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Talk To Me In Korean

By G9Languages

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The key to learning Korean is how easy it is to stay motivated to learn the language. At, we provide free lessons, fun video shows, and a store section that will meet all your Korean learning needs.

Customer Reviews


I just started learning Korean so I have been racing through iTunes to get as many Korean podcast as I can. I have listened to many but this one was definately the best. It helped me a lot and they didn't have the wired microphone problems some other ones did. It's also cute hearing these two talk they seem to be having a lot of fun with eachother.

Wow! Such a great podcast

Um wow, they mean business. The hosts are entertaining and easy to follow, the PDFs are crisp and easthetically pleasing, they have a wiki & their website is AMAZING. 5 stars are not enough

Helpful and Entertaining

Talk to Me in Korean has everything a good podcast should. Not only are the lessons effective and clear, they are also entertaining! The light hearted banter between the two hosts gives this podcast a fun edge that everyone can enjoy. Not only is it fun to listen to, the podcast has an extremely supportive website complete with PDFs and supportive critique from the teachers. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced Korean student, the variety of material this podcast provides: lessons, videos, vocabulary and cultural shorts, and sessions completely in Korean called "Iyagi", makes this one of the most helpful language podcasts I've ever listened to. Thank you, TTMIK!