Learn Korean language and
Learn Korean language and culture from a qualified teacher. I am an author and an experienced teacher. I am currently teaching Korean language to students from other countries online. It is really exciting to be with people from other countries. I have doctorate degree, and have been a professor at a university in Korea. While serving for the university, I taught Korean language to exchange students and professors from other countries. I wrote doctorate dissertation in Korean. You can also learn some hard vocabulary and complicated Korean sentence structures from me. Because Korean language is a phonetic language, the sounds of words matter. The grammar also heavily depends on the sounds. I teach these sound effects for students' better understanding of Korean grammar. I hope my channel will be a help for those who want to learn Korean language.
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The Incredible Japanese Prison Break: https://youtu.be/oI8trlbCbU8
The Mysterious Chinese Art Heists Across Europe: https://youtu.be/9LDVQYfeseo
The Greatest Bank Heist in Japanese History: https://youtu.be/gbeN-2ErxBw
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Animated documentary-style videos on extraordinary Asian events.
Kento Bento — Researcher, writer, narrator, audio editor, video editor, motion graphics & art director
Charlie Rodriguez — Motion graphics & illustrator
Isambard Dexter — Research assistant
Jose Gamez — SFX editor
Dave Wiskus — Agent
Nina Bento — Cheerleader
Video Title: The Bizarre South Korean Bank Heist
"Daejeon, South Korea, 2019 — 140 kilometers south of Seoul. The bank robber was getting ready to enter the bank. He was well-prepared, composed, and not at all afraid of being caught. You see, he had been planning the heist for a while, and had become quite familiar with the bank’s habits and procedures. He had done the math and knew it would take police just four minutes to arrive at the scene once alerted. This, of course, wasn’t ideal — a potential four minute window seemed risky — but if all were to go according to plan the reward would be worth it; he would be set for life. As part of his preparation, he had procured a very specific weapon (a kind of knife) from a trusty vendor which, really, he had no intention of using. With the threat alone being sufficient enough, this was merely for show. And so, after months of planning, it was time. He headed through the doorway into the bank. The heist was on..."
after forever of waiting hayzzz
So the story is of faking a bank heist to get medical treatment in prison.
Dang, never seen this much plot twists before
Yoooo biggest plot twist ever
Do you eat turtles?
Phrases from this lesson:
Phrases from this lesson: http://bit.ly/1Um5rGr
Directions in Korean: https://youtu.be/_qVNRfDrtF8
Korean Number Systems: https://youtu.be/2IJ_r--02hs
Korean Money: https://youtu.be/qF6N3lj8CHk
what to say deposit & withdrawals in korean？
You have help me learn Korean in such a fun way
Your face and the way you smile in the thumbnail looks just a bit like Park Bo Young! Or maybe I've been watching too much Oh My Ghostess lol.
Aaah many thanks for this! I'm moving in February to study abroad and this is the kind of things I overlook until the last moment. I remember the first time I lived abroad in Germany I essentially mimed my way into opening an account.
Thanks again for all your great video you're really helping me with my move in a fun and still educative way- and you clearly put a lot of effort into them it's always so pleasant. Stay awesome professor <3
Thank you for always making fun and informative videos! I often post them to the Pegasus Society for Korean Studies social media^^