As I mentioned before, I was taking Korean classes at Dankook University here in Suji, Korea. At the end we had a speech contest, so I hope you will enjoy watching my submission if you click on the youtube link.
By the way, I added some subtitles so you can follow along a number of different ways. First, If you are a Korean or have learned 한글 you can see the actual Korean script. Second if you are learning Korean or want to get a glimpse of how different Korean grammar is, you can see the word-for-word translation. Third, there is a romanization of what I’m saying in Korean. And fourth there is a natural English equivalent, which is similar to how I originally wrote up the speech.
There’s also a slideshow that accompanied the speech, but I haven’t figured out if I can add pictures to the video yet, so currently you can’t really see the slides that go with the speech.
I have to thank some Korean friends that helped me with some editing and pronunciation. But still, I’m curious about what parts might sound natural or not to native Korean speakers? And what does it sound like to non-Korean speakers too?