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Pit-A-Pat Korean 4


This program is a 10-minute show on the Korean language targetted at the global audience who are interested in learning about Korean culture and language. Hosted by Ka Eran, an announcer at KBS, the program introduces daily conversational Korean expressions through popular Korean dramas and K-pop lyrics. Moreover, the show is sure to spark the interest of its viewers with its bits on K-pop stars and other celebrities who have appeared in Korean dramas.

Licensed Regions: Worldwide

  • 09:54 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 20

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 20

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    Expressions used to describe love: “joahanikkayo.” (It’s because I like you.) “changpihapnida.” (I’m embarrassed.) “gaseumiddeollyeo-yo” (My heart is fluttering.) Expressions used to talk about qualification

  • 09:59 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 19

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 19

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    Expressions to use when rushing someone: “ppallihaeyadwae” (You have to hurry up and do it.) “eo-seo! Ppalli!” (Quick! Hurry!) Expressions to use when encouraging someone: “nijasineulmideo” (Believe/Trust in yourself) &

  • 09:57 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 18

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 18

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    Expressions used to describe the weather: “Ddaddeuthaeyo” (It’s warm) “Deowoyo” (It’s hot) “Ssalssalhaeyo” (It’s chilly) “Chuwoyo” (It’s cold) The four seasons: “Bom” (Spr

  • 10:01 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 17

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 17

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    Expressions used when buying and selling goods: “eolmamyeondwaeyo?” (How much is good?) “eolmanajulsuisseoyo?” (How much can you give me?) “gagyeok-ieolma-eyo?” (How much is the price?) - Aired: 02/23/2016 - 10:01 - Rat

  • 09:46 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 16

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 16

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    Expression used when you point to something you’re explaining: “jeogi ~gaboyeo?” (Do you see ~ over there?) Expression used when you explain something step-by-step: “je-ilcheo-eumen ~” (First, ~ / At the very first. ~) &ldquo

  • 09:52 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 15

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 15

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    Expressions used to state the reason for something: “~eoseogeurae.” (It’s because~) - Aired: 02/10/2016 - 09:52 - Rated: Not Rated

  • 09:51 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 14

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 14

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    Expressions of consolation: “nitasianiya.” (You’re not to blame.) “nijalmosianiya.” (It’s not your fault.) - Aired: 02/03/2016 - 09:51 - Rated: Not Rated

  • 09:54 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 13

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 13

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    Expression to use when taking care of someone: “jamkkanmanchameuseyo.” (Endure it/Hold on for a little while) Expression used to apologize: “dasineun ~haji aneulge.” (Never again will I ~) - Aired: 01/26/2016 - 09:54 - Rated: Not R

  • 09:48 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 12

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 12

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    Adjectives describing heartbreak: “aeteuthada” (sad) “ganjeolhada” (desperate) “goeropda” (miserable) Expression used when recalling something: “~ gieogi nanda” (I remember ~) - Aired: 01/25/2016 - 09:48 - R

  • 09:58 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 11

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 11

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    Expressing when two things exist at once: “~gidohago ~gidohaeyo.” (It is ~ and also ~) - Aired: 01/06/2016 - 09:58 - Rated: Not Rated

  • 09:38 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 10

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 10

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    Confirmation through question: “jeojuryeogosasingeomatjo?” (You bought it for me, right?) “jeojuryeogomandeusingeomatjo?” (You made it for me, right?) Expression of hesitant admittance: “ani, mweogeureotagiboda…”

  • 09:47 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 9

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 9

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    Confessing love: “nega jota” (I like you) “naeyeoppeissora.” (Stay with me) * Confessing love even if it is out of one’s character to emphasize sincerity of feelings. - Aired: 01/01/2016 - 09:47 - Rated: Not Rated

  • 09:53 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 8

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 8

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    Expressions of concern: “~kkabwageokjeonghasseoyo” (worried that ~ would ~) Expressions of regret: “~geolgeuratseoyo” (should have done ~) “~malgeolgeuratseoyo” (should not have done ~) - Aired: 12/25/2015 - 09:53 - Rat

  • 09:46 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 7

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 7

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    When one is bound to do something: “~hagi maryeon-ida.” (bound to~) - Aired: 12/18/2015 - 09:46 - Rated: Not Rated

  • 09:52 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 6

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 6

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    Expressions used in the dating game: “urihaeeojyeoyo” (Let’s break up) “urisaguillaeyo?” (Let’s go out) Postponing things until tomorrow: “urinaeil ~laeyo?” (should be do ~ tomorrow?) - Aired: 12/11/2015 - 0

  • 09:18 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 2

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 2

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    Expressions about Color: “ppalgansaek” (red color) “noransaek” (yellow color) “choroksaek” (green color) “paransaek” (blue color) “borasaek” (purple color) Expressions used to describe something

  • 10:00 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 4

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 4

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    Expressing strong emotion in the form of a question: “Have you still lost your mind?” (Get a grip already!) “Did you have to do this?” (You do not have to do this!) Using ‘if’: “~hamyeon” (If you do ~) - Air

  • 09:53 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 3

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 3

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    Expression of deterrence (saying not to do something): “Haji malayo” // “Haji mayo” (Don’t) Expression of devoted love for something: “~bakke nan molla” (I don’t know anything but ~) - Aired: 11/20/2015 - 09

  • 09:55 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 2

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 2

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    Expressions to cheer” “Fighting” “Himnaeseyo” (Hang in there) “Igyeora” (Win!) Expressing one’s dedication and hard work (to stake one’s life): “Moksumeulgeolgohada” (To stake one’s l

  • 09:45 Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 1

    Pit-A-Pat Korean 4 - Episode 1

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    Expression of gratitude (repaying): Eunhyereul/Shinsereuleotteokegappayadoel­ji/haljimoreugetseoyo (I don’t know how I should repay you) Asking the name of a stranger: Seonghamiradoalryeojuseyo (Please tell me your name) Yeollakcheoradoalryeojus

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