Talking to Koreans in English in this video! Let's see how good their English is and see how Koreans react when a foreigner approaches in the street asks for help in English. This is my collab with Jaykeeout! Talking to Koreans in Russian - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkaReSwOK7Q&feature=youtu.be
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This is the very useful video that I have been seen recently, we Know Korean people also are hard-working, intelligent and respected. As we see people in the video, we are right our guess.
I am following up Linguamairana as well as I can, and I think she has a very smiling face and she is energetic, helpfull, hardworking, lively. Thanks for struggle.
my mom and I went to Korea and I wanna say that although they struggle to speak english (most of them), they could understand you well enough to help you. They are really nice people and so far I wanna go again in Korea.
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