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Here are some Korean for English speakers resources!

First one is a website that claims to teach every bit of Korean grammar. I think using multiple resources is good to get your brain used to working with a language, so I don't think it'll take anything from the Korean course that's coming out if these are posted. Second one is a very well-known source that has podcasts as lessons with PDFs with them.

"How to study Korean" https://www.howtostudykorean.com/

"This website is not designed just to help you to learn how to speak Korean. Rather, it is designed to teach you how to speak Korean – plain and simple – from your very first steps all the way to being able to speak Korean fluently."

(I sort of believe this, looking at the massive amount of grammar lessons that are on here.)

"Talk to me in Korean" http://talktomeinkorean.com/aboutus/

1 year ago

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aha Talk to me in Korean was the first resource I ever used to learn Korean and I think It's extremely helpful

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/HexManiacSarina

I really liked it when I started a long time ago, but then I got distracted with Japanese in school, so now I'm re-starting Korean and planning to stick with it fully this time.

1 year ago

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TMIK is really good indeed. And indeed, the more resources, the better. https://community.memrise.com/t/non-exhaustive-list-for-learning-korean/324

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/HexManiacSarina

Thank you so much for posting this.

1 year ago

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Sogang University has an online course at: korean.sogang.ac.kr Offers introductory, novice and intermediate online courses. All lessons include Hangul text, romanizations, and sound files. Requires free registration.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/HexManiacSarina

I remember this, thank you for adding it!

1 year ago

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No problem. I haven't looked at the online course on the website, but I remembered they had one. However, I actually attended the resident Korean Language program at Sogang University in Seoul. It was a first rate program (in my last class we were debating the ethicality of euthanasia and genetic engineering, for example). Just based on that, I'm willing to bet that the online courses are outstanding.

1 year ago

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What about learning the alphabet as a good start? I tried a Memrise course on learning the alphabet but it was way too hard since I had a problem of hearing the differences between some letters.

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/HexManiacSarina

How to learn the alphabet is on the first link, including audio for them.

1 year ago