Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new contender for best Korean textbook, possibly knocking Korean Grammar in Use off its pedestal. While browsing my university library collection of Korean resources I hit the jackpot – Modern Korean: An Intermediate Reader by Nam-Kil Kim.
I’ve recommended the dongsa online verb conjugator previously and the app is just as good!
A book I happened to pick up in a Sydney Korean bookshop, 한국어 회화 2 from 고려대학교 출판부 was a pleasant surprise.
Say hello to my new favourite grammar textbook.
One of the most difficult things for those self-studying languages is getting your written work corrected, especially if you don’t have a friend who is fluent in the language you are learning. lang-8 is designed to solve this problem.
Arirang Korean Basics 1 was my first Korean textbook I got and used to self-study, and its quite a good one ^^ Korean Basics 1 is broken up into 65 units (2-3 pages each), each with a dialogue, key vocabulary, grammar focus points, revision practice and an insight into Korean culture, such as historical figures, …
haven’t had much luck in finding useful apps for Korean learners, but when 남자친구 downloaded the “YBM 올인올 영한영 사전 – English Korean English DIC” app for his mum I decided to check it out.