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April 13, 2009 / owbEe

Learning Korean thru Art

As I was looking through my art materials and thinking for another concept for the contest I joined recently, I noticed something with the poster colors. It has Korean colors written on its labels. I got excited and started reading the Korean texts on the cover.

I’m sure I have seen those texts before. But because I don’t know how to read 한글 way back, I just didn’t seem to notice.

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  1. JL / Apr 13 2009 2:57 pm

    Yeah the same thing happened to me. I always like reading the instructions on products which box labels have Korean. There’s always something to learn even from them! ^^

    • owbEe / Apr 13 2009 4:49 pm

      I totally agree. *Though most of the time I don’t actually understand what I’m reading* Lol.

  2. 케씔 / Jun 16 2012 9:15 am

    That’s cool! When I started learning Korean, I also tried to decipher whatever 한글 I see in random labelsbrands. I think it helps in recognizing the 한글 better, and practice some pronunciation. 😀

    • owbEe / Jun 16 2012 6:20 pm

      Yep, yep. That’s so true. Though I still laugh at myself when I read labels and realize that it’s actually Koreanized English and at the same time the English term was actually written just below the Korean one. 😆

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