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Our application is a great chance to learn the basis of the foreign language fast and effectively.

Unique study method. No more grinding repetitive words translation that will slip your mind soon.

You're supposed to figure out the meaning like children learn to speak. They link what they hear with what they see and learn the meaning of each word or phrase comparing the differences between actions or things.

Nail down the knowledge that you grasp with the help of writing tasks.

The full version offers:
- 30 lessons with increasing difficulty levels
- 1800 words and phrases voiced by male and female native narrators
- over 1500 colorful images

There is a free version to try before you buy. It contains 3 lessons: from the beginning, middle and the end of the course. They are given to show the method and the course level that we offer

About 5 million people all over the world have already chosen our application as a fair companion. Give it a try too!

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What's New

Version 1.55

* new audio format makes application smaller and sound - better

Ratings and Reviews

Lore 143

Korean in a month

Since the update I can't even open the app! Please fix. But prior to the update it was useful although I found some errors in a few of the lessons. But otherwise it was a fun way to review my Korean.

+ Crusader +

Qué mal en todo respeto!

This concept sounds good, but the app fails on so many levels.

This app will not teach you the writing system, for one thing.

Also, it rushes you through a lesson too fast to really absorb any of the vocabulary long-term. The way it shows you a picture to be associated with a Korean word with no translation causes confusion (e.g. A picture of a man hugging a large tree goes with the word 큰 - so, does this new word mean "big," "tree," "hug," "wide," or what?). And the pictures are not of Korean things anyway: white people, and - of all things - polar bears! The whole "learn like a child" thing means there is no explanation for anything whatsoever; you really have to know a bit about Korean already to get it right with such an app. Especially when you tale into account that the app is filled with typos.


Punctuation and spelling errors

On the writing part there are some errors that are really annoying, for instance boy is 남자아이가, but I have to type 남아아이가 or else I get it wrong because of a typo in the app. Also in the writing part, sometimes you need commas, sometimes there is a question mark with a period after it, and then the spacing, can all make you get wrong answers, even when typed out correctly. I think the app is really good, but those problems have been really irritating while I try to figure out which incorrect grammar I need to get a right answer. If those problems are fixed I will definitely give it 5 stars.


Elky Entertainment, LLC
79.9 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
© Elky Entertainment 2016
In-App Purchases
  1. Complete course $2.99
  2. Lessons pack 1 $0.99
  3. Lessons pack 3 $0.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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