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So if you already read this post, then you know that this is my new home for Korean Language practice. Since we're starting from stratch, time to set things straight. What will this new blog be? Well, it won't be a mixed-bag blog like On My Way To Korea. No offense obviously to him and his achievements. However, I've decided to split and create a new history blog from my personal blog. Also, as of now, I still write a culture blog for KC101.

I aim to make this blog similar to the Korean Language Notes blog. Seeing as how that guy is mad talented yet he isn't afraid to type in his native language is encouraging. Similarly, I like how Korean As It Is is a simple yet dedicated blog by a fellow KC101 student. Similarly, my friend's blog is inspiring in and of itself. If you find something helpful in this blog, then that's great. However, this won't be a teaching blog like My Happy Dreams and while I'd love to be as detailed as Luke's Guide, it seems even the mighty eventually fall. Having said that, I've taken ideas and some direction from all the above listed blogs.

Original content will be authored just by myself as previous community Korean language learning blogs have failed. Original content might be translations of books, interesting new grammar points, samples sentences, new stuff learned from class, slang and links to writing samples at Language 8. I will likely make plenty of mistakes as that is part of the learning process. If you would like to leave corrections in the comments, I'll smile. If not, no biggie. I would you to be kind in your corrections as I'm far from fluent. Having said that, this is a language practice and study blog so it's a place for learning, not egos.

I look forward to charting my progress. Glad you're here for as long as you are.