Question for native Korean speakers, mostly:
I’m learning Korean and I’d like to practice my reading comprehension skills.
I tried Korean Google News and it wasn’t a nice experience, I’m nowhere near that level of vocabulary.
I tried Google, but it gives me blogs written in Korean by learners like me or Korean sites written in English.
Do you have any suggestions for blogs/ online magazines/ comic strips or other online content that I could read?
I’m interested in something a Korean would read during their coffee break for example, not aimed at tourists/ learners.
Is it a weird suggestion, but could you watch the shows on viki with Korean subtitles?
I actually went to my local library and read all the comic books there. I think some of the comics on say naver are free. I personally enjoyed the short treatise on the different blood types because it’s funny. One of my friends, a type A even has type A emoticons on her kakaotalk app.
I’m not sure what they’d be reading… everyone seems so busy always
Thanks for the suggestions! There are not many kdramas that I like that have Korean subs. And I would prefer something I could read whenever I have some free time.
Online comics are a great idea, but I don’t know where to find them…