My Weekly Korean Vocabulary

Target level

TTMIK Levels 3-5

What can you achieve through this course?

  • Expand your Korean vocabulary
  • Learn how to make sentences using the vocabulary words

Sample lesson



Course language


What can you find inside the course?

  • 84 lessons

Customer reviews

"The book allows to focus on one word a day (if one wants, and it is a good idea) and offers many excellent examples of usage, pronouncing each example very clearly, twice at normal moderate speed, once very slowly, and once a normal speed. I have gone as of now only through one week, but I have learned a lot. Very well done!"

Randolph P.

"The design is very attractive and clean. The phrases are useful and natural unlike boring textbook samples. I like how the explanation of each sentence is kept simple and short so we can use our brain to identify the grammar ourselves."

Julie N.

"This is the second part of the "My Weekly Vocabulary" series. These sentences are perfect for the long commute and help you keep up a wide variety of vocabulary. The format is also good for giving you a chance to hear it, repeat it slowly and then repeat it at regular speed. A great way to internalize the words."

Benjamin H.

Table of contents

  1. [ Week 1 ] Day 1 - Sky / Day 2 - To Eat / Day 3 - Book / Day 4 - To See / Day 5 - Photo / Day 6 - To Write / Day 7 - Telephone
  2. [ Week 2 ] Day 1 - Friend / Day 2 - To Meet / Day 3 - Hand / Day 4 - To Laugh / Day 5 - House / Day 6 - To Be Weird, To Be Strange / Day 7 - Rain
  3. [ Week 3 ] Day 1 - Morning / Day 2 - To Buy / Day 3 - Song / Day 4 - To Look For, To Find / Day 5 - School / Day 6 -to Regret / Day 7 - Present
  4. [ Week 4 ] Day 1 - Feelings / Day 2 - To Be Quiet / Day 3 - Person People / Day 4 - To Be Noisy / Day 5 - Study / Day 6 - To Open / Day 7 - Subway
  5. [ Week 5 ] Day 1 - Age / Day 2 - To Hear To Listen / Day 3 - Height / Day 4 - To Drink / Day 5 - Eye / Day 6 - To Be Able To See / Day 7 - Paper
  6. [ Week 6 ] Day 1 - Money / Day 2 - To Make / Day 3 - Company / Day 4 - To Sell / Day 5 - Time / Day 6 - To Sleep / Day 7 - Cooked Rice, Meal
  7. [ Week 7 ] Day 1 - Personality / Day 2 - To Walk / Day 3 - Weather / Day 4 - To Think / Day 5 - Bicycle / Day 6 - To Sit, To Sit Down / Day 7 - Exercise, Sport
  8. [ Week 8 ] Day 1 - To be interesting / Day 2 - One Day / Day 3 - To Be There, To Exist, To Have / Day 4 - Head, Hair 2 / Day 5 - To Be Okay, To Be Alright / Day 6 - Song / Day 7 - To Say, To Talk, To Speak
  9. [ Week 9 ] Day 1 - Dream / Day 2 - To Not Exist, To Be Not There, To Not Have / Day 3 - Clothes / Day 4 - To Change / Day 5 - Travel / Day 6 - To Not Know / Day 7 - Promise, Plans, Appointment
  10. [ Week 10 ] Day 1 - Sea / Day 2 - To Learn / Day 3 - Movie, Film / Day 4 - To Wait / Day 5 - Joke / Day 6 - To Cry / Day 7 - News
  11. [ Week 11 ] Day 1 - Mountain / Day 2 - To Be Boring, To Be Bored / Day 3 - Family / Day 4 - To Wear / Day 5 - Driving / Day 6 - To Need, To Be Necessary / Day 7 - Lie
  12. [ Week 12 ] Day 1 - Water / Day 2 - To End, To Be Over, To Be Finished / Day 3 - Face / Day 4 - To Use, To Hire / Day 5 - Taste / Day 6 - To Play, To Hang Out, To Rest, To Not Work / Day 7 - Smell

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  1. Shibole,

    I would love to see all of the lessons for courses like this in one playlist like in the core grammar so that you can just let it all play through without having to change to the next lesson! I think it’s a great course by the way. One of the best I’ve seen on the site for just getting a feel for vocabulary, common expressions and how the language works!

  2. Radost Guberkova,

    I am at level 7 lesson 25. Should I still take this course?

  3. DebiT,

    I already knew almost all of these vocabulary words, but seeing them used in the various sentence patterns you presented is really useful! It’s actually a great grammar reference. Thank you.

  4. CA,

    Wow way more than I was expecting for word of the day! What a great lesson!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      감사합니다. Thank you for the comment!😊

  5. Cate Hoskin,

    Hi! I’m loving this course and it’s getting me into good habits!
    Is there an error with the week 8 day 1 audio? There is an extra sentence not listed on the page and it goes through it all twice (13 minute long audio rather than the usual 5-7 minutes)

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Hi Cate,

      Thank you for the heads up!
      We have checked the audio track and replaced it.
      We appreciate your contribution 🙂 감사합니다!

  6. Erica Hugo,

    I love this course! Actually, I love all your courses. Thank you!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you!

  7. Elle Rosquites,

    PDF Files only available for week 1 only?

    • Talk To Me In Korean,


      The PDF button is available below each week’s first lesson. Due to a temporary error, the PDF icon might not be visible. If you put your cursor on the bottom right of the lesson note section, you will find a transparent circle shape. If you click on it, you can download the PDF. Thank you for your understanding!

    • Nabi,

      I found the PDF file. XD The file is there, but for some reason, I also can’t see the PDF button after the first lesson.. If you select your mouse where the PDF icon normally is you see it’s there, just invisible. You can click on it and than you have the PDF. I hope this helps for other who are looking for it. 🙂

    • Hans Melbert Caoile,

      I also cannot see the PDF files after Week 1

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Hi! Please note that lesson notes are available below each lesson 🙂

  8. Maria,

    In the sentence 너무 맛이 없어서 먹을 수가 없어요 why is -가 attached to 수 when it is part of a construction (-(으)ㄹ 수 없다)?

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Hi! In the sentence, -가 is a prepositional particle for nominative, and that is why it is attached to “먹을 수” 🙂

      “-가” can be added to emphasize something. For instance, you can say “I can’t (나는 할 수 없어)” or “I just can’t (할 수가 없어)”. They are both grammatically correct, but adding “-가” emphasizes that I “really” can’t do something.

  9. Cindy Yeo,

    Can i ask if there is the audio version for My Weekly Korean Vocabulary Book 2 please?

    • Cindy Yeo,

      Thank you! 🙂

      May I check too, for My Weekly Korean Vocabulary Book 1, the hardcopy book I have does not follow the table of contents on:
      I wanted to play the audio on the online version while looking at my hardcopy textbook, but the lessons do not tally.

      May I find out how to use the resources please? Thank you!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      No problem!
      You can go to our Book Audio page below. Here is the link:
      Please send us an email if you need further assistance. 🙌🏻

  10. Luna Meza,

    Hi, in Lesson 9 the phrases “만나지 말았어야 했어요. = I shouldn’t have met him/her.” and “어디에서 만나고 싶어요? = Where do you want to meet up?” are flipped according to the order of the audio.
    Also the phrase “만날 수만 있다면 뭐든지 할 거예요. = As long as I can meet him/her, I will do whatever it takes.” is missing from the audio.

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for the heads up!
      FYI, you can find the phrase “만날 수만 있다면 뭐든지 할 거예요 at the end of the audio.

  11. Franz Daniel Co,

    Hi, I believe there’s a mistake in Lesson 34? It is written there: “제 자리에서는 하늘이 잘 보여요. = I can’t see the sky clearly from my seat.” Thank you!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for letting us know. We will fix it! 🙂 Enjoy studying Korean with us.

    • Elina Heikkinen,

      There are many other mistakes, too. I think many of them are in page 2. For example this one in Lesson 52: 짧다 = to be long.

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thanks for the heads up!

  12. Baerbel Kulisch,

    Why are the sentences not written in Korean language? I can just see English words and sentences.

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for studying Korean with us!
      Our materials are written in Korean and English. Please contact us if you still have the same problem.

  13. Nyasia Hunt,

    I’m level 1 (lesson 7). Is this course too advanced for me?

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for studying Korean with us. It could be challenging, but if you know how to read Hangeul, you will learn lots of useful sentences!

  14. Amna Alb,

    Hi, I have a question about the second lesson. In the sentence, “너무 맛이 없어서 먹을 수가 없어요.” You can say 맛없어요 instead of 맛이 없어서 right?

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for studying with us. 🙂 If you just want to say ‘it tastes bad,’ you can say that!

    • Letícia Santana,

      I think for you to say 맛없어요 you have to then say 그래서 먹을 수가 없어요 since these two informations are related 😀

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Your explanation is also correct. 🙂 Thank you for studying with us and supporting other learners!

  15. Nassim,

    This course is so useful and really well-made, thank you 🙂 I was just wondering if the colours mean something in the PDF, like the red for beginners, the green for intermediate and the yellow for advanced learners ? Thank you again 🙂

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Red-nouns, yellow-sentences, green-verbs.
      Thank you for your nice words!

  16. Phộm Tún,

    I hope the Premium Courses will include comprehensive quiz as well

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for sharing your thought here. 🙂 We will consider it carefully. Thanks!

  17. mook mook,

    i really like this couse .it very help me for topic test
    and i want to know what level i will get topic3. thankyou so much

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for your comment. 🙂 We hope you get a good grade in TOPIK test and enjoy learning Korean with us ! Happy studying!

  18. 문대정,

    Hi TTMIK (or anyone who can assist)!

    In Week 5 Lesson 4, did I comprehend it correctly that 마시다 can also mean “to inhale”? 😮

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for asking 🙂 To inhale : 숨을 들이마시다 (To breath in) , 가스/연기(gas/smoke)를 마시다 // To drink : (음료,물 – liquid like juice,water..etc)마시다 // To sum up, “inhale” and “drink” have a different meaning but they both can be translated into “마시다” in Korean. Hope this helps. 🙂

    • 문대정,

      Thanks for the clarification! I guess it boils down to context and sentence.

      Tons of nice content, by the way! As a mid-level beginner, I find these sentences quite helpful.
      More power to you, TTMIK 😀

  19. Festré Yvan,

    Maybe the most effective course. You not only learn a lot of vocabulary but go through many different usefull sentence patterns.
    정말 감사합니다 .

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      We see you from every course!
      You must be studying without a break! 😊

  20. adele,

    thank you so much for this, i can’t wait to study more because its so enjoyable!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Love to hear that! Keep up with your Korean! 😀

  21. Brian Fong,

    These are so awesome. I already feel my vocabulary increasing and listening comprehension growing. Thx!

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Glad to hear that! Thank you for studying with us 🙂

  22. Afifa Ulfa,

    Thank you so much, so far i still have many good vibes to keep learning. ^^

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for studying with us:)

  23. Keti Khanjaliashvili,

    Absolutely amazing!! Its just two weeks and I have so much progress I cant believe. Good job and thank you very much!

    • Hwayeon Kim,

      Hi, I’m Hwayeon from TalkToMeInKorean. Thank you, and happy studying !

  24. Van Anh,

    Not yet received this My Weekly Korean Vocabulary

    • Ashley M Huey,

      it might be in the “in progress” section on your profile