‘Korean grammar book in use’ is the popular grammar book series these days. The series covers most of the frequent grammars used in Korean daily life and it has a lot of useful exercises. I have the beginning and intermediate books, so I will post some reviews of those books.
I had a farewell with my friend before she left for US. We spent a great time at Lotte Mart in District 7. Then we had a light dinner with egg tarts and fried potatoes with cheese.
With light music, delicious food and cozy atmosphere, the coffee shop called ‘Clover café & crepe’ became my favourite place to hang out with friends. It was great that we had a small reunion again in this little café.
Time flied so fast and it came to an end of the Korean exchange program. On the last day, we gave the Korean friends cute gifts that could remind them of our lovely moments at Vietnam. One kind friend even baked a lot of green tea cupcakes. The Korean friends gave us a big chocolate cake… Continue reading Sweet Day with cupcakes and Chocolate cake
One of the most exciting activities in the Korean exchange program is the cooking activity. I feel so excited to learn how to cook Korean foods and enjoy them to the utmost. The first food we cooked together was 떡꼬치 TTeokkochi (Spicy Fried Korean Rice Cake Sticks).
Goma Kimbap or mini Kimbap (꼬마 김밥) is one of the favourite foods for the lunchbox or picnic. Kimbap is Korean rice wrapped in seaweed and Goma(꼬마) means kiddie or mini, so Goma Kimbaps are very small rice rolls wrapped in seaweeds.
The idea of starting a day with the aroma of fresh green tea latte makes me feel so energetic and peaceful. In the morning, the Korean friends introduced the green tea latte from the Jeju garden. It was just an instant latte, but the scent of green tea tasted so deep and fresh.
It was such a good day when I had a chance to try on the beautiful Hanbok, one of Korean traditional clothes. In the exchange program, the Korean friends opened a few booths with a lot of activities. I like the fashion booth where I could try on the Hanboks.
The Lunar New Year holiday called ‘Tet Nguyen Dan’ is one of the biggest holidays in Vietnam. Students and workers often have 2 or 3 weeks off during the holiday. Actually the Tet holiday mainly lasts for 3 days, but we have a few days off before the Tet to prepare in advance. In the… Continue reading Jams and fruits for Tet holiday