As Much As a Rat's Tail - Korean Slang, Invective and Euphemism: An Irreverent Look at Language Within Culture: Korean Slang, Invective and Euphemism

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Exile Press LLC, Mar 1, 2010 - Korean language - 192 pages
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As much as a Rat's Tail: Korean slang, invective & euphemism the Insider's guide
An irreverent look at Language within Culture

Get 'street' with "A Rat's Tail" - Learn what the kids are really saying, all the Korean they will never teach you in class.
Korean is rich with the dynamic linguistic expressions and freshly coined language. "A Rat's Tail" dives into the intricacies of modern Korean slang introducing the hip, hot, spicy and sexual, the irreverent and inspiring, the cultural, crass and comical.
This is the Korean not covered in the language books, full of color and infused with philosophy. With "A Rat's Tail" in hand, you can impress others with your verbal acumen as you complement their fashion sense, dish out dirty words, or text up a storm, while you gain insight into the mind and culture of the Korean people.

Get the lingo on: expressions so necessary they're like rice a little something on the side stuff to say (and do) while drinking spicy language and swearing something sexy to say what they say in the halls, not the classroom Konglish & more

Get the Straight Scoop with explanations of uncommon words and unusual usage.
Culturally Speaking get the skinny on how Koreans think, speak or act.
Plus how to "pick up, break up, make up, "or "get down and dirty."
Find out who's "abusing you" and how to talk about someone "behind their back."
Reviews
" This book is the bomb Mr. Kim "
""A must read for Koreans and foreigners alike Mr. Park "
" Shockingly fun Mr. Lee "
" Great bathroom reading another Mr. Lee "
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Author Bios
Peter N. Liptak lives and writes in Seoul, Korea. An avid traveler and poet, Peter draws on Korea s people, language and culture as a source of inspiration, linguistic and otherwise. Keen on dialect and borrowed words in language, Peter did his MA in Korean Studies at Yonsei University. Catch up with Peter and his musings at www.coffeeshopcontemplations.com or his adventures at www.poeticmisadventures.com
Siwoo Lee - A young philosopher who studies international management at KyungHee University, Siwoo Lee has taken a profound interest in the symbolism of language, combined with his fascination with foreign tongues and his sophisticated command of slang, has led him to delve into the world of "A Rat s Tail."

Tags: Korean, Korean language education, Korean slang, Slang dictionary, Language and Culture, Wit and Humor, Foreign Language Studies, ESL

 

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Peter N. Liptak lives and writes in Seoul, Korea. An avid traveler and poet, Peter draws on Korea?s people, language and culture as a source of inspiration, linguistic and otherwise. Keen on dialect and borrowed words in language, Peter did his MA in Korean Studies at Yonsei University. Catch up with Peter and his musings at www.coffeeshopcontemplations.com or his adventures at www.poeticmisadventures.comSiwoo Lee - A young philosopher who studies international management at KyungHee University, Siwoo Lee has taken a profound interest in the symbolism of language, combined with his fascination with foreign tongues and his sophisticated command of slang, has led him to delve into the world of A Rat?s Tail.

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