How to learn Korean with videos Part 1

Just start! It is the most difficult part🦸‍♀️

In this post I will focus on learning Korean with videos as we live in the modern age and paper dictionaries and textbooks are quite out-dated (but! still might be useful)

After learning hangul with apps and with a hangul workbook, I learnt some basic words, pronunciation rules, simple grammar via youtube videos. And then the fun started! Luckily, I found some fun videos for beginners, watched them and then rewatched the next day. When I finished a block, I reviewed it from the beginning…reviewing..repeating..reviewing till it sticks.

Here are these video playlists🌟

PopPopping Korean

Learn Korean watching funny videos for beginners

Sejong Korean Conversation

Watch k-drama and everyday Korean conversations

Korean Culture Series, Quick Korean

Korean animated videos, easy to follow dialogs

I would recommend watching Korean videos that are without English or your native language audio! In a nutshell, according to cognitive scientific research👩‍💼 noo, it is just my rule I made for myself😁 but who knows, maybe cognitive science can prove me right.

To remember vocabulary and grammar points from videos better, I would advise you to write them down as I did in Taekwondo writing practice.

Try reading your notes! don’t be afraid to make mistakes as it is natural and only contributes to your progress. More korean video courses? 😉

I hope the info about studying Korean using videos was helpful for you. If you have any questions or tips about learning Korean, please leave a comment below 🙂

Published by Polina

English teacher, cultural explorer and Korean&Slovenian language learner

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