Workbook – Level 1 Lessons 11-20


안녕하세요! We are back with the workbook files for Level 1 Lessons 11-20! First open the PDF file available in the sidebar, and then try answering the questions yourself, and check the correct answers at the end of the PDF file. And then also listen to the audio file to check the correct answers and also the correct pronunciation of the words and phrases that are used in the PDF.

And once again, we CAN’T thank you enough!! for studying with us. 정말 감사합니다. Thank you so much for your support, for your comments, and also for helping us spread the word.

PDF en español:

Marta Ribes translated the entire PDF into Spanish for Spanish speakers. Thank you Marta! Marta has a very useful blog at so be sure to check out her blog and say hi to her!

You can view the PDF here or download it here. And after you learn the basics, try writing your own Korean sentences and get corrections from native speakers through HaruKorean, our 1:1 correction service.

Our workbook files are free of charge. But if you’d like to help support the production of the lessons through donation, that will help us a great deal in the continuation of the lessons and also lower the prices of the products in our store section. Thank you!


  • jamie

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  • Stephanie

    I can’t thank you guys enough for these lessons! I’ve just started and I already remember a lot of the essentials and i’m surprised that I can actually understand a few things at restaurants and on TV. I <3 YOU !!! ^^

  • chen

    i’m really glad that i found a website that teaching korean and have free download,, next time i will try to donate here if i got my ATM,,, this site is really useful,, gamsamnida.. ;-)

  • Jean

    너무 감사홉니다! 석진오빠, thank you for helping everyone with the questions. I learn a lot from your comments. I wish I had time to read them all, so many interesting people and everyone is so good at Korean. Maybe I will go back and read them, after I catch up on the lessons :).

    I had a question on spacing the native Korean numbers. I noticed in the PDF for lesson 20, 스물한 살 has no space between twenty-one, but in the 11-20 worksheet, 스물 한 살 would have a space between twenty-one. Are both correct? Thank you again for the wonderful lessons!

    • jinseokjin

      Ah…. 스물한 살 is correct. Maybe we did a mistake in the PDF. Thanks for your comment.

  • Elise Kate

    Thanks for the workbooks they really help ^^.
    “And once again, we CAN’T thank you enough!! for studying with us. 정말 감사합니다.” There’s no need to thank us, you are too kind to provide everything and not expect anything back. I will try to support you by buying some things from your online shop seeing as you no longer accept donations ^^.

    Hmm please could you explain to me the difference between
    쓰다 (Maybe… 저는 이야기 쓰고 싶어요… would that work?) and 적다?
    I don’t know a situation where it would be appropriate to use 적다.

    내년에 한국에 가면 만나고 싶어요.
    정말 감사합니다.

  • Brenda Maidana

    where’s the pdf in spanish of lessons 11-20?

  • Zydae Kiyoshi J

    i dont have a korean charachter keyboard and i would really like to practice writing in korean and not just romanization, is there any way for me to do that?? :(

    • Christopher

      A late answer but.

      I don’t know if I’m understanding you correctly but you don’t need a special keyboard to write in Korean. Just click this link and it will show you how to write in hangul.

      Or you could just write by hand :)

  • Zydae Kiyoshi J

    i cant find the workbookkk where is itttt :(

  • Feyy

    Sun songsaengnim !Kamsahamnida !My Korean is improving~I can read in korean but I can’t speak in Korean and this site help me~^^

  • Christopher

    I have downloaded the PDF-file but I can’t write in the blanks? Nothing happens when I try or is it not possible?


  • Sarah

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  • newenjoy

    gom ma wo :))

  • Breena

    I found this AWESOME thank you so much!

  • sofia

    Gracias por ayudarnos a aprender coreano tan bien; son excelentes profesores. Sé que HYUNWOO SUN habla español por eso escribo en mi lengua materna. 감사합니다.

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  • Richard

    Thx a lot for your hadwork, you make this very entertaining :)

  • Igor

    Hi, can I say instead of 이거 읽고 싶어요:
    이거 보고 싶어요?
    I kinda copied it from chinese, but I’ve heard somewhere, 보다 means to read too.
    So, would 보다 be as good and natural as 읽다?

    • jinseokjin

      Hi Igor,
      Yeah, you can also say 이거 보고 싶어요 instead of 이거 읽고 싶어요.
      As both sounds natural so it is hard to say which one is more natural.

      However, I hope you to know that 읽다 only means “to read” and 보다 means “to see” and “to read”.

  • melek

    i didnt understand 이천십년 (i-cheon-sim-nyeon) , i answered 2010 (i-cheon-sib) what is sim nyeon?
    thank you.. i enjoy the exercices

    • jinseokjin

      Hello Melek,

      천 means 1,000′s digit and 십 means 10′s digit.
      Therefore, 10 년 means 10 years. When 십 is pronounced alone, it will sound like [sip] but when consonant is followed to it, then the sound is changed to [sim] for the ease of pronounce.

    • melek

      oh.. i understand it now.. i read ”sib” ”sim” so i was confused..
      and nyeon is year

    • Josh

      What do you call an onion that is 5 years old? O-nyeon. ^^

  • Vica

    Hi)) I like your lessons very much! They are very helpful
    Thank you for them^^
    Where can I download workbook for lessons 11-20?

  • K

    I can’t download this workbook in English version. Please, can somebody can help me?

  • Angela Scorcia

    What is the difference between reading and working? 일..

  • chey.chanthin

    Hi I wanna to have a book of korean lesson how can I do?

  • Taylor

    YAY!! I am very proud of myself. I did very well! TTMIK is amazing! I trust this site more than any other! Thank You so much! Im getting closer and closer to speaking korean fleuntly and closer to my dream of going to South Korea! Gamsahabnida ( i wish I knew how to type hangeul on my keyboard) Even though i try really hard…all the credit goes to you guys, i don’t know how i could have done this without you guys! Thanks SO MUCH!!! MUCHAS GRACIAS! GAMSAHABNIDA!!!!

    • josh

      Not sure what Windows you are using but this is the general way to get Korean on your keyboard. Go to control panel and find “Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options” then select “add other languages” then go to the keyboard tab and hit change keyboards then click add then scroll down to Korean and select IME. Now your right alt button will serve as a way to type in English/Korean. From there you can google image a Korean key map or buy the 5$ stickers from this site ^.^ Good luck!

  • Lee ShinBi Agassi

    안녕^^ I’m new here,,
    What 는데 in the sentence,,,and what means 니, for ex
    x”넌 아니 or 왜가니?

  • Juri

    :))I feel happy and lucky that i have found your website. This is the best one for learn Korean that i’ve seen i think^^감사함니다.

  • Juri

    I feel happy and lucky that i found your website. This is the best one that i’ve known to learn korean i think, 감사합니다:))

  • Criss

    Hello, I’m glad I found this site, is very attractive and even more difficult if a language (I was in Romania) I hope to learn how cit.Felicitari teachers, and actors from which many people around the world wants to know more about Korea.Felicitari and thank you.

  • Sept

    Urgh, i can’t download the pdf file :(

  • L

    I have a question regarding Level 1 Lesson 17.

    for the word 팔다, it’s present tense, the answer said it’s 팔아요 but from what I had learnt, isn’t it suppose to be 어요 since the verb stem’s last vowel is not ‘ᅡ’ or ‘ᅩ’?

    I am confused > <
    Please help me, thankyou!

  • J Ortega

    whoooa thank you for making this for people

  • Shankar GANESH

    gam-sahap-ni-da, gam-sahap-ni-da, gam-sahap-ni-da

    I’m from Bangalore in India and loved your methodology. Tried many links/sites but felt very comfortable and practical to follow your pdf / audio. Keep up the good work and continue to support the language. All the best to you and your team.

    One of the best pronunciations that I’ve heard in my life. gam-sahap-ni-da.

  • Maelis

    Hi! Thank you so much for lessons!!!!!
    Infact I am writing this because I don’t find the PDF so I can’t answer to the questions ^^”…
    Can someone help me please?

  • winnie

    안녕하세요, 선생님…
    Eumm.. Why I can’t download the PDF file?

    • jinseokjin

      Hi Winnie,
      Currently, we are working on a more mobile-friendly version of the website.
      The site will be fixed soon and you will enjoy the contents you wanted as much as you want.
      I forwarded your message to other staffs so it will be fixed soon.
      Thanks for your comment. :)

  • Kyunghwa

    I can’t find the PDF file? I’m sad because the workbook is really helpful :(

  • Linda

    I can’t find the pdf. There is no sidebar :/