Lexiophiles.com hosts annual contest for language blogs to select the top blogs in the field of language learning. If you think what we are doing is helpful for you, please vote for us there! It would mean a lot for us. There’s no prize or reward involved in this, but it would make us really happy to see TTMIK rank highly on the list of top language blogs in the world. This year, we are nominated in two categories: Top Language Learning Blogs and Top Language Professional Blogs.
Do you like instant foods, such as instant noodles? Kyeong-eun does, but she’s trying to cut down on them to become healthier. Listen to her Korean audio blog about instant foods and improve your vocabulary and listening!
Did you enjoy watching us live streaming from various places in Seoul and do fun stuff for the One Day In Seoul event? You have no idea what I’m talking about? No worries! I will recap the event for you and let you know where you can watch the recorded videos!
Finally! We are very happy to share this news with you. We finally have our first TTMIK books in our hands now. Ever since we launched the website, TalkToMeInKorean.com, we have been working very hard everyday (sometimes even on weekends and holidays!) to continue creating useful and interesting learning material for Korean learners around the world.
We have been working for a while now on publishing our TalkToMeInKorean lessons as printed books that will be available in bookstores. As you know you can already access our lessons on our website or buy the bulk download packages on MyKoreanStore.com, but we know many of you also like to study with printed books. Many Korean language textbooks are available in bookstores in Korea now, but not many of them are suitable for self-studying.