hi so i’m currently learning korean since i’m able to read hangul i want to level up by learning words and sentence grammar and different vocabulary however my pronunciation is based on the romanization that’s why it’s kind of weird. since i watch a lot of dramas i,m kind of familiar with some words. anyways i’ll appreciate anyone’s help. 정말 감사합니다
Any korean learning website suggestion and communication apps to improve my korean?
Duolingo is great for sentence structure and learning new words, and Memrise can help you expand your vocabulary. Both of these are amazing and free websites that I use regularly.
https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/introduction-to-korean (starts September 2)
https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/introduction-to-korean-2 (starts September 16)
And, in case you want to go off-screen for a while, there are of course studybooks out there, but also nice bilingual storybooks for language learners.
i used to use duolingo but to learn french and i didn’t really like it with that language. anyways thanks for ur help
omg thanks i really looked hard for courses but i couldn’t find any thank you so much i really appreciate it
Glad I could help. Choi Sisters also have a Facebook page btw, where they also answer questions about Korean. And if enough people are interested in a certain topic, they make a video about it.
Oh, and here’s a general website that helps you find (and organize) free online courses on lots of different subjects:
I like this YouTube series to learn:
Subtitles are available in English, Korean and Thai, or you can practice listening without subs Good luck!
Why don’t you use viki Learn? the function is available on any K drama episode or movie which is at least 50% captioned in Korean. Try it on Legend of the Blue Sea or Descendants of the Sun. There are probably over one hundred dramas with each episode captioned over 90%.
i already watched these two dramas on netflix since it was a long time i’ll watch them again
We have a lot of other Korean dramas with Learn mode available – I just mentioned those two because of their popularity.
I’m using LingoDeer and I’ve been learning a lot. More than I think I ordinarily would. It helps you focus on syntax, vocabulary, characters, and conversation. You look, listen, and practice speaking. It’s pretty cool. I’m also using Memrise app as well. Another source I just found is the Korean from Zero series and it too has some interesting learning approaches. I bought the book from Amazon which enables me to access their website and download their audio files and other resources.
Here’s something VERY interesting about Hangul. ( You really need to get away from using romanization - it suckeths )
I don’t know if you can see it though. It’s in the on-line Korean Philosophy class from Sungkyunkwan University.
Hello, this channel on YT might prove practical.
They also do lots of live stream, in real time.
TTMIK is the most popular way. They have some free lessons with grammar and also on youtube. I also like the app called Drops: Learn Korean. I always did it on the bus.
This was a live stream.