Exactly 4 months ago I wrote my second Korean learning update: Suprising results with another Korean beginner textbook ☆ My progress update #2 January 2019 A lot has happened between 1st of January 2019 and today, 1st of May 2019. I finished the last few pages of Sungkyun Korean 1. I started using Ewha textbooks.… Continue reading Trying and failing ☆ Update #3 May 2019
Exactly 4 months ago I started measuring my knowledge of Korean language to see how it grows (or shrinks) over time. I wrote about my experience with learning Korean language up to that point: Korean language blog ☆ My progress update #1 September 2018 Now you will find out if I succeeded or failed to learn… Continue reading Surprising results with another Korean beginner textbook ☆ Update #2 January 2019
For the first time in my life I tried to read a webtoon in Korean - a language I barely know - as I am too impatient to wait for the translation and too sick to work on my textbook right now. As I went through it I wrote down Korean vocabulary and grammar and… Continue reading Learning Korean with webtoon “July Found by Chance” (어쩌다 발견한 7월)
You see, I was reading my favorite webtoon of all time, Twelfth Night (십이야), slowly savouring every scene, resisting the urge to binge-read the whole thing in one day, prolonging the experience, enjoying the details, reading only a few episodes per day, when I woke up one morning and... ...it was gone!I. Kid. You. Not. English… Continue reading My favorite webtoon and my misery
When I say Korean study tools I mean both the tools that Koreans use for studying and tools for studying Korean language. Post-its are probably known in every country in the world but I have never seen this line of Study Mate Post-its before I stumbled across them in an online Korean bookstore where I… Continue reading Korean study tools: 3M Post-it Study Mate
I decided to start tracking my progress in Korean language here. Considering my pace of studying I think doing this once every four months would be optimal. So, on the 1st of each January, May, and September I will recap how much Korean language I have learned in the previous four months and compare my… Continue reading Korean language blog ☆ My progress update #1 September 2018
If you're self-studying a language how can you be sure you're ready to move on to the next level language textbook? When you're taking language classes your pace is dictated by the syllabus, by the teacher, by the level of other students, and by the number of classes per week. But what about when you're… Continue reading How do you know you’re done with a textbook when self-studying a language?