus can be provided by request)

If you have questions or to order, please contact Melissa at:

[address removed]

...or visit her blog:

Recommended Korean Language Tutors

- Youni Chae([address removed]) has a few slots left for individual sessions. More information about her background, teaching methods, availability for lessons is available from her. Youni has extensive experience discussing contemporary culture, history, art, manners, customs and social issues. I am amazed at how far she has taken some of our members.

- Heesung Kwon ([address removed]). This extraordinary tutor conducts sessions in/near Buffalo Grove.

- We are lucky to have the assistance of Eden Jung as a tutor of Korean. She has experience tutoring individuals for the toefl exam, and is fluent in both Korean and English. Eden can be reached at [address removed].

- For Korean culture, history or to learn HanJa, YoonKyoung (Christine) Park is exceptional. She tutors, teaches and conducts workshops in or near Albany Park. [address removed].

Event Suggestions

Any ideas for events, language exchange sessions, venues to visit or other Meetup options that haven't been pursued would be appreciated. There have been several requests to try out some Chicago establishments other than Korean, so we will attempt to accommodate those suggestions.



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