TalkToMeInKorean’s Korean Grammar Lessons

  • Liezl Mandap

    Best way to learn Korean.. Thank you Talk to me Korean

  • Liezl Mandap

    My husband bought me 4 set with cd. Much easier to study

  • Liezl Mandap

    Thank you Talk to Me in Korean…

    • athena

      where did you buy that? 🙂

    • Juanis

      It comes with the book

    • Park Seung Ri

      WOW!!! how much was it?

  • May Ivy ONg

    how to order this book talk to me in Korean book ?

  • jaemie

    i just recently got in to conjugation of verbs and i know that 가요 (present), 갔어요(past), 갈거예요(future) are the basic tenses and that 가고 있어요 is the present progressive tense, but can you form other tenses with the ~고 있어요, like 가고 있었어요, 가고 있을 거 예요

    • Seokjin Jin

      전화 왔을 때, 밥을 먹고 있었어요.
      다른 친구가 그곳에 가고 있을 거예요.

  • 주주 DjouDjou

    Hi! I am sorry to bother but I have a question about the negative form and no way to find an answer on the french sites. 🙁 Is there a difference between 안 et 지 않다? 🙂

  • duncan

    thank you talk to me in korean.감샇ㅂ니다

  • duncan

    감사합니다 listening to your lessons al the way from kenya Nairobi

  • Samia

    Thank god there are more grammar levels !
    Studying TTMIK lessons became a daily habit & a fixed part of my daily schedule.
    Even when I’m extra busy I would find time to at least listen to the MP3 file (even if that means while taking a shower kkk) I just can’t imagine my life without TTMIK lessons!
    I reached level 8 so far, yet, this is the 1st time I leave a comment. I would fly happy if you read it <33
    LOVE U <33 SHOI-KYUNG-EUN + SON-HYUN-WOO sonsennims~

    • Seokjin Jin

      Thank you so much for your comment. I am sure Hyunwoo and Kyeong-eun will read your comment, too. I appreciate you for studying Korean with us.

  • N-RiiK L.

    Hi, I’m 14 years-old, I’m French and I fell in love with Korea’s pop music and especially, its language. I really love learnig Korea with you and I’d like to thank you for all your hard work and I’m glad the Prime Minister rewarded you for it. I had a question : I was really curious about the 4 others speech levels and I could never found a proper lesson that details the verb endings for each of the speech levels or at least Haerache, Hageche and Haoche witch is still used on Internet, apparently. Could you do a lesson about them or just send me an email to explain me, because I might explode: it really intrigues me. Of course, I’d understand if you couldn’t, anyway thank you for everyting. And I hope you will be able to continue, because thousands of people count on you and wish you the best for your lives and for the website! 감사합니다 (This is my e-mail :

  • EXOSuJuLover

    I want to ask something but I don’t know where to ask so sorry I will write it here .

    May you tell me where can I get Korean words??
    I am learning from your lessons and it’s so good ” Thank you so much for it 🙂 ” But I need to learn words so I can make sentences and so on. So please if you can help I will be thankful 🙂
    BTW I can’t buy books 🙁 :'( so I need another way.
    Thanks a lot 🙂

    • Seokjin Jin

      Do you mean vocabulary? Hm… Let me share the link of Iyagi #147.
      It will be better to buy some vocabulary product we have but if you can’t do it, I hope this link will help you a lot.

    • EXOSuJuLover

      Oh yeah.
      Thank you so much 🙂
      I wish I could but I don’t have credit card 🙁 that’s why 🙁

    • Gui Li

      You can also pay with Paypal if your bank provides the service.

    • EXOSuJuLover

      I don’t know it but I will ask 🙂 Thanks a lot 🙂
      감사합니다 🙂

    • jimmy piplup

      I suggest you make a free account on it’s a really useful site and there are tons of words for you to practice!^^ That’s where I go to get new vocab when I’m bored

    • EXOSuJuLover

      I will try it 🙂
      Thank you a lot. 🙂

    • Javii_mii

      I am not familiar with that site but in case you are still wondering where to get lots of words and some sentences and tasks to apply the words: The Active Korean books (it’s by Seoul University) have quite a lot of vocab. Just google them, you’ll find them 😉 As for The first Book the Grammar points are also really close to Level 1 here, that way you can really focus on the vocab 🙂 It helped me a lot 🙂

    • EXOSuJuLover

      Thank you so so much 🙂
      I will try to find it now 🙂

  • Lex Brisalyn Cleofas

    Thank you very much to the staff of TTMIK. I really love your grammar lessons and your podcasts. Looking forward for your future lessons and I really wish you all the best! God bless, TTMIK!

    P.S. Hi Hyunwoo 선생님! My mother loves your voice. And I love it, too! =)

  • Won

    Thank you very much for online teaching. I’m waiting for the next level.

  • Hi! ive been using TTMIK for a year, (well a summer) and ive gotton through lesson one and im starting lesson two now. and im just having some troubles finding a way to study that works efficiently.
    the way i used it last year was okay, and i know everything from lesson one but i feel like there are better ways of studying than what im doing.

    so if any of the ttmik team could help offer any ways of studying i would love to hear them!
    and if anyone else reading this, if you have a good way of studying im all ears!!
    please and thank you,


  • Park Seung Ri

    when will the next lesson be posted? can’t wit to learn the next lesson!! 😀

  • Raphael

    TTMIK이 정말 정말 도움이 되어요! 감사합니다!

  • halmari

    anyeong! ^o^

  • Jared

    안녕하세요! There seems to be a problem with the TTMIK smartphone app’s Grammar level 5, lesson 15’s PDF (이)라도)… When I try view it the pdf from lesson 13 “회” pops up instead.

  • kate

    Hi guys. Thanks for your lessons, they are really useful and funny, but when are you planning another grammar lessons? Can’t wait))) Keep doing great job♡♡♡

  • Polly6106

    안녕 TTMIK! How can I say “merry christmas” in korean?

  • Lenard Rubio

    Wow 😀 You Guys are the best!! The lessons/ideas are very easy to catch
    They are fun it their own way. plus the teacher are sooooo great 😀 😀

    • Polly6106

      I totally agree 🙂

    • KyungHwa Sun

      Thanks a lot! 🙂

  • Laurie Legendre

    I watch a lot of Korean dramas and that sparked my interest in learning Korean, I would also like to visit Seoul someday. I can say most expressions,however I can’t read Hangul. I try to learn it,but I always end up confused. Any advice?

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    • Kelly

      Hi Laurie. I know it’s a bit confusing. I taught myself Hangul in 2 days. (No, this is not a weird ad-comment, lol). You just have to be patient with it and treat it like a game. Personally, I paid for a subscription to, but you can also do it using TTMIK’s tools. There’s also awesome youtube channels for it, like the KWOW series (search KWOW and look for the channel, it’s called sweetandtastytv or something). I tried to learn Korean without hangul, but I personally think your learning will pick up 3x faster if you just learn the alphabet first. Really.

      Half-Korean American who is now studying in Seoul (Seoul’s awesome. VISIT!)

  • Janine Pressley

    I didn’t notice if you guys had a letter guide on this site. Something that I can study to learn how to read and comprehend. Like a break down to the letters and combining them to make a word. Please help…

  • Effie

    Does anyone know if this sentence is correct: 언젠가 한국에 갈 것 이다 ?

  • Nur Sabrina

    Annyonghaseyo…. I live in Malaysia how can I get your book?

  • Nur Sabrina

    By the way you guys are awesome!

  • Yan soreya

    You guys are awesome! I really wannna meet you someday…

  • 카리

    i really want to study korean and i want to know more about korean language. 고마십니다.

  • Shunamite

    thank you teachers for providing lessons for people who are interested in learning Korean!! ^__^ I really love your lessons with podcasts. those podcasts especially are very helpful. anyway, I am still in level one. can you please cheer me up because I feel very frustrated at times when I am studying Korean? thank u again and god bless! =_^

  • Sara Aous

    Thank you for providing these lessons !!
    The most important thing in learning a new language is to not give up in the middle of the way..
    And to avoid that you need a goal of what makes you want to learn it , for me I wanted to understand their language because we all have same feelings but we express it in different languages …There is just something in the Korean language that makes me love it .
    SO I promised my self I will work hard learning it and when I get the chance I will go live in Korea .
    My names is Sara Aous .
    I am 19 .
    I was born in Iraq and lived my 18 years in Iraq ,traveled to study in India last year.
    Do you think I have the chance to live and work in Korea?

  • ヘクズ

    I just love you guys!… I would’ve never thought learning korean would be such a fun experience 🙂

    P.S. Hyunwoo is my favorite