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Episode one logo Episode One: Studio Ochenta presents: Atlas Linguae

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The rise of Korean pop culture on a global scale, with everything from BTS to Squid Game, has gotten many people around the world excited about learning Korean, despite its challenges in terms of learning a new alphabet and grammar rules. And Buster Moon, today’s guest on Atlas Linguae is working to maintain his students’ enthusiasm for the language.

Buster Moon is a Korean language teacher and content creator based in Canada, and his content focuses on teaching short and useful words and phrases for everyday conversation. In our conversation, he talks about the importance of consistency when learning any language—especially one with unique challenges such as Korean—and about what it is that made Korean media so popular internationally in the first place.

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