芝加哥打字機內出現的兩本書 Two Books from the drama Chicago Typewriter

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This is the book given by Jeon Seol to Han Se Joo, titled 내가 가장 듣고 싶었던 말 (Perhaps what I want to hear the most). Just like what we see in the drama and as the title might suggest, this book is what we might want to hear the most during difficult times in our life.

這本書是田雪給韓世宙的書,叫어쩌면 내가 가장 듣고 싶었던 말(也許我最想聽見的是)。就像劇裡和這書名顯示的,這書是我們在人生最艱難的日子可能最想聽見的話。

 

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This is the book Han Se Joo picked up when he was filming the commercial, titled 청춘의 독서 (Readings in one’s youth). This book is written by a South Korean liberal politician named Rhyu Si Min. Before he became a politician, he was a student activist who had been imprisoned before and a reporter. And he is going to appear in Na PD’s new variety-“Dictionary of General Knowledge That is Useless to Know” after Yoon’s Kitchen. And this book is some of the answers Rhyu has for young people to help find their way in a dark time.

這本書是韓世宙在拍廣告時拿起過的書,叫青春的讀書。這本書是一位叫柳時敏的韓國政治家寫的書。他在成為政治家之前,大學年代是學生運動的活躍份子(曾被監禁),後來做了記者。他將會參與在羅PD的新綜藝節目- 懂也沒用的神秘雜學詞典。這本書是他對年輕人在人生中一些疑問的解答,希望可以幫他們在黑暗中找到出路。

I found that both books are available on Google Play Books (at a very cheap price) and they are not very difficult to read (at least the sample reading part, easier than advanced TOPIK reading I think), and we can also check meanings through Google Translate easily when we read the book through Google Play Books, so they are both great tools for Korean learning.

我在Google Play Store找到這兩本書,比實體書便宜,看到不懂的字也可以很方便地查字Google Translate,試閱部份看起來沒有很深,好像比高級TOPIK閱讀容易一點的感覺(?),所以想推薦這兩本給在學韓文的大家。

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