5 Christmas Gift Ideas for Korean Lovers
A tasty street snack known as Dalgona went viral during the Netflix sensation: Squid Game. This set is the perfect combo for anyone who likes Korean cuisine as well as Korean dramas. Dalgoona in Korean (달구나) actually means ‘oh that’s sweet!’, so this snack is exactly how it sounds! Simply heat up sugar and mix baking soda cubes, then cut out your favorite shape just like the show!
It’s no stretch to say that you haven’t tried Korean food until you’ve tried instant Korean ramen. Besides, its a great way to keep warm during the cold winter–imagine a spicy ramen while it’s snowing outside. Sounds like heaven to me.
And it’s usually made in a specific gold pot,
Yum! This is must have for Korean ramen lovers. Or just college students.
Italki is a community driven tutor site for languages. Having personally used it, I highly recommend using it for any language learning goals! But they also offer gift cards. This is the perfect gift to someone you know who might be learning Korean.
Even as low as $20 can go a long way when it comes to learning languages. No need to spend big $$ on courses or classes now with amazing, community tutors.
Don’t be fooled by the title of this book: 9-Year-Old’s Dictionaries Bundle
This cute book actually contains a lot of dense information packaged in a cute way. Korean emotions and feelings are truly unique to the language and can be hard to translate, so the team at Talk to Me in Korean made a great resource for learning these complex ideas. Definitely highly recommended for any Korean learner new or experienced.
Basically Scrabble for Korean. This is a fast paced Korean alphabet game for learners and native speakers alike.