Practice Your Korean Level 1 Lessons 1+2


안녕하세요! We know that you are studying Korean very hard and practicing your Korean every chance you get. But your “practice time” might not long enough so we started making the “Homework” videos to which you can leave video responses where you practice speaking Korean. We are going to continue publishing them, but at the same time, we wanted to give our listeners easier tasks for their Korean practice, so here you go!

In the “Practice Your Korean” series, we are going to read out loud some phrases from our lessons and give you an opportunity to repeat after them and practice your pronunciation, without having to worry whether the sentences are correct or not. Hope you enjoy practicing the sentences given in these videos, and be sure to practice with us by leaving a video response!

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Practice Your Korean Level 1 Lessons 1+2
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  • Edin

    Thanks for uploading!

  • fifah


  • 감사, 이거 재미있어요.

  • Korean 4 Me

    How do I download a video to you, where is the “upload here” page? Will you guide me as I’m not able to find the link. Thanks so much!

    • There is no upload button here and only administrators can upload the files to this site. As all of the videos are uploaded on the youtube so you will be able to download them if you download an appropriate plug-ins

  • ingrid

    This is so great!!


  • Lori

    비디오 감사합니다. ^^
    Please continue making these videos (:

  • Lily

    Excellent!! We can revise and repeat the expressions accordingly.

  • 와우 너무 멋져용 ㅎㅎ … TTMIK 다 감사합니다 ^^

  • 감사합니다… I’m sure all students will happy to see more lessons of this kind.

  • Erica

    Where do we upload them/connect them to TTMIK?

  • SSHF

    Thanks a lot!

  • ron

    안녕하세요!!!!! ron here ^^
    it’s so funny a little bit, but really nice….
    좋아해요 ㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎ
    감사합니다 ^^ :D:D:D:D

    • Haha Thanks for enjoying the video lesson. ^^

  • You both pronounce 너 differently. 선현우 pronounces it with the audible “N” and 최경은 pronounces it with a rolling “r” sound. Is this a gender difference? Or is this just a fluency thing? Which is correct?

    • Hm… I don’t know if they pronounce it differently. Actually, they pronounce the same word and the sound is same.

  • Nayuki

    Thanks a lot! ^^
    Please continue making these videos =D

  • Cris

    Wow, thank you so much for making this amazing site, I hope to study at a Korean university after high school in 2012, this will definitely learn the language a bit faster. <()

    • Yeah, it will be definitely helpful to you. Thanks for your comment. : )

  • kamsamidah
    for that video
    talk to me in korean fighting 🙂

  • Nicole

    Thank u!! 😀

  • I like it!! ^ ^

  • kayintawen


  • so how wud u leave a video of yourself practicing?

  • oh thank u so much >.this site is amazing kamsahamnida

  • 감사함니다!

    TTMIK is really a great help. There’s many options to help us remember, practice and learn Hangeul. Thanks so much!

  • Leona


    Thank you so much! These lessons are really helping ^_^

  • nyia

    thank you i love all the lessons !

  • Tee

    Thank you guys so much for these videos. They have really helped me alot on my pronunciation. ^.^

  • ryan


    I am enjoying these lessons very much. Also, I see all the comments here are quite old, so maybe these older lesson comments are not watched anymore. My question has already been asked by others, where do we upload video’s to?

    My guess is we just make our own youtube video, and provide you with a link …?

    Please correct me if wrong, but here is my practice video:


  • thank you to all teachers of TTMIK , thanks for all the podcast, videos, and pdf … because of that i can learn korean hangul now … thumbs up for all the teachers in TTMIK… 감사합니다.. 🙂

  • Odette

    Gamsahapnida! These videos are really helpful!
    For “ne, majayo,” sometimes it sounds like “de, masayo” or “nde, masjayo” and I don’t know what the proper way to pronounce it is. Any help?

    • As we have different hearing ears, they are alveolar sounds, you have the inconvenience. However I am sure that it will be better if you hear Korean a lot.

      I made a video about confusing Korean sounds. I hope it will help you.

  • Odette

    Can majayo be used by itself? Or with aniyo to mean no, that’s wrong?

    • Yes, 맞아요 can be used alone and 아니요 also can be used alone.

      Thanks for your comment. 🙂

  • Jessica Reyes

    Im totally learning Korean I hope I can leran at the end of the year 50%
    I love you guys lessons really helpful

  • sally