In my opinion, Korean language has the most dynamic language expressions and that's what make it so interesting and unique. The more you get to get involved in a conversation, the more you learn. First, you should be able to read so that you get the ability to learn and study yourself. Then, you should get involved in listening while practicing speaking.
Grew up in South Korea and went to schools in US. I'm familiar with both cultures. I work with a Korean company dealing with English speaking customers. Given that, I'm fluent in both Korean and English written and verbal.
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