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Hi Polyglots! 😃

Welcome to the Korean learning page!

You will find below many free resources to learn and practice this language.

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Facts about Korean[edit | edit source]

  • Language code (ISO 639-3): kor
  • Autonyms (how to write "Korean" in Korean): South Korean: 한국어/韓國語, hangugeo; North Korean: 조선말/朝鮮말, chosŏnmal
  • Other names for "Korean": Chaoxian, Chaoxianyu, Chaoyu, Hangouyu, Hanguohua, Hanyu, Zanichi Korean, Guk-eo, Goryeomal, Koryomal
  • The Korean language is spoken in: South Korea

Korean is an East Asian language spoken by about 77 million people, mainly Korean, as of 2010. It is the official and national language of both North Korea and South Korea (originally Korea), with different standardized official forms used in each country. It is a recognised minority language in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture and Changbai Korean Autonomous County of Jilin Province, China. It is also spoken in parts of Sakhalin, Russia and Central Asia.

Sources[edit | edit source]

Korean Dictionaries[edit | edit source]

• National institute of the Korean language 국립국어원 표준국어대 사전 : Standard Korean language dictionary (+ audio)

• Learner's dictionary, Korean-English

• ZKorean: Korean-English dictionary

• Impact: Korean-English dictionary, phrases translation

• Daum: Korean-English dictionary

• Naver: Korean-English dictionary

• Kordut: Korean-Dutch-English dictionary

• Korean-German dictionary

• Loecsen: Korean-English common phrases (+ audio)

• Goethe-Verlag: Korean-English common phrases & illustrated vocabulary (+ audio)

• Practical Korean expressions for foreigners: Korean-English common phrases [PDF] (National institute of the Korean language)

• Defense Language Institute: basic vocabulary (+ audio)

• Life in Korea: common phrases, vocabulary

• Korean phrasebook (2007)

• Korean phrasebook, Lonely Planet (2002)

• Modern conversational Korean (1995)

• Korean-English dictionary by James Gale (1898)

• Corean words and phrases, handbook and pocket dictionary for visitors to Corea, by John Hodge (1902)

• Korean kinship terminology by Ross King, in Korean language in culture and society (2006)

Multiple languages

Korean [API PL]


German, bidirectional

Sources[edit | edit source]

Free Korean Lessons[edit | edit source]

Language Exchange[edit | edit source]

Forum[edit | edit source]

Tools[edit | edit source]

Marketplace[edit | edit source]

Korean Online Virtual Keyboard[edit | edit source]

Last Lessons[edit | edit source]

Korean Eco Friendly Practices — Korean Folk Villages — Korean National Parks — Exercise and Fitness Vocabulary — Health Vocabulary — Body Parts — Conditional Sentences — Connectors — Conjunctions — Korean Paper Crafts — Korean Pottery — Korean Calligraphy — Shopping Vocabulary — Sightseeing Vocabulary — Travel Vocabulary — Progressive Tense — Past Tense — Korean Games and Sports — Korean Festivals — Korean Weddings — Cooking and Recipes — Food and Ingredients — Comparatives and Superlatives — Describing Things — Describing People — Korean Cinema — Korean Music — Korean Dramas — Weather and Seasons — Means of Transportation


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