My Linguistics is a language blog authored by a 26-year old Filipino expat living in California who is deeply fascinated with anything Korean. Her love of the language sprung from her addiction to K-movies, K-dramas, and K-pop.
After learning 한글 (Hangeul, the Korean script), from her equally Korean enthusiast sister, she eagerly trained herself to skillfully write the lovely scripts of Hangeul. Having no resources to learn the language from, she tried to search the web for free learning materials. That’s when she found KC101.com, her first teacher. Her monetary insecurities led her to further expand her list of free resources ranging from podcasts to pdf’s, Korean college sites to home-made videos, etc. After finding something to acquire funds from, she now owns over a dozen of Korean learning books, most of which are unfortunately either slightly read or totally neglected.
My Linguistics now also houses the author’s desires and thoughts on learning other languages of her interest besides Korean and also analyses of her mother tongue, Filipino. In several occasions, she would also tend to rant and fangirl on stuff related to (and some of the time) unrelated to Korean.
Note: The author/s of this blog have made every effort to ensure that the information placed within this blog are accurate. However, if by any means you find errors and/or inaccuracies, please let them know. Thank you!
My adventures in the discovery of the languages of different countries.
Ang aking paglalakbay sa pagtuklas ng wika ng iba’t ibang lahi.