KCOA Older Group


안녕 (An-nyung), 안녕하세요 (An-nyung-ha-se-yo) KCOA!!

Happy Super Bowl Sunday!

Despite the Super Bowl, KCOA shall continue! :)

Until we meet next time for our next lesson, print out the worksheets I posted below to practice and learn fun Korean!

Some of them will be review stuffs, but it's always good to have a chance to review and you can master them!
I'll test you all next class so make sure you know them (not to scare you but it's for YOU :))!

Also if you want to challenge yourselves with Korean, try covering the Korean pronunciation I had put down on the worksheet and read the Korean characters by themselves using the Korean Romanization Chart on Pronunciation that's under the "Resources" tab!
It'll be fun like piecing the puzzles together! :)

The three worksheets above are on the family members in Korean! Practice them by writing them and saying them with your family!
Try saying hi to your family members in Korean!

For example, if you are a boy and you are saying hi to your older brother, you would say:
안녕, 형! (An-nyung, hyung!)

One more thing to note, so in Korean, depending on your gender (boy/girl) the way you call your older siblings become different. As noted in the second worksheet above.

For girls:
When younger girl calls older girl: 언니 (un-ni)
When younger girl calls older boy: 오빠 (oh-ppa/oh-bba)

For boys:
When younger boy calls older girl: 누나 (nuh-nah/noo-na)
When younger boy calls older boy:  (hyung)

For girls and boys:
When older girl or older boy calls younger girl or boy (usually younger sibling): 동생 (dong-saeng)

 These worksheets above will look familiar to a lot of you (hopefully). Have fun practicing the dialogue with your 할아버지 (hal-ah-buh-ji), 할머니 (hal-muh-ni), 엄마 (uhm-ma), 아빠 (ah-bba), 언니 (un-ni), 오빠 (oh-ppa), 누나 (nuh-nah), 형 (hyung), 동생 (dong-saeng), or 친구 (chin-gu)!!

Also the below links are to the Pororo video we watched last time if you want to watch them again and practice Korean that comes out in it. Focus on the last part where the friends introduce them to each other!
(Korean Version): http://youtu.be/QQyYCAvkOXY
(English Version): http://youtu.be/XjdzqwbbYS8

Also, if you all have anything you want to learn in Korean just let us know anytime perhaps by leaving a comment below! 

Have fun learning and practicing Korean!

Thank you everyone and Happy Super Bowl Sunday! :)

- Sarah Lee


An-nyung(안녕), An-nyung-ha-se-yo(안녕하세요)!

Sorry for the late update, but here's the lesson we did last time with the KCOA Older Group! :)

Last class, we learned the song "Head and Shoulder Knees and Toes"♪ in Korean.
The song is called 머리 어깨 무릎 발♪ ("Mu-ri Uh-ggae Mu-reub Bal") in Korean and directly translated, it would be "Head Shoulder Knees Foot" in English.

We will perform this next time we meet at our annual Holiday Potluck Celebration so make sure you practice!!! We'll do awesome like last time when we performed 선녀와 나무꾼 (The Fairy and the Woodcutter) play!!

Below is the lyric to the song, so use it to practice with your parents! Don't forget the dance too! :)

Here's the link to the song online! So if you forgot how to sing it in Korean listen and use this video to practice -> 머리 어깨 무릎 발 (Head and Shoulder Knees and Toes) 
(It's a blog in Korean so don't get scared by all the Korean characters - look for the video in the page!)
Notice the tune of the song is same with the "Head and Shoulder Knees and Toes" in English version, so it should be easy! :)

We also learned the facial parts in Korean last class!

To recap:
얼굴 ("Ul-Gool") - Face
눈 ("Noon") - Eyes
코 ("Ko") - Nose
입 ("Ip") - Mouth
귀 ("Gui") - Ears

The following worksheets are from the last class. You can print them out and try them again to practice saying and writing 눈, 코, 입, 귀!! :)

↑ Practice saying and draw 눈, 코, 입, 귀 on the girl's face and connect them with the words! :)

Enjoy practicing Korean and make sure you practice for the 머리 어깨 무릎 발♪ performance!

Our performance is going to be:
1. Saying 안녕 "An-nyung" 안녕하세요 "An-nyung-ha-se-yo" to the audience
2. Performing (Singing/dancing) 머리 어깨 무릎 발♪ "Mu-ri Uh-ggae Mu-reub Bal" 

Practice rehearsing the performance with your parents!!!


Happy Thanksgiving!!! 즐거운 추수감사절 보내세요! :D

- Sarah

Hi everyone! :) or An-nyung! (안녕!)
Awesome job with everything today!!
I'm posting the script for "The Fairy and the Woodcutter" (선녀와 나무꾼) so if you have time, print it out and practice your parts for the play we will perform next time we meet!
Parents - please help the kids practice their parts! Thank you! :)
The link to the story online is here: 

Find your parts below (in case you forgot!):

ACT 1:
Mother - Tommy
Woodcutter - Michael
Deer - Jack
Hunter - Noah

ACT 2:
Woodcutter - Michael
Deer - Jack
Fairy 1 - Thomas
Fairy 2 - Jackie (KCOA volunteer)
Fairy 3 - Celine (KCOA volunteer)

Woodcutter - Michael
Fairy 1 - Thomas
Deer - Tommy

Woodcutter - Patrick
Fairy 1 - Thomas

ACT 5:
Woodcutter - Patrick
Mother - Tommy
Winged Horse - Jack
ACT 6:
Woodcutter - Patrick
Mother - Tommy
* Also if you have any props for the play you can bring (i.e. cape or mask, etc.) - that would be awesome! (I'll try to find and bring some!)
Below is the worksheet that we did today on greetings (An-nyung/An-nyung-ha-se-yo)! You can print out and practice more at home with your parents! Have fun!

Thank you everyone!!! :)
- Sarah

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