안녕! (Hello!) ♥
Hello everyone! I am more than happy to share to you the resources I use to learn Korean. But like what I've said on my February Update, I am not yet fluent and I'm only beginning to learn the language. For now, I will be sharing to you all the online resources that I like. I just want to clarify that all that's listed are my own personal choices. There are a lot of resources that you can find online. I have chosen these resources because I want to understand the language and not just speak Korean. I want to take this learning journey seriously and I don't want to just memorize phrases. I want to make sure that I am understanding what I need to learn. Alright then let's cut this short and start with the list!
- I've chosen these websites because they have intensive lessons. Starting with Hangul (Korean Alphabet) and so on. The websites are very easy to navigate so it won't be very hard to start your learning journey right away.
Learn Korean Language: http://www.learnkoreanlanguage.com
LP's Korean Language Learning: http://www.learnkoreanlp.com
LANGUAGE EXCHANGE SITES:
- If you want to be more fluent in speaking and writing the language, might as well practice. And what better option do you have than speaking with native Koreans? Good thing we have free online language exchange sites.
My Language Exchange: http://www.mylanguageexchange.com/Learn/Korean.asp
- If you are more on the audiovisual side, check out the YouTube channels below. They have very engaging videos and it makes learning Korean easier and enjoyable.
Sweet and Tasty: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9aWBNR-mDNzgRsO3XLJ7uw
Hyungseok Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8Smjkw_cjg
Before I end this post, I just want to make it clear that I am in no way being paid to promote the listed websites, I included them because of personal preferences. It is your sole responsibility if you will be engaging in the said sites. I have no other intentions but to only help in learning the Korean Language. If you find anything in this post that violates any law or such, please feel free to inform me.
I hope you like this post! I will be sharing more resources and some printables to help in practicing Korean. You may want to subscribe to get the latest posts. Until my next post! 가세요! (Goodbye!)