I said, "Yes, and a little," but, like Xell, I'm a bit opposite. I was an East Asian Studies major in college, and studied Japanese for two years and Korean for three. I didn't become interested in tea until my senior year (while I was in the US), but from this forum I've picked up a lot of the Japanese vocabulary, and then used it to find the Korean vocabulary for tea and tea related items. So, I've learned a lot of new Korean tea-related vocabulary since coming back, thanks to my love for tea.
Raspberry oolong today.