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Learn Korean | KoreanClass101.com

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KoreanClass101.com is an innovative and fun way of learning the Korean language and culture at your own convenience and pace. Our language training system consists of free daily podcast audio lessons, video lessons, Korean Word of the Day, a premium learning center, and a vibrant user community. Stop by KoreanClass101.com today for a Premium 7-Day Free Trial and Lifetime Account!

Customer Reviews

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I LOVE Koreanclass101! I signed up months ago, but I love that I can get it on my iPod. VERY helpful! If your interested in learning Korean, then this is THE Podcast for you! so helpful and easy to understand. Everything is broken down and repeated for beginners, and the dialog and review track REALLY help. GREAT!

Very good - very very good :)

Definitely recommended for those wishing to learn Korean. Each episode gives small chunks of vocabulary that are related to each other. Words are repeated and said slowly and translated so it is easy to hear the pronouciations and learn the word. You don't need to worry about remembering everything as the words you learn are often used in future episodes. The best thing is that the episodes are interesting. The two presenters talk easily, explain things and relate the words to Korean culture. The examples they use can be humourous, too. As you listen you can also read the transcripts of the conversation examples on-screen and see the Hangul, romanised-Hangul and English translations. This is good for people who like the visual side of learning more. You can also get notes on each episode online, to further help learning. I would give 10 out of 10 as haven't had any problems at all so far.