Korea(n) Resources

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Korea(n) Resources

Postby gibbor » 2006-08-15, 9:03

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Postby Sisyphe » 2006-08-15, 17:14

Thanks Gibbor! It's always difficult to find good Korean links - maybe just for me though...My favourite is Hangul Forest. :wink: :D
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Postby gibbor » 2006-08-15, 23:22

천만에요 마커스!
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I hope to add more to this post and write some new topics with more information for those who wish to learn Korean as soon as I have some more time though. Stay tuned! :)

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Postby gibbor » 2006-08-22, 0:41

I've just added another bunch of links to the list. ^^

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Postby Sisyphe » 2006-08-22, 1:19

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Postby Alcadras » 2006-08-27, 20:50

Great links gibbor!
I am trying to learn the alphabet first, then i'll see what i can do. :wink:

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Postby asdas » 2006-08-28, 6:52

Thanks :)

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Postby gibbor » 2006-08-28, 13:12

Glad to help! ^_^

I would strongly recommend An Introduction to Korean for a starter. It does a good job at teaching 한글 and some basic Korean vocabulary and grammar. The Korean alphabet site developed by the University of India is also very helpful and reliable in learning correct pronunciation.

Sogang's online Korean course is great when used as a grammar reference or as a way of practicing your listening and reading skills, however, I don't recommend it for actually teaching yourself the language. Instead, I would recommend you buy yourself a decent textbook ('Integrated Korean' or 'Elementay Korean' come in mind') instead.

Oh, and the list has been updated again. :P

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Postby Alcadras » 2006-08-28, 19:32

Add TeenKorean to the list.

http://www.teenkorean.net/

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Postby gibbor » 2006-08-28, 19:39

Alcadras wrote:Add TeenKorean to the list.

http://www.teenkorean.net/

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Yes, I will. But next time, PM me when you want a site to be added to the list please. ;)

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Postby nettchelobek1 » 2006-09-02, 21:20

Where can I find a Korean keyboard? if anyone can give me a page, it'd be highly appreciated.
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Postby Alcadras » 2006-09-03, 9:03

Tell me if you find. :lol:

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Postby Karavinka » 2006-09-03, 10:00

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Postby osmansafa » 2006-09-10, 13:26

http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/[url]
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Postby gibbor » 2006-09-12, 9:17

osmansafa wrote:http://www.hawaii.edu/uhpress/realaudio/klear/

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That is when you use the KLEAR Integrated Korean series to learn Korean. The University of Indiana uses these series to teach their students Korean. Here are some more links:

Integrated Korean Audio
Korean Language Program

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Postby floatingY » 2007-02-01, 7:29

I want to learn Korean

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Re: Korea(n) Resources

Postby polishboy » 2009-02-26, 18:10

http://www.koreaxin.com/
a resources in Chinese, also you can download from there earlier versions of TOPIK test http://ts.koreaxin.com/html/TOPIKziliaoxiazai/
with audio.

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Re: Korea(n) Resources

Postby Stevey7788 » 2010-09-16, 22:09

A list of basic Korean vocab that I made by myself: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix: ... adesh_list

And comparing it to Mongolian, Turkish, Oroqen: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix: ... _languages

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Re: Korea(n) Resources

Postby Meera » 2012-11-17, 4:33

Open Languages Korean
http://www.openlanguages.net/korean
This is a really great source for starting Korean, it has tons of material on it.
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Re: Korea(n) Resources

Postby xaxy » 2012-11-26, 0:19

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