korean latin

Best Languages for Disney Songs

Not to say that these are the only or the absolute “best,” they’re just the languages that I listen to the songs in. Hope you enjoy!

How Far I’ll Go (Moana)

Almost There (The Princess and the Frog)

Let It Go / For the First Time in Forever (Frozen)

Reflection / Honor to Us All (Mulan)

Hakuna Matata (Lion King)

I See the Light / When Will My Life Begin? (Tangled)

  • French [I See the Light]
  • German [I See the Light]
  • Spanish (Latin American) [When Will My Life Begin?]
  • English [When Will My Life Begin?]

Love is an Open Door (Frozen)

The 12 months in different languages

English
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December 

Swedish
Januari, Februari, Mars, April, Maj, Juni, Juli, Augusti, September, Oktober, November, December

Finnish
Tammikuu, Helmikuu, Maaliskuu, Huhtikuu, Toukokuu, Kesäkuu, Heinäkuu, Elokuu, Syyskuu, Lokakuu, Marraskuu, Joulukuu

French
Janvier, Février, Mars, Avril, Mai, Juin, Juillet, Août, Septembre, Octobre, Novembre, Décembre 

Spanish

Enero, Febrero, Marzo, Abril, Mayo, Junio, Julio, Agosto, Septiembre, Octubre, Noviembre, Diciembre

Italian

Gennaio, Febbraio, Marzo, Aprile, Maggio, Giugno, Luglio, Agosto, Settembre, Ottobre, Novembre, Dicembre

Latin

Lanuarius, Februarius, Martius, Aprilis, Maius, Lunius, Lulius/Quintilis, Augustus/Sextilis, September, October, November, December

Japanese (kanji) & Chinese (Note: They have different pronunciation) 

一月 ,  二月 ,  三月 ,  四月 ,  五月 ,  六月 ,  七月 ,  八月 ,  九月 ,  十月 ,  十一月 ,  十二月 

Korean (Note: The first syllable can be exchanged to the respective number)

일월 ,  이월 ,  삼월 ,  사월 ,  오월 ,  유월 ,  칠월 ,  팔월 ,   구월 ,  시월 ,  십일월 ,  십이월

Perks Of Being Multilingual

Made a new Korean friend online today and we are both Christian and were attempting to have a conversation about a Christian book in Korean. Well my Korean conversation skills are basic and her english is basic. We both were getting confused but guess what? New Korean friend lives in Latin America and speaks spanish fluently. I myself am basically fluent, so we ended up having our conversation in Spanish instead of either of our native languages. Moral of the story is you never know when your 2nd 3rd or 5th language may come in handy. So keep learning my friends

(New) Index of Religions

Okay, this is a NEW post showing the complete list of everything I have included on this blog so far. Additions, editions, and new content will be listed on this page.

Abrahamic Religions:

  1. Judaism
    -Orthodox (Yeshivah, Hasidic/Haredim, Breslov, Chabad)
    -Conservative
    -Reform
    -Reconstructionist
    -Humanistic
    -Kabbalah (Mysticism)
    -Karaism (Lithuanian)
    -Shabbetaianism
    -Misc.: Abayudaya, Afghani, Amazigh, Ashkenazi, Bebe, Bukharian, Bulgarian, Cochin, Eritrean, Ethiopian, Igbo, Iranian, Iraqi, Japanese, Kaifeng, Libyan, Moroccan, Sephardi, Tunisian, Yemeni
  2. Christianity
    -Eastern Orthodox (Armenian, Coptic, Ethiopian, Eritrean, Greek, Oriental, Romanian, Russian, Serbian)
    -Catholicism (Ambrosian, Chaldean, Chinese, Coptic, Croatian, Ge’ez, Greek, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Maronite, Melkite, Syro-Malabar; Nueva Jerusalen “cult”)
    -Protestantism (Amish, Anglican, Christadelphian, Disciples of Christ, Episcopalian, Holy Ghost People, Hutterite, Lutheran, Mennonite, Moravian, Pentecostal)
    -Adamites
    -Bardaisanites
    -Brethren of the Free Spirit
    -Christadelphianism
    -Christopaganism
    -Christian Science
    -Ebionites
    -Jehovah’s Witnesses
    -Millerites
    -Mormonism (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
    -Nestorianism
    -Quakers (Religious Society of Friends)
  3. Islam
    -Sunni (Hanabali, Hanafi, Maliki, Shafai’i)
    -Shi’a (Alawites, Alevism, Ismaili, Twelver, Zaidi)
    -Ahmadi Muslims
    -Ibadi Muslims
    -Khajirite
    -Moorish Science Temple of America
    -Mourid
    -Quranist
    -Sufism (Mysticism- Bosnian, Chinese, Cuban, Japanese, Macedonian, Mexican)
    -Wahhabism 
  4. Druze
  5. Babism
  6. Baha’i
  7. Samaritanism
  8. Marian Religions: Collyridianism, Ebionism, Helvidianism, Nestorianism, Valentinianism

Dharmic/Indian Religions:

  1. Hinduism
    -Shaivism
    -Vaishnavism (ISKCON)
    -Shaktism
    -ISKCON (Hare Krishna)
    -Samkhya
    -Mimamsa
    -Misc.: Bali, Cham (Vietnam), South Africa, Thailand
  2. Buddhism
    -Mahayana (Huayan School, Nyingma School, Pure Land, Sakya School, Tibetan Buddhism, True Buddha School)
    -Theravada
    -Vajrayana (Tantra, Tibetan)
    -Zen/Chan (Chinese, Japanese)
    -Falun Dafa/Falun Gong “cult”
  3. Jainism
    -Digambara
    -Svetambara
  4. Sikhi (Sikhism)
    -Akhand Kirtani Jatha
    -Brahm Bunga Trust
    -Dam Dami Taksal
    -Gurdwara Tapoban Ontario
    -Happy Healthy Holy
    -International Institute of Gurmat Studies
    -Kes Dhari
    -Namdhari
    -Neeldhari Panth
    -Nihang Akali
    -Nirankari
    -Nirmala
    -Radha Soami
    -Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee
    -Sikh Dharma International
    -Sindhi
    -Udasi
  5. Mahima Dharma

African/African Diaspora Spiritual Traditions & People:

  1. Akan (West African- Ghana & Ivory Coast)
  2. Ancient Egyptian
  3. Atenism (Ancient Egyptian monotheism)
  4. Berber (Moroccan- Amazigh)
  5. Bori (Nigerian)
  6. Bororo (Cameroon)
  7. Candomble (Brazilian- diaspora)
  8. Galla (Ethiopian)
  9. Hoodoo
  10. Kemeticism (Egyptian revivalist)
  11. Moorish Science Temple of America
  12. Obeah (Caribbean- diaspora)
  13. Quimbanda (diaspora)
  14. Rastafarianism (Jamaican)
  15. Santeria (Cuban- diaspora)
  16. Suri (Ethiopian)
  17. Tuareg
  18. Umbanda (Brazilian- diaspora)
  19. Voodoo/Vodoun (Haitian, Benin)
  20. Yoruba (Nigerian)
  21. Misc.: Efe, Ibibi, Luba, Yaka, Zulu

Asian Religions & People:

  1. Bon Po (Indigenous Tibetan religion)
  2. Caodaism (Vietnamese)
  3. Chinese Popular(Folk) Religion
  4. Confucianism (Chinese, Korean)
  5. Dao Mau (Vietnamese)
  6. Hmong (China, Laos, Vietnam)
  7. Ifugao (Philippines)
  8. Juche (North Korean ideology/”cult”)
  9. Kejawen (Javanese)
  10. Muism (Korean)
  11. Onmyodo (Japanese)
  12. Phillipines: Indigenous
  13. Ryukyuan (Okinawan)
  14. Sanshin (Korean)
  15. Sarnaism (Indian)
  16. Shinto (Japanese)
    -Jinja
    -Konkokyo
  17. Shugendo (Japanese indigenous- syncretic)
  18. Tana Toraja (Indonesian)
  19. Taoism/Daoism
    -Wu Wei
  20. Tengriism
  21. Vedic Religion (ancient Indian)
  22. Vietnamese Folk Religion
  23. Wuism (Chinese)
  24. Yakut (Siberian)
  25. Yiguandao (Chinese)

Australian Cultures & People:

  1. Australian Aboriginal
  2. Yolngu

European Religions, Mythology, & People:

  1. Arthurian mythology
  2. Asatru (Nordic)
  3. Baltic mythology
  4. Celtic mythology (Irish, Scottish, Welsh)
  5. Church of the Last Testament (Russian cult)
  6. Damanhur “cult”
  7. Dievturiba (Latvian)
  8. Druidism (Neo-druidry)
  9. Etseg Din
  10. Finnish mythology
  11. Greek mythology
  12. Hellenism (ancient and revivalist Greek & Roman religions)
  13. Icelandic
  14. Kukeri (Bulgarian)
  15. Mari (Russian)
  16. Minoan (ancient Crete)
  17. Mithraism (ancient Roman cult)
  18. Norse mythology (Nordic)
  19. Religio romana (Roman religion/paganism)
  20. Rodnovery (Slavic: Russian, Ukrainian, Polish)
  21. Roman mythology
  22. Romani
  23. Romuva (Lithuanian)
  24. Sami (Indigenous: Scandinavia, Russia)
  25. Sicilian Folk Religion
  26. Stregheria (Italian witchcraft)

Mesoamerican Religions & People:

  1. Aztec
  2. Curanderismo
  3. Huichol
  4. Maya
  5. Mexican Folk Religion
    -Narco
    -Santa Muerte
  6. Nahuatl (Aztec, etc.)
  7. Zapotec

Middle Eastern Religions & People:

  1. Ashurism (ancient Sumerian)
  2. Babylonian mythology
  3. Canaanite mythology
  4. Collyridianism (pre-Islamic Arabia)
  5. Ebionism (heretical early Christian movement)
  6. Etseg Din (eastern Iranian folk)
  7. Kalash
  8. Mandaeism
  9. Manichaeism (ancient Gnostic Persian religion)
  10. Mesopotamian mythology
  11. Pre-Islamic polytheism (ancient Arabian paganism; Wathanism)
  12. Ugaritic (ancient Syria)
  13. Valentinianism (heretical Gnostic)
  14. Wathanism (ancient Arabian paganism)
  15. Yazdanism (Kurdish: Yarsanism)
    -Yezidi/Yazidi (people)
  16. Zoroastrianism (Persian & Parsi)

North American People & Cultures:

  1. Aleut
  2. Apache
  3. Cahuilla
  4. Cherokee
  5. Chumash
  6. Comanche
  7. Dakota
  8. Haida
  9. Hopi
  10. Inuit
  11. Iroquois
  12. Kiowa
  13. Lakota
  14. Maricopa
  15. Midewiwin
  16. Mohawk
  17. Native American Church
  18. Navajo
  19. Nez Perce
  20. Ojibwe
  21. Peyote
  22. Pueblo
  23. Seminole
  24. Sioux (Dakota, Lakota, Nakota)
  25. Ute
  26. Yup’ik (Alaskan)

South American Religions & People:

  1. Incan
  2. Kyikateje-gaviao (Brazilian)
  3. Mapuche (Chile & Argentina)
  4. Munduruku (Brazilian)
  5. Q’ero (Peru)
  6. Quyllurit’i (Peru)
  7. Santo Daime
  8. Yanomamo (Venezuela) 
  9. Misc.: Candomble, Santeria, Umbanda

Polynesian Religions & People:

  1. Hawaii’an
  2. Maori (New Zealand)
  3. Polynesian mythology (Maori)

Others:

  1. Agnosticism
  2. Astrology
  3. Atheism
  4. Christopaganism
  5. Dadaji
  6. Deanism/Filianism
  7. Discordianism
  8. Eckankar
  9. Elevationism/ International Church of Cannabis
  10. Folk Religion: China, Congo, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korean, Kyrgyzstan, Lakota, Laos, Mexico, Ossetia, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Seto, Sicily, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thaliand, Ukraine, Vietnam
  11. Freemasonry
  12. Gnosticism
  13. Humanism
  14. Luciferianism
  15. Magic
  16. Mysticism
  17. Omnism
  18. Paganism (Neo paganism)
  19. Philosophy
  20. Rosicrucianism
  21. Satanism
    -Demonolators
    -Devil Worship
    -Duotheism
    -Laveyan
    -Luciferianism
    -Theistic Satanism
  22. Shamanism
  23. Thelema
  24. UFO Religions: Aetherius Society, Church of the SubGenius, Heaven’s Gate, Nuwaubian, Raelism, Scientology
  25. Unitarian Universalism
  26. Wicca
  27. Witchcraft


If you see anything missing that you’d like added to the blog, please let me know! I’m constantly trying to find new content for this blog; this is my passion <3

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Okay but… immigrant Shance.

Shiro and Lance meeting in a big city far from their home countries (Japan and Cuba) and they decide to navigate this new environment together and along the way they fall in love.

-Imagine them picking restaurants and Shiro gets irritared because he doesn’t like Sushi and that’s most of all there is and Cuban restaurants aren’t actually abundant where there isn’t a large Caribbean community so they just say “fuck it” and go eat burgers instead. They end up finding this ma and pa burger joint they adore.

- Shiro is bilingual (japanese and english) but Lance is multilingual. It’s actually why they became friends in the first place. Shiro muttered to himself in Japanese after this guy pissed him off and he heard someone laughing and when he looked Lance was staring at him and responded in Shiro’s native tongue. It took Shiro by surprise but he was glad someone understood him. Lance thinks its cute when Shiro switches between or crosses the languages. Shiro rolls his eyes whenever Lance comments on his “japanglish” as he calls it.

“Get it, Kashi? I speak spanglish. You speak japanglish. Let’s get together and make jaspanglish.”

That earns him another eyeroll and a pillow to the face.

But Lance does do it. He’ll be talking on thw phone with his mom in spanish and commenting to Shiro in either Japanese or English until eventually he’s jumping between the three where it makes sense and where it doesn’t. It makes Shiro laugh but he enjoys the fact that he gets to kiss Lance so hard he forgets how to speak any of the languages under his belt which include english, spanish, japanese, gaelic, korean, norwegian, yoruba, russian, latin, greek and arabic. He doesn’t know how Lance did it and still does it. He’s still not sure what Lance’s job is that he has to know so many languages. There’s books on hindi and hebrew, Lance’s newest languages to learn, scattered around their house. Eventually he does find out Lance’s job. He’s a curator at a museum . Despite that you’d need to be not just dedicated and at least somewhat of a nerd to learn that many languages in the first place, Shiro is still surprised.

- They cook together and it’s hilarious. Sometimes they learn from eachother and other times is a battle. They disagree on how to make rice. The seasonings they cook with are completely different. So they throw something in when the other person isn’t looking. Sometimes they just look at eachother before even stepping foot in the kitchen and agree to just order a pizza so they can chill on the couch.

-shiro secretly started learning spanish and gaelic since those are Lance’s first two languages (he grew up in Cuba but his dad is half Scottish so his grandpa spoke gaelic to him). When Shiro finally surprises him ny speaking them to Lance his reaction is priceless and well worth the hard months of learning. It really gave Shiro perspective, too. It takes a lot to learn languages and Lance knows so many. It really made him respect it so much more.

- their wedding is a mish mash of different things from both sides but its them and it works.

-shiro’s mom loves Lance and will facetime just to say hi to Lance. Shiro sometimes gets miffed but he knows his mom is just being supportive in her own way.

ID #53605

Name: Dan
Age: 17
Country: Canada

I’m a down to earth type-a-gal. I have two dogs, two cats and a budgie. I’ve always had a fascination with the occult and UFO’s, mostly all I ever talk about honestly, aside from tv shows and sunsets. I love exploring, solving puzzles, into astrology, reading, taking photographs, play video games (Xbox 360), I’m currently obsessed with undiscovered indie artists. I’m bisexual, no one aside from my close friends and family know, I’m kinda proud I’m putting it out there anonymously to a lot of Tumblr users, It feels like a small yet huge accomplishment. I speak English, Spanish, some French and Portuguese. I’m currently learning Latin and Korean. I love to travel, I plan to see the world before I pass on. I collect plants, crystals, jean jackets and dad hats.

Preferences: I would honestly love to talk to people from ages 15-25, I don’t really mind. I’m very open minded and would love to meet energies alike

Index of Religions

After a couple of hours, the list of every religion/tradition on this blog has been edited and reorganized alphabetically and geographically (excluding Abrahamic & Dharmic religions). If you have any corrections or would like to see a tradition that is not listed here, please feel free to ask! (And if it’s a correction, please be polite.)

The official blog page can be found here!

Abrahamic Religions:

  • Judaism
    -Orthodox (Hasidic)
    -Conservative
    -Reformed
    -Reconstructionist
    -Kabbalah (Mysticism)
    -{Abayudaya, Afghani, Amazigh, Ashkenazi, Bukharian, Cochin, Eritrean, Ethiopian, Igbo, Iranian, Iraqi, Japanese, Kaifeng, Moroccan, Sephardi, Tunisian, Yemeni}

  • Christianity
    -Eastern Orthodox (Ethiopian, Eritrean, Russian, Romanian, Greek, Coptic, Oriental)
    -Catholicism (Ambrosian, Armenian, Chaldean, Chinese, Coptic, Ge'ez, Greek, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Maronite, Melkite, Syro-Malabar; Nueva Jerusalen “cult”)
    -Protestantism
    -Nestorianism
    -Jehovah’s Witnesses
    -Mormonism (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
    -Quakers (Religious Society of Friends)

  • Islam
    -Sunni {Hanabali, Hanafi, Maliki, Shafai'i}
    -Shi'a {Alawites, Alevism, Ismaili, Twelver, Zaidi Muslims}
    -Ibadi Muslims
    -Ahmadi Muslims
    -{Sufism; Chinese, Mexican}

  • Druze
  • Babism
  • Baha'i
  • Samaritanism

Dharmic/Indian Religions:

  • Hinduism
    -Shaivism
    -Vaishnavism
    -Shaktism
    -ISCKON (Hare Krishna)

  • Buddhism
    -Mahayana
    -Theravada
    -Vajrayana (Tibetan Buddhism)
    -Zen (Chinese, Japanese)

  • Jainism
    -Digambara
    -Svetambara

  • Sikhism

African/African diaspora traditions (Spirit Religions):

  • Ancient Egyptian
  • Atenism (Ancient Egyptian monotheism)
  • Candomble (Brazilian- diaspora)
  • Hoodoo
  • Kemeticism (Egyptian revivalist)
  • Rastafarianism (Jamaican)
  • Santeria (Cuban- diaspora)
  • Umbanda (Brazilian- diaspora)
  • Voodoo(Vodoun) (Haitian, Benin)
  • Yoruba (Nigerian)
  • {Ibibi, Luba, Zulu}

Asian Religions:

  • Bon Po (Indigenous Tibetan religion)
  • Caodaism (Vietnamese)
  • Chinese Popular (Folk) Religion
  • Confucianism (Chinese)
  • Phillipines: Indigenous  
  • Sanshin (Korean)
  • Sarnaism (Indian)
  • Shinto (Japanese)
  • Taoism (Wu Wei)
  • Tengriism
  • Vedic Religion (ancient Indian)
  • Vietnamese Folk Religion
  • Wuism (Chinese)
  • Yiguandao (Chinese)

Australian (People):

  • Aborigine Australians

European Religions, Mythology, & People:

  • Arthurian mythology
  • Asatru (Nordic)
  • Baltic mythology
  • Celtic mythology (Irish, Scottish, Welsh)
  • Church of the Last Testament (Russian cult)
  • Druidism (Neo-druidry)
  • Finnish mythology
  • Hellenism (Ancient & revivalist Greek & Roman religions)
  • Icelandic mythology
  • Mari (Russian indigenous)
  • Minoan (ancient Crete)
  • Mithraism (ancient Roman cult)
  • Norse mythology (Nordic)
  • Rodnovery (Slavic: Russian, Ukrainian, Polish)
  • Roman mythology
  • Romani

North American (People & Cultures):

  • Aleut
  • Apache
  • Cherokee
  • Comanche
  • Hopi
  • Inuit
  • Iroquois
  • Kiowa
  • Lakota
  • Mohawk
  • Native American Church
  • Navajo
  • Ojibwe
  • Peyote
  • Pueblo
  • Seminole
  • Sioux
  • Ute

South/Latin American Religions:

  • Aztec mythology
  • Incan mythology
  • Mayan mythology
  • Santo Daime

Middle Eastern Religions & People:

  • Ashurism (ancient Sumerian)
  • Babylonian mythology
  • Canaanite mythology
  • Kalash
  • Mandaeism
  • Manichaeism (ancient Gnostic Persian religion)
  • Ugaritic (ancient Syria)
  • Yazdanism (Kurdish: Yarsanism)
  • Yezidi/Yazidi (religion/culture)
  • Zoroastrianism (Persian & Parsi [India])

Polynesian Religions & People:

  • Hawaii'an
  • New Zealand
  • Phillipines
  • Polynesian mythology

Others:

  • Atheism
  • Gnosticism
  • Humanism
  • Luciferianism
  • Paganism (Neo paganism)
  • Satanism
  • Shamanism
  • Unitarian Universalist
  • Wicca
ID #91407

Name: Molly
Age: 15
Country: USA

hi! i’m molly and i’m 15, turning 16 in december. i’m a junior in high school and i’m interested in a pen pal because i want to meet people around the world! i live in connecticut close to NYC an
my interests are:
-ancient rome (i take latin in school!)
-musicals (my favorite is book of mormon)
-languages (i speak english and french and i’m learning korean)
-politics (but we don’t have to discuss it if you’re not into that)
-history but selectively
-pride and prejudice
-drawing
-my favorite tv show is parks and rec and i also like the office and various shows on food network
-one day i want to either work at the united nations or be in the house of representatives

Preferences: age range: 15-17
i’d like to communicate online through skype or email

It shitty that people have preconceived ideas about what certain ethnicities look like. People rarely know that I’m Latino because I’m mixed. Though it’s usually more comfortable for me to be around Latinx people and culture, I’m usually just labeled as Asian. Mixed probs, I guess.

intro: girl meets languages

hello there!

i’ve just made this langblr so i can keep track of my progress in my languages studies~!

so, i’m delphine, i’m 16, and i speak english and mandarin fluently. my target languages are french, latin and korean, and aside from languages, i love exo and listen to blackpink, akmu, some bts, rv, snsd…

i’ll be posting vocab lists i guess, and grammar checkpoints, mostly so i can remember those tricky rules… and maybe and hopefully, they’ll help you too? i’d love to get to know you guys, and if there are any willing native french speakers out there, please practise with me — send me a message anytime!

here are some langblrs/studyblrs i think are absolutely gorgeous and inspire me: @littlestudyblrblog@miharusblog, @studylustre, @latinandlattes, @latinlangblr, @frenchaise, @kuroristudies

if you post things to do with french, latin or korean, please reblog and i’ll definitely follow you ♡

thanks and have a good day!

anonymous asked:

Maria do you know of any studiblrs that have an interest or are studying in sign language or languages in general? Please and thank you!!!!😊😊

Sorry I literally couldn’t find anything else on sign language..

Languages in general:

  • @trying-for-100times - English, French, Spanish and Latin
  • @ppeachj - Silvia, currently studying korean and russian 
  • @polyglotwhore - many languages, search in the tag!
  • @colonelstudy - French (fluent), English (fluent), Mandarin (beginner), Swedish (novice)
  • @chloestudiessometimes - English (native), learning Japanese and Korean
  • @the-notegarden - actively learning Japanese, and trying to maintain my level in Swedish
  • @ib-stvdies - studies French, Finnish, and Dutch, Romanian, Welsh, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Japanese and Latin independently
  • @sapiophilic - studying Spanish, Catalan and English speaker, learning German, French, Norwegian and Japanese
  • @notglot - learning German and French
  • @learnjp -  Sarah, 3rd year of university studying Asian Studies and majoring in Japanese
  • @study-san - language student
  • @morgai-study - Katya, learns russian and korean
  • @miharusblog - studies korean
  • @mysmall-langblr - learning  Swedish, English, Finnish, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Latin, Korean and Japanese
  • @emyrthenerd - Emyr, fluent in English and Welsh, studying Danish and French

I’m sure there are plenty plenty more! Please language students tag yourselves so I can add you!

Reading Naver Webtoons

I love reading webtoons and I wanna share some interesting webtoons which I have read since my beginners day

Beginner (High) ~ Lower intermediate

Penguin loves Mev

오빠 왔다 ♥

낢이사는이야기 ♥

웅이는 배고파

Intermediate ~ Higher intermediate

2015 사이 ♥

윈터우즈 2017

사이다 부탁해 ♥

패미리 사이즈

대학일기 ♥

내 ID는 강남미인! ♥

외모지상주의 ♥

노블레스

하이브 ♥

공복의 저녁식사

Advanced

마음의소리

Read: Learn Korean through Youtube  

Updated: 10 Aug 2017

ID #96451

Name: Junie
Age: 17
Country: USA

Hello ! my name is Junie and im 17 years old. I love tv shows, music and the arts ! I’m currently learning korean, old latin and going to start up japanese soon ! Im not very picky about penpals I just hope youre kind and enjoy talking to me ?? haha

Preferences: we can talk online or snail mail i think both have their benefits ! snail mail sounds really cool though honestly (id love to try it out) my only requirement is that you not be over the age of 25 and that we have similar interests (specifically if youre learning and or speak any of the languages specified) !!

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Chayote is NOT originally from Korea. In fact, I’ve never seen it when I used to live there. But it is a common vegetable in latin America and you can find them in most ethnic/ asian markets in United States. It kind of looks like a deformed melon/apple/pear that I never thought of eating it until my mom’s friend gave us a jar of chayote pickle that she had made. Next thing we knew, we were pickling a whole box of this stuff because it was the best pickle ever!! 

The recipe can vary depending on how spicy you want it to be. If you don’t like spicy food, you can eliminate Jalapeno pepper and just put more chayote or onions in. Experiment and find the right ratio that you like the best, but the soy sauce and vinegar should stay the same to make it a pickle.