Word of the Day: 재앙 - disaster
내 시험 결과는 거의 재앙이었어요.
"My test result was almost a disaster."

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Learn Korean Now offers in-depth Korean language lessons covering from Beginner's topics such as introducing the alphabet through more challenging lessons for those who are ready for it. There are many reasons why people love learning at Learn Korean Now - here are the top three.

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