Learn Korean for Beginners: The Ultimate 95-Lesson Course
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You learn Korean minutes into your first lesson. Learn to speak, read and write with 95 video lessons by real teachers.
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  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • 150 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Read and Write in Korean
  • Sound like a Native Speaker with Pronunciation Lessons
  • Participate in Basic Korean Conversations and Use Daily Phrases
  • Understand and Pick Up on Basic Conversations
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Requirements
  • No Prerequisite Knowledge of Korean Needed
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Description

Are you ready to start speaking, writing and understanding Korean in minutes? Then, this is the course for you. You unlock 95 high-quality beginner video lessons and we’ll guide you step-by-step.

Learn Korean with lessons made by real teachers.

In every lesson, we take you by the hand and guide you through the language.

You will...

  • Learn How to Read and Write Korean
  • Sound like a Native Speaker with Pronunciation Lessons
  • Learn Basic Korean Conversation Skills with the 3-Minute Video Series
  • Sharpen Your Listening with Comprehension Lessons
  • Get Access to 95 High-Definition Video Lessons
  • Unlock Bonus Access to Lesson Transcripts and Vocabulary Lists

This is the ultimate starting point for any beginner. 

By the end, you’ll be able to hold basic Korean conversations – such as introducing yourself, asking for directions and making small talk with others. You’ll also know how to read and write in Korean.

If you’re a beginner and want to learn Korean in the fastest, easiest and most fun way, start here. This course is broken up into 5 parts:

  1. Hana Hana Hangul Videos: In this video series of twenty lessons, you will learn the Korean alphabet, known as Hangul. We will teach you Hangul using simple steps, showing you the correct stroke order, helpful tricks for memorization, and proper usage in common Korean words. If you want to get started reading and writing Korean, this is THE place to start. You'll learn Korean in mere minutes with these audio and video lessons, so join us for Hana Hana Hangul from KoreanClass101!
  2. Ultimate Korean Pronunciation Guide: Ready to sound like a native Korean speaker? Join Alisha and Ara in the Ultimate Korean Pronunciation Series! In these 25 video lessons, you'll learn the ins and outs of perfect Korean pronunciation. You'll learn the common mistakes learners make, how to avoid them, and the nuances that only native speakers are aware of.
  3. Learn Korean in Three Minutes: In Korea, manners are important, and in this 25-lesson series, you'll learn some of the basics you need to be polite while speaking Korean. Amy will take you step-by-step through must-know phrases like "Do you speak English?" and "Hello, my name is…". See the phrases broken down on screen while native Korean speaker Amy explains the grammar and composition. Plus, you'll get some special tips on how to be extra authentic when interacting with native Korean speakers. The best part? You'll do all this in just 3 quick minutes.
  4. Korean Listening Comprehension for Absolute Beginners: Improve your Korean listening skills in every lesson! This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Listen to the dialog, watch the video, and answer the questions asked. This video series is perfect for Absolute Beginners.
  5. Korean Listening Comprehension for Beginners: Ready to understand even more Korean? This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Listen to the dialog, watch the video, and answer the questions asked. This video series is perfect for Beginner Korean learners or those looking to reach a Beginner level.
Who is the target audience?
  • Absolute Beginners of Korean
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95 Lectures
05:04:20
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Hana Hana Hangul
20 Lectures 01:36:24

Hana Hana means “Step by Step” in Korean, and that’s just how we’re going to tackle the Hangul. In this lesson, we'll show you how to write the basic Hangul vowels in Korean: ㅇ,ㅏ, andㅣ, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters. 

Preview 05:16

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In this lesson, we'll show you how to write more basic Hangul vowels in Korean: ㅑ,ㅓ, and ㅕ, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters. Please pay attention to these confusing characters.

Hangul Basic Vowels 2 (ㅑ, ㅓ, ㅕ)
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In this lesson, we'll show you how to write the basic Hangul vowels in Korean: ㅗ, ㅛ, ㅜ, ㅠ, ㅡ, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters. Compare these five new vowels to the others that you already know. 

Hangul Basic Vowels 3 ㅗ, ㅛ, ㅜ, ㅠ, ㅡ
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In this lesson, we'll show you how to write the basic Hangul consonants in Korean: ㄱ,ㅋ,ㅎ, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters. Pay attention to the number of strokes.

Hangul Basic Consonants 1: ㄱ,ㅋ,ㅎ
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In the last lesson, we started on the consonants and learned three of them. In this lesson, we'll show you how to write some more basic Hangul consonants in Korean: ㄴ,ㄷ,ㅌ,ㄹ, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters.

Hangul Basic Consonants 2: ㄴ,ㄷ,ㅌ,ㄹ
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In this lesson, we'll show you how to write some more basic Hangul consonants in Korean: ㅁ,ㅂ,ㅍ, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters. You now know well over half of the characters in written Korean, and we’ll learn another three today! Ready? Let’s get started!

Hangul Basic Consonants 3:ㅁ,ㅂ,ㅍ
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In the last lesson, we learned these three consonants. Only three more basic characters left, and we’ll learn them all in this lesson! In this lesson, we'll show you how to write some more basic Hangul consonants in Korean: ㅅ,ㅈ,ㅊ, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters. All three of today’s characters are related in shape and in sound. We’ll start with the simplest one.

Hangul Basic Consonants 4 - ㅅ, ㅈ, ㅊ
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You just made it to an important milestone: you now know all of the characters in written Korean. The rules for combining them and quirks about the pronunciation is the focus of future lessons, but for now, let’s take a break from new things and make sure you’ve got a solid foundation to build on! In this lesson, we'll review the basic Hangul vowels and consonants we've learned so far and teach you a few words you can write with these characters.

Hangul Basic Vowels and Consonants Review
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You’ve mastered the 10 basic vowels and the 14 basic consonants.
Now you’re ready to take your knowledge of the Korean writing system to the next level. That’s what we’ll be covering in this and future lessons. You’ll learn special rules for using the characters you already know to express every possible word in the Korean language.

In this lesson, we'll show you how to write and pronounce the basic Hangul double consonants, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters.

Hangul Double Consonants 1
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We talked about the consonants 까 and 또, and today we’ll look at three new double consonants. In this lesson, we'll show you how to write and pronounce more of the basic Hangul double consonants, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters.

Hangul Double Consonants 2
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You just finished learning about double consonants in Hangul. Combined with the original characters you learned early on, you now know 19 different consonant sounds in Korean. Are you able to distinguish between them all?

In this lesson, we'll show you how to write the Hangul final consonant, bat-chim, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters.

Hangul Bat-chim 1
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We’re continuing our introduction to the batchim position, which refers to the consonant after vowel in a syllable. In this lesson, we'll teach you more about the Hangul final consonant, bat-chim, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these characters.

Hangul Bat-chim 2
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In the last lesson, we introduced the batchim position -- consonants at the end of syllables in Korean. We already saw some of the tricky ways consonants change their sound when they’re in that position. Now we’re going to explain what happens when two consonant sounds run into each other.

In this lesson, we'll teach you two Hangul Bat-chim Rules; Lenition and Fortis. Are you ready to learn more Korean characters and words?

Hangul Bat-chim Rules 1: Lenition and Fortis
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In the last lesson, we began to talk about some rules for pronouncing the 받침 bat-chim. There are seven rules and we covered the first two of them. We’re going to cover the next two today. Here we go!

In this lesson, we'll teach you another two Hangul Bat-chim Rules: Aspiration and Nasalization. 

Hangul Bat-Chim Rules 2: Aspiration and Nasalization
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We’re about to finish up our explanation of the batchim(받침) rules. If you’ve made it this far, keep going! Hangul will get much easier once you’ve mastered these rules. You know four of the seven basic rules, as shown here. We’ll learn the last three now.

In this lesson, we'll teach you the final three Hangul Bat-chim Rules: Flowing, Palatalization, and Special Rules with the consonant Hieung

Hangul Batchim Rules 3: Flowing, Palatalization, and Special Rules with the Cons
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In the last lesson, we looked at some rules that change the sound of Hangul characters. In this lesson, we’ll discuss what happens when you have not one, but two consonants in the 받침(bat-chim). We'll teach you about the categories of Hangul Double Final Consonants. 

Hangul Double Final Consonants
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In the last lesson, we looked at double consonants in the bat-chim position. In this lesson, we’re going to return to vowels. Yes, you already know all the vowels. But this time, we’re going to talk about combining vowels to make more complex sounds.

In this lesson, we'll teach you about Hangul double vowels. 


Hangul Double Vowels 1
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In the last lesson, we looked at four compound vowels. Those four vowels were a combination of two vertical vowels. Today we will look at vowels that are a combination of one vertical and one horizontal vowel.

So, you'll be able to learn more about Hangul double vowels.

Hangul Double Vowels 2
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In the last lesson, we began looking at vowels that combined horizontal and vertical strokes, and we learned four of them. In this lesson, we will finish up the double vowels -- and the Hangul! -- with just three more sounds.

So, you'll be able to familiarize Hangul double vowels.

Hangul Double Vowels 3
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Do you remember way back to lesson one of this series? We learned ㅏ, ㅣ, and the placeholder ㅇ. You only knew three characters. But now, you know 51 and can read about 11,000 letters in Korean.

In this lesson, we’ll stop learning the writing system and begin using it! You will learn a lot of important Korean phrases that you’ll find yourself using all the time! Here, you'll be able to review everything from this whole series. Let’s see how many you can read.  Are you ready?

Hangul Final Review
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Ultimate Korean Pronunciation Guide
10 Lectures 45:53

In this series, you'll master Korean pronunciation. Proper pronunciation is essential in Korean, and in this series, you'll learn it in a fast, comprehensive, and easy way.

In this first lesson of the series, you'll learn two key points for mastering Korean pronunciation.

Preview 03:11

You're on the path to mastering Korean pronunciation!

In this lesson, you'll learn the Top 5 Korean Pronunciation Mistakes to Avoid. 

In the next lesson, you'll master the 5 Korean vowels.

Top 5 Korean Pronunciation Mistakes to Avoid
04:35

So far we've introduced you to the basics, and covered the top 5 mistakes Korean learners make and how to avoid them.

In this lesson, you'll learn how to pronounce Korean vowels correctly.

Make sure you master these sounds because you'll need these vowels to properly speak in Korean.

Perfect Pronunciation of Korean Vowels, Part 1
05:38

You've mastered the pronunciation of all basic vowels in Korean.

In this lesson, you'll learn the remaining 3 basic vowels and two extra vowels. The vowels in this lesson do not sound like anything in English, so listen carefully!

Perfect Pronunciation of Korean Vowels, Part 2
03:36

In this lesson, you're going to learn about double vowels. Master these sounds, because in the next lesson, you'll master the first set of consonants. Look closely, and you'll see that it's actually two separate vowels. Because of this, they are callled 'double-vowels'.

Perfect Pronunciation of Korean Double Vowels
03:52

Since we've mastered vowels, we're going to start learning how to pronounce Korean consonants. In this lesson, we'll take a look at the consonants that make nasal sounds.

Pronouncing Korean Consonants, Part 1
06:32

In this lesson, you'll master these un-aspirated consonants. These consonants are important to learn correctly because in the next two lessons, you'll learn alternate versions of them with aspirated and tensed sounds.

Pronouncing Korean Consonants, Part 2
04:33

In the last lesson, we learned the pronunciation of these unaspirated consonants.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to pronounce the aspirated versions of those consonants

Pronouncing Korean Consonants, Part 3
05:02

In this lesson, you'll learn the pronunciation of tensed consonants. These are also called 'double-consonants' becuase they look like two consonants next to each other. These tensed-consonants sound like the unaspirated versions, but have a heavier and more stressed sound.

Pronouncing Korean Consonants, Part 4
06:16

In this lesson, you'll learn how a consonant sound changes when it's placed on the bottom of a character. Have you heard what to call a consonant when it's placed at the bottom of a character? Let's find out.

Pronouncing Korean Consonants, Part 5
02:38
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Learn Korean in Three Minutes
25 Lectures 01:26:22

In this series, we’re going to learn basic Korean expressions. It’s super easy and it takes only three minutes! In this lesson, you're going to learn how to introduce yourself in Korean. 

Preview 03:59

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In the last lesson, we learned how to introduce ourselves in Korean. As good manners are must everywhere, today we are going to learn how to thank people. There are several ways to do so.

Korean Manners
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In the last lesson, we learned how to thank people by saying 감사합니다 and 고마워. In this lesson we’ll learn some of the most common greetings used in Korea. Are you ready? Then let’s start!

Greetings
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In the last lesson, we learned the most common forms of greetings in Korean. Do you remember them? In this lesson we’re going to learn a very useful phrase: “Do you speak English?” If you find yourself in a situation where you need assistance in English, this phrase can be a lifesaver.

Do you speak English?
03:39

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In the last lesson, we learned the phrase 실례하지만 영어 하세요? Or "Excuse me, do you speak English?"

Today we’re going to learn several ways to apologize in Korean. Are you ready? Let’s start!

Apologies
04:18

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In the last lesson, we learned some words used when apologizing in Korean, including 죄송합니다 and 미안해. In this lesson we are going to learn some numbers.

There are actually two systems of counting in Korean. In this lesson you're going to learn the Chinese-based numbers one to ten. And you're going to learn them in only three minutes, 삼분!


Chinese-based Numbers 1-10
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In the last lesson, we learned the Chinese-based numbers from one to ten. It's great that you can count to ten. But did you know there's a whole other way to do that?

In this lesson, you'll learn how to count from 1-10 in native Korean numbers.

Native Numbers 1-10
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Two lessons ago, we learned to count from one to ten using Chinese numbers. In the last lesson, we learned a whole other way to count from one to ten—using native Korean numbers!

In this lesson, you'll learn how to count from 11-100 in Korean.

Numbers 11-100
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In the last three lessons we learned how to count in Korean. In this lesson we’ll learn how to ask the prices of things. Which number system shall we use? Because the name of the Korean currency, the won, is based on a Chinese character, we will use Chinese numbers while doing this.

In this lesson, you'll learn how to ask "How Much?" in Korean.

How Much?
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In the last lesson we learned the phrase, 얼마에요? ("How much is it?"). We also learned how to understand the answer. It will be a Chinese-based number followed by the word 원 and 이에요. By now, you should be able to understand any amount up to 999 won. But that won’t get you very far in Korea! Coins come in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, and 500 won. Bills come in 1000, 5000, 10000, and recently 50000.

In this lesson, you'll learn how to talk about prices in Korean.

Currency
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In the last lesson we learned how to count Korean currency won. This time we'll learn how to negotiate prices. Haggling is pretty common in smaller markets in Korea, especially outdoor ones. We don't do it in most stores, though. There, the prices are what they are. Let's say you're shopping in a market where you can negotiate, what will you say?

In this lesson, you'll learn how to get a bargain in Korean.

Bargaining
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In the last lesson, we learned how to ask for a 할인, a "discount." Today, we are going to teach you some phrases you can use when entering a restaurant. Before you start eating, you have to get the table! So, in today’s lesson, we'll cover getting to the table. Later you'll know what to say when you arrive at a restaurant in Korean.

Going to a Restaurant
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In the last lesson, we learned how to get a table at a restaurant. Today, we are going to learn how to order your food and drinks. Are you ready? Let’s go!

Ordering at a Restaurant
04:21

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In the last lesson, we saw how to order food in Korean. At most Korean restaurants, the waiters won't come automatically when you finish your food, but instead they will come when called. So when you're done eating and ready to go, it's up to you to ask for the check. In this lesson, you'll learn how to get the check at a restaurant in Korean.

Getting the Check at a Restaurant
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In the last lesson, we learned what to say at the end of a meal. In this lesson, we'll learn how to ask about places nearby. Let's start with a bar!

Is There a Store Near Here?
03:20

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In the last lesson, we learned how to say 근처에 약국이 있어요? which means, is there pharmacy nearby? This time we'll be riding a bus in Korea.
Are you ready? Let’s buy the ticket!

Riding the Bus, Part 1
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In the last lesson, we covered how to say 티머니 카드 주세요 which means, give me a T-Money card! In this lesson, we'll learn how to find out where your bus is going.
Are you ready? Let’s get started!

Riding the Bus, Part 2
03:13

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In the last lesson, we covered how to ask whether a bus is going to the right destination. Today, we'll make sure you get off at the right stop!
Are you ready? Let's start!

Riding the Bus, Part 3
02:41

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In the last lesson, we finished our talk about buses in Korea. Today, we get off the bus and arrive at a beautiful place. Let’s find out how to ask someone for a picture.

Having Your Picture Taken
02:17

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In the last lesson the last lesson, we covered to ask to take a picture, 사진 좀 찍어주시겠어요?, "Can you please take my picture?" Today we are going to learn what to say when you don't know what something is called in Korean. 

How Do You Say This in Korean?
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In the last lesson, we learned how to ask "How do you say it in Korean?" In this lesson, we’ll learn a phrase that will help you read, not just talk. That is how to ask someone to write something down in Korean.

Let’s start!


Can You Write it Down?
02:49

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In the last lesson, we learned how to say "Can you write it down?" in Korean. Today, we are going to learn how to find a place we can exchange money and also, learn what to say at the window.

Foreign Exchange
02:34

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In the last lesson, we covered what to say when exchanging money. Today, we are going to learn how to express our own opinions using 좋아요 and 싫어요, which mean "I like it" and "I don’t like it,".

In English, we say "I like [something]" and "I don't like [something]." Liking is something you “do”. But in Korean, the pattern is a bit different. Let's find out!

Saying "I like it!"
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In the last lesson, we covered how to express our own opinions using "I like it" and "I don’t like it." In this lesson we will learn how to ask for directions.

Do you remember what this means,
근처에 뭐가 있어요? What is there nearby?

So this time, we will learn what the answers would be!

Let’s start with the basic directions!

Directions
03:34

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In the last lesson, we covered directions in Korean. Today we are going to learn how to ask for, and give, the time. What time is it? Let's find out!

Talking About Time
03:11

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Korean Listening Comprehension for Absolute Beginners
20 Lectures 33:36

In this lesson, listen to a conversation set in a bookstore. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Preview 01:44

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation set in a restaurant. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

At a Korean Restaurant
01:30

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In this lesson, listen to a phone call to the doctor's office. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Calling the Korean Doctor's Office
01:30

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In this lesson, listen to a journal entry being read out loud. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Reading a Korean Journal
01:35

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about a photograph. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Looking At a Photograph from South Korea
01:28

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about going to the movies. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Seeing a Movie in South Korea
01:45

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about buying a shirt. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Shopping for a Shirt in South Korea
01:54

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation set in a burger shop. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Ordering a Burger in Korean
01:31

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about baking a cake. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Baking a Cake in South Korea
01:45

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about making plans. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Making Plans for the Day in Korean
01:50

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation between a student and a teacher. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Getting Help from the Teacher in South Korea
02:03

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation set in a restaurant. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Ordering Lunch at a Restaurant in South Korea
01:43

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about choosing a place to wait. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Choosing a Place to Wait in South Korea
01:38

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about making vacation plans. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Talking About Vacation Plans in Korean
01:50

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about breakfast. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Talking About Breakfast in Korean
01:40

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation set in a department store. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Finding What You Want at a Department Store in South Korea
01:40

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about age. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Talking About your Age in Korean
01:29

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation set in a clothing boutique. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Shopping at a Boutique in South Korea
01:48

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about who's attending a party. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Talking About a Party in Korean
01:37

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In this lesson, listen to a conversation about arranging furniture in a room. Look at the image, listen to the question, listen to the dialogue and answer the question. Learn new vocabularies too! This is perfect for absolute beginners.

Arranging Furniture in a Room
01:36

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Korean Listening Comprehension for Beginners
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Listen to a conversation in a jewelry store. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Preview 02:24

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Listen to a conversation about rearranging an office. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Rearranging the Office in South Korea
02:19

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Listen to a conversation about grocery shopping. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Getting Some Groceries in South Korea
02:29

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Listen to a weather report. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Listening to a Korean Forecast
01:25

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Listen to a conversation about redesigning a business card. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Discussing a New Design in Korean
02:35

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Listen to a conversation about getting directions. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Getting Korean Directions
02:00

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Listen to a conversation about choosing drinks for a meeting. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Choosing a Drink in South Korea
01:55

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Listen to a conversation set in a computer store. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Shopping for a Computer in South Korea
02:11

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Listen to a conversation about a travel schedule. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Talking About Your Schedule in Korean
01:49

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Listen to a conversation about ordering pizza. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Ordering a Pizza in Korean
02:01

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Listen to a conversation about a restaurant's opening hours. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Asking about a Restaurant's Opening Hours in Korean
02:06

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Listen to a conversation about choosing a delivery time. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Choosing a Delivery Time in South Korea
02:13

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Listen to a conversation about when and which medicines to take for an illness. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Talking About Medicines in Korean
02:00

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Listen to a conversation about someone's family. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Talking About Your Family in Korean
02:05

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Listen to a conversation about choosing a pair of glasses. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Choosing a Pair of Glasses in South Korea
02:22

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Listen to a conversation about changing a dentist appointment. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Rescheduling a Dentist Appointment in South Korea
02:18

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Listen to a conversation about locating a friend's apartment. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Finding A Friend's Apartment in South Korea
01:58

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Listen to a conversation about renting DVDs. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Renting a DVD in South Korea
01:57

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Listen to a conversation about the time. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

What Time is it Now in South Korea?
01:54

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Listen to a conversation about choosing a seat on a plane. This Korean Listening Comprehension Series tests you on your listening and makes sure you understand every word. Plus, you'll learn new words and phrases. Perfect for Beginners!

Choosing a Seat on a Flight in South Korea
02:04

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