Korean In Action

Korean In Action is a lesson package that will teach you the most essential words and expressions that you need to know to describe every actions in Korean. From the moment you wake up in the morning until you go to bed at night, and even while you are sleeping, you are constantly doing a lot of things, and Korean In Action will help you learn and remember the words for them.

[ Korean In Action lesson package = Audio Lessons (over 5 hours) + E-books + Over 60 Video Lessons ]

In the Korean In Action lesson package, you will see over 60 categories of actions and a total of more than 1,000 words and expressions introduced through e-books, audio lessons and video lessons. You can learn new words and phrases through the guided audio lessons and review tracks, and reinforce what you have learned with the video lessons that will help you remember the words more vividly.

The following are the categories that we are going to cover in this lesson package, and we are adding more to the list as we make the lessons.

  • Airport
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Birthday
  • Bookstore
  • Brushing teeth
  • Bus
  • Cleaning
  • Coffee shop
  • Commute
  • Cooking
  • Crossing the road
  • Dancing
  • Doing the dishes
  • Drinking
  • Driving
  • E-mail
  • Eating
  • Elevator
  • Exam
  • Exercising
  • Getting dresses
  • Glasses and contact lenses
  • Hearing
  • Job interview
  • Laundry
  • Lying down
  • Make-up
  • Marriage
  • Movie theater
  • Moving
  • Radio
  • Reading a book
  • Restaurant
  • School
  • Seeing
  • Shaving
  • Shopping for clothes
  • Shower
  • Sickness
  • Sightseeing
  • Sitting
  • Sleep
  • Soccer
  • Standing
  • Stretching
  • Subway
  • Swimming
  • Tasting
  • Taxi
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Touching
  • Train station
  • Wake up
  • Walking
  • Washing face
  • Washing hair
  • Web surfing
  • YouTube

Korean In Action
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  • Jorge

    Sign me up!!!

  • Taleen Brady

    I’m so excited for this lesson package! Just yesterday I found myself in a situation where I didn’t know how to say “going downstairs” or “going upstairs”. I couldn’t believe I had been studying Korean for 2 years and couldn’t communicate that idea. I think these lessons will really help me!

  • peony

    hey there
    as the other e-books ,after buying are we able to download them (also for the videos and audios)? ?i mean there is no need to shipping for this korean in action pack?

  • Patty Blake

    AHHH….SO excited! I can’t wait for 9/30!!*^^*

    • Seokjin Jin

      Yay!! I am sure you will love the content!

    • Patty Blake

      I also purchased the Weekly Vocabulary 1 e-book when I made the pre-order. So far, it has been FANTASTIC! Instead of feeling overwhelmed by learning a large amount at one time, it has been easy to commit to studying everyday :).

  • is it good for beginner? I just started learning Korean

    • Seokjin Jin

      Then I guess it will be better to master Hangeul first. 🙂

    • I have been studying Korean for 6 months. I have learned some basic vocabulary, Hangul, and greetings. This is a good program for building vocabulary, but if you can’t conjugate verbs yet, then perhaps some of the other TTMIK offerings would be a better place to start. For me, this is good but the vocabulary is a little much at my level.

  • Danielle Helena Marie

    I haven’t received the link for the pre-order yet.

  • Every day actions … not every actions. In the text above.

  • Hyunwoo so adorable in the “sleep” video. : ) makes vocabulary more enjoyable when it comes with humor.

  • Guest

    Hi Hyunwoo. I haven’t received an e-mail for the pre-ordered link yet. When will it be available? Thanks.