My Weird Korean Language Textbook

July 29, 2009

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3 Responses to “My Weird Korean Language Textbook”

  1. Kate said

    so now you know how to say something along the lines of “i would be happy if i had an expensive and delicious baby”

  2. Alex said

    This is fantastic when compared to America’s foreign language textbooks. At least the scenarios that are presented in those pictures are as obscure enough to transcend culture and language. Heck…I can remember the time I was dressed as a Native American, eating traditional South Korean cuisine, and daydreaming about a sweating bear in a hot-tub…and Michael’s Friday…perfectly composed.

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