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Korean Made Simple
Korean Made Simple: A beginner's guide to learning the Korean language | Billy Go
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Korean Made Simple is a book for anyone who wishes to begin learning the Korean language. No matter your age, you can learn how to read, write, speak and understand Korean. Learn the Korean writing system, Korean culture, and even history. Learn over 1,000 vocabulary words and phrases through 20 in-depth and fun lessons, filled with plenty of examples. Additionally, practice sections with answer keys are built into every chapter. This book also contains additional advanced level notes for more skilled Korean speakers looking for a review of basic grammar and concepts, including a full appendix covering sound change rules. Audio files for the book are also available for free download from gobillykorean.com. Start your exciting journey into the Korean language today. Let's learn Korean!
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BookishRedhead
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15 Korean books. 11 Talk To Me In Korean books, one special journal and a book on Korean folktales.

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BookishRedhead
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My tower of Korean. I had to order all of them online because Korean is so underrated

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madamereadsalot1
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Day 2 #boardbookbonanza is a Korean children's book which translates into 'Holding a S#!t Bag and Going to School'. Apparently it has something to do with how people used to have to walk very far to get to school & they would take a bag with them to poop in if needed. There are actually a shocking amount of kids books about poop in Korea. It's not a cultural thing I know much about. Not exactly a googleable subject. 🤷
@ErinSueG @WhiskeyMistress

hannah_frances 😮😂 That's really odd. 12mo
madamereadsalot1 @hannah_frances I purchased a Korean story book from an online Korean book seller, Aladin. I've been trying to learn to speak Korean, and was told to try children's books. While looking for the fairytale I was there for, I stumbled upon so many poop books. 😆 12mo
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BookishRedhead
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My Korean books. Sadly I had to buy them all online because where I live they never have any.
I love to write in Korean. I think Korean is such a underrated language.

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BookishRedhead
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BookishRedhead
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What I use to study Korean.
Plus apps and YouTube.
I only have a Japanese phrasebook. Need more books