Winners of Super-Scary Mochimochi in Korean

It’s time to pick two people to win copies of the Korean edition of Super-Scary Mochimochi! 11 of you who speak Korean or know someone who does left comments on my post from last week for the giveaway. (I’m not counting my dad, who commented to say that I’m going to need more books, or the other person who commented to say that my dad is amusing.)


And our two randomly-selected winners are…

commenter number 5, Salleigh:

I did independent study of Korean while at university, and also attended the Defense Language Institute (DLI) in Monterey, CA, to study Korean. I was stationed in Korea off and on for 7 years as well. I would love a copy of your book so I can learn Korean knitting terminology :)

and commenter number 3, Maria:

My Korean friend would love a book like this and I’m sure her kids would love to have a few super scary mochis.

Congrats, winners! I’ll be emailing you two soon for your addresses.

And if any of you happen to be in Korea and spot this book in the wild (at a bookstore or library), please snap a photo and send it to me! In fact, that goes for any foreign-language edition of any of my books. With each one, the mochis are getting a little bit closer to world domination!

2 thoughts on “Winners of Super-Scary Mochimochi in Korean

  1. Ahh, this is so awesome! I guess all the cool kids have their books translated into different languages these days, huh? ;) Now I wish I knew how to read/speak Korean!

  2. Okay really sorry for the delay, I’ll post these terms here too just in case. Let me know if there is something you need!

    To Knit: 뜨개질 하다
    Knitting Needle / Sewing Needle: 바늘
    Yarn / Thread: 실
    Stitch: 코
    Round: 바퀴
    Stitch Marker: 마커

    Pattern: 도안

    Toy: 장난감
    Hobby: 취미
    Handmade Toy: 순우로 만든장남감

    Tight: 촘촘하게
    Loose: 느슨하게
    Do it loosely: 느슨하게하세요
    Do it tightly: 촘촘하게하세요

    To Increase: 늘리다
    To Decrease: 줄이다
    To Hide: 숨기다
    To Cut: 자르다

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