Easy Korean Reading For Beginners

Looking for the best Korean reading material for beginner learners?

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Reviews

  1. Cobie de Zwijger,

    I have this book but not the audio for lisning how do i get this

  2. Zuzana Papulakova,

    I don’t agree that this book is for beginners (at least one month of Korean learning). I’ve been learning for several months – slowly, because my brain can’t remember new stuff every day so I was kind of excited to read something really for beginners, where I can train what I learned already. But this is not for beginners, the vocabulary and the grammar are very difficult for me, for the first story I had had to search online for grammar I didn’t understand because in order to learn something I truly need to know why is it that way. And the other thing was, the font on the first page for every story really frustrates me, it’s a bit hard to read, it’s also not for beginners. Every time I try to read the book I feel very dumb, it frustrates me that I can’t translate the stories even with the vocabulary, the sentences are difficult. I am sure that this a great book for people with more that one month of Korean learning, but not for real beginners…

    • Hwayeon Kim,

      Hi, I’m Hwayeon from TalkToMeInKorean. Thank you for sharing your comment. We are sorry for how you felt about our book, and we will take your suggestion into consideration:)

  3. Tamara Biedenfeld,

    This book is awesome for beginners like myself. It has handwritten Korean, a small comic, and typed Korean. We get to see what handwritten Korean looks like, even if it’s just from one person, and we get to see how it compares to typed Korean. There’s one sentence per separated line in each chapter, which makes it easy for us to figure out which word means what if we don’t already know. 10/10, would recommend.

    • Hwayeon Kim,

      Hi, I’m Hwayeon from TalkToMeInKorean. Thank you for sharing your comment:)

  4. Tamara Biedenfeld,

    It’s a very good book. I can easily figure out words based on what I understand and know in the sentences.

    • Hwayeon Kim,

      Hi, I’m Hwayeon from TalkToMeInKorean. Thank you for sharing your comment:)

  5. Barbara Bayer,

    The videos alone are fine, but I bought the book too and was glad I did. There are cute illustrations, the dialogue written in different fonts, great translataions, vocabulary and interesting notes. I highly recommend buying the package, the videos AND the book!

    • Hind Fellahi,

      where do i find the videos?

  6. Dascha Vidiborski,

    Really love this book! I’m an intermediate, but it still really helps to practice and improve reading skills and overall text understanding. It covers many great topics and I hope there will be another one coming soon☻

  7. Tamara Biedenfeld,

    This book makes it so easy to learn new vocabulary and read Korean.

  8. Paulina Jodkauskaitė,

    Good condition

  9. Karen Oppong-Appiah,

    나의 잭은 정말 좋아해요.
    감사합나다 그리고 수고하셔십니다.

  10. Waseem Almozain,

    I have been using this book for months, and it helps understand the structure of the sentence and learn more vocabulary

  11. Gian Carlos,

    hello, i have never received yet the books that i ordered last february 19, 2019

  12. radiusness,

    really well made and useful 🙂

  13. Claire Timbrell,

    This books makes reading Korean so easy! The sentences are easy for beginners to understand, but are hard enough that it won’t be boring if you are already more advanced in Korean. It also breaks down each sentence into the English translation and then goes over the key words from each story. I highly recommend this book 🙂

  14. Rosalind Henderson,

    This book is a great way to improve reading, vocabulary and listening depending on how use utilise it. I found some of it tricky but the accompanying video course really clears up what I was stuck on. Worth getting both book and video course if it seems a bit too advanced.
    Very versatile resource that makes learning more interesting.
    My only frustration is the font (on the first page of each unit) sometimes makes the Korean tricky to read but the next page does compensate as it is in a clearer typed font.
    I really enjoy this book and would love more at different levels.

  15. Pb Ferrer,

    I’ve finished Grammar Level 4 about 2 months ago but I can’t seem to move on to Level 5 cause I felt like I need reinforcements to master the beginner grammars. This book is definitely what I was looking for. It really helps improve pronunciation, listening and reading comprehension.