Announcing: A free deep-dive mini-course to help you...

Master Korean Verb Conjugation

...and unlock fluency in your Korean conversations!

Discover the Super
Simple System

Discover the super system simple system you can use to identify and conjugate 95% of Korean verbs, easily and effectively

Apply and Improve Using
Real-world Examples

Practice and apply everything you learn with real-world examples utilizing the three most common tenses in the language

Learn the Process for
Long-term Mastery

Learn my process for long-term retention and mastery so you can actually use this in conversation and improve your ability to speak


The ability to conjugate Korean verbs effectively and with confidence in various sentence structures and tenses is arguably the most important skill you can master to improve your fluency in your Korean conversations.

And if you're anything like me (when I was "taught" this stuff) and many others attempting to learn this stuff, there is a very high chance you been lead to believe that Korean verbs are complex and difficult to conjugate.

Well I’m here to tell you right now that (1) it’s not your fault you feel that way and have experienced this, and (2) there is a better way. A MUCH better way.

So if you would like to do away with the difficulty and frustration that comes along with learning how to conjugate Korean verbs, and get on the road to becoming conversational and fluent as quickly as possible, then I invite you to check out this program.

Here's a fraction of what you're about to get...(and did I already mention?...Totally free!)...

Here's exactly what you get...

Over Two Hours and Fifteen Minutes of Korean-Mastering Video Lessons and Insights Delivered Right to Your Inbox, Over the Course of Seven Days

LESSON 1: The System, and...

I've said it before and I'll say it again...there IS a system that governs conjugating Korean verbs, and in this first lesson I'm opening the kimono and giving it to you. Specifically we will talk about the six different types of "regular" Korean verbs in which most Korean verbs belong and how to recognize verbs and which category they belong to. Then we'll look at the simple rules that govern conjugation of each one (this is called "The Clock Theory"), and is the basis for this entire series.

LESSON 2: Our first group of "regular" verbs

In this lesson we will do a quick review of "The Clock Theory" and then cover our first official group of verbs as well as all three sub-categories within that category (which apply to all the other categories as well). We will also see these verbs applied in the past, present and future tenses so make sure you download the "Language Booster Pack as in there you will be given verbs from this category to practice with.

LESSON 3: Our second group of verbs

In this lesson we will take a look at our second group of verbs and by doing so and practicing further in the workbook, hopefully the pattern explained by "The Clock Theory" will start to emerge for you.

LESSON 4: Our third group of verbs

In this lesson we will cover our third group of verbs and hopefully by now you will start to see and understand the pattern that is unfolding, explained by The Clock Theory, and just how simple conjugation can be. This group also contains a special group in it that often trip people up, but hopefully after diving into it a little bit it will all start to make better sense.

LESSON 5: Our fourth and fifth groups of verbs

By now the pattern of The Clock Theory should be pretty clear and so this time we actually cover our next two groups of verbs, their sub-categories, as well as a few details we need to know.

LESSON 6: Our sixth and final group of "regular" verbs

This lesson will round out our six groups of regular verbs. Because the pattern is pretty well laid-out for us, I will also use this lesson to introduce a new sentence structure in a further effort to illustrate exactly why knowing how to conjugate (using The Clock Theory) is so important.

LESSON 7: The most common group of verbs in the language

While this group of verbs is not considered "regular", it is easily the most common group of verbs and so we will spend a lesson learning and practicing this one. You will also get an extra workbook packet to download and practice with, as well as a few closing comments and insights on how to best move forward with this information to make sure you do indeed "master" it and enable significant improvement in your speech.

On top of all that, you're also getting...

Nearly 40 pages of workbook exercises to solidify and MASTER everything you learn in the videos:

Along with practice exercises to accompany the seven "video" chapters, this workbook contains an extra seven chapters where you will get...

  • examples upon examples of everything you learn so that you can practice, perfect and achieve a deep understanding and true mastery
  • further examples using the verbs in real sentences so you don't just learn the skill of conjugation, but learn it in context to improve your conversation
  • links to further supplemental videos explaining other key concepts in the language that will help you improve your ability to speak Korean

"Rob, The Clock Analogy is AMAZING! I'm pretty sure that 30 second
explanation just saved me years of time. Thanks!
"

~ Nate Finch; English Teacher, South Korea


Register below  to start this free master class and
significantly shortcut your path to "conversational" and fluency:

Meet Your Instructor

Rob Julien is the founder and creator of KDA.

First entering the classroom as an English teacher in 2003, Rob quickly moved up and began teaching at the university level in 2005 where he was voted "most popular" teacher for two years running. It was around this time that he also began teaching Korean to his fellow expats living in his city who all seemed to be running straight into the very same struggles he faced as a beginner a few years prior.

After marrying his wife "Renee" in 2008, they opened up what turned out to be a very successful English hagwon (language academy) teaching English to Korean students, and at the same time Rob turned his Korean course into an online program allowing him to help thousands more people than he could reach in his city alone.

Outside of teaching and hanging out with his family, Rob can be found trotting his way down a rugby pitch in summers or carving his way down a mountainside in winter, or relaxing in a pub with friends regardless of the season.

Here are just some of the results people have experienced thanks to this Verb Mastery course...

(in not-so-fine print!)