Resources to learn Korean.
Hello everyone. In this post I want to share several links about the Korean language. I think it is very important to have these resources to improve our learning. So I hope you find it helpful and you like it.
Video Korean Lessons:
YouTube Live Streaming:
Live Streaming and radios:
Each program has its own age rating.
I´m sorry if my English is not very good but I still learning. :)
Please leave your comments, questions and / or suggestions.
Great job compiling some outside resources! If you're a beginner in the Korean language, I recommend watching anything you can on video. Also, OnDemand Korea has dramas, comedies, talk shows, etc. Even if you can't understand what they're saying, watch them to get your ear used to hearing Korean. As you begin to build vocabulary and grammar patters, I'd also recommend listening to Korean music - start out slow, with ballads/love songs before you jump right into the fast paced K-pop songs.
For any fans of Les Miserables, there's these:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5SQ6ZQngaA (One Day More flash mob)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OcpVuV9gxQ (On My Own)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEKcdWmHQC4 (Bring Him Home - w/ subtitles)
There's also a full production of Les Mis, looks like a college drama department production, somewhere on YouTube. Can't find it right now, but I've watched it before.
From the musical, Death Note:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6YjXYl1Aho (I'll Only Love You More)
Sorry, for not replying before, but I had problems with the internet connection. I started learning Korean recently and I want to thank you for your tips and suggestions. Thanks for the videos, I really like the musical theater.
Very cool, Ilvolover794; thanks for putting all of that together and sharing with us!
You're welcome, it was a pleasure to share these links with the Duolingo community.
I'm not being impatient; I'm wondering why go somewhere else when it's this close to being released?
The Duolingo course alone won't be enough to fully learn a language. These are just resources to help expose people to the language as much as possible.
Why go somewhere else when it's close to being released? It's because while Duolingo is awesome, just using it alone won't make you "fluent" (depending on how you define fluency) in Korean. It's very awesome this user is giving helpful suggestions on websites that can help with learning Korean (and other great tips). Of course, they aren't going to add the Korean course for duolingo on this discussion which is part of duolingo XD it's also close to being released, but then again the date is just an estimate ;D Good luck learning languages!
Please can I ask how some of you have the Korean flag icon in your stats here?! Did it release on iPhone only or something? I don't see it available yet on Android or PC.