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Speaking Korean Wrong to My Kids For A Day To See If They Notice 하루 종일 내 아이들에게 한국어를 잘못 말하기

[Joe] I admire my wife for empowering our kids to always love who they are as individuals. In a world that tends to be quick to point out differences, my wife reminds our kids to embrace what is unique and special.
As our kids are learn more korean each day, I’m able to brush up on my own right along side them. Even though English is my main language, my kids unknowingly help me recall my own mother tongue in little moments.
We were modeled after God’s design to be a bridge and to build a meaningful connection with one another. Using everything that we are and everything that we’ve been given to manage over, He made each of us a gift to someone, so we can point back to Him as the gift giver..
Whether that just means to be a friend, a partner, or just an encouragement, I’ve been uncovering each day that it’s our differences that is the difference-maker.

1 Peter 4:10-11 ESV
As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace: whoever speaks, as one who speaks oracles of God; whoever serves, as one who serves by the strength that God supplies—in order that in everything God may be glorified through Jesus Christ. To him belong glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen.

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YB Chang : At 1:26 subtitles I meant U.S.* not Korea oopsie
Melissa Sariles : I don't know what your saying but, like it, love it, want more of it!
Ed B. : whats YB stand for??
_ Liv : 유빈씨 귀요워요 ㅋㅋ
Tian Tian : Your Korean is still great! :)
Sooahn Yang : Wow! You are so good at English and Korean both!
Amzar Mustazly Bin Mustaza : I see cat. Press Like and Subscribe xD
Plasma Clan for gamers : 나 유빈이 누나 사촌이야
SKRsoul : Where is your beautiful necklace from??

(Sorry in advance if you mentioned it in this video or in another video)
Seonmin Jeong : Woah she’s so good at both languages!!

미국인이 갑자기 유창한 한국말을 했을 때, 아이들은 과연 어떤 반응? ️

미국인이 갑자기 유창한 한국말을 했을 때, 아이들은 과연 어떤 반응?
Suddenly Speaking Korean to Korean Students?!

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션 파블로 Sean Pablo : Part 2!!! 파트 2!!!

Patrick Watters : Such nice children, their patents should be proud.
James Torgerson : wow interesting kids learn English than Korean. funny one boy will get game for 100 days from dad give. that is funny !! My first language is ASL (American Language Sign) I want learn Korean read and write.
Young Lee : IMHO, language controls everything even thinking process. I am not sure if educating foreign language at early ages, like teaching English at very early ages in Korea , is really recommendable, since it could make their identities confused.
Rebecca : Wow I taught English in Japan for 6 years and Japanese kids can NOT speak like this even at after school cram schools that cost a fortune. Hats OFF Korea
Glen Miller : One life regret is that I didn't participate more often with ROKAF officers who wanted to practice English, 1967-1968. I could have related culture and learned from them. This video is extra special!
Doston Kultaev : Cute children
IamShiv : "I want to be just a person"
엄마찬스_탈영병_에미 / : 미국애들 인데? ㅎㅎ
Vivek Lasrado : Loved this one , all the kids are so cute and love your chemistry with the kids




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