- We offer a student-led class at the Language Center throughout the week and have several members of the staff available to help with your questions (See Staff Schedule).
- Student-led Korean Language Self-Study Class
- Korean Public Broadcast Channels – Live streams of Korean TV.
- Topik Guide Best Korean Language Resources – Lists of blogs, news, and learning websites for all levels of Korean.
- The website, YouTube channel, and podcast of “Talk to me in Korean”
- How to Study Korean – Grammar with explanation for all levels. Audio recording of pronunciation. Vocabulary list and common sentences.
- King Sejong Institute – Learn a variety of Korean expressions and culture with the web drama, cartoon, food, receipt, radio show and news they provide.
- Korean-English Learners’ Dictionary – Korean-English dictionary that gives definition, pronunciation, usage example and idioms/ relative words.
- Mondly – Daily lessons of Korean with a certain theme. Adjust your level from beginner, intermediate and advanced.
- Duolingo – Free courses for people on the go. Memorize vocabulary, improve pronunciation and understand grammar. For beginners, intermediate and advanced levels. Uses fill in the blanks, typing, voice recording and images.
- Memrise – Learn from beginners to advanced, improve pronunciation and conversation flow.
- Loecsen – Method of rapid assimilation of the foreign languages that can be learnt over the internet or on other mobile devices. It is intended for people who want to manage in most situations of everyday life without having to go through a lengthy learning process.
- 101 Languages – Includes links to different resources such as radio stations, vocabulary lessons and builder, keyboards, news, common words, translators, conjugators, flashcards, travel guides, pronunciation, phrases and vocabulary.
- Goethe Verlag – Phrase book, vocabulary, download bilingual audios, download monolingual audios. Includes 100 easy lessons (100 lessons are free). All dialogues and sentences are spoken by native speakers. No prior grammar knowledge is needed. You can start learning immediately. Improve your language skills for work, travel or as a hobby.
- Games – Language learning games. Numbers, phrases, colors, days, months, fruits, animals, vocabulary, food, verbs, clothes, times and nouns.
- Live Lingua Project – Learning materials that contain courses, ebooks and audios.
- My Languages – Site which focuses on grammar and vocabulary. Lessons, grammar tips, vocabulary, phrases, language tools, and audio files to download.
- Master Any Language – Learn playing games, take tests, audios, alphabets, numbers, greetings, food, months, days, native speakers and links to resources such as music, foods, apps, books and movies.
- Unilang – Free courses, podcasts, videos, phrasebooks, games and exercises.
- Open Culture – Links to various language learning sites.
- Forvo – Pronunciation examples.
Korean Materials at The Language Center
- KLEAR Textbooks in Korean Language: Selected Readings in Korean – Ho-min Sohn, Heisoon Yang
- Useful Chinese Characters for Learners of Korean – Choi Eunkyu, Kim Minae, Kim Sanghee, Min Jungwon, Oh Minam
- KLEAR Textbooks in Korean Language: Korean Composition – Pong ja Paik, Ji Young Kwak, Ji Hyoun Choi
- Ewha Korean (in English) (Korean edition) – Yeonim Huh, Dongsook Kim, Eulji Lee, Chaeyeon Lee, Suji Park
- Korean Bahtchim Card
- Critical Languages Series: Beginning and Continuing Korean – David J.Silva, Ph.D.
- Korean made easy for beginners, Seung-eun Oh
- Yonsei Korean Reading
- Korean in 100 Hours: Level 1
- Korean Preparing to Enter School
- Theories and Applications of Teaching Korean Pronunciation for Teachers of Korean Language
- The Korean Language in America
- Selected Readings in Korean – Ho-min Sohn, Heisoon Yang (University of Hawaii Press – 2004)