[Adult Class] Week 7

안녕하세요! 잘 지내요?

The taekwondo class was pretty entertaining! I enjoyed all fighting & hurting each other with the gorgeous self defense skills!! Hope you all had fun!


Attached are some of the pictures & videos from the taekwondo class. Show it to your friends and family!


We're going to skip recording homework this week, but the homework I want to give you is to find Korean words for the attached picture (화장실, bathroom). We're going to learn some vocabularies. If you want to know further words related to 화장실, feel free to write them down so you can ask me!


Also starting this week, I'd like to give you advanced 숙제 for those already have good writing skills! This is completely optional but you're free to try out using your best knowledge & a little bit of cheat using Korean dictionary!


If you want to try out, I'd like to write an essay (at least 5 sentences, but the longer, the better) as if you were introducing Minnesota to Korean friends. (Again, it's optional!)


You could describe the weather here, atmosphere, things to do, etc so next time you get to visit Korea, you know what to tell them! I will correct your words, grammar, and suggestion in expressions in this homework. If you're not at that level yet, don't worry at all! You could work on your vocabularies we learned in the class instead. (this is important too!)


Have a great week & I'll see you on Sunday!

안녕히 계세요!


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