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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

Top Knotch Korean

I've been living in Korea and studying the language for a year and a half. This is easily one of the best websites for learning Korean. It is certainly one of the most comprehensive Korean language podcasts. Come learn Korean as it is ACTUALLY SPOKEN in Korea!

One of the best ways I've learned Korean

I have been trying to learn Korean in a long period without any kind of base or starting point. After finding KoreanClass101 online, I listened to their podcasts, and now, I have been more eager and determined to learn the language. :) The podcasts are helpful and are fun to listen to. They even have notes that you can look at on your iPod, while following the lessons. This is definitely a good start to learn Korean. It's definitely helpful =D!

Impressed ...but angry

The free podcasts are complemented by non-free material available on their website, which everyone can access through their free 7-days trial. As a newbie to Korean, I have been quite impressed: it is highly professional, lively, interesting, the voice of actors is great and stimulating, the flow of information is remarkably well-paced. There is a variety of material, that makes thoughtful use of technology (for ex. short and nice iPod vocabulary videos). I am grateful for all this audios, PDFs and videos I could download for free. UNFORTUNATELY, when I decided to subscribe to their much touted $10/month plan, I discovered that I had to pay $240 for 24 months. Call me naive if you want, but my feeling is: cutting-edge technology for the lessons, good old bait-and-switch for the pricing.