How to Easily Conjugate Korean Verbs (thanks to the pattern behind it)

If you really want to learn Korean to a point where you are conversational and can actually form your own sentences and questions from understanding, not just memory, then one skill you absolutely HAVE TO learn is how to conjugate verbs.

Thanks to the pattern I'm about to show you, conjugating verbs in Korean is not terribly difficult to understand.  That being said, it does take some time and practice to actually be able to do it with speed and accuracy. But once you have it down, you will have moved yourself into a position where you can really start to converse in Korean and from there it’s only time and practice to where you’re really, really good at speaking.

The following videos will go over in great detail...

1) why it is an absolutely necessary skill to have if you want to take your Korean to the next level and become a conversational ninja.

2) exactly how to conjugate verbs in Korean

So give these videos a watch, and if you find them useful (and don’t mind doing so), please hit the “like” button just above. It’d really help out a ton!

And any thoughts you have on these videos or any questions these videos may lead to, feel free to leave them below in the “comments” section.

Thanks, and happy learning!

PLEASE NOTE:

If you would like to go deeper into this topic and also practice what you learn in the videos below, I have created a {totally free!} deep-dive master class on Korean verb conjugation. If you would like to check that out, then click here to check out the course and master verb conjugation. Totally optional, but worth checking out!

VIDEO 1: Why learning conjugation is so important

VIDEO #2: How to Classify Korean verbs

VIDEO #3: The Clock Theory (the pattern behind it all)

VIDEO #4: How to conjugate 오-verbs

VIDEO #5: How to conjugate 아-verbs

VIDEO #6: How to conjugate 우-verbs (true action verbs)

VIDEO #7: How to conjugate 우-verbs (descriptive verbs)

VIDEO #8: How to conjugate 어-verbs

VIDEO #9: How to conjugate 으-verbs

VIDEO #10: How to conjugate 이-verbs

VIDEO #11: A new structure to practice with

AGAIN:

If you would like to go deeper into this topic and also practice what you learn in the videos below, I have created a {totally free!} deep-dive master class on Korean verb conjugation. If you would like to check that out, then click here to check out the course and master verb conjugation. Totally optional, but worth checking out!

Hope that helps!  And if it does and you think others might find this useful as well, feel free to share away.

Thanks!

Rob