Learning Korean (Hangul)

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Being born and raised in Wales, different languages have always been present in my day to day life. That sounds a lot more exotic than it actually is; everyone in Wales is required to study Welsh until he/she finishes school, so basically I always had that in addition to the standard French and German lessons at school most people have. And then,  not to mention the millions of pounds the government spend on road signs in both Welsh and English that can be seen throughout the country (the second most common thing in Wales, with sheep being the first).

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However, It wasn’t until I moved to Thailand were I started to really enjoy learning a language, that I thought about seriously trying to becoming fluent in one. I could understand these weird tonal noises (Thai), how incredible is that? I thought. However, all that said, I still am not fluent…

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