Welcome to Part 2 of the video series “How to read and write Hangeul”! Through this series you can learn how Korean letters are combined to make sounds and meanings. If you haven’t watched Part 1 yet, check it out by clicking here. In this part, we are looking at the consonants ㅅ, ㅂ, ㅈ, ㄹ, and the vowels ㅐ, ㅔ, ㅓ, ㅡ.
This new series for intermediate learners is called 이야기. In 이야기, we have two or more people talking about a topic in 100% Korean, while using easier vocabulary and talking at a slower pace than usual. In this episode, 진석진 and 최경은 are talking about how to deal with stress. Enjoy the lesson and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask us in the comment for the lesson!
Hello everyone! How are you doing? If you have been studying with us through Level 1, now it’s time to learn to read and write Hangeul! The reason that we didn’t start by introducing the Korean writing system from the beginning of Level 1 is because we believe that being able to understand and speak some Korean is more important than having to learn the Korean alphabet without knowing any expressions to use in real life. The video series consists of 5 videos, and in Part 1, we are introducing the letters, ㄱ, ㄴ, ㄷ, ㅁ, ㅇ, ㅏ, ㅗ, ㅜ, and ㅣ.
In this series, called “7 Random Korean Expressions”, we are going to introduce seven (or sometimes more) random Korean expressions along with relavant sample sentences. If you are beginner level learner, you can start by studying the 7 main expressions that are introduced, and if you already know those expressions, you can also study with the sample phrases used in the video. We hope you enjoy this lesson format! Thank you!
This series, 이야기 (Iyagi) is for upper beginner and intermediate learners. In 이야기, we have two or more people talking about a topic in 100% Korean, while using easier vocabulary and talking at a slower pace than usual. In this episode, 선현우 and 최경은 are talking about 서점, bookstores. Enjoy the lesson and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask us in the comment for the lesson!