[Korea] Getting started

Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by ember, Apr 13, 2007.

  1. ember

    ember Valued Member

    Well, since nobody else has posted anything on here yet, I guess I'll post a few websites that have helped me out. I'd consider myself a raw beginner on the Korean language though.

    For the alphabet:

    For the language:

    I'm sure there's lots more, but these are sites I've used.
  2. Hapuka

    Hapuka Te Aho

    TeenKorean, It's what I'm using at the moment to learn Korean.
    However due to study I kind of been slacking off a bit.

  3. Mevans

    Mevans Valued Member

  4. Zentenk

    Zentenk Valued Member

    I have taken a crash course Korean Language class with the ROKAF while I'm here in the desert. I should go to Korea if I want to become fluent but I don't want to go there while I'm in the military.

    Couple good sites - www.learnkorean.com and www.learn-korean.net and when you get better you can go to www.naver.com
  5. Cosmo Kramer

    Cosmo Kramer Valued Member

    I would like to learn Korean
  6. hwarang cl

    hwarang cl The Evil Twin

    Its hard for me to learn with out a teacher, so the internet stuff is not an option for me. What Ive suggested to many people is to find a korean church or an asian studies org. in your town, in the US it might be easier than other parts of the world, and most of them teach the kids. what I would do is join the elementary class there, they usually hold them on the weekends.
  7. Zuarko

    Zuarko Valued Member

    Have you seen Declan's software ? Their HakGyo (for grammar) and the ReadWrit (for the Hangul) seem pretty good for those who are beggining. That are the basics, maybe you like it, Cosmo Kramer :)

    And if you like the flashcard method, they have tons of word files to learn, sorted by topic and the frequency of use.

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