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Learn Korean with WorldNomads Korean Language Guide

SOUTH KOREA | Thursday, 24 September 2009 | Views [18275] | Comments [3]

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Have you ever been stuck in a country wanting to be polite, but not even knowing the word for 'please'? Or been frustrated when you couldn't ask for the most basic directions to where you're going?

The WorldNomads.com Korean Language Guide gives you enough phrases to keep you travelling safely and get more from your holiday.

If you want a bit more than the basics, then the Korean PLUS Language Guide is for you.

The World Nomads Korean PLUS Language Guide is an iPhone application that contains:

  • More than 550 Korean spoken phrases for under $2 USD with phonetic text translation and Korean characters

  • Expanded sections including: on introductions, basics, numbers, dates, accommodation, transport, food and eating, health & more

  • New fun sections on: shopping, flirting, at the bar and working holidays... all the fun stuff!

  • 17 minute language lesson: in a conversational format with a local that features basic phrases and cultural tips

Available on the iTunes App store for less than $2 USD

Our FREE Korean language guides to download

If you just want the basics, try these on for size:

Audio guide for any mp3 player or computer - FREE!
Contains: 17 min language lesson.
Suitable for: iPod, Blackberry or any device able to play an mp3 file
Details
: MP3 file, Size: 12.6 MB
Written Script: Download PDF of script here
Korean iPhone App Free iPhone App
Contains: 17 min language lesson, 230+ phrases
Suitable for
: an iPhone or iPod touch
Details
: Size: 13.7 MB, link goes to iTunes App Store


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Comments

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I might add that there are some different terms for brother and sister. The terms mentioned are only used for younger siblings. If you are a boy then older brother is "hyeong" and older sister is "nuna". If you are a girl then they are 'oppa' and 'eoni' respectively.
Yes is also "ne" and this is used more standardly."Ye" is sort of informal.
I recommend going to:
http://wikitravel.org/en/Korean_phrasebook

  Jess Sep 24, 2009 4:31 PM

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I'm Korean and I downloaded a podcast about learning japanese. I saw Korean learning podcast and I heard that- maybe it will be good for travelers. But, 'Good morning' in Korean is '좋은 아침입니다', not '안녕하세요 (An-nyeong ha-seyo.)'. Anyeong haseyo is similar with 'hello', used when you meet elders or when you must be formal. When you meet friends, you can say 'An-nyeong.
일본어 팟캐스트를 다운받다가 한국어 강좌도 있길래 들어봤는데 괜찮은 것 같네요 ^^;

  Hannah Jung Nov 24, 2010 7:44 PM

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The terms mentioned are only used for younger siblings. If you are a boy then older brother is "hyeong" and older sister is "nuna". If you are a girl then they are 'oppa' and 'eoni' respectively.

  domin Dec 16, 2011 7:16 PM

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