Practice Your Korean Level 1 Lessons 11+12


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 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!

Review Level 1 Lesson 11 here

Review Level 1 Lesson 12 here

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Practice Your Korean Level 1 Lessons 11+12
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  • jesica

    yes i got to comment first! thanks seonsaengnims for all the lessons were planning to go to korea. hope to see you there im just 13 years old but i already want to learn other language and the language i wanted to learn is korean. thanks to your site i’v learn korean a lot. i live in the philippine are language there is tagalog and english. teacher can you mention my name in your next lesson? im jesica o pineda i will be happy hearing my name in your site. love all the teachers of ttmik.

    • Hyojon forwarded your commend to all teachers. Wow, thanks for your comment. I am not sure if Hyunwoo and Kyeongeun will say your name in the next lesson or not. Please look forward to it. : )

    • jesica

      thanks for that i will look forward to lev5 les2.thanks in advance

  • waoo! jajaja de veras son lo mejor!!…. muchisimas gracias por todo!!… gamsahapnida! ^^

  • 🙂 helloo friend
    nice Monday. Im praying for Japan 🙁

  • marta

    Kyeong-eun seems to be poorer than Seokjin, she only has some coins. Or maybe she’s just more miserly. Where’s Hyunwoo Sun, when will he be in the videos again ? I understand better what he says.

    • I am sure he will be appearing in the future video. Don’t worry about it.

  • annyeong !!! i really love your site !!! it sure is helpful to me :DDDD
    keep up ;))

  • Samier

    안녕하세요 ^^

    이거 레슨 좋고 견은 씨 석진 씨 정말 재미있어요 ㅎㅎㅎㅎ 나이스 연기 ㅎㅎ

    지금 산탕 알아요 ^^;;;


    • 하하하 감사합니다.

      산탕이 아니고, “사탕”.

  • Uyên

    처음 뵙겠습니다! 잘 부탁합니다!
    연습 비디오는 너무 재미있어요!
    선생님은 귀여워요!!! 아주 좋아요! ㅋㅋㅋ ㅋㅋ^()^

    • 영상 재밌게 봐 주셔서 감사합니다. : )

  • steven

    좋았습니다~ 잘 봤습니니당

  • Holland

    Hahaha, my favorite part is @ 00:30 xD That made me burst out laughing!

    Thanks for doing reviews! I love the videos~ :}

  • Tze Lim

    this one is an excellent idea. both seokjin and kyeong-eun are like natural born actor and actress! haha

    both like to bite too. seokjin bites the chocolate and kyeong-eun bites the hand. haha. just kidding.


    • Before making this video, I didn’t know that Kyeongeun also likes to bite. Haha

  • 잘 먹겠습니다 (before eating)
    잘 먹었습니다 (after eating)

    이전에 제가 몰랐어요. 아무튼 감사합니다… ^^

  • farah

    Hey! I think worksheets/workbooks are a great help in improving ourselves.
    It would be great if there is a practice worksheet/workbook on tenses!
    I always find that the concepts are harder to grasp and because there are many many different tenses, being clear on which one to use is crucial =))

  • Joey Rozaldo

    hi, i’m joey and i’m from Philippines…. it’s my first time to learn Korean…. and in just very first day, i could read some simple Hangul syllables…. thanks to your site!! hahaha…. i passed the quiz after every third lesson here in your site…. it’s my third day today and now i can read and write Hangul in some manner…. i also tried to learn Chinese and Thai language but only Korean is what i could learn that fast…. so now i am starting to learn basic phrases and sentence constructions, so i hope you have that part, the sentence construction and the subject-verb agreement thing if there is… hahahahah…. only your site is what i found suitable for learning korean so keep up the good work and more power! by the way, i also starting to sing some korean songs, and now i could sing 친구여, the 전우 OST but i am always wondering what does it mean…. hahaha…. i love 전우, it every scene could make me cry…. i hope those scene would not be happened again…. : ) wooh! that’s all and thank you!

  • liya

    i love your site…

  • Ginger

    You guys are so funny! This is the first time I’ve ever enjoyed learning haha

    Gamsahapmida TTMIK

  • 귀여운! 좋아해요!

  • tony

    nice video. thank you so much.

  • asdf

    The literal translation to 잘 먹겠습니다 is funny. Doesn’t 겠 mean to assume something. So, technically, this sentence means, “I GUESS I can enjoy this”, right?

    Also, I thought 잘 먹겠습니다 meant “Let’s eat.” That’s what it said on the Level 1 Dialogue Test.

    • Greg

      In some cases it expresses your strong will do something now, like 을래요.
      I think when you’re talking about your own actions, or in question from to others.
      So it simply means “I’ll eat well” in this case.

    • webJose

      Just like Greg said, this is the future tense of the verb To Eat, 먹다. Preceded by the adverb 잘, which means well, you have a literal translation of “I will eat well”. The phrase after you have eaten is exactly the same but in past tense: 잘 먹었습니다, I ate well.

  • Odette

    I really liked the way this video was done. Acting out the phrases, having them alternate saying the phrases after each one, and not speeding through each phrase so I can take the time to read the hangul were REALLY helpful. 감사합니다!

  • I don’t really like this site