News In Korean

Keep up with current events in Korean while taking your language skills to the next level! You can study with 50 short news articles written in Korean about interesting topics.

Original price was: $20.99.Current price is: $18.89.


  1. Sheri B,

    Glad I decided to get this book to supplement my Core books. This is very much for advanced learners (Level 8+). It will be daunting for beginners, however, good to have in your arsenal so you can ease into it as you work your way through the Core book and other TTMIK vocab and grammar books. This book will open up a whole new world of vocabulary and long sentences. Great practice and supplement for the upper intermediat/advanced levels. The Introduction says it nicely about ‘helping you self-study without getting to a point where ou want to bang your head on your desk out of frustration.’ This will be a book I work through when I just want to practice reading and listening comprehension. The articles all look intersting so looking forward to working my way through the book.

  2. neigette,

    Definitely for advanced learners but this is a really helpful resource. I liked that you had the news article first in Korean and then with English annotations and notes. The quizzes at the end of each article is structured like TOPIK questions

  3. Annique van Vugt,

    I bought this book when I was level 6, and it helped me expand my Korean knowledge a lot. Because of this book I know vocabulary about science, social structures, history and more. It also helps with TOPIK preparation as you practice your reading skills.

  4. 매튜,

    This was just what I needed as am accompaniment around level 7 — it’s very much like the “Easy Reading Book,” but for more advanced levels. I hope they produce more content like this, because it is a very useful addition to the regular curriculum.

  5. Melissa Hauer,

    There are many interesting articles in this book, and you can learn about different themes while studying vocabulary and getting used to written Korean, as you would find it in a newspapers. I really recommend this book to everyone who would like to improve their vocabulary and reading comprehension 🙂

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts 🙂 Hope you continue to enjoy studying Korean with our materials!

  6. Shanda Thomas,

    When I first received this book, I felt discouraged and overwhelmed because it is quite challenging and difficult. But after navigating through the book, I am able to keep up with it and feel that my reading skills have improved. I am so happy to have this in my collection of books! One thing, and this has nothing to do with the content, but my book has pages that are glued together on the outer edges and the binding of the pages on the inside is tearing in some areas. I like my books in excellent condition so this is disappointing but I am still happy with my purchase.

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      We’re so sorry for the inconvenience. We are more than willing to resend you the book if you want. Please email us with your e-mail address at [email protected] . Again, we sincerely apologize for this issue.

  7. Elizabeth Reeck,

    This book is very helpful! I live in Korea, and because of the coronavirus it’s important to understand the news now more than ever. My Korean is still not perfect, but after studying with this, I’ve noticed I can keep up with what’s happening here in Korea day to day. Lifesaver ~

    • Talk To Me In Korean,

      Thank you for studying with us. If you have any questions, please let us know 🙂