When I was in High School, Mama Stumbler got me my first electronic calculator, a Hewlett Packard HP-25C:
Mama Stumbler being a Mathematician by education and profession, insisted that I learn and use the Reverse Polish Notation method that was used in the HP family of calculators. It's a little harder to learn than normal, algebraic (also called INFIX) calculators, but in the long run it makes performing calculations quicker and simpler. Since that time back in 1977 I have only used RPN calculators. To this day, if you give me an algebraic calculator, it is a real struggle to use. To those not familiar with RPN, compare these two ways of adding 2 and 6:
ALGEBRAIC (INFIX) Method:
 [+]  [=]
 [ENTER]  [+]
If you're REALLY curious about this, here a nice link to RPN from Wikipedia.
What does this have to do with the Korean language? Well, what my mind was trying to tell me was that Korean grammar is exactly RPN! Consider this simple sentence
George ate breakfast.
George breakfast ate.
That's Korean RPN.