Basic words and phrases in Korean language (한국어 / hangugeo) can be easily learned nowadays. It is one of the most popular languages among southeast Asian countries because of the prevalence of Korean culture through Korean popular posts, Korean drama/movies, Korean music, and even Korean food. Many people want to learn Korean to expand their vocabulary and understand how their favorite actors and biases speak. Whatever the reason is, it is undeniable that the Korean language has taken a big step to know not just in Asia but all over the world.
Today, there are lots of people who speak English as their second language because it has been widely used all over the world, but learning to speak Korean will definitely step up your game. It will widen your vocabulary and give you a deeper understanding of Koreans. So, are you ready to learn new Korean words and Korean phrases? Let's go! (가자! / gaja!)
What are the most important basic Korean words that you should know?
There you have it, 10 basic Korean words! Now let's learn 490+ more in detail!
Here is some useful information that you might want to take note of about the Korean language:
Korean is spoken in North and South Korea, China (mainly provinces bordering North Korea), Japan, and Russia.
Korean is also spoken in other large communities around the world such as the US (most from New York), Singapore, Thai, Guam, and Paraguay. The number of Korean speakers continues to increase because there are some countries like the Philippines, where the Korean language is taught as an elective course.
The most known origin of the Korean language is the Altaic language family of central Asia, including Turkish, Mongolian, and the Tungusic languages of Siberia. Other linguists also argue that Korean belongs to the Austronesian language family.
Because of the long history between Chinese and Japanese, determining their linguistic affiliation is really complicated. Some also considered the Korean language as isolated. Whatever its origin may be, it gave birth to an amazing language called Korean.
We all know that the whole country of Korea is divided into two- The democratic People's Republic of Korea ( North Korea) and the Republic of Korea (South Korea). The Ancient Korean language was divided into two dialects namely Puyo (spoken in Manchuria and North Korea) and Han (spoken in South Korea).
Modern Korean, which is based on the Han dialect, became dominant all over the Korean peninsula and is widely used nowadays. There are two standard varieties of Modern Korean. Both dialects are distinguished and regulated by the national language policy of the country. Most of these dialects are mutually intelligible.
There is a special reason why people want to learn Korean words and Korean phrases. People have different reasons why they want to learn this language. It can be because they are inspired by the Korean music and dramas they are listening to and watching.
It may also be a requirement for an elective subject in school. Most of all, people want to start learning Korean because they want to travel to Korea and start conversations with the locals.
Whatever the reason is, it is really commendable for you to start learning Korean so here's a list of Basic Words and Phrases in Korean for you to start with:
English Translation: Yes
네 (ne) is used the same way it is used in the English language. As a traveler, this is really essential especially in airports, shopping, dining, and traveling around the country. You can also hear people say 예 (ye) which is a more casual way to say Yes in Korean.
English Translation: No
No is also one of the basic but most important words to learn in Korean. It is as important as the word Yes because you will not say Yes all the time.
On the other hand, when you are in doubt or unsure about something, 아마도 / amado is the right word for you. Of course, there will be a lot of things that you won't be so sure about when you begin to learn Korean.
English Translation: Ok
The common way of agreeing is saying Ok (괜찮아요 / gwaenchanayo). This is just a word but it is really important and useful in many different situations.
English Translation: Hello
안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo) is one of the most common words in the Korean language you will hear anywhere. Koreans love to welcome people with a greeting This is the easiest Korean greeting that you can use in many situations. This is also a great conversation starter and ice breaker when communicating with the locals.
English Translation: Please
Koreans really value respect and politeness. It is clearly reflected in Koreans when you go to their country or even just watch their movies and dramas that is why the word Please (주세요 / juseyo) is used often. As a traveler, this is important to show your politeness to the locals in different situations such as dining in a restaurant and shopping.
English Translation: Thank you
Saying Thank you(감사합니다 / gamsahamnida) in Korean is really important especially when you visit Korea. 감사합니다 (gamsahamnida) is used in formal conversations and you could also hear 고마워요 (gomawoyo) which is used in casual conversations. This is also a common Korean phrase or expression that is really important in daily conversations.
We all know that saying Thank you is a sign of showing your appreciation and gratitude to another person which is a very important thing in Koreans. There are a lot more Korean phrases that you can use to say Thank you but this is the most common you can use in both speaking and writing.
English Translation: You're welcome
You should also know how to respond when somebody thanked you by simply just saying You're welcome (천만에요 / cheonmaneyo) in Korean. This is also a sign of politeness toward other people. Korean phrases like this are really important to keep the conversation going and also to be nice.
English Translation: Excuse me
There will also be times where you need to use the phrase Excuse me (실례합니다 / sillyehamnida) This phrase is used to apologize but there are different usages for this phrase. One example is 저기요 (jeogiyo) which is used to get attention. Another example is 잠시만요 (jamsimanyo) which is used to pass someone.
English Translation: Sorry
Both Korean phrases have the same meaning but they are used in different situations. 미안합니다 / (mianhamnida) is formal and you could also hear 미안해 (mianhe) which is more casual. Saying sorry is a sign of humility and also respect.
English Translation: Goodbye
Knowing how to say Goodbye (안녕히 계세요 / annyeounghi gyeseyo) in Korean is also important especially if you are a tourist. It is one of the most common Korean greetings which is mostly used in daily conversations.
These 10 basic words and phrases in the Korean language are just the simplest and easiest that you can learn. As a person who doesn't know how to speak Korean, these phrases and words are a good starting point in your journey in language learning. For people who speak English, learning Korean may not be too easy especially in written form since it is really. But with a lot of practice and continuous reading of blogs like this, you will surely get learn little by little.
Speaking Korean will require you to learn more vocabulary other than the 10 mentioned above. Now that you have learned the 10 basic words and phrases in the Korean language, let us learn more. Take note, we are only learning the basic words, phrases, and sentences, there are separate blog posts for other topics as well. Here is a list of additional Korean phrases and words to learn in different categories:
There are plenty of Korean phrases and vocabulary that are commonly used in everyday conversation. There are Koreans who speak English but there are also those who don't. Learning basic words and phrases in the Korean language as well as sentences will make it easier when you are talking to the locals. Here is a list of words and phrases that are used in everyday life:
|안 좋아요||an joayo||Bad|
|잠깐만요!||jamkkanmanyo!||Just a moment!|
|몰라요||mollayo||I don’t know|
|걱정 하지 마세요!||geokjeong haji maseyo!||Don’t worry!|
|문제 없어요||munje eopseoyo||No problem!|
|이게 뭐예요||ige mwoyeyo||What is this?|
|제 이름은 ... 입니다||je ireum-eun ... imnida||My name is ...|
|만나서 반가워요||mannaseo bangawoyo.||It is nice to meet you!|
|영국말 하실 줄 아세요?||yeongukmal hasil jul aseyo?||Do you speak English?|
|한국말 하실 줄 아세요?||hangukmal hasil jul aseyo?||Do you speak Korean?|
|한국말을 조금 할 수 있어요||hangungmareul jogeum hal su isseoyo -||I can speak a little Korean|
|한국말을 못해요||hangungmareul motaeyo||I can’t speak Korean|
Shopping is part of a great adventure in Korea. Even if you don't plan to go to Korea, there may be times when you want to buy something in a Korean store. One of the reasons why people admire Koreans is the products they use in everyday life. Here are some words that may help your shopping experience easier:
|이거 얼마예요?||igeo eolmayeyo?||How much is this?|
|카드 돼요?||kadeu dwaeyo?||Can I pay with a credit card?|
|몇시에 문 닫아요?||myeotsie mun dadayo?||What time do you close?|
|좀 깎아 주세요||jom kkakka juseyo||Please give me a discount|
|영수증 주세요||yeongsujeung juseyo||Please give me a receipt|
|환불해 주세요||hwanbulhae juseyo||Please give me a refund|
|모두 얼마예요?||modu eolmayeyo?||How much is the total?|
Another reason why people love Korean culture is because of their food. If you want to eat in local restaurants or if someone invited you for a meal, these are some phrases that you need to know as a beginner. Take note of the pronunciation of these Basic words and phrases in the Korean language because it is really important.
|맛있게 드세요||masitge deuseyo||Bon appétit|
|많이 먹어요||mani meogeoyo||Eat up!|
|목 말라요||mok mallayo||I’m thirsty|
|마시고 싶어||masigo sipeo||I want to eat/drink.|
|맛없어요||maseopseoyo||It doesn’t taste good|
|메뉴판 주세요||menyupan juseyo||Please give me a menu|
|채식주의자용 식사 있어요?||chaesikjuuijayong siksa isseoyo?||Do you have vegetarian dishes?|
Traveling is really hard if it is your first time and it is even harder when you don't know how to speak their native language. Even if you are with your friends and all of you only know how to speak English, traveling will be hard for all of you. If you decide to Korea, try learning the following phrases that the native speakers use:
| 왼쪽으로 가세요||oenjjokeuro gaseyo||Turn left|
|오른쪽으로 가세요||oreunjjokeuro gaseyo||Turn right|
|길을 잃었어요||gireul irryeosseoyo||I’m lost|
|여기에서 얼마나 걸리는지 아세요?||yeogieseo eolmana geollineunji aseyo?||How far is it from here?|
| 버스 요금 얼마예요?||beoseu yogeum eolmayeyo?||How much is the bus fare?|
| 이 버스는 어디로 가요?||i beoseuneun eodiro gayo?||Where does this bus go?|
|서울에 가는 버스 표가 얼마예요?||seoure ganeun beoseu pyoga eolmayeyo?||How much is a bus ticket to Seoul?|
|미안하지만 저는 이 근처 사람이 아니예요||mianhajiman jeoneun i geuncheo sarami aniyeyo||I’m sorry, I’m not from around here|
Being a non-native speaker will really give you a hard time understanding conversations and interactions. So, it's nice to learn some basic words and phrases in Korean language that you can use to make things clear. Surely, Koreans will be kind enough to clarify things for you.
|다시 한 번 말해 주세요||dasi han beon malhae juseyo||Please say that one more time.|
|천천히 말해 주세요||cheoncheonhi malhae juseyo||Please speak slowly.|
|이해 못해요||ihae mothaeyo||I don’t understand|
Emergencies can happen anytime and anywhere. You never know when and where it will happen. You may feel comfortable if you always have a doctor like Kang Mo-Yeon (in Descendants of the Sun) or a responsive police officer like Choi Eun-Cheol (in Hometown Cha-cha-cha) by your side. But, if you don't have people like them at all times, you must learn some basic words and phrases in Korean language to be used for emergencies like the following:
|비상 전화번호예요||bisang jeonhwabeonhoyeyo||Emergency phone number|
|난 겁먹었어요||nan geommeogeosseoyo||I'm scared.|
|경찰을 불러 주세요||Gyeongchareul bulleo juseyo.||Call the police, please.|
|구급차 불러요!||gugeupcha bulleoyo!||Call an ambulance!|
|누군가 나의 가방을 훔쳐갔어요||nugun-ga naui gabangeul humchyeogasseoyo||Someone has stolen my bag.|
Going to a place as wonderful as South Korea will bring you to different sorts of adventures which can be tiring but fulfilling. One of the first things you'll do when you arrive in Korea is looking for accommodation that is really budget-friendly but can still give you the Korean culture experience. Learn these basic words and phrases in Korean language that is related to accommodation to have smooth transactions.
|방 열쇠||bang yeolsoe||a room key|
|싱글룸||singgeullum||a single room|
|우리는 여기에서 이틀 밤을 머물고 싶어요||urineun yeogieseo iteul bameul meomulgo sipeoyo||We want to stay here for two nights.|
|나는 네(4)명의 사람들을 위해 방 2(두)개를 예약하고 싶어요||naneun ne(4)myeongui saramdeureul wihae bang 2(du)gaereul yeyakago sipeoyo||I want to reserve two rooms for four people.|
|나는 하룻밤 묵을 싱글룸을 예약하고 싶어요||naneun harutbam mugeul singgeullumeul yeyakago sipeoyo||I want to reserve a single room for one night.|
|제 방 열쇠를 안내 데스크에 맡겨도 되나요?||je bang yeolsoereul annae deseukeue matgyeo-do doenayo?||Can I leave my room key at reception?|
|그 호텔은 인터넷을 제공하나요?||geu hotereun inteoneseul jegonghanayo?||Does the hotel provide Internet?|
|나는 내 방에서 쉬고 싶어요||naneun nae bangeseo swigo sipeoyo||I want to rest in my room.|
We cannot talk about basic words and phrases in Korean language without some love and relationship phrases. After all, I bet one of the reasons why you're here is because of your favorite Oppa and bias. And hey, pretty sure that the K-dramas never failed to make you fall in love or believe in true love even in mermaids like "Legend of the Blue Sea" and aliens like "My Love from the Star".
Falling in love with Koreans is not hard because let's admit it, what's not to love about them? So, here are some basic words and phrases in Korean language that is related to love and relationships:
|보고 싶어||bogo sipeo||I miss you.|
|사랑해||saranghae||I love you.|
|좋아해||joahae||I like you.|
|나는 너에게 반했어||naneun neo-ege banhaesseo||I’ve got a crush on you.|
|만나고 싶어||mannago sipeo||I want to see you.|
|나는 니꺼야||naneun nikkeoya||I’m yours|
|예쁘네요!||yeppeuneyo!||You are pretty!|
|너무 귀여워요!||neomu gwiyeowoyo!||You are so cute!|
|정말 친절하네요!||jeongmal chinjeolhaneyo!||You are so sweet!|
|첫눈에 반했어||cheonnune banhaesseo||It was love at first sight.|
|당신은 나에게 무척 소중해요||dangsineun naege mucheok sojunghaeyo||You mean so much to me.|
|아직도 남자친구가 없어요?||ajikdo namjachinguga eopseoyo?||Do you still not have a boyfriend?|
Guided by the teachings of Confucianism, Korean families strictly value filial piety and respect for elders. Koreans are known to be family-oriented people. Family members are extremely devoted to one another. It is well-reflected in their K-dramas like "Reply 1988". If you watched this K-drama, you can the Korean culture in terms of family. Elders are well-respected. Parents are responsible for molding their children to be good and responsible citizens by providing them education and teaching them the Korean culture. Children are supposed to be obedient and respectful to their parents and pursue education to become successful in the future.
Here are some basic words and phrases in Korean language related to the family that you should learn as a beginner:
|외할아버지||oe harabeoji||grandfather (maternal)|
|외할머니||oe halmeoni||grandmother (maternal)|
|가족들과 함께 여행을 가요||gajokdeulgwa hamkke yeohaengeul gayo||I go on a trip with my family|
|우리 가족은 다섯(5)명이에요||uri gajogeun daseot(5)myeongieyo||We are a family of five.|
|우리 아빠 친절하세요||uri appa chinjeolhaseyo||My dad is kind.|
Verbs and adjectives are essential parts of the sentence structure. If you know the basic verbs and adjectives, it will be easier for you to understand and write sentences in Korean. Remember, the Korean language is meant to be learned and understood easily. At first, it seems like it's hard to learn especially if you're from western countries but after learning the Korean alphabet, you'll realize that it's not hard to learn Korean. Here are some basic verbs and adjectives you'll need to know.
|좋다||jota||to be good|
|싫다||silta||to be bad|
|쉽다||swipda||to be easy|
|어렵다||eoryeopda||to be difficult|
|깨끗하다||kkaekkeuthada||to be clean|
|더럽다||deoreopda||to be dirty|
|재미있다||jaemiitda||to be interesting|
|재미없다||jaemieopda||to be boring|
|덥다||deopda||to be hot|
|춥다||chupda||to be cold|
One thing to learn about Koreans is they are really organized. Everything is past-faced to keep productivity but remember, past-faced doesn't always result from productivity. They are still into details and quality of work. If you're following a K-pop group, they spend time before releasing new songs but they make sure that their comebacks are a blast. So, here are some basic words and phrases in Korean language that are related to time.
In learning basic words and phrases in Korean language, we shouldn't miss the Korean slang words. If you have a strong grasp of this, understanding Korean jokes and watching K-dramas will be a lot easier for you. Also, if you start making friends, you will talk more casually and usually, these are the terms that you'll commonly use.
Korean slang words are not usually taught in the classroom. They are learned through interacting with other people and of course, the internet. So, these are some basic Korean slang words to learn if you want to sound like a native speaker.
|꿀잼||kkuljaem||fun or interesting|
|노잼||nojaem||not funny or boring|
|솔까말||solkkamal||TBH (to be honest)|
|불금||bulgeum||TGIF (literal Burning Friday or Golden Friday)|
|쪼렙||jjolep||beginner level or noob|
|치맥||chimaek||Chicken and beer, the perfect pairing|
|세젤예||sejelye||prettiest in the world|
|ㅁㄹ||m l||IDK (short for 몰라, molla)|
|ㅈㅅ||j s||sorry (short for 죄송합니다, joesonghamnida)|
|ㄱㅅ||g s||ty (short for 감사합니다, gamsahamnida)|
"Crash Landing On You", "Reply 1988" and "Goblin". These are just three of the most iconic K-dramas that made history in the K-drama world. If you're an OG K-drama fan, you have surely picked up words that are commonly used in K-dramas that you unconsciously learn. Wondering what it means? Check out these basic words and phrases in Korean language used in K-dramas.
|누나||noona||used by males when referring to older female siblings/relatives/close friends;|
|언니||eonni/unni||used by females when referring to older female siblings/relatives/close friends|
|형||hyung/hyeong||used by males when referring to older male siblings/relatives/close friends|
|오빠||oppa||used by females when referring to older male siblings/relatives/close friends/boyfriends; occasionally, idols/celebrities|
|아저씨||ahjussi||middle-aged men/married men|
|아줌마||ahjumma||middle-aged women/married women|
|아이구||aigoo||Indicate a deep sigh, Expressing frustration or pity; show surprise (occasionally)|
|배고파||paegopa||I am hungry.|
|잠깐만||jamkkanman||Just a sec/Wait a minute./Hold on.|
|잘자||jalja||Good night./Sleep well.|
| 거짓말이야||geojitmariya||It’s a lie./Don’t lie.|
|너 미쳤어?||neo michyeosseo||Are you crazy?|
|어떻해?||eotteokhae?||What to do?|
|괜찮아||gwaenchanha||It’s fine./I’m okay.|
|그럼||geureom||If so, then…/Of course.|
|하지마||hajima||Don’t do it./Stop it.|
|오모||omo||Oh my gosh.|
|혹시||hokshi||Could it be…/By any chance…/Would it be possible if…|
|여보세요||yeoboseyo||Hello (Used for answering a call )|
|약속해||yaksokhae||I Promise/Promise me|
|선배||sunbae||used to address seniors|
|후배||hoobae||used to address juniors|
|세상에||sesange||In the world (literal); Oh my god!/My goodness!|
Just recently, Lisa, the main dancer of the Korean girl group Blackpink, dropped her first-ever single entitled "Lalisa". This song really made the whole world stop even non-Koreans because it breaks two Guinness World Records. "Lalisa" hits 73.6 million views in its first 24 hours breaking Taylor Swift's "Me!" with 65.2 million. It also set a new record for a solo K-pop artist's most-viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours which was formerly held by her bandmate Rose.
BTS also set billboard records with their song "Dynamite" and is now concurring the world's music industry. Just recently they released their song with Coldplay entitled "My Universe".
These are just two of the internationally recognized Korean groups that really made their way to represent Korea. It is no doubt that the Korean music industry is a global trend and has a huge fanbase in different part of the world. So, the K-popper blood runs within you, would it hurt to learn some basic words and phrases in Korean language that are related to music?
|음악 산업||eumak saneop||music industry|
|뮤직 비디오||myujik bidio||music video|
|클래식 음악||keullaesik eumak||classical music|
|재즈 음악||jazz music||jaejeu eumak|
|여성 가수||yeoseong gasu||singer|
|오페라 가수||opera gasu||opera singer|
|어떤 케이팝 그룹을 가장 좋아해요?||Eotteon keipab geurubeul gajang joahaeyo?||What is your favorite K-pop group?|
|케이팝을 좋아한지 얼마나 되었어요?||Keipabeul joahanji eolmana doeeosseoyo?||How long have you been listening to K-pop?|
Below are some of the basic vocabulary of common Korean words about everyday life essential words such as Korean family words, most typical greetings, basic medical terms, directions, and other terms for everyday life.
|No.||Korean Word||Pronunciation||English Translation|
|3||제발||jebal||please in a desperate way|
|7||고맙습니다||gomap seumnida||thank you|
|11||도와 주세요||dowa juseyo||help|
|24||누나||nuna||old sister (if you are male)|
|25||언니||eonni||old sister (if you are female)|
|26||형||hyeong||old brother (if you are male)|
|27||오빠||oppa||old brother (if you are female)|
|29||남동생||nam dongsaeng||younger brother|
|32||어머니||eo meo ni||mother (formal)|
|40||남자 친구||namja chinggu||boyfriend|
|41||여자 친구||yeoja chingu||girlfriend|
|47||첫사랑||cheot sarang||first love|
|48||짝사랑||jjak sarang||secret crush|
|64||천만에요||cheon maneyo||you're welcome|
|68||이렇게||ireoke||for a while|
|83||일어나다||ireonada||to wake up or get up|
|85||쓰다||sseuda||to write or to use|
|90||읽다||ik tta||to read|
|94||좋다||jota||to be good|
|95||싫다||silta||to be bad|
|96||덥다||deopda||to be hot|
|97||춥다||chupda||to be cold|
|99||슬프다||seulpeuda||to be sad|
|100||아프다||apeuda||to be sick or in pain|
|101||피곤하다||pigonhada||to be tired|
|102||재미있다||jaemiitda||to be interesting|
|103||재미없다||jaemieopda||to be boring|
|104||어렵다||eoryeopda||to be difficult|
|105||쉽다||swipda||to be easy|
|106||깨끗하다||kkaekkeuthada||to be clean|
|107||더럽다||deoreopda||to be dirty|
|108||빠르다||ppareuda||to be fast|
|109||느리다||neurida||to be slow|
|128||속눈썹||sok nun seop||eyelashes|
|131||볼 / 뺨||pol/pyam||cheek|
|135||이, 이빨||i / ipal||tooth|
|141||목구멍, 목, 목이||mok khumeong||throat|
|142||신체 부분||sinche fubun||body parts|
|157||손바닥||son fadak||palm (hand)|
|217||고혈압||gohyeorap||high blood pressure|
|218||저혈압||jeohyeorap||low blood pressure|
|220||사망, 임종||samang, imjong||death|
|235||찐 콩||chin khong||baked beans|
|244||바나나 한 송이||phanana haan songi||bunch of bananas|
|245||포도 한 송이||phodo han songi||bunch of grapes|
|248||꽃양배추||kot yang phechhu||cauliflower|
|254||프렌치 콩||French beans||furenchi khong|
|288||옥수수||oksusu||corn / sweetcorn|
|289||토마토 통조림||thomatho thong-chhorip||tinned tomatoes|
|316||선 과일||sun-khwail||green (unripe) fruit|
|319||제빵 가루||chepang karu||baking powder|
|320||파란색 치즈||faransek chiju||blue cheese|
|323||갈색 설탕||khalsek salthang||brown sugar|
|327||옥수수 가루||oksusu kharu||corn flour|
|328||코티지 치즈||khothiji chiju||cottage cheese|
|331||건살구||khan sa gu||dried apricots|
|333||고지방 우유||khoji bang wuyu||full-fat milk|
|334||마늘빵||manul pang||garlic bread|
|335||염소젖으로 만든 치즈||yamso chiju||goats cheese|
|336||아이싱 설탕||aising salthang||icing sugar|
|338||올리브오일||ollibu oil||olive oil|
|339||반죽 과자||fanjuk khwaja||pastry|
|340||일반 밀가루||iban milkharu||plain flour|
|342||스폰지 케이크||suphonji kheikhu||sponge cake|
|344||흰빵||hwin pang||white bread|
|347||고춧가루||kochu karu||chilli powder|
|349||카레 가루||khare karu||curry powder|
|354||아침 시리얼||achim sirial||breakfast cereal|
I know for sure, you used some of the above Korean phrases as part of your vocabulary even if you're in the other parts of the country or even if you're not a Korean, because admit it or not...Korean words are easy to practice and easy to learn.
Whenever you hear the word or phrase that they speak time after time or see their expressions when you watch their different dramas on the television or on your phone, it becomes familiar to you and at times it adds to your vocabulary.
However, learning how to write the Korean alphabet is far more difficult than learning basic Korean vocabulary. For this reason, learning Korean culture is more necessary because this will widen your perspective in learning the Korean language itself.
When you observe Korean culture, you will recognize the meaning behind their language, words, phrases, sentences, and vocabulary in terms of speaking, The common Korean vocabulary that reflects the Korean culture are the following:
Learning basic words and phrases in the Korean Language will definitely help survive. You will hear a lot of phrases and words that you don't even understand, and it will make it hard for you to have good communication with the locals. Of course, you won't always have the opportunity to check your dictionaries or some free PDF files saved on your cellphone to compose what you want to say.
If you want to learn more Korean words, phrases, and sentences, Ling App will help you achieve your goals. Through the Ling app, you will be able to hear the pronunciation of each word. This will help you learn to speak the language accurately.
Ling App will provide fun and engaging lessons that will surely make your language learning experience exciting and meaningful. These lessons will help you learn how to speak and write in Korean.
Through Ling App, you don't have to attend any class at a given schedule because you can learn with just your phone or computer during your free time. Learning a language will be a lot easier and fun. What are you waiting for? Start learning Korean now!