Date: 2013-01-26 04:25 pm (UTC)
inoru_no_hoshi: Folded Japanese hand-fan in a hand, fan partially over the implication of kimono & hair, shaded purple, on white. (Sai fan)
Maybe a little crazy, but as long as you have some way to look stuff up if you get too lost, I say go for it.

Also, Korean is super easy to learn to read (unlike Chinese and Japanese, Korean uses an approximately 40-letter alphabet for pretty much everything, unless the formality of hanja - Chinese symbols given Korean readings - is needed), and Google translate usually does an okay job of sussing it out, since (sadly!) being able to read it doesn't mean you know what's being said!

즐거운 시간 되세요! :D
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