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Great Ways to Learn Korean



Learning Korean is Easy when You Have this Starter Pack

Learning the Korean language can seem like a big task at first, but the way you learn can make it a simple and fun experience.

Whether you want to understand basic words in K-pop or K-dramas, impress your Korean friends, or simply learn more about Korean culture, the Korean Language Starter Pack will help you quickly learn and remember the most commonly used Korean words and phrases today.

What’s Inside?

• Infographic Compilation – More than 160 Korean infographics that help you quickly learn common words and phrases.

• Review Flashcards – Easily learn and review 600 must-know Korean words with printable front and back flashcards.

• Cheat Sheets – 17 printable Korean word lists that ensure you always have access to the most commonly used Korean words.

• Weekly Vocabulary Guide – Kickstart your Korean vocabulary with 16 value-packed lessons that you can conveniently complete at your own pace.

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Immediately after purchase, a zip file will be available for instant download. Remember, this is a digital file that will conveniently be sent to you right away (not a physical book).

Happy Learning!

4 thoughts on “How Do You Learn Korean?

  1. ARL says:

    I went with the cat. Now the only word I know is 야옹.

  2. Patrick07 says:

    Internet Websites (like this one), Straming Movies, Series and Dramas, and Music.

  3. Pat Pat says:

    I learn from music, tv/dramas, and apps.

  4. Tara (Beyond Hallyu) says:

    Conjuring up the spirit of King Sejong, duh.

    On a more serious note, I use apps, dramas/movies and also news articles and stories. Apps help me improve my vocabulary, dramas and movies tremendously improve my listening (I watch with Korean subtitles or no subs at all) and reading news articles and stories out loud to myself helps improve my fluency in speaking. I occasionally use Lang-8, which is a website that allows you to write stuff in the language you want to learn and have it corrected by native speakers. Music is hella confusing as lyrics often switch between grammatical forms in the same song, though I did pick up some words listening. And of course this website is useful too! 🙂

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