TalkToMeInKorean Curriculum

TalkToMeInKorean Curriculum (Level 1 – Level 9)

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Find the lesson list for Level 1 – 9 below (Links available).


Learn to Read Hangeul

If you are completely new to the Korean language, please consider learning how to read Hangeul, the writing system of the Korean language, first. You can learn Hangeul using our [Hangeul Master book] or take our [Hangeul video course here].

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Level 1

Lesson 1 – Hello, Thank you / 안녕하세요, 감사합니다
Lesson 2 – Yes, No, What? / 네, 아니요, 네?
Lesson 3 – Good-bye, See you / 안녕히 가세요, 안녕히 계세요, 안녕
Lesson 4 – I’m sorry, Excuse me / 죄송합니다, 저기요
Lesson 5 – It’s me, What is it? / -이에요/예요
Lesson 6 – What is this?, This is …. / 이거, 이거 뭐예요?
Lesson 7 – This, That, It / 이, 그, 저
Lesson 8 – It’s NOT / 아니에요
Lesson 9 – Topic/Subject marking particles / 은, 는, 이, 가
Lesson 10 – Have, Don’t have, There is, There isn’t / 있어요, 없어요
Lesson 11 – Please give me / 주세요
Lesson 12 – It’s delicious, It tastes awful, Thank you for the food / 맛있어요, 맛없어요, 잘 먹겠습니다, 잘 먹었습니다
Lesson 13 – I want to / -고 싶어요
Lesson 14 – What do you want to do? / 뭐 하고 싶어요?
Lesson 15 – Sino-Korean Numbers / 일, 이, 삼, 사, …
Lesson 16 – Basic Present Tense / -아요, -어요, -여요
Lesson 17 – Past Tense / -았/었/였어요 (했어요)
Lesson 18 – Location-marking Particles / -에/에서
Lesosn 19 – When / 언제
Lesson 20 – Native Korean numbers / 하나, 둘, 셋, 넷, …
Lesson 21 – Negative Sentences / 안, -지 않다, 안 하다, 하지 않다
Lesson 22 – 하다 Verbs
Lesson 23 – Who? / 누구?
Lesson 24 – Why? How? / 왜? 어떻게?
Lesson 25 – From A To B, From C Until D / -에서/부터, -까지
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Level 2

Lesson 1 – Future Tense / -ㄹ/을 거예요, 할 거예요
Lesson 2 – object marking particles / 을, 를
Lesson 3 – And, and then, therefore, so / 그리고, 그래서
Lesson 4 – And, with / 하고, (이)랑
Lesson 5 – Days in a week / 요일
Lesson 6 – But, however / 그렇지만, 그런데
Lesson 7 – “To” someone, “from” someone / 한테, 한테서
Lesson 8 – 시간Telling the time / 한 시, 두 시, 세 시, 네 시 …
Lesson 9 – Counters / 개, 명
Lesson 10 – Present Progressive / -고 있어요
Lesson 11 – Self-introduction / 자기소개
Lesson 12 – What date is it? / 날짜
Lesson 13 – Too, also / -도 – Part 1
Lesson 14 – Too, also / -도 – Part 2
Lesson 15 – Only / -만
Lesson 16 – Very, A bit, Really, Not really, Not at all / 조금, 아주, 정말, 전혀, 별로, 진짜
Lesson 17 – Can, cannot / -ㄹ 수 있다/없다
Lesson 18 – To be good/poor at ~ / 잘 하다/못 하다
Lesson 19 – Making verbs into nouns / -는 것
Lesson 20 – Have to, should, must / -아/어/여야 되다/하다
Lesson 21 – More ~ than ~ / ~보다 더
Lesson 22 – To like / 좋다 vs 좋아하다
Lesson 23 – If, in case / 만약, -(으)면
Lesson 24 – Still, already / 아직, 벌써
Lesson 25 – Something, someday, someone, somewhere / 누군가, 무언가, 어딘가, 언젠가
Lesson 26 – Imperative / -(으)세요
Lesson 27 – Do it for me / -아/어/여 주세요
Lesson 28 – Particle for method, way / -(으)로
Lesson 29 – More, all / 더, 다
Lesson 30 – Don’t do it / -지 마세요
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Level 3

Lesson 1 – Too much or very / 너무
Lesson 2 – Linking verbs with -고 / Verb and Verb / 하고
Lesson 3 – In front of, Behind, On top of, Under, Next to / 앞에, 옆에, 위에, 밑에, 뒤에
Lesson 4 – Shall we … ?, I wonder… / -(으)ㄹ까요?
Lesson 5 – Approximately, About / 쯤, 약, 정도
Lesson 6 – Future tense / -(으)ㄹ 거예요 vs -(으)ㄹ게요
Lesson 7 – Linking verbs / -아/어/여서
Lesson 8 – To look like, To seem like / – 같아요
Lesson 9 – To seem like, To look like (used with verbs) / -ㄴ 것 같아요
Lesson 10 – Before -ing / -기 전에
Lesson 11 – ㅂ irregular / ㅂ 불규칙
Lesson 12 – But still, Nevertheless / 그래도
Lesson 13 – Making adjectives / descriptive verbs + -ㄴ 명사
Lesson 14 – Making adjectives / action verbs + -는/(으)ㄴ/(으)ㄹ + 명사
Lesson 15 – Well then, In that case, If so / 그러면, 그럼
Lesson 16 – Let’s / -아/어/여요 (청유형)
Lesson 17 – In order to, For the sake of / 위하다, 위해, 위해서
Lesson 18 – Nothing but, Only / 밖에 + 부정형
Lesson 19 – After -ing / 다음에
Lesson 20 – Even if, Even though / -아/어/여도
Lesson 21 – Linking verbs / -는데, 명사 + -인데, 형용사 + -ㄴ데
Lesson 22 – Maybe I might… / -(ㅇ)ㄹ 수도 있어요
Lesson 23 – Word builder 1 / 학(學)
Lesson 24 – 르 irregular / 르 불규칙
Lesson 25 – Verb ending / -네요
Lesson 26 – ㄷ irregular / ㄷ 불규칙
Lesson 27 – Politeness Levels / 반말 and 존댓말
Lesson 28 – “Let’s” in casual language / 반말
Lesson 29 – ㅅ irregular / ㅅ 불규칙
Lesson 30 – Word builder 2 / 실(室)

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Level 4

Lesson 1 – The more … the more … / -면 -을수록
Lesson 2 – Do you want to …? / -(으)ㄹ래요?
Lesson 3 – It can’t be … /-(으)ㄹ 리가 없어요, 할 리가 없어요
Lesson 4 – verb ending / -지요/-죠
Lesson 5 – “당신” and “you” / 당신
Lesson 6 – Word builder 3 / 동(動)
Lesson 7 – It’s okay. I’m okay. / 괜찮아요
Lesson 8 – it is okay to…, you don’t have to… / -아/어/여도 돼요, 해도 돼요
Lesson 9 – you shouldn’t…, you’re not supposed to… / -(으)면 안 돼요, 하면 안 돼요
Lesson 10 – among, between / 사이에, 사이에서, 중에, 중에서
Lesson 11 – anybody, anything, anywhere / 아무나, 아무도, 아무거나, 아무것도
Lesson 12 – to try doing something / -아/어/여 보다, 해 보다
Lesson 13 – Word builder 4 / 불(不)
Lesson 14 – sometimes, often, always, never, seldom / 가끔, 자주, 별로, 맨날, 항상
Lesson 15 – any / 아무 Part 2
Lesson 16 – Spacing in Korean / 띄어쓰기
Lesson 17 – Word Contractions – Part 1 / 주격 조사, 축약형
Lesson 18 – most,best (superlative) / 최상급, 최고
Lesson 19 – Less, Not completely / 덜
Lesson 20 – Sentence Building Drill #1
Lesson 21 – Spacing Part 2 / 띄어쓰기
Lesson 22 – Word builder 5 / 장(場)
Lesson 23 – “Word Contractions – Part 2
Lesson 24 – much more, much less / 훨씬
Lesson 25 – -(으)ㄹ + noun (future tense noun group) / -(으)ㄹ + 명사, 할 것
Lesson 26 – -(으)ㄴ + noun (past tense noun group) / -(으)ㄴ + 명사, 한 것
Lesson 27 – I think … (+ future tense) / -(으)ㄴ/(으)ㄹ/ㄴ 것 같다, 한 것 같다, 할 것 같다
Lesson 28 – to become + adjective / -아/어/여지다
Lesson 29 – to gradually/eventually get to do something / -게 되다, 하게 되다
Lesson 30 – Sentence Building Drill #2

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Level 5

Lesson 1 – almost did – -(으)ㄹ 뻔 했다
Lesson 2 – -시- (honorific) / -시-, 하시다
Lesson 3 – Good work / 수고
Lesson 4 – I guess, I assume / -나 보다
Lesson 5 – I guess, I assume – Part 2 / -(으)ㄴ가 보다
Lesson 6 – Word builder 6 / 문(文)
Lesson 7 – as soon as … / -자마자, 하자마자
Lesson 8 – It is about to …, I am planning to … / -(으)려고 하다, 하려고 하다
Lesson 9 – While I was doing …, … and then … / -다가, 하다가
Lesson 10 – (say) that S + be / -(이)라고 + nouns
Lesson 11 – Sentence Building Drill #3
Lesson 12 – Noun + -(이)라는 + Noun / Someone that is called ABC / Someone who says s/he is XYZ
Lesson 13 – Word Builder lesson 7 / 회 (會)
Lesson 14 – -(으)니까, -(으)니 / Since, Because, As
Lesson 15 – At least, Instead, It might not be the best but… / -(이)라도
Lesson 16 – Narrative Present Tense in Korean / -(ㄴ/는)다, 하다 vs 해요 vs 한다
Lesson 17 – Quoting someone in Korean / -(ㄴ/는)다는, -(ㄴ/는)다고
Lesson 18 – Whether or not / -(으)ㄴ/는지
Lesson 19 – to tell someone to do something / Verb + -(으)라고 + Verb
Lesson 20 – Sentence Building Drill #4
Lesson 21 – Word Contractions Part 3 / 이거를 –> 이걸, 축약형
Lesson 22 – Word builder 8 / 식 (食)
Lesson 23 – it seems like … / I assume … / -(으)려나 보다
Lesson 24 – Not A But B, Don’t do THIS but do THAT / 말고, -지 말고
Lesson 25 – Compared to, Relatively / -에 비해서 -ㄴ/은/는 편이다 /
Lesson 26 – Instead of … / 대신에, -는 대신에
Lesson 27 – You know, Isn’t it, You see…, Come on… / -잖아(요)
Lesson 28 – to have no other choice but to … / -(으)ㄹ 수 밖에 없다
Lesson 29 – they said that they had done …, they said that they would … / -았/었/였다고, -(으)ㄹ 거라고
Lesson 30 – Sentence Building Drill 5

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Level 6

Lesson 1 – How about …? / ~ 어때요?
Lesson 2 – What do you think about …? / 어떻게 생각하세요? / 어떤 것 같아요?
Lesson 3 – One of the most … / 가장 ~ 중의 하나
Lesson 4 – Do you mind if I …? / -아/어/여도 돼요?
Lesson 5 – I’m in the middle of …-ing / -는 중이에요
Lesson 6 – Word Builder Lesson 9 / -님
Lesson 7 – One way or the other / 어차피
Lesson 8 – I’m not sure if … / -(으/느)ㄴ지 잘 모르겠어요.
Lesson 9 – While you are at it / -(으)ㄴ/는 김에 /
Lesson 10 – Sentence Building Drill #6
Lesson 11 – I mean… / 그러니까, 제 말 뜻은, -라고요, 말이에요
Lesson 12 – What do you mean? What does that mean? / 무슨 말이에요?
Lesson 13 – Word Builder 10 / 과
Lesson 14 – “/ (slash)” or “and” / -(으)ㄹ 겸
Lesson 15 – the thing that is called, what they call … / -(이)라는 것
Lesson 16 – -겠- (suffix)
Lesson 17 – because, since, let me tell you… / -거든(요)
Lesson 18 – – Or / -거나, -(이)나, 아니면
Lesson 19 – to improve, to change, to increase / -아/어/여지다 Part 2
Lesson 20 – Sentence Building Drill #7
Lesson 21 – Passive Voice in Korean – Part 1
Lesson 22 – Word Builder 11 / 무
Lesson 23 – Passive Voice – Part 2
Lesson 24 – I DID do it, I DO like it / -기는 하다
Lesson 25 – Easy/difficult to + V / -기 쉽다/어렵다
Lesson 26 – I thought I would …, I didn’t think you would … / -(으)ㄴ/ㄹ 줄 알다
Lesson 27 – can, to be able to, to know how to / -(으)ㄹ 수 있다, -(으)ㄹ 줄 알다
Lesson 28 – it depends on … / -에 따라 달라요
Lesson 29 – sometimes I do this, sometimes I do that / 어떨 때는 -고, 어떨 때는 -아/어/여요
Lesson 30 – Sentence Building Drill #8

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Level 7

Lesson 1 – I see that …, I just realized that … / -(는)구나 / -(는)군요
Lesson 2 – to pretend to + V / -(으/느)ㄴ 척/체 하다
Lesson 3 – to be doable/understandable/bearable / -(으)ㄹ 만하다
Lesson 4 – like + N / -같이, -처럼
Lesson 5 – as much as / -((으)ㄹ) 만큼
Lesson 6 – Word Builder 12 / 원 (院)
Lesson 7 – even if …, there is no use / -아/어/여 봤자
Lesson 8 – -길래
Lesson 9 – -느라고
Lesson 10 – Sentence Building Drill #9
Lesson 11 – Making Things Happen (Causative)
Lesson 12 – -더라(고요)
Lesson 13 – Word Builder 13 / 기 (機)
Lesson 14 – No matter how… / 아무리 -아/어/여도
Lesson 15 – What was it again? / 뭐더라?, 뭐였죠?
Lesson 16 – I said … / -다니까(요), -라니까(요)
Lesson 17 – They say …/-(느)ㄴ대요/-(이)래요
Lesson 18 – They say … / -(느)ㄴ다던데요/-(이)라던데요
Lesson 19 – Making reported questions / -냐고
Lesson 20 – Sentence Building Drill #10
Lesson 21 – Didn’t you hear him say … / -(ㄴ/는)다잖아요/-라잖아요
Lesson 22 – Word Builder 14 / 정 (定)
Lesson 23 – no matter whether you do it or not / -(으)나마나
Lesson 24 – Passive Voice + -어 있다 / To have been put into a certain state
Lesson 25 – to be bound to + V / -게 되어 있다
Lesson 26 – on top of …, in addition to … / -(으/느)ㄴ 데다가
Lesson 27 – As long as / -(느)ㄴ 한, -기만 하면
Lesson 28 – the thing that is called + Verb / -(ㄴ/는)다는 것
Lesson 29 – so that …, to the point where … / -도록
Lesson 30 – Sentence Building Drill #11


Level 8

Lesson 1 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions / 눈 (eye) – Part 1/2
Lesson 2 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions / 눈 (eye) – Part 2/2
Lesson 3 – right after + V-ing / -기가 무섭게, -기가 바쁘게
Lesson 4 – N + that (someone) used to + V / -던
Lesson 5 – Advanced Situational Expressions: Refusing in Korean
Lesson 6 – it means … / -(ㄴ/는)다는 뜻이에요
Lesson 7 – Word Builder 15 / 점 (點)
Lesson 8 – I hope …, I wish … / -(으)면 좋겠어요
Lesson 9 – Past Tense (Various Types) / 과거시제 총정리
Lesson 10 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 귀 (ear)
Lesson 11 – Sentence Building Drill 12
Lesson 12 – Present Tense (Various Types) / 현재시제 총정리
Lesson 13 – Word Builder 16 / 주 (主)
Lesson 14 – Advanced Situational Expressions: Agreeing
Lesson 15 – Future Tense (Various Types) / 미래시제 총정리
Lesson 16 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 가슴 (chest, heart, breast)
Lesson 17 – If only it’s not … / -만 아니면
Lesson 18 – in the same way that …, just like someone did … / -(으)ㄴ 대로
Lesson 19 – even if I would have to, even if that means I have to / -는 한이 있더라도
Lesson 20 – Sentence Building Drill 13
Lesson 21 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 머리 (head, hair)
Lesson 22 – Word Builder 17 / 상 (上)
Lesson 23 – Advanced Situational Expressions: Making Suggestions in Korean
Lesson 24 – it is just that …, I only … / -(으)ㄹ 따름이다
Lesson 25 – Advanced Situational Expressions: Defending in Korean
Lesson 26 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 몸 (body)
Lesson 27 – Advanced Situational Expressions: Complimenting in Korean
Lesson 28 – despite, in spite of / -에도 불구하고
Lesson 29 – Advanced Situational Expressions: When You Feel Happy
Lesson 30 – Sentence Building Drill #14


Level 9

Lesson 1 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions / 손 (Hand)
Lesson 2 – -아/어/여 버리다
Lesson 3 – Advanced Situational Expressions: When You Are Unhappy
Lesson 4 – -고 말다
Lesson 5 – Advanced Situational Expressions: When you are worried
Lesson 6 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 발 (foot)
Lesson 7 – Word Builder 18 / 비 (非)
Lesson 8 – Advanced Situational Expressions: Asking a favor
Lesson 9 – -(으)ㅁ
Lesson 10 – Sentence Building Drill 15
Lesson 11 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 마음 (mind, heart)
Lesson 12 – -아/어/여 보이다
Lesson 13 – Word Builder 19 / 신 (新)
Lesson 14 – Advanced Situational Expressions: 후회할 때
Lesson 15 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 기분 (feeling)
Lesson 16 – -(으)ㄹ 테니(까)
Lesson 17 – -(으/느)ㄴ 이상
Lesson 18 – -(으)ㄹ까 보다
Lesson 19 – Advanced Situational Expressions: 오랜만에 만났을 때
Lesson 20 – Sentence Building Drill 16
Lesson 21 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 생각 (thought, idea)
Lesson 22 – Word builder 20 / 시 (示, 視)
Lesson 23 – -(으)면서
Lesson 24 – -(ㄴ/는)다면서(요), -(이)라면서(요)
Lesson 25 – Advanced Situational Expressions: 길을 물어볼 때
Lesson 26 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 시간 (time)
Lesson 27 – -더니
Lesson 28 – -(으)ㄹ 바에
Lesson 29 – Advanced Situational Expressions: 차가 막힐 때
Lesson 30 – Sentence Building Drill #17


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  • Afiifah Radhiyatullah

    I love this web so much… This web help me to learn korean… I know this web from ig ever4one and TTIMK ig … Thank you so much TTIMK team :D

  • Lulu

    I’m currently thinking about learning Korean and I took a look at your Level One lessons and the explanations are amazing, you guys are brilliant :D I’m curious though. By the time you reach the end of Level 9 what level of maybe fluency or understanding of the language could you expect to be at and also are there going to be Level 10 lessons :o? Keep up your amazing work :)

  • Amy Do

    OMG I just found your website. it’s so beautiful and easy to understand. Thank you so much for your effort. I’ll try my best from the first lesson till the last one :)

    • Seokjin Jin

      Thanks for finding us! Let’s enjoy studying Korean with us. Yay!

  • Kat Evans

    Hi, I have a question about the numbers…. what if I need to say 0 … like 3.0.5 rather than 305 … or like .01 … :s … It might be a dumb question but I kind of want to know :p
    BTW.. your lessons are amazing, keep up the hard work team!
    Thanks :)

    • Seokjin Jin

      You mean “0”? We call it 영.
      So for 3.014, we call it 삼점영일사.
      Was this helpful? ^^ Thanks for your comment.

    • Kat Evans

      gomapseumnida

    • Mark Lester Cadavero Edrolin

      Yupt.. my leader says 점 in decimals.

    • JooyeonPark

      You can say ‘영’ or ‘공’ for zero.
      In the case of 3 0 5, you can say “삼 영 오 or 삼 공 오”, and as for .01, You can say ‘쩜영일’.
      ‘쩜’ means ‘point’ here.

    • Kat Evans

      Thank you so much :)

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  • Mark Lester Cadavero Edrolin

    이 웹사이트는 정말 재미있고 덕분에 한국말 많이 배웠어요. 제 한국어 실력이 아직 서툴러도 한국사람이랑 이야기를 할 수는 있어요. 한국에 와서 일한지 4개월 됐는데 라인장님이나 직장동료는 말할 때 못 알아들은 거 많으니까 실패한다고 느낀다만 포기하지 않고 공부는 계속 하겠어요.
    여기선생님들덕분에 많이 배워서 감사드리고요.
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  • Maybel Eugenio

    Wow..Its been a while since I’ve visited this website. I started listening podcast August this year and Yes, it was really fun learning with TTMIK =). I also watch your videos..I’m currently in Level 9 and always go back to other lessons to review because there are some(no.many, hehe.) words/sentences usages especially in advance situational situation lessons.. Thank you very much for this free lessons.. I will continue to learn and put more efforts to learn Korean..
    Maraming Salamat/ Gamsahapnida / Thank you TTMIK Team.. =)

  • pinkpandy

    Thanks so much for all the lessons! Is it possible to do ‘*Test Your Korean – Level 1 Dialog in 100% Korean’ for Level 3 and onwards please? ^^ They’re really helpful for finishing off the level and checking your understanding

    • Seokjin Jin

      Thanks for studying with us! I am sorry now we only have the “test your Korean” episodes for Level 1 and 2. Your opinion is very meaningful so we will consider it when we make other educational contents.

  • Permacore

    I have a question about the correct terminology and differentiation for suffixes.
    -에, -에서, -도, -까지, -고, etc are classified as being ‘particles’.
    But what about -어/아서, -던, -ㅁ/음, -어/아지다, -지만, etc? Those are all similar to a ‘particle’, in that they work independently of a following verb (unlike the grammartical forms that include verbs, for example, 같다 or 보다).

    Like particles, those suffixes/conjugations/endings modify the end of words (verbs/adjectives), and are not words themselves.

    I am arranging these various suffixes into a list, and not knowing how to classify or differentiate the latter types means I’m not sure whether I should add them to the particles list.

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  • 김상아

    love it site! 여기서 한국인으로써 가르쳐주기도 하고 배워가기도했었는데 ㅎㅎ2년만에 다시 들어와본 이곳. 더 방대해진 체계적 프로그램 자료들과 더 많은 외국인들이 열심히 배우고 있는 모습에 제가 다 기쁩니다! 앞으로도 모두 화이팅! 멋져요 b

    • JooyeonPark

      감사합니다!^^

  • Amanda Manuela

    I’m studying here for 3 months now and I’m almost finishing level 4, still learning a lot. Love the site, love you all. Thank you for existing. Regards from Brazil.

  • christie 尤秀玉

    is it easier to learn Korean if i can speak Chinese in aspect of vocabularies and understanding grammar? I’m Indonesian-born-Chinese living in Taiwan, just curious. Regards! and thanks for the very organized lessons

    • 스물다섯번째 밤

      Yes and no. Hanja (漢字) can help you with memorizing words if you
      memorize the sound associated with the character since 50% to 60% of
      Korean words Sino-Korean (from Chinese) [Ex: 소개 (紹介), 의사 (醫師), etc].
      Some will have similarities to Mandarin like 우 (雨) and 회 (會), and others
      will differ wildly such as 유 (唯,儒,流,遺, etc). IMO those who already
      know Chinese characters might as well pick up the Korean reading for the
      characters. Personally, I went through 1800 common characters to get a
      “feel” of how the characters would be pronounced in Korean.
      Unfortunately, knowing Chinese mainly helps with the vocabulary aspect.
      Korean is an SOV language, whereas Chinese (Mandarin) is SVO like
      English. If you know Japanese though, it’s very easy to pick up grammar
      since both languages exhibit similar features such as SOV order,
      particles (は/が vs 는/가,이; から/まで vs 부터/까지; を vs 을,를;  で vs 에서) etc. As
      with any language, it’ll take time and dedication to master it. Good
      luck!

  • adriana luce

    Can you assign a link to the site ?

  • Lola2507

    Hello! I know it’s a bit of a random question but what’s the name of the font you use for your PDF lessons? Thank you so much!

  • yourippehdees

    Happy Holiday to all you TTMIK folks. Just want to take the opportunity to thank you for all the great work you have done. I look always look forward to starting my day with a lesson.

  • whitewolfgirl

    I took Korean for a semester in college and really enjoyed it. (My main focus was Japanese and Chinese) Now I’m interested in learning more Korean so I started using this site’s lessons. Just wanted to thank all of you who have made TTMIK, the lessons, dialogues, etc.

    Right now I’ve started Level 2, mainly reviewing a lot of things I learned in my college class. There are a couple of new things I have learned however. Thank you so much TTMIK! :)

  • Jessistanbul

    Happy new year all the TTMIK community members. I am in the process of learning Korean as a Chinese. Just started off several weeks ago and still trying to work my way through level 2 ;) I have learned a lot since the first day I came to this place and I’ve really enjoyed all the audios and pdf materials. Thanks for making the audio and we appreciate all your great work! You guys are awesome! Xin Nian Kuai Le! ^.^

    • Janseeeeeeet

      are you living in Istanbul? Because i am turkish and i love asian people sooo much :D

    • 83eeyore

      i am Turkish too but living in UK

  • WildKyogre

    Really thank you for free Korean lessons. A lot better than rosetta stone by far

    • JooyeonPark

      Thank You for studying with us! :)

  • 83eeyore

    thank you for the free lessons, the are really helpful. i recently started to take some lessons at Oxford University and this website helps me a lot to practise.

    • Seokjin Jin

      Thanks for your comment. Please visit us frequently and feel free to practice your Korean through comments.

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  • Catherine

    Thank you for the lessons! I have been writing to my Korean friend and I think I am slowly improving on my skills Just a suggestion: there’s dialogue for Level 1-3 and a workbook for Level 1 (not sure where I find that) but not after that. Is it possible to add more exercise like those for the rest of the levels as well?

    • Catherine

      The workbook I found was a PDF file for Level 1 lessons 1-10. I realise you have a printed workbook for the level. Are they different?

    • JooyeonPark

      Humm.. Where did you find that workbook? Because we don’t have any PDF files for workbooks. We only have our workbooks as paperback books. If you mean our PDF files for audio lessons, our workbooks are made for you to practice the grammar that you had learned on the pdf files (or our grammar text books). We also have our own grammar text books based on the pdf files. In the grammar text books, we have added more detailed explanations and examples. You can check our books on our online bookstore at Mykoreanstore.com

  • Rachel Singleton

    I love this site so much! Hearing people ACTUALLY speak Korean helps me learn a lot faster! You guys are the BEST!

  • Stephanie Barrera

    Hi! Could someone tell me how to buy and download the video series?

  • Reinier Venhuizen

    I ordered several books about 1 week ago. They arrived today in Holland.
    thanks for the quick shipping.
    Reinier

  • Aziz

    It is so easy and really enjoyable to learn with you, guys! Great many THANKS for creating such a fantastic opportunity for us. We appreciate your hard work! From now on, a number of your constant listeners went up by one! Best of Luck…
    고맙습니다!!!

  • Thomas Osekowsky

    안녕하세요! TTMIK 팀은 항상 도움이 많이 되셔서 감사합니다~

    I sometimes get confused about similar Korean words, which is why I want to get the K-Word showdown book. However, there is a trio of words I’m hoping to clear up which aren’t in that book.

    The words are 가운데, 중앙, and 중간. I know that 중안 is only used for physical locations, while 중간 can be used for both space and time… however, besides this I’m not sure what the differences between these three words are.

    도와주시면 감사하겠습니다! 수고하세요~

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  • Fred Lee

    Thanks for all the great content! Can you tell me the difference between the “Level 1 Lessons / TTMIK Grammar E-book” and the “Grammar Textbook Level 1″? Is it the same content?

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  • Afifah Jahra

    Thanks for you guys!!!!

  • leyda

    How can write in korean (im just kidding)