FT Island’s Korean Lessons

Month One’s Theme: Expressions you can use at a concert

Lesson 1 – “Is there a seat?”
Lesson 2 – “I like FT Island.”
Lesson 3 – “The concert was fun.”
Lesson 4 – Review

Month Two’s Theme: The expressions you often use when meeting friends

Lesson 5 – “I came from [Japan].”
Lesson 6 – “Do you want to go to a restaurant?”
Lesson 7 – “Please tell me your phone number.”
Lesson 8 – Review

Month Three’s Theme: Expressions you can use at a hotel

Lesson 9 – “Make it a non-smoking room”
Lesson 10 – “The lights don’t turn on”
Lesson 11 – “Please bring me a transformer.”
Lesson 12 – Review

Month Four’s Theme: Expressions you can use while shopping

Lesson 13 – “I want to buy makeup.”
Lesson 14 – “Do you have a different size?”
Lesson 15 – “The total please.”
Lesson 16 – Review

Month Five’s Theme: Expressions related to the public transportation system

Lesson 17 – “Where do I ride the subway?”
Lesson 18 – “I want to go to a duty free shop.”
Lesson 19 – “Please drop me off here.”
Lesson 20 – Review

Month Six’s Theme: Dining expressions

Lesson 21 – “I like the window seat.”
Lesson 22 – “What is the most popular dish?”
Lesson 23 – “Please give me more water.”
Lesson 24 – Review

Month Seven’s Theme: FT Island review, personal stories & introduce new words

Lesson 25 – “Is there a seat?”
Lesson 26 – “I want to go to a duty free shop.”
Lesson 27 – “Please drop me off here.”
Lesson 28 – “Do you want to go to a restaurant?”
Lesson 29 – “I like the window seat.”

Month Eight’s Theme: Expressions that are useful to learn more about your friend

Lesson 30 – “What should we do today?”
Lesson 31 – “Let’s go for a drink.”
Lesson 32 – “What’s fun lately?”
Lesson 33 – Review

Month Nine’s Theme: Expressions that help you speak easier with elders

Lesson 34 – “Which one do you like?” “Is now okay?” “Is spicy food okay?” and “Is everyone okay?”
Lesson 35 – “How are you lately?” and “How is your health?”
Lesson 36 – “May I help you?” “May I show you?” “May I escort you?” and “May I teach you?”
Lesson 37 – Review

Month Ten’s Theme: How to better express yourself

Lesson 38 – “I told you” (to emphasize what you said in the past)
Lesson 39 – “This is all I have.”
Lesson 40 – “I’m so freaking busy.”
Lesson 41 – “Review: How to better express yourself”

Month Eleven’s Theme: Useful expressions to share your thoughts or make suggestions

Lesson 42 – “You should practice”
Lesson 43 – “I said I checked it out.”
Lesson 44 – “Korea is all about K-pop.”
Lesson 45 – Review

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  3. Here’s a dilemma: Where should I put recent links for FT Island? Since this series have been over for a while now, I’m not sure anyone will find it here. On the other hand, if I tag it onto the last Roommate or EXO post, it seems out of place. So, here’s FT Island’s Hongki and Jonghoon on Hello Counselor this week – it was a lot of fun!

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