Introducting my Youtube channel Hangul Love
So remember that surprise I was alluding to? This is it!
I have had this channel “officially” for a few weeks now, but I haven’t been able to do much with it because I didn’t have a good microphone. I’d ordered one Gmarket and got slapped with it “delayed shipping” message that really set me back a bit. However, I now have my microphone so I uploaded my first video. You can view it here. If you like it, please subscribe!
Are you surprised?
Actually, I’ve always wanted to own a website and have my own Youtube channel, so this is all really exciting for me. I’ve spent so much time searching around the internet for Korean-related sites and videos and after not finding exactly what I was looking for I decided to make some of my own. The first series is called Bit of Korean. I decided to create this series for native English speaking teachers (or any person) living in Korea. It will include very useful Korean expressions that I’ve learned while living in Korea. They have helped make my life in Korea go just a little bit more smoothly. I will be uploading the first video for that soon (it’s converting as I type).
The surprises don’t end there.
Within the next week or so, I will be starting another series. You’ll just have to wait to see what that is about, but trust me, you won’t be disappoint (at least I hope not, lol).
I’m going to run now. My dog is begging me to take her on a walk. I should be uploading my first Bit of Korean video within 1.5 hours of making this post. Stay tuned.
Update: Ick! It took me longer than I anticipated to get everything set up. But it’s finally set up. Like my Korean notebooks, all of my blogging will be kept separately as well. The Bit of Korean series can be found here and you can see the very first video for it here on YouTube. I really appreciate the few people who follow me. Thanks again!