We’re having our first bookstore seminar next weekend! Thanks to all of you who study through our lessons, we have published four textbooks so far, which are already available in major bookstores in Korea. And to help you study more effectively and to meet more listeners in person, we are having an free seminar open to anyone at Kyobo Bookstore (교보문고) in Gwanghwamun (광화문) next week. If you are in Seoul on the 19th of May, 2013, please come join us at the seminar at 4 PM. Please read below for directions to the place and more information.
If you are living in Seoul or going to visit Seoul for more than a couple of weeks, and want to take Korean lessons in a classroom environment, we have partnered with 르몽드 어학원(Le Monde Language Institute) to provide Korean classes for those of you who want to learn with a teacher in a classroom.
We are happy to tell you that more and more content is being added to Super Audiobook! You can already find a lot of our Iyagi lessons available in the Super Audiobook format as well as our video lessons, and this past week, we worked with SoundBox, a popular indie band in performing in Hongdae every weekend, to make their original songs and exclusive interviews available in Super Audiobook.
Do you enjoy studying Korean with Korean dramas? We made 10 episodes for the “Korean Drama Phrases” lesson on our site, and we finally have the e-book and audiobook ready! The lesson package contains 20 common Korean drama phrases, vocabulary list, sample sentences and audio lessons that explain everything in detail
Do you enjoy watching Korean TV dramas? Which dramas have you watched and enjoyed? If you’ve enjoyed watching the drama “You’re Beautiful” (original title in Korean: 미남이시네요 [mi-na-mi-si-ne-yo]), you might want to check out this book!
We are very excited to be doing a Korean cosmetics giveaway with http://wishtrend.com ! This giveaway is exclusively for the members of HaruKorean, our 1:1 Korean writing correction system, so if you are already a member, be sure to go for it!!
This is a sample lesson video of the series “Idiomatic Expressions” available at HaruKorean. This series introduces most commonly used fixed and idiomatic expressions in Korean, and you can practice making your own versions using the key phrase for the lesson.