안녕하세요! Wonder why I use that so often? I want to get really, really fast at typing it ^_^ Anyways, I just wanted to mention something Twitter-related. I follow an account that posts a quote every single day – and the quote is given in both English and Korean. You can follow here. It’s really wonderful to read an interesting quote, often one that I’ve never heard before, and then read the proper translation into Korean, too!
Always read stuff that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.
읽다가 죽더라도 멋져 보일만한 책을 항상 읽으라.
– P. J. O’Rourke –
I made the following image from a quote that was tweeted a couple days ago. The William Shakespeare quote “To thine own self be true” has always been my personal motto. I created this to help me learn the Korean translation.
Can’t read it? Go check out my post on how to read Korean.
3 thoughts on “A Quote A Day in English & Korean”
When I initially commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now
each time a comment is added I get three emails with the same comment.
Is there any way you can remove people from that service?
Sorry about that! I can’t see which post you clicked that on but if you tell me, I can try to delete the comments and follows on that post; maybe that will help? My account is telling me that you didn’t specifically follow comments on THIS post (A Quote A Day in English and Korean). Again, sorry that it’s malfunctioning like that and thanks for letting me know!
i love korean quotes!!
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