However, unfortunately, my favorite Korean-English dictionary web service presented by NAVER has only English voice files linked with sentences, so I have to copy a Korean phrase and paste on another site to listen native speaking. That's a little hassle but I found this way is really useful for some learners who studying a few other languages.
As you know Japanese has many similarities to Korean, so it's much easier and faster to understand a nuance of Korean Phrase for me, though. hehe...
I love this saying "More haste, less speed." ("급할수록 천천히." "急がば回れ")
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Recently, I tried to use English-Korean dictionary to expose myself to English more. With the knowledge of the basic English, it's not so hard. I can see both languages' examples simultaneously. However, unfortunately, my favorite Korean-English dictionary web service presented by NAVER has only En