to look for a baby for three years

[Proverb] 업은 아이 μ‚Όλ…„ μ°ΎλŠ”λ‹€ – To Look for a Baby for Three Years Not Realizing They’ve Been Carrying the Baby on Their Back the Whole Time πŸ‘Ά

업은 아이 μ‚Όλ…„ μ°ΎλŠ”λ‹€ [eob’eun a’i sam’nyeon chan’neun’da] Today in oddly specific Korean proverbs, “업은 아이 μ‚Όλ…„ μ°ΎλŠ”λ‹€” to remind you that perhaps what you’ve been searching for whether it’s…

Soybeans and Red Beans

[Proverb] 콩 심은 데 μ½©λ‚˜κ³  νŒ₯ 심은 데 νŒ₯λ‚œλ‹€ – Soybeans Grow Where They Are Planted, Red Beans Grow Where They Are Planted 🌱

콩 심은 데 μ½©λ‚˜κ³ νŒ₯ 심은 데 νŒ₯λ‚œλ‹€ [kong shim’eun de kong’na’go pat shim’eun de pat’nan’da] What does this proverb mean? Consists of the following: 콩: (noun) soybean 심닀: (regular verb)…

An illustration of King Sejong the Great

The History of Hangeul πŸ“œ

October 9 is Hangeul Day (ν•œκΈ€λ‚ ) in Korea. In Joseon Korea, literacy was a symbol of class. Only the Yangban aristocracy could afford to spend years memorizing thousands of Chinese…

Chuseok Songpyeon

What is Chuseok? πŸŒ•

Chuseok (좔석/秋倕) is the autumn harvest festival celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month, on the full moon during harvest season. Chuseok means autumn evening (with the…