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Hi this is kpopfangirl.

I am from the US.

For a couple years I have been wanting to learn the korean language. I want to learn because to become smarter, to make friends from the country, because I've always been interested in Asian cultures,  also because I love kpop music. When I'm older I want to visit the country if its possible.

Here's facts about me: 

I enjoy writing stories and poems, drawing, reading books and manga, loom knitting, watching anime. 

Hope we can be friends! 

I will probably be asking a lot of questions on this forum. :') 

 

 

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On 8/5/2019 at 6:35 AM, kpopfangirlstudies said:

Hi this is kpopfangirl.

I am from the US.

For a couple years I have been wanting to learn the korean language. I want to learn because to become smarter, to make friends from the country, because I've always been interested in Asian cultures,  also because I love kpop music. When I'm older I want to visit the country if its possible.

Here's facts about me: 

I enjoy writing stories and poems, drawing, reading books and manga, loom knitting, watching anime. 

Hope we can be friends! 

I will probably be asking a lot of questions on this forum. :') 

 

 

Hey kpopfangirl

So great to have you here on linguaholic.com. Warm welcome!

Ask whatever you want here in the forum. I don't know that much about Korean, but in case you also have some questions about Chinese, please let me know:=)

Hope you have a great here. 

Best,

Lingua

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On 8/5/2019 at 9:57 PM, linguaholic said:

Hey kpopfangirl

So great to have you here on linguaholic.com. Warm welcome!

Ask whatever you want here in the forum. I don't know that much about Korean, but in case you also have some questions about Chinese, please let me know:=)

Hope you have a great here. 

Best,

Lingua

Hi thank you so much for welcoming me. :D

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4 hours ago, kpopfangirlstudies said:

Hi thank you so much for welcoming me. :D

Of course. I am always excited to see new people on my forum. Especially people who have a passion for studying languages....and that is mostly the case with people who register on my forum. hehe :))

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