Ghi-woon Seo has taught both English and Korean for many years in a variety of settings.Laura Kingdon is a graduate of Yonsei University's Korean Language Institute, so understands firsthand the complexities of learning Korean grammar. She is fluent in several languages and runs a translation firm. She has designed curricula and taught English as a Second Language to students of all ages, ranging from university students in Kazakhstan to elementary school children in Korea. After years of living in Seoul, she has recently moved to Thailand.Chris Backe blogs about travel and life at Chris in South Korea and Chris in Thailand. He has been published in several Korean magazines including Groove Magazine, 10 Magazine, Busan Haps, The East (based in England), and on visitseoul.net. He has been featured on several UK radio programs or subjects ranging from Korea to current technology. He has authored or contributed to various books on Korean language and culture, including Weird and Wonderful Korea.
"A funny phrase book. The difference of this one from the other phrase books out there is that it focuses on slangs - specifically relationships/romance slangs." -Mykoreancorner.wordpress.com blog "Making Out in Korean - Funny book title there huh? What you can learn from here? A bunch of funny phrases, curses and uhm yearh." -Lyrynne.wordpress.com blog "Fun if sometimes inappropriate phrases (but a large reason why it's fun) for studying Korean." -Goodreads "Making Out in Korean is a fun, easy-to-use and comprehensive Korean phrasebook, covering catchy Korean expressions commonly used among native Koreans. With this book, speaking Korean in Korea is no longer a daunting task!" -POP CLUB blog