The Korean Verbs Guide is published!

Let’s take a more detailed look at our new release, The Korean Verbs Guide! Teacher 경화 and 현우 show you what the book looks like and what kind of content you can expect to see in the book. The book is divided into two volumes to make it easier for you to carry around wherever you go, and if you want, you can also purchase the e-book version for this book! Get your copy at 🙂 재미있게 공부하세요!!!



The Korean Verbs Guide is published!
  • John

    Kyung-hwa is so sweet. Bless her.

  • Amy Ho

    I bought the e-versions of the books. They are really cool.
    Delivery – speedy and efficient. I received the links in email within minutes after I placed the order and made the payment, of course.
    Download – speedy, too. Easy-to-follow instructions. Very user-friendly, indeed.
    The audio files – good voice quality. Slow versions of sample sentences – helpful to learners, enable learners to capture and imitate every sound.
    Content – excellent, 100 commonly used verbs — carefully selected; Conjugation table – very useful, all variations of the verbs at a glance, easy to look for the verbs one intends to study; good sample sentences — can be used right away in daily conversation, they cover quite a wide range of situations; colour-coded ( Black — English translation, Blue — Korean words ) — easy to read and follow; quizzes — very good extended practice.
    Improvements? Yes. English translations of the verbs could be added for easy reference. Recordings of each conjugated version of the verbs could be included i.e. not only the sentences.

    Overall, they are very good reference materials for beginner learners of Korean. I saw a similar books on verb conjugation but it was more complicated if not too comprehensive. One more thing, I have worked out a simple learning plan – one verb per day. In about 3 months time, I think I can mastered 100 verbs and express simple ideas. Thank you very much, teachers. You are doing a great job in helping people to learn Korean. You have made Korean learning more accessible, more affordable and fun. Thanks a lot, again.