Talk to Me in Korean
- Link: http://www.talktomeinkorean.com
- Summary: This is a great language learning site with free learning materials. They offer quick 10-15 min long mp3’s with corresponding pdf lesson notes. They also have short videos on youtube.
- Note: There is also a “Talk to me in Korean” app for iPhone for $2.99. It also works on the iPad. When you go to the iTune store or app store, search using “TTMIK”.
- Link: http://www.zkorean.com/
- Summary: Online dictionary, keyboard, etc. Not all content is free.
Korean Multimedia Dictionary
- Link: http://www.wordshowers.com/index.html
- Note: Great vocabulary builder; can work in conjunction with TTMIK.com
Daily Dose of Hangul
- Link: http://hanguladay.com/
- Link: http://www.genkienglish.net/speakkorean/
- Note: There’s a fun Hangul rap on this site.
An Introduction to Korean
Omniglot: Korean Language
- Link: http://www.mangolanguages.com/
- Note: Check with your local public library to see if they have a subscription. If they do, you may be able to gain free access through your library membership. Check “library locator” on the website to see if your local library subscribes.
- Rosetta Stone – Note: If you are military, you may be able to get an access code to use Rosetta Stone free online. Alternatively, check your local library.
- Local Korean Churches – Some offer Korean language classes, Korean school, etc. It can also be a source for locating someone to translate letters.