Here are my favourite Korean courses and resources:
The Fluent in 3 Months Challenge – Have a 15 Minute Conversation in Korean after just 90 Days
Benny's #1 Korean Course
90 Day Korean
The 90 Day Korean Inner Circle is a 360 hour training program for Korean that teaches the language using stories and psychology. It gives you the clarity and confidence to speak, read and write Korean.
All the course materials, downloads and instruction is provided in a members only website. You’ll be able to follow along and learn at your own pace after each module is released.
You'll also be given a personal Korean coach who you can contact at any time.
Start Speaking Korean – Beginner – Intermediate Courses for Korean Learners
Have your first conversation in Korean in just seven days. This is one of my most popular courses, and with good reason, because you’ll get results fast.Check website
Fluent in 3 Months Bootcamp
The Fluent in 3 Months Bootcamp is a big hit with Korean learners. At the end of the 90 day challenge, you’ll be ready to have a 15 minute conversation in Korean with a native speaker.Check website
1 is an excellent Korean course in one of my favourite formats – audio podcast. It covers all levels from absolute beginner to intermediate and advanced Korean.Check website | Read our review
Talk to Me In Korean
(TTMIK) is a top rated fan favorite for learning Korean. TTMIK is a free website run by native Korean speakers. The site posts regular language lessons in a variety of media formats, and its integration with social media makes it impossible for you to catch up on any videos you may have missed on the site.Check website
Confident Korean Pronunciation
Forvo lets you find out how any Korean word is pronounced. Just type the word you’re looking for into the Forvo search bar in Korean, and you’ll hear it spoken by a native speaker.Check website
Get a Korean Tutor – Have Real Conversations in Korean
LanguaTalk is my top recommendation for finding a Korean tutor due to having higher teaching standards, lower commission and a more intuitive interface than most other platforms.Check website
The best way to learn a language is to speak from day one. That’s why I love Preply — because it means you can find an affordable Korean tutor for on-to-one lessons, and start speaking right away.
Korean Vocabulary and Grammar
Glossika uses audio repetition training with Artificial Intelligence (AI) to make sure you're learning Korean at the pace that feels right for you. I especially like Glossika's focus on listening and speaking. You get to watch your fluency progress live with each audio “rep”.Check website
Naver Dictionary is a Korean-English dictionary with audio, sample sentences, and words/phrases of the day.Check website
Resources for Intermediate and Advanced Korean Learners
LingQ immerses you in a world of compelling Korean content – with 1000s of hours of Korean podcasts, audiobooks, interviews, courses and more. Then anytime you come across a word you don't know, you can save it for review using LingQ's SRS learning tools.Check website | Read our review
Clozemaster Pro answers the question: what's the next step after Duolingo? Clozemaster helps you rapidly expand your vocabulary by learning Korean in context. You’ll use the Cloze method to fill in the missing word for thousands of sentences in Korean. The sentences you’ll learn are much more relevant to the real world than those you’ll learn on Duolingo.Check website
KoreanClass101 is an excellent Korean course in one of my favourite formats – audio podcast. It covers all levels from absolute beginner to intermediate and advanced Korean.Check website | Read our review