환영합니다!

Korean Comics is an experimental webcomic I made to practice writing Korean. You may view all 24 episodes in either their original Korean form, or with english subtitles and annotations.

Select ENGLISH or 한국어 here or above to view the comic in your preferred language.

If you are currently learning one of the two languages, you may use the VOCABULARY (어휘) section to view some translations of the words used in each episode.

I hope you will find this comic both entertaining and educational!

Thank yous:

- Wanny for his support, corrections and encouragement to go along with the project.
- Sora for her corrections and suggestions.
- Angela for convincing me that the project was worthwhile, even if Korean-Canadians would thing I'm lame.
- All the fans that followed the issues week-by-week, I wouldn't have concluded the story without you.

감사합니다!

- 에릭

댓글 6개:

  1. 아아아! 너무 좋아요! 저는 영국에서 한국어 공부해요. 그래서 저한테 이걸 정말 재미있어요. 감사합니다 에릭씨!

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  2. Love the comics, very fun to read <3

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  3. Great comic! I liked the reference to Québec (which where I live) but there is just one thing that is not quite right. The person said "Connard" which not an expression we use. We will most likely use it to imitate Parisians. We use to use our slang, it would sound more like "maudit épais!" (that is a nice way to say it, we would most likely use a swear word instead of "maudit")

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  4. I love the comic, just discovered on the day I finally learned the informal 야 conjugation you use a lot!
    Just a few points about the vocabulary list:
    호프 - Not Hop but Hof, which is obviously not Konglish but German and probably alludes to the world famous Munich beer pub Hofbräuhaus.
    뽀뽀 - more a peck than a Kiss (키스)
    자 먹겠습니다 - should be 잘 먹겠습니다
    파이팅 - Comes from Fighting, but is an encouragement

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