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Does anyone know of any Korean service that sends or publishes a regular A Word A Day for native Korean speakers to expand their own vocabulary? I'm having trouble finding one, even though these are really easy to find for English (e.g. Merriam-Webster, Oxford English Dictionary).

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Naver has a quiz on this page, and you could also check out the home page of the Naver Korean dictionary, as it offers not only a section called "Today's idiom", but also FAQ's for how to use certain words correctly.

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  • Can those "idiom of the day" or "word of the day" be sent by e-mail? (Like wordreference in english has such a feature) Sep 27, 2023 at 1:34

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