• Talking Club

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    Welcome to the Triangle Korean Language and Culture’s ‘Talking Club’ meetup~! This is your chance to practice speaking Korean and put all your hard studying to good use! For this meetup we will provide a discussion topic (for example: ordering at a restaurant, sharing your hobbies, asking directions, etc.). We will then learn 15 effective & useful phrases relating to the topic and practice them together as a group. Then its time to try and use those phrases to carry on a conversation with a partner entirely in Korean. Remember speaking is a key part in learning Korean! 화이팅! **You must be able to read 한글 and know some basic grammar rules for this meetup

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  • Korean Alphabet Class at Korean Food Bazaar

    First Korean Baptist Church

    Lauren and Young are hosting Korean Alphabet Class at Food BAZAAR. You learn how to shop food, clothing, accessories, bags, shoes. We reserved a room at church for our meeting. I will post the room at the front church gate on Sat morning. The time is 10:30-11:30AM. You can buy the food first and bring them into the room, or you can come to the room first and shop together.

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  • Spring Korean Food Bazaar

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    Spring Korean Food Bazaar ^^ One stop BAZAAR, where you can find variety of great authentic Korean food, clothing, accessories, bags, shoes, etc.... - You can also purchase Korean food like Kimchi, Kimbob, Tthukbokki, Chicken, Korean barbecue, Bulgogi, Korean pancake...) SPECIAL: There will be a Car Wash. Please visit with your family & friends!!

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  • HelloTalk Night

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    Let's learn useful Korean expressions with only a few basic words! This class helps you get used to the core language structure of Korean, such as verbs and basic sentences. Our meeting is open to anyone who is willing to learn and practice Korean expressions. If you want to improve your Korean language speaking skills, come out and enjoy the new class!

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  • Monthly Dinner Meetup~

    4731 NC-55

    Monthly Korean dinner meetup time! This month we will meet at Inter Korea House in Durham~ Let's work on introducing yourself in 한국어 to the group. Tell us some of your hobbies, how long you've been learning Korean (and how/what tools you use) or just a fun fact about yourself! I'm going to bring some name tags for us to write on :) Some helpful phrases: 다시 만나서 반갑습니다 (da-shi man-na-so ban-gap-sseum-nida) - It's nice to see you again. 저는 "(name)"입니다 (jeo-neun "___"im-nida) - I am "(name)". 30살이에요 (seo-lreun salr-ie-yo) - I am 30 years old. 회사원입니다 (hwe-sa-won-im-nida) - I am an office worker. 학생입니다 (hak-saeng-im-nida) - I am a student. ***Also please make sure to keep your RSVP status up to date*** 감사합니다~

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  • Wake Tech Korean Classes, Spring & Summer 2019

    Wake Technical Community College - RTP Campus

    Wake Tech is offering Korean classes in Spring & Summer semester at Wake Tech Weste RTP Campus, Morrisville & Beltline Education Center in Raleigh. You can register thru the link below; http://www.waketech.edu/programs-courses/non-credit/register-online?search=korean * Korean Part 3 (Thursday) - RTP Campus 03/21/19 - 05/09/19 * Korean Part 2 (Saturday) - Beltline Education Center, Raleigh 04/24/19 - 07/13/19 Please contact Jane at [masked] for further information. I look forward to meeting you in the future. Thank you!

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  • Karaoke Night at PURE

    Pure Karoke

    $10.00

    Let's meet at Pure Karaoke to sing some songs in Korean~ We are allowed to bring our own snacks, please be aware that they do not serve food here. I will be buying some 김밥 (or something) and bringing it to the meetup (along with some napkins and mini plates and whatnot), if anyone else wants to bring some snacks please do! Reserving a room here does cost money so we are asking members to bring $10 in cash in order to offset the cost of the room. (just bring $10 in CASH to the event) 감사합니다 ***ALL AGES WELCOME **You do not have to sing in Korean but we encourage our members to try! We're all here to learn and have fun~

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  • Talking Club (수다 클럽)

    Yopop Raleigh

    Welcome to the Triangle Korean Language and Culture’s ‘Talking Club’ meetup~! This is your chance to practice speaking Korean and put all your hard studying to good use! For this meetup we will provide a discussion topic (for example: ordering at a restaurant, sharing your hobbies, asking directions, etc.). We will then learn 20 effective & useful phrases relating to the topic and practice them together as a group. Then its time to try and use those phrases to carry on a conversation with a partner entirely in Korean. Remember speaking is a key part in learning Korean! 화이팅! ***You must be able to read 한글 and know some basic grammar rules for this meetup (verb conjugation, sentence word order, etc. most of this meetup will be entirely in Korean!)***

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  • KoreaFest 2019

    Kerr Scott Building, NC State Fairgrounds

    Come experience Korean Culture and Food locally at the 3rd annual KoreaFest 2019 held by the Global Korean Wave Federation~ Come for the - Celebrities HUB K-pop group, hip hop artist HeeSun Lee, singers and songwriters Dabit and David Oh, artist and adopted Dominic Pangborn, Alez Reid from K-pop group Rania, and more! - Korean Food - Korean Shopping - Dominic Pangborn, a celebrated Korean-American artist and designer. - Traditional Korean Performances - K-pop Dance and Korean Singing Contest - Korean Games, Lessons, and More! Competitions with Great Prizes - K-pop Dance Competition - Korean Singing Competition - Korean Nail Art Competition We are excited to have entertainment and guests from Korea, Seattle, DC, and more~! There will be meet and greet opportunities. Find out more (and see the lineup) at: https://www.nckoreafest.com/

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  • Meet the Organizers at KoreaFest 2019

    Kerr Scott Building, NC State Fairgrounds

    Meet the Meetup Organizers at the Korean Festival~ While you’re at the Korean Festival on March 2nd make sure you come stop by our Meetup group’s booth! There you can meet each of the organizers and even get a chance to practice some Korean. We’d also love to hear your ideas for some future meetup events, like maybe a karaoke night or a Korean cooking demo? We want to make learning Korean language and culture fun and accessible to everyone! So make sure to stop by and say hello to us, we’d love to talk to you~! 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹 The Meetup group's booth will be opened at 10:00 am. The schedule will be 10:00 - 12:30pm: Youngjin 10:00 - 3:00pm: Sara 12:30 - 5:00pm: Jane, Michael 1:00 - 5:00pm: Railey 3:00 - 7:00pm: Amy 5:00 - 7:00pm: Youngjin Closing the booth at 7pm. We look forward to seeing you soon!