Due to Korea’s influence to the world, most of the Korean entertainment and culture enthusiasts would like to learn their language, “Hangugeo (한국어).” Here are a few sites and videos that helped me learn Korean step by step. This might help you too!
But before that, here are a few suggestions first:
You could also find them on Youtube! But i encourage you to sign up on their site since it’s free.
This site offers a wide array of Korean lessons from toddlers to professional level. This site includes reading and listening materials up for everyone! It’s an easy sign up site too. (required to see and download a few notes.)
Also, there are free downloadable e-books too. You could also see videos related on Korean culture and more. They’ve got the most common and popular textbooks’ contents. When you open the site, it would direct you on Korean tabs and linkages but you could easily choose a language that suits your needs.
I find this one the most common site for learners. They have curriculums that is designed for first timers up to close to native speakers. The site also showcases trivias and Korean traditions. Talk to me in Korean site has an online bookstore where you could buy online supplementary materials too.
The best part of this site is that it thoroughly talks about the grammar and usage in writing. If you would like to study Korean language, more specifically, the writing part. This is a good site to do it! They have explanations and examples from basic to complicated conjugations. Once again, it suits best for those who focuses on reading and writing only.
(VIDEO) LET’S SPEAK KOREAN!
An Arirang TV 10 min program in 90’s that gives a dose of Korean expression, words and grammar usage. We’ve used this video in our class and it really helped us understood Korean language more. It’s a must see! It tackles different expressions of Korean in the daily use.
These sites offer different ways of learning so the time frame of learning differs too. It’s best that you check on the sites first before the actual studying process. Have fun!