Beginner Level Resources

Talk to Me in Korean

Talk to Me in Korean is an online source that provides more than 1,000 lessons, as well as textbooks, workbooks, e-books and video courses. Talk to Me in Korean currently has resources through the intermediate level, and is always expanding.


LookLex teaches you basic sentences, how to write, how to count, and introduces Arabic grammar. Lessons include basic greetings, how to count, and how to write.

There are also situational lessons– that is, lessons such as navigating hotels, ordering food in a restaurant or a coffee shop, fixing cars, and whatever situation you may find yourself in.


Readlang instantly translates words & phrases on any web page. You can then use these words to create flashcards to practice. Currently, Korean is in beta on the Reading website, but it still works (very well!).

There is a free and a paid version of this application. The only difference is that with the free version you only get 10 phrase translations per day (as opposed to an unlimited amount with the paid version)

Intermediate Level Resources

Korean Word of the Day

Each entry includes a Korean word, the part of speech, and its English meaning. Also included is a sentence using the word. If you're unsure of the pronunciation, you can listen to a recording of the word and sentence.

Check back daily for a word of the day in Korean!


Byki is a powerful and personalized language-learning system, designed to advance your new language proficiency by expanding your vocabulary reservoir.

The system is presented in a flash card interface, and tracks everything you learn, automatically presenting the appropriate material at just the right intervals – ensuring that the material you’ve covered is successfully locked into your memory.