In this lesson we will learn – 1. How to make sentences like – ‘What is this?’ ‘This is Noun.’ 2. Topic particles in Korean. 여러분 안녕하세요! Welcome to the very first lesson in this series. If you want to learn Korean, then begin your Korean Learning journey with us! We’ll be using the book […]
I am going to start a new Korean language lesson series in which we will study the Korean level 1 textbook from Language Education Institute of Seoul nation University. Watch the video below for the details. Link to download the textbook – https://bit.ly/2WpfZek
You have mastered Korean language script Hangeul, its sounds and the syllable structure of Korean. Now you can read almost any Korean text with perfect accuracy. Before moving to Korean grammar and other advanced stuff let’s practice what we have learnt till now. The following words are commonly used for the name of places, brand, restaurants, […]
Korean words are not always pronounced as they are written. Often the pronunciations of letters change according to various rules. The good thing is that these sound changes make the words easy to pronounce. To learn the perfect Korean pronunciation, it is necessary to understand these pronunciation rules. Here in this lesson, we will see […]
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to talk about jobs and professions in Korean. We will learn the Korean words related to most common professions. We will also cover the sentences that we can use to ask about someone’s job or talk about our own job.
In this lesson we will learn names of countries in Korean and we will also learn how to talk about nationalities. For example – how to ask someone which country they are from.
In this lesson, we will learn how to have a conversation in Korean language when we we meet someone for the first time. We will learn how to introduce ourself and how to ask someone’s name, nationality, profession etc.
This is our first Korean grammar lesson. In this lesson we will learn the basic structure of Korean sentences. We will learn how to make very basic sentences like – “What is this/that?”, “This/that is Noun.”.
In this lesson, we will learn the most basic Korean greetings and expressions that you can use in everyday life.
We have learnt how to read and write Korean script Hangul. In lesson 3 we also learnt the syllable structure of Korean and saw that a syllable block can be made by combining one vowel and one consonant or one final consonant (Phatchim) can also be added below the two letters. After understanding this, concept […]