Learn to speak Korean at Korean Class

Just stumbled across a Korean language site that might be helpful for those of you studying!

I haven't really picked up much any Korean at all. I learned most of my Spanish from books and self-study, but I don't seem to be able to do the same with the Korean language. But to be honest, I haven't sat down and really put a ton of time into it.

I know a few handful of words/phrases that we learned before Little Man came home, and since then just added some words learned by listening to Little Man's Korean baby books. (You know those kind of books where you push the button to hear the word for pig, cow, etc?) But the words on his book are sort of obscure...I doubting there will be much of a need to say things like 'rainbow' or 'butterfly' in everyday conversation.

Any tips on learning Korean out there?

Here's the site. Let me know if anyone finds it helpful!



  1. Thanks for the website! I'll check it out. As for us... Spencer is learning from his Master, and I'm just trying to keep up! I think Korean school will happen (for all of us) in the fall.

  2. KWOW (korean word of the week) on youtube is a great way to learn Korean words - and it is a lot of fun too! Good for the whole family.

  3. Sigh. I watch KWOW but somehow nothing is sticking in my brain!! Picked up some children's Korean books at the library today. Wish me luck.


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