After one (or more) month of staying at home, many of us are feeling lethargic and running out of ideas on what to do. From trying out viral recipes such as Tanghuru, Dalgona Coffee, Chapaguri (Ramdon) to picking up a new hobby, or simply gaming your life away.
If you’re starting to lose interest in whatever you’re doing, why not try picking up a new language? We list down a few free online Korean classes for you to come out of circuit breaker a fluent Korean language speaker!
With just a free account, gain access to a variety of vocabulary lists such as ‘1000 most commonly used Korean words’ and a series of audio and video lessons you can listen to at your own timing.
If you have a few dollars to spare, you can choose to upgrade to a premium plan of up to $23 per month for more materials, a personalised learning programme and 1-to-1 coaching.
If you’re a loyal follower of Youtubers – Josh and Ollie you would have heard of this platform – Talk To Me In Korean. Signing up for a free account on this page will give you free access to 9 essential Korean courses online, Each one consists of a few lessons teaching you different phrases.
You can even download the MP3 and PDF format of the classes.
If you’d like to learn more than just the basics, you’ll have to pay for a premium subscription for access to more materials such as videos on how to improve your pronunciation.
This website is essentially one of the best free websites to learn from, they provide 150 lessons worth of Korean grammar, as well as a vocabulary list in every lesson. Each lesson comes with a detailed explanation on how to form sentences.
They even have materials on Hanja.
Learn with Oliver is a Korean flashcard website that helps you to learn Korean vocabulary, you can also frequently test yourself to track your progress.
Upon signing up for a free account, customise your whole learning experience by selecting which level you’d like to start learning from, as well as how quickly you’d like to achieve fluency.
Every flashcard comes with sample sentences that briefly shows you how each word can be used.
Hop over to any of the above websites to kick start your Korean language classes now!