Test Your Korean – Level 1 Dialog in 100% Korean


Check how much you can understand from studying with Level 1 lessons of TalkToMeInKorean! To make the conversation more realistic, we have added some new words and expressions that did not get covered in Level 1 yet, but don’t worry; you have the PDF to use for reference!

First listen to the dialog alone without looking at the Korean transcript or translation, and then compare your understanding with the actual translation.

Let us know how much you understood!

You can view the PDF here or download it here.


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Test Your Korean – Level 1 Dialog in 100% Korean
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  • Shabrina Hanifah

    holyshit, i understand aaaalllll the coversation! it’s even in first try! hahahahahahhahha daebak!

  • vic

    Thank you so much for your great lessons! How come the subject marker -이 is used in the line “저는 선물이 없어요”? Since 민수 is the one who doesn’t have the gift, doesn’t that make him the subject of the sentence and the gift is the object?

    • egg

      민수 is talking about himself as the topic of the sentence so he uses the topic marking particle “는” (저는)
      The present is the subject of the sentence and therefore uses the subject marking particle “이” (선물이)
      The topic particle “는” can also be used when making a contrasting statement. In this case
      민수 does not have a present so when using “는” he is more or less saying “as for me, i do not have a present”

  • Living For Music

    Wow. I understood it completely when I listened it for the second time. This was fun. I’m starting level 2 now.
    가르쳐 줘서 고마워☺

  • Pinay Aussie #UNMIX

    I understood the overall context (about 70%) in the first listen even though there were a lot of unknown words. I was 90% correct in the understanding context but not word for word, so I guess that was alright. I’m still doing the workbook for level 1 right now. How do you know when it’s time to move on to the next level?

  • Scott

    I understood so little even after listening multiple times. How discouraging!