Speak like a local and get a taste of the real culture by learning in context. This is how you learn Korean with Lingopie:
You can learn Korean from thousands of hours of quality and super binge-able shows
Learn Korean fast by simply clicking on the dual subtitles for instant translations. You can understand words in real-time, within the context of the story, and even hear how words are pronounced.
Make use of features like flashcards, games, and other language learning tools. It’s the easiest way to learn Korean fast.
With over a thousand hours of the best Korean TV, you’ll master Korean by simply watching TV.
There are many ways that Lingopie can help you become acquainted with the Korean language. Get a glimpse of the culture and practice speaking Korean through local entertainment.
Whether you’re into cartoons or documentaries, we can fulfil your need to binge your way to Korean fluency, episode by episode.
Drama, horror or romance - choose whichever genre you fancy and learn Korean whilst simultaneously enjoying a comfy night in.
There’s no better way to develop your listening skills than through learning the lyrics to popular Korean songs and artists!
Listening to audiobooks and podcasts on your way to work gives Korean words the opportunity to bury themselves into your brain, helping you develop your understanding of the language through exciting stories and spontaneous conversations.
Learning Korean with television instead of simply repeating words drastically increases your level of comprehension. The Lingopie method is a far more efficient way of language absorption. No other language learning system helps you learn this efficiently.
Stream your favorite Korean shows on the device of your choice. Watch on your desktop, mirror on your Smart TV or download the language learning app to watch on the go. With the interactive video player and dual subtitles, you can learn Spanish at your own pace
South Korea has a huge influence over Western culture, sharing fashion tips and K-Pop with the new generations. What better way to immerse yourself in this creative community than by learning its language?!
Korean is spoken by over 75 million natives, predominantly across North and South Korea, China, Japan and the US. It has five major dialects but is mutually understandable among speakers from different areas, so there’s no excuse not to practice your speaking and listening!
Korean is written in Hangul, which was created during the Joseon Dynasty in 1443. Hangul has 24 letters made up of 14 consonants and 10 vowels. But if you include 16 diphthongs and double consonants, there are 40 letters in total. Not too much to get your head around!
Becoming fluent in another language, especially a popular one like Korean, instantly opens up a new world of opportunities in your career, with exciting job prospects such as being a translator, interpreter - and even being able to work in any field or with any number of clients who happen to speak the languages you speak!
With quality Korean TV and easy to follow, clickable subtitles, so many people are using Lingopie to learn the language.
I learned more Spanish in one short cartoon than I did with months of Duolingo, and I just started! I can't wait to learn more.
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These 8 simple steps will elevate your Korean learning experience and give you better, faster results:
The first thing you’ll need to do to get yourself off the ground is become acquainted with Hangul. The best way to do this is by learning the alphabet and how to count, familiarising yourself with each symbol and sound.
Next up, try to find a show that you find engaging and entertaining. Learning Korean through TV is much more effective if you are engaged and immersed in the content.
Watch a little bit of Korean TV every day, even if it’s just for a couple of minutes. It’s only possible to become fluent if you establish new learning habits on a daily basis.
Get a good understanding of Lingopie’s amazing language learning tools. It will be very helpful for your Korean learning if you know how to repeat, pause and listen to words again and save them to your personal flashcards.
Repeat the dialogue you’ve just heard out loud. If it was too fast, you can use our tool which reads it back to you slowly. Don’t be passive in your learning; make sure you comprehend the content. This is a must when wanting to learn Korean as effectively as possible.
Make notes and write down any Korean vocabulary that you find important or useful. Writing down words and phrases will significantly increase your ability to remember them. Lingopie saves the words you click on, but hand-writing them will make you remember it even better!
Retell the plot of the show or the movie out loud - to yourself or to someone who understands the Korean language. Even speaking in front of the mirror will help you! Speaking out loud is an important exercise to establish the contents you’ve downloaded into your brain.
Once you are a little more advanced and feeling confident, you can turn off the supporting English subtitles and just leave up the Korean ones. This ensures that you count solely on your own understanding without a helping hand. But don’t worry if you’re struggling because you can still click the words on the Korean subs and see the translation displayed!