Work for the Fall

Key To Korean needs an upgrade.  After being “away” from the site for a while, here are the first major things I noticed when coming back to it: Design: complicated, cramped, too much information/stuff Colors: not bad, but could use tweaking and optimization Fonts: old and small Images: not consistent Page organization: haphazard, unorganized Plugins: […]


120 Days to TOPIK #25 – TOPIK Writing Punctuation Marks

Information TOPIK Writing (or, Korean writing in general), pretty much follows the same punctuation conventions as English. Periods mark the end of sentences or abbreviations and separate dates Commas create lists, separate phrases, and mark speech Question marks finish questions Exclamation marks express animated remarks (surprise, shouts, rebukes, etc) Quotation marks express speech and animal […]