November 7, 2007 at 1:45 pm 1 comment

You already know that I live in Korea. You probably know that I am working hard to learn the language. But you might not know how easy it is for you to get started learning the language! Visit KoreanClass101.com for a wonderful Korean language podcast. I feel like I’ve seen every website there is for learning Korean – and this is absolutely one of the best. It has been in full production for just a couple months, so it is easy to get started and up to speed. The staff is very helpful in responding to comments and questions, and there is an active user community in the forums to support your learning. If you want to learn Korean, this is a great tool to add to your arsenal.

Perhaps the best feature is that you will learn about standard and intimate politeness levels early on! Many textbooks, and some classes don’t bother to teach you the common everyday Korean. You will really hear Korean as I do in Seoul!

They asked me to join their blogging team, so from time to time, you can read about my linguistic and cultural experiences with the kids at the orphanage there.


Entry filed under: Blogroll, Korean, Language, Orphans.

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  • 1. μ„ ν˜„μš°  |  November 28, 2007 at 11:24 am

    Your blogs postings at KoreanClass101 is also very helpful for many other readers and learners of Korean in understanding more about Korea, too, Austin ! Great job πŸ˜€ And your presence on the message boards and in the comment sections is a great add to the site!! πŸ˜€ Good luck on you Korean! you’re already doing great, but I hope you will keep getting better and better!

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