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Eating in Korea

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ID: 1973 Elementary
If you went to Korea, you probably had some Korean food. And if you had Korean food, you probably had kimchee. Discuss these issues and more in this spicy-delish lesson about a Chinese take on food in Korea.
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听说 tīngshuō to have heard
韩国 Hánguó Korea
首尔 Shǒuěr Seoul
料理 liàolǐ cuisine
tīngshuō nǐ qù Hánguó le ?
I hear you went to Korea?
ng ,Shǒuěr 。
Yeah. Seoul.
Hánguó liàolǐ zěnmeyàng ?
How was the food?
kǎo niúpái ,hǎixiān ,dōu hěn hǎochī ,hěn zhèngzōng 。
The grilled beef and seafood were both really tasty and very authentic.
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