Welcome to

Level One

Welcome and congratulations on a great choice that will help you boost your Korean-speaking skills forward, not only over the course of the next three weeks, but forever as long as you continue to apply this simple yet effective method.  Please watch the following video for instructions on what to do next.

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Main Course

112 Lessons

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Program Content

Class 1: The (Basic) Korean Alphabet

Class One Introduction

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How to Read, Write, and Say the Korean consonants

How to Read, Write, and Say the Korean vowels

Vowel-consonant Blends

More Writing Rules and Practice

Some final comments

A Few Comments on Pronunciation

That is it for lesson #1

Class 2: How to Read and Write Korean (part 2)

Class Two Introduction

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A Review of Class One

The 'Vowel Combinations'

The 'Double Consonants'

Consonants in the final position of a block

A few more things worth mentioning

Vocabulary to learn

Our first Q&A

Closing Comments

Class 3: The Basic Korean Sentence

Class Three Introduction

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A Review of Class Two

The Target Vocabulary for Class Three

The Reading of the Lesson

The Basic Korean Sentence

Q&A Practice

Closing Comments

Class 4: How Much is This?

Class Four Introduction

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A Review of Class Three

The Vocabulary (Chinese Derivative Counting System)

The Reading of the Lesson

A breakdown of the way the numbers build

Q&A Practice

Some final stuff before we wrap up

Closing Comments (Class Four)

Class 5: He is a teacher and so am I

Class Five Introduction

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A Review of Class Four

Video 5b: The vocab (subject pronouns, etc)

Video 5c: The reading and the "grammar"

Video 5d: Sentence-making practice time

Closing Comments (Class Five)

Class 6: What time is it?

Class Six Introduction

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A Review of Class Five

Video 6b: The vocab ('Pure Korean' counting system)

Continuation of 6b (as you'll notice it got cut off there)

Video 6c: The reading

Video 6d: Structures and the Q&A session

[EXTRA] The age marker

Closing Comments (Class Six)

Class 7: I'm not Canadian

Class Seven Introduction

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A Review of Class Six

Video #7b: The vocab (a few nationalities)

Video #7c: The reading

Video #7d: Breaking down the sentence

Video #7e: Practice

Video #7f: Extra stuff (useful, but not the focus)

Video #7g: Some final comments

Closing Comments (Class Seven)

Class 8: There is cheese

Class Eight Introduction

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Video #8a: Review of everything we've done so far

Video #8b: Review/Test of class seven

Video #8c: The vocab

Video #8d: Reading #1 (the statements)

Video #8e: Structure explanation

Video #8f: Reading #2, structure explanations, and practice

Video #8g: A language game to practice

Video #8h: A few closing comments

Closing Comments (Class Eight)

Class 9: Where's the bathroom

Class Nine Introduction

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A Review of Class Eight

Video #9b: A quick review of everything we've done so far

Video #9c: The vocab

Video #9d: The first reading

Video #9e: Some structure and Q&A

Video #9f: Reading #2 plus some more structure explanations

Video #9g: Some more Q&A

Video #9h: Reading #3 plus some other stuff

Closing Comments (Class Nine)

Class 10: Four beers, please

Class Ten Introduction

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A Review of Class Nine

Video #10b: The Vocab

Video #10c: The reading and some explanations

Video #10d: Practice and Q&A

Closing Comments (Class Ten)

Class 11: I have two cats

Class Eleven Introduction

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A Review of Class Ten

Video #11b: The Vocab

Video #11c: The Reading

Video #11d: Primary and Secondary Subject Markers

Video #11e: Conversation Strategy - Passing the Subject

Video #11f: An Intro to the Past Tense

Video #11g: A Common Way to Say 'But'

[IMPORTANT] For Students in the LIVE Practice Sessions:

Closing Comments (Class Eleven)

Class 12: I study Korean

Class Twelve Introduction

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Video #12a: Course Review (excluding last class)

A Review of Class Eleven

Video #12c: The Vocab (ha-da verbs, etc)

Video #12d: The Reading

Video #12e: The Sentence and 'ha-da' Verbs

Video #12f: Why 'ha-da' Verbs are *Special*

Video #12g: Q&A Practice

Closing Comments (Class Twelve)

About the Teacher

Rob Julien

Rob has been helping people successfully learn the Korean language since 2006, and has become well known for breaking down the language in a way that makes sense and is easy to apply and learn from.  In this particular course he aims to help people become comfortable with the basics of Korean, while preparing them to tackle more advanced language structures in Level Two.

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