Essential Online Korean Study Tools

online korean tools:

ONE: Naver dictionary, I’d be lost without you!

TWO: TTMIK, ditto.

THREE: Korean Wiki Project, hundreds of Korean proverbs, slang and idioms and even info on dialects.

FOUR: Lang-8. Corrections on my Korean writing practice from native speakers? I’m in!

FIVE: Dong-sa, never shall I conjugate a verb incorrectly again!


3 thoughts on “Essential Online Korean Study Tools

  1. admin says:

    You’re not familiar with Quizlet? I’ve been using it since I started learning Korean.It’s a free web app for flash cards with games and tests.

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