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5 Best Korean Learning Apps for Beginners

5 Best Korean Learning Apps for Beginners

The best way to learn Korean is through lessons with a Korean teacher, but supplemental study materials - such as Korean learning apps - can be very beneficial for language students as well. Learning to speak Korean can be challenging, especially for English speakers. The language has a different alphabet, Hangul, and it contains sounds that aren't found in English. Fortunately, between YouTube lessons and language learning apps, there are lots of helpful resources available. Check out … Read More

5 Best Korean Learning Apps for Beginners
The best way to learn Korean is through lessons with a Korean teacher, but supplemental study materials - such as Korean learning apps - can be very beneficial for language students as well. Learning to speak Korean can be challenging, especially for English speakers. The language has a different alphabet, Hangul, and it contains sounds that aren't found in English. Fortunately, between YouTube lessons and language learning apps, there are lots of helpful resources available. Check out
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Learning Korean isn't just about memorizing vocabulary, it's also about embracing the culture. You can't learn Korean without being exposed to one of the most popular aspects of pop culture, Korean pop music. Korean pop is one of the hottest music genres, not only in Korea, but worldwide. The popularity of K-pop isn't just because of the catchy tunes, but also because of the gorgeous stars and teen idols who have major star power and a huge global fan following. Listening to K-pop song
Quiz: What Country Were You Meant to Live In?
Do you ever get the feeling that you don’t REALLY belong in the land of big macs and slurpees? Sure, you love living in the land of opportunity and there are things in the U.S. that you couldn't imagine living without. That being said, you’re ready for a change. Don’t worry, there’s a country that perfectly matches your personality—no matter how quirky or eccentric you are. Take this fun and easy quiz to see where you should live. Before you pack your bags and board a plane to Ita
The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future
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Mark Your Calendar: 20 Korean Holidays
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