Monthly Archives: April 2015

Sewol Ferry one year later

The remaining bodies has not been far and if they were trapped inside ship chances are they may be found if the ferry is taken out of the sea. The President has promised that will happen since it seems possible. … Continue reading

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Dalatösen snart en svensk prinsessa

Den 13 gifter sig Prins Carl Philip med sin Sofia Hellqvist som med stor sannolikhet kommer att bli både hertiginna av Värmland per automatik men förmodligen även Prinsessa. Dalatösen från Älvdalen blir således Sveriges senaste prinsessa i jämförelse med Prinsessan … Continue reading

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The real Ingalls family beyond the prarie

Laura Ingalls was born as the second daughter to Charles Phillip Ingalls and Caroline Lake Ingalls Quiner. She was born on the 7th of February 1867 and her older sister Mary Amelia Ingalls was born on January 10th 1865 and … Continue reading

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Koreans and age

♥쟈금은 안녕

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My Lunar Friend

Best friends for a tiger according to the lunar would be tigers,horses and dogs. They belong to the same element. But of course the the Western sign might affect things some. Tiger with tiger(s)1974 ,1986 Tiger with horse(s)1978, 1990 Tiger … Continue reading

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Korean food for Easter

Easter means it’s time for eggs and here are a few suggestions: Gyeranmari, egg Gyeranjjim, egg Dubuchim Yangnyeomjang, tofu Dubu Ganjangjorim, tofu Honghap Jjim, mussels Seawoo Honghap Tang, prawn Ojinghu Bokkeum, squid Jjukumi Gui, octopus Sukchae, vegetables ♥쟈금은 안녕

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Hangul Alphabet part IIII double sounds

Double consonants ㄲ – This is the first double consonant. ㄸ – Double version of ㄷ. ㅃ – Double version of ㅂ. ㅆ – Double version of ㅅ. . ㅉ – Double version of ㅈ. Double vowels ㅐ – ae … Continue reading

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