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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

not understanding my own talk

I've always thought that the level of my speaking of Korean is higher than my understanding of it. Recently I got a sort of confirmation for this, as I couldn't understand clearly what I was saying in a video snippet that my wife filmed of our visit to a restaurant kept by our acquaintances in Icheon, Gyeonggi-do. Ok, the video was a bit noisy as a local customer had become so inspired by a far-away visitor with whom she could communicate so as to sing him a song.
Icheon, Dec 22, 2006

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