Read a Korean book without batchim

My Korean colleague introduced me to a Korean storybook that does not have any batchim in it at all. He translated the Korean into Japanese so that I can get the gist of the story. Here is me attempting to read out the story without understanding what most of the words mean.

→ https://drive.google.com/file/d/16IZdc1pihGC3w2d2NzqBeZVubSAokota/view?usp=sharing

I hope to look back at this and laugh in about half a year’s time.

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