So that's it for our two-part mini series on how to read Korean.

From next class onward we will be focused on learning how to SPEAK Korean, so at risk of beating a dead horse very badly, I'll say it one more time...

To really get the most out of the classes from here on, it's really important that you have the alphabet under your belt. Again, speed is not important but an accurate (even if slow) association between the characters and their sounds will REALLY help.

So if there is anything I can do to help with that, please email us and ask your question, and we will do our best to help clear things up as soon as possible.

Thanks for watching, and I hope you're enjoying the classes so far!

Rob

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