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Roadmap to Korean by Richard Harris. Korean is a very difficult language to learn. This book tries to ease the pain and agony of learning the Korean language. It is written by a native English speaker who successfully learned Korean. For a 11/28/03 Korea Herald Weekender review of this book, click here. To order or get more info about this book from Amazon.com, click on the photo of this book on the left.
Growing Up in a Korean Kitchen by Hi-Soo Shin Hepinstall. This is a Korean cookbook that also teaches you Korean history and culture. Read about recipes that have been passed down for generations from mothers to their daughter-in-laws. For a 11/9/02 Korea Herald Weekender article about this book, click here. To order or get more info about this book from Amazon.com, click on the photo on the left.
Panasonic DMR-E85HS Progressive Scan DVD Player/Recorder with 120 GB Hard Drive Recording. VHS tapes are becoming obsolete. With a DVD recorder, you can record the dramas that you watch on TV directly onto DVDs instead of VHS tapes. This will save you the time, effort and expense of later having to convert your VHS tapes to DVD. To order or get more info about this DVD player/recorder from Amazon.com, click on the photo on the left.