Recording for TTMIK Book

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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.

So we hope that our books will help more people learn Korean on their own, as well as help our listeners review with a book what they have learned before on the website and through our audio lessons. Our TTMIK Books were actually going to be published sooner, but it took longer than we had thought to reach a final agreement with the publisher about the overall design and concept of the book. So, if you’ve been waiting for them for a while, sorry about that! But we have finally recorded the vocabulary, phrases and sample dialogues for the first book today, so we hope the book will be finished soon and available for everybody.

It took us about two hours to record everything, but it was a lot of fun too. Hope you enjoy the short video from the studio as well. Thank you so much!

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