If you’re looking for a ton of new vocabulary and practice sentences to improve your Korean then you’ll find this lesson from from KoreanClass101 to be quite useful. The format of the lesson is pretty simple but effective for adding new words to your memory. The word is introduced first in Korean, then in English, then an example Korean sentence and finally the English translation. Any difficult concepts or unique ways the words are used is explained in English so it’s suitable for both beginners and intermediate learners. You can subscribe to their videos here. You can also visit another page on our site to learn more about sentence structures.
Here’s a useful video for anyone traveling to Korea. The gameshow Let’s Speak Korean 5 with Episode 17 offers a variety language and vocabulary for use when trying to get directions. Even if you have a map, it’s often still useful to know how to ask for directions in Korean to go from one place to another. Subscribe to their videos here.
If you’re a fan of Korean dramas or interested in finding out why they are so popular then this episode 10 of “I remember you” is an easy for to practice your Korean because it has English subtitles. Watching movies and drams that interest you, subtitled, is a great way for intermediate learners to expand their vocabulary and learn more about how native Koreans actually speak in real life. Subscribe to their videos here.