Category Archives: English

LEXIS KOREA STUDY TOUR – School of languages from Australia

  Since the first day of 2017, we welcomed students from School of Languages, our agent in Australia. Their schedule is broken down into morning session and afternoon session respectively. In the mornings, from 9am onwards, the students attend Korean … Continue reading

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Lexis Korea | No School on 2016.08.15

Next Monday, our Lexis Korea will be closed because of public holiday (National Liberation Day).  We notify and post this news on our blog to prevent  coming to school on Monday for our students and New Students !!   On the 15th … Continue reading

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Korean Slang: 땡땡이/농땡이

땡땡이 as cute as it sounds as a slang expression, is a term used to refer to the action of skipping school or work to play and muck around instead. For example, Student A has a class to attend but he … Continue reading

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Korean Slang: 얼짱

If someday, someone uses the slang 얼짱 on you, be sure to give them a sweet smile and thank them, for this term is often used to describe a ‘beautiful face’ which applies to both men and women. 얼 is derived … Continue reading

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Korean Idioms: 닭살 커플

닭 (dag) as you may know means chicken, and 살 (sal) translates to flesh. 닭 + 살 = chicken flesh, but no, please do not order “닭살” at the restaurant and here’s why: 닭살 actually means goosebump. On the other … Continue reading

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Korean Slang: 백수,백조

This week we’re sharing a slang expression. Just a heads up though, be sure to be careful with the use of these slang expressions with those around you as these expressions can sometimes be deemed as inappropriate as they are usually formed in what we … Continue reading

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