Everyone can speak Korean. It's a really simple and intuitive language. If you watch k-dramas you can quickly pick up a basic vocabulary.
This way you'll be able to order a portion of Kimchi in you favorite Korea (but the Northern one is not recommended).
Or you can talk on busses about other people without being understood.
Let's have an example:
You are on the bus with your friends. You and, let's say... pseuglam
, are facing towards the rear end of the bus, while the remaining friend (a random name may be Megha) is facing you the other verse.
Suddenly, rides on the bus the exact copy of Izma (the Emperor's new Groove), an old lady covered in wrinkles and with light blue eyeshadow, not only on her eyes, but on her dark circles as well.
You and Pseuglam are trying with all your might not to break a rib by not laughing and Megha eyes you interrogatively because she can't see the lady.
How can you make her understand?
This is how the scene should work out:
You: Mimashitaka? (Grr. Sometimes you cannot pick korean vocabulary fast enough)
Megha: Aniyo, Nugu?
You: Err... Ahjumma.
Pseuglam: Ahjumma, ahjumma G-Dragon.
By now Megha understands that the old lady was wearing abnormal clothes/make-up and being ridiculous, and you can all laugh together while the rest of the passengers and the ahjumma watch you with despise because you are disturbing everyone.
Also, we should make this guy and that Crocker Britney-stalker guy meet. They'll fall in love, have ugly fanbabies, and hopefully disappear from the internet.