Short & Useful Korean Phrases for Beginners (Season 2)

About this course

Learn useful Korean phrases and understand grammar points naturally at the same time, through real-life examples given through this 50-part audio course. Practice saying these short and useful phrase out loud and try adding your own nouns and verbs to make your own Korean sentences. Listen to Hyunwoo and Cassie explain 50 of the most essential Korean sentence patterns through short and fun lessons.

Target level

TTMIK Levels 2-4

What can you achieve through this course?

  • Practice forming Korean sentences more fluidly and confidently by learning frequently used sentence patterns
  • Learn natural pronunciations of everyday phrases

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What can you find inside the course?

  • 50 short audio lessons introducing one sentence pattern each
  • A sample dialogue for each lesson
  • This course is based on the book, 1100 Short & Useful Korean Phrases For Beginners.
  • This course also has additional sentences not introduced in the paperbook.

Table of contents

  • Lesson 51. 저는 아무것도 안 + Verb + -았/었/였어요.
  • Lesson 52. Verb + -아 주세요.
  • Lesson 53. Verb + -어 주세요.
  • Lesson 54. Noun + -해 주세요.
  • Lesson 55. Verb + -(으)ㄹ 수 있어요.
  • Lesson 56. Verb + -아야 돼요.
  • Lesson 57. Verb + -어야 돼요.
  • Lesson 58. Noun + -해야 돼요.
  • Lesson 59. 언제까지 + Verb + -아/어/여야 돼요?
  • Lesson 60. Verb + (으)ㄹ 거예요.
  • Lesson 61. 언제 + Verb + -(으)ㄹ 거예요?
  • Lesson 62. Verb + -고 올게요.
  • Lesson 63. 잠깐만 + Verb + -(으)ㄹ게요.
  • Lesson 64. 그러면 우리 + Verb + -(으)ㄹ까요?
  • Lesson 65. Verb + -(으)ㄴ 다음에요.
  • Lesson 66. Verb + -(으)ㄴ 것 같아요.
  • Lesson 67. Verb + -(으)러 가는 길이에요.
  • Lesson 68. Number + -시쯤에 + Verb + -(으)ㄹ 거예요.
  • Lesson 69. Verb + -아/어/여도 돼요.
  • Lesson 70. Verb + -아/어/여도 돼요?
  • Lesson 71. Verb + -(으)면 안 돼요.
  • Lesson 72. Verb + -고 싶은 게 있어요.
  • Lesson 73. Verb + -(으)ㄹ 뻔했어요.
  • Lesson 74. Verb + -(으)려면 어떻게 해야 돼요?
  • Lesson 75. Verb + -(으)려면 어디로 가야 돼요?
  • Lesson 76. 혹시 + Verb/Adj + -(으)세요?
  • Lesson 77. 언제부터 + Verb + -았/었/였어요?
  • Lesson 78. 아마 + Verb + -(으)ㄹ 거예요.
  • Lesson 79. Verb/Adj + -아/어/여서 너무 좋아요.
  • Lesson 80. 제 생각에는 + Verb/Adj + -(으)ㄹ 것 같아요.
  • Lesson 81. Verb/Adj + -(으)ㄹ 수도 있어요.
  • Lesson 82. 만약 + Verb/Adj + -(으)면 어떡해요?
  • Lesson 83. 그렇기는 하지만 + Verb/Adj + -아/어/여요.
  • Lesson 84. 가끔 + Verb/Adj + -(으)ㄹ 때도 있어요.
  • Lesson 85. 너무 + Verb/Adj + -(으/느)ㄴ 거 아니에요?
  • Lesson 86. 그건 너무 + Adj.
  • Lesson 87. Noun + 괜찮아요?
  • Lesson 88. Noun + -(이)랑 같이 + Verb.
  • Lesson 89. 이 중에서 뭐가 제일 + Adj?
  • Lesson 90. 이 중에서 하나 + Verb.
  • Lesson 91. 이거 어떻게 + Verb?
  • Lesson 92. Verb + -기 전에 + Verb.
  • Lesson 93. 나중에 다시 + Verb.
  • Lesson 94. 그래도 저는 + Verb/Adj.
  • Lesson 95. 제가 알기로는 + Verb/Adj.
  • Lesson 96. 저도 잘 모르지만 + Verb/Adj.
  • Lesson 97. 사실은 저 + Verb/Adj.
  • Lesson 98. 이렇게 하면 + Verb/Adj.
  • Lesson 99. 내일 시간 되면 + Verb.
  • Lesson 100. Verb/Adj + -(으)ㄹ 수도 있고, Verb/Adj + -(으)ㄹ 수도 있어요.
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    1. John,

      I like the course (both parts one and this one). Nice simple set of easily digested structures.

      I do have a question about the structure in Lesson 62, -고 올게요. That is used in the context of a conversation where both are talking directly in the same location. I will go do something and then come back (to the same location). I am taking a guess that if you’re talking with someone on the phone (different locations during the conversation) but have a similar situation that one would say -고 갈에요. I’ll go do something (first) and then go to where you (the other person) are at.

      Or is that not something Koreans would normally say in that way?

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        You guessed it right. For example, on your way home, you can call your parents and say “저녁 먹고 갈게요(I’ll eat dinner first and then go home)”.

    2. NickiJ,

      This course (along with Season 1) was really valuable. Some super useful phrases here, which I will now practise making my own sentences with. Thanks TTMIK team!

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        Thank you! 🙂

    3. Kyla,

      Which course is Season 1 of this? I would like to start there.

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        Hi Kyla,
        You can find the course here—>

      • Kyla,

        Thank you!

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        You are welcome!

    4. HARSH BEDI,

      Season 1 is not responding. Please check.

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        Hi, sorry for the inconvenience.
        Please try again after deleting your cache, and browser cookies.
        If you still have the same problem, please contact us.
        Thank you for your patience!

    5. Ian Paul B. Saligumba,

      I’m done with this course and I so like it 💜 Hopefully I could remember these short phrases so that I could use them someday. Thanks Team TTMIK especially Hyunwoo and Cassie.

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        Thank you for your comment! 🙂

    6. Hani,

      thanks for creating this short phrase book, now that i have finished both the seasons, i feel the need for phrases like this for intermediate and advanced learners here at the website including myself, do you have plans for creating such contents any time soon? thank you so much for the effort guys.

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        Thank you for your feedback! We will consider creating a course like this.
        We recommend “Real-Life Korean Conversations: Intermediate.” It also provides different phrases that you can use. 🙂

    7. Angy,

      어디서 질문 할지 모르겠지만,, 혹시 중급 표현 강의 시리즈나 책을 만들 예정있나요? 이 책은 너무 좋고 도움이 되니까 중급도 있었으면 너무 좋을 것 같아요..! 항상 좋은 컨텐츠 만들어서 너무 감사합니다..!!

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        감사합니다! 아직 정해진 일정은 없지만 같은 책의 중급 버전이 나오게 되면 뉴스레터로 소식을 들을 수 있어요. 🙂

      • Angy,

        대답해줘서 너무 감사합니다! 앞으로 만들 콘텐츠를 기대할게요! 😊

      • Talk To Me In Korean,

        감사해요! 함께 즐겁게 공부합시다. 🙂