Korean language courses, dictionaries, phrasebooks and other language learning materials.
by Mark Vincent and Jaehoon Yeon
- a good introduction to spoken and written Korean. Includes a course book containing dialogues, in both the Hangul and Latin alphabets, grammatical notes, exercises and cultural information, together with two cassettes or CDs with recordings of some of the dialogues and exercises.
by Ross King and Jaehoon Yeon
- a good introductory course in written and spoken Korean. Includes dialogues, clear grammatical explanations and good vocabulary building exercises. Most of the Korean text is in Hangul only. The accompanying CD includes recordings of the dialogues and some of the exercises.
by Judith Meyer
- Using a unique, tried and tested algorithm, this book teaches you how to quickly and efficiently recognize letters and common words in Korean script. Whether you're traveling and want to understand the words around you, or preparing to learn Korean and want to master the basics, this is the book for you.
by Ross King, Jaehoon Yeon and Insun Lee
- the sequel to Elementary Korean. Includes dialogues, exercises, clear explanations of the grammar and introduces a lot of new vocabulary. The accompanying CD includes recordings of the dialogues and some of the exercises.
by Young-Mee Cho, et al
- possibly the best Korean language course currently available. There are four levels: beginning, intermediate, advanced intermediate and advanced. Each level is roughly equivalent to a year of university/college study. The books cover speaking, listening, reading and writing with many examples, exercises and drills. There are also clear explanations of grammar and cultural notes. Free audio files of the dialogues are available online. This is course is best suited to those with a basic knowledge of Korean. It isn't really suitable for complete beginners.
by Miho Choo
- a comprehensive collection of Korean vocabulary covering both native Korean and words of Chinese origin. Suitable for intermediate to advanced level students of Korean.
by Nam-Kil Kim
- a textbook designed to help you to develop your Korean reading proficiency, with exercises that reinforce skills learned through conversation practice. Covers a variety of topics, such as Korean history, geography, holidays, literature, and people.
- Glossika's audiovisual method helps you master comprehension and achieve fluency. Great on its own, or the perfect companion to your ongoing studies.
Buy from: Glossika.com
- a Korean dictionary suitable for beginners.
by Minjungsearims Editorial Staff
- a comprehensive Korean dictionary suitable for intermediate to advanced level students of the language.
by Minkyoung Kim and J. D. Hilts
by Iksop Lee, S. Robert Ramsey
- an accessible, comprehensive book on the Korean language - its structure and history, and its cultural and sociological setting.
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