Listening Practice In Slow Korean – Kimbap: Picnic Food (소풍 가면 먹는 음식: 김밥) [한국어 초급 듣기]
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Listening Practice In Slow Korean – Kimbap: Picnic Food (소풍 가면 먹는 음식: 김밥) [한국어 초급 듣기]


مرحبا أنا تشوي كيونغ-أون اليوم سأتكلم بصورة أبطىء من المعتاد عندما تخرجون بنزهة أو خارجا ، أي نوع من الطعام تأكلون ؟ في كوريا عندما يذهب الناس في نزهة أو خارجا يتناولون دائما هذا النوع من الطعام انه ال”كيمباب” ( رز ملفوف بالطحالب المجففة البحرية ) أنا حقا أحب الكيمباب عندما كنت صغيرة و طالبة في المدرسة الاعدادية أمي كانت تصنع لي الكيمباب دائما عندما كنت أذهب في رحلة مدرسية تكون متحمسا دائما في يوم النزهة المدرسية كما تعلمون لذا عندما أستيقظ مبكرا في صباح يوم النزهة دائما أجد أمي مستيقظة في وقت أبكر في سبيل تحضير الكيمباب لي لذا عندما تنتهي من تحضيره و تضعه لي في صندوق الغذاء بصورة لطيفة و جميلة أتذكر حزمه و الذهاب الى النزهة لهذا كنت أشعر بالفضول منذ متى بدأ الكوريون بتحضير الكيمباب في المنزل و أخذه معهم عند الذهاب في نزهة ؟ شعرت بالفضول لذا بحثت عن هذا الموضوع على الانترنت لكنني لم أستطع ايجاد أي معلومات محددة عنه و لكن وجدت أنهم كانوا يصنعون الكيمباب بشكله الحالي منذ 1950 و لكن في الماضي لم يستخدموا فيه الانواع المتعددة من الخضار كما الآن يقال بأنه كانوا يستخدمون فقط الرز و الطحالب البحرية المجففة و بعدها قاموا بأستخدام نوع واحد أو نوعين فقط من الخضار و لكن بقدوم عام 1970، الامهات في كوريا و لمصلحة اولادهم آملين بأنهم سيأكلون خضروات مختلفة و اطعمة متنوعة يقال بأنهن بدأن باضافة الاطعمة المختلفة له ، مثل الخضروات المتنوعة ، البيض و حتى اللحم و الكيمتشي عندما كنت صغيرة ، كنت طفلة صعبة الارضاء نوعا ما لم أكل الكثير…لم أكن أكل السبانخ و لم أكن أكل الجزر و لكن كنت اقوم بأكل السبانخ و الجزر عندما توضع لي في داخل الكيمباب لذا أمي كانت دائما تقول لي عندما تصنع الكيمباب ” الكيمباب يحتوي بصورة متساوية على أنواع متنوعة من الخضار و يحتوي كذلك على اللحم فيه ، لذا أنه جيد لصحتك ” ” لذا أمضغيه جيدا و أكلي الكثير منه ” ، هذا ما كانت تقوله و أمي…هل تعرفون لحم السلطعون الذي يستخدم في الكيمباب ؟ بأستخدام لحم السلطعون كانت تصنع أشكال زهور جميلة أو أشكال قلوب و تضعه فوق الكيمباب تم بذل الكثير من المجهود ، أليس كذلك ؟ لذا كنت عندما أذهب في نزهة طوال الوقت ” الكيمباب الذي صنعته والدتي ألذ. كلا الكيمباب الذي صنعته والدتي أفضل بكثير ” هذا ما كنت أقوله عندما أتشاجر مع أصدقائي هل تشعرون بالحنين الى أكلة كانت تعدها لكم امهاتكم عندما تذهبون خارجا أو في نزهة ؟ أو هل هناك نوع طعام تأكلونه دائما عندما تخرجون ؟ أرجو أن تعلمونا في التعليقات. شكرا لكم

100 Comments

  • elizabeth heng

    It would be really helpful if you had a script for this video available, so that viewers can read it for speaking practice! 🙂

  • C.S. Daniel

    guys. what if you write below korean words the exact english translation instead of filling in the gaps for the transfer. exemple.
    나 는 어제 책를 샀어요.
    I yesterday book bought.
    I think it would make a huge difference in our learning speed.

  • pinkyjuny

    고맙습니다. 저는 교훈을 잘 알아들었어서 기벘어요. 한국어를 더 많이 배우고싶어요. I hope this lesson will keep continue. thank you^^

  • Flo Mo

    Hi, I'm a 19 years old guy studiyng in Germany right now but my biggest
    dream is it to study and live in South Korea (Seoul if possible). The
    only problem is that living there in an appartment is pretty expensive
    for a student and i dont have enough money 🙁 If you know someone who
    can help me out finding a place to live ( a room would be enough ) pls
    comment or contact me. Please help me that I can live my dream 🙂 <3

  • Diana OM

    I really appreciate this type of video!! In K-dramas and k-pop speak korean so fast that I can't get so much things, but in this video I can understand so much things! Thank you!

  • szy szy스지님

    i'm stuck with the word: 주시면
    never encountered that word before can you help me with explenation of when to use it in the meaning as written from timeline 0:57
    thanks for the help. is it from verb to give? 주다

  • Tamara Pi

    Stupid question ??? When writing in Korean, are there any spaces in between words? Thank you to whomever takes the time to answer me!!
    고맙습니다!!!

  • Jasmin Rivera

    Thank you so much!!! It's so hard to understand native Korean speakers sometimes because they talk very fast! But this actually was at a speed which I could comprehend easily!

  • itsveronicaguys

    This is a great idea! Listening is one of my worst skills so this type of video will be really helpful. However I think it would be better to have the option to turn english captions off since I found myself automatically reading them instead of the korean captions.

  • huta_forever

    Wa this is really helpful 🙂 I have a question: Why does Kyeong-eun-sshi switch back and forth between the two politeness levels "해요" and "합니다"?

  • 박준수

    Kyeong-eun ssi. Your lovely voice and pleasing aura makes me inspired to learn Korean. Gomawoyo Keyong-eun ssi. 🙂

  • Katharina Töpfer

    저도 김밥 정말 좋아해요! 정식 하게 말하면 첫번째 단어는 김밥 있었어요. 저는 열다섯 살 때에 가족 이랑 노르웨이에 이사 하고 노르웨이어 학교에서 한국사람이 둘명 있었어요. 학년에 한 번 한국사람의 어머니가 학생들한테 김밥 만들었어요. Sorry for my super bad Koren, I hope there aren't too many mistakes. I just started learning a month ago and the greatest challenge for me are listening comprehention and speaking. That's why I am really happy that 경은 언니 speaks very slowly so that a beginner like me can understand something too 🙂

  • Lully Bunny

    I wonder if there is a way to put the subtitles as a CC instead so that way I won't be distracted by the English at the bottom? I know that you put it there to be useful since some people like to have them as a reference, but I personally find myself always distracted and then I stop listening and start reading! Ha ha!

    This is so wonderful of you guys to provide, though! My speaking and listening comprehension isn't very good, so I'm really looking forward to this series! Thank you so much!

  • Maddy Jane

    For your next slow Korean video, could you please do it on clothes? I'm learning new words and verbs about clothes from your books and videos, and it would help to see my knowledge in an every-day format. Thank you! 🙂

  • DestatiXIII

    So helpful! The first time I watched this I paid careful attention to the hangul subtitles and looked up the meanings of the words I didn't know, then I watched the video again but only listened without reading the subs this time. I was able to understand most all of it thanks to the slower talking speed, I'm very grateful for this video format! Thank you guys 🙂

  • theresa pearl gatchalian

    woah.. I love it. I understand parts of it. i just need to increase my vocabulary. I am looking forward for more of this slow listening practices.

  • JAMES BATES

    저는 어렸을 때 저희 엄마는 김밥이 많이 만들었어요. 가끔씩 엄마의 요리를 그리워요.

  • B. Alvn

    Honestly, I think this should be a little slower. Although it is possible to play it slower, it sounds pretty distorted and unnatural at .75x so that doesn't really work.

    I hope you do more of these, and it's a great idea, but please try to go slower, thanks!

  • jeon ran hyun

    I'm so proud of my self I understood 95% of the video without the translation thank you so much my korean had improved so much since I used your channel to learn it 😭💕💕💕

  • chua seng han

    Oh..this "Slow-speaking series" is so good so good…it's very very helpful for my stage of Korean learning..please continue make this~! Thank you very much!

  • tobor116

    Really well done. I enjoyed it very much. One suggestion — it might be helpful if you could read the material one more time at normal conversational speed.

  • Brantley May

    사실 어렸을 때, 우리엄마 요리 많이 안했어요 ㅋㅋ 그래서 바닷가에 가거나, 야외에 나갈때 스스로 꼭
    땅콩버터 잼이랑 샌드위치를 만들었어요.

  • potatoe cloud

    I have watched this video over and over. I really enjoyed it, it is amazing. I wish you guys could make more like this one. Thank you!!

  • couldbeblue

    These are so useful. I'm still only an absolute beginner so I can't understand a lot of things but I can get the gist of the story. It's really helpful to hear the stories told slowly. I think this is something a lot of online language sites are missing. GJ TTMIK. Thanks! 🙂

  • monah diab

    well .. in egypt we eat sandwich of egg , kabaab or kofta (meat) cheez & shawerma too ʕ•ٹ•ʔ .. we almost eat sandwich only but contain various things .. ah their is thing similar between Egyptian & korean we we break the boiled egg by using our head too (≧▽≦)hahah ..
    한국 음식은 너무 맛있어요 (*˘︶˘*).。.:*♡

  • nonamebitch

    경은쌤이 목소리 진짜 soothing이애요.
    하루정일 드룰수있어요 ♡
    이 영상 타이프 진짜 좋아요.. 만드져서 감사합니다

  • Snow Jin

    For some reason, reading in korean is hard to tell the breaks or the rhythm within the sentence and ofc listening to it I could get it

  • Sissifya

    YEESSSSS!!! I FEEL SO TALENTED RIGHT NOW! A Tip i was just told that was useful here: listen and taje in tge words that you know, use inference and cintext to understand. You dont have to know everything word for word. And it worked here, i never had to pause the video once. This was so refreshing and makee me feel oiie i am on tge right path with my studies. Thank you. 좀더 주세여?!

  • Duy Thảo Nguyễn

    I am Vietnamese honestly to say I am very happy and excited when I found your video. That is so great. Thanks so much really

  • banexzeeper

    우리 가족은 야외에 나갈 때 항상 소세지를 가지고 와요. 이 코스를 너무 좋아해요. 도움이 많이 줘요. 감사합니다 ^^

  • MRKLBS

    사실. 전 야외 갈 때 특별한 음식을 안 먹어서 그런 기억이 없어요 :c
    제 나라에서 그런 습관이 없는 것 같아요 (소풍 가기)

  • Whitney Renee

    For beginners that find this too fast, try slowing the video down in the settings! it really helps. then over time speed it up! 🙂

  • Rudivar

    I’m a little confused. How could I use these videos to help me learn? I love that it’s slow speaking but I don’t understand anything and can never remember the words. Any tips for studying? 🙂

  • Saky queen

    I made my first kimbab by myself ^^ 맜이서요! 감사합니다 for the video, its so nice to be able to hear all the words and have tine to comprehend 🙂

  • Dark Angel

    This is def not slow. Lol My brain cant keep up even though I recognise the written words I cant arrange them in an ordered sentence that quickly.

  • Janique abrahams

    These slow ones are really great. Lol I listened to the other ones repeatedly and still could catch all the words, but I did increase my vocab which was great. Thanks for the awesome videos.

  • SpaceBat StuckonEarth

    I was hopping for a really really really slow one haha I'm dumb so it's hard to break down the words when they go 30 km/ph maybe 5 km/ph oh well. Anyway Awesome video

  • Chelsie1215

    thanks for doing it this way! i was looking for slow listening practices that werent in beginner or robot voice

  • Phuong Ha VN

    Thank you for creating this. It's such an useful lesson that I can improve Korean listening better. I'm also happy to see you too cause you're charming and beautiful. I'm looking forward to watching more clips with a various type of topics.

  • Alex F

    This is great! I've been trying to learn Korean for 20 years and I think I might finally get somewhere with this type of video. Interesting subject, perfect speed for me at kind of lower intermediate level … and I'm not sure there is anyone who "enunciates" better in Korean. I can really hear the difference between the ㅓ,ㅜ,ㅡ sounds. More videos like this please 🙂

  • Janelle hqe

    i love this! i just watched a documentary on how acquiring language really works and this is definitely one of the more effective ways! Like a mother talking to her child, telling them about all their experiences with kimbab haha perfect speed

  • gst013

    Fake cheese kimbap should be listed as some kind of war crime…I love kimbap, but cheese is just the worst possible thing to put inside with all the yummy Korean goodness.

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