Korean lessons

Korean Lessons contain short step-by-step materials for you to study Korean with.  It starts with some fundamental features of the Korean language, Hangul, and basic sentence structures.  It is based on the lecture notes of my Korean class.

Lesson 1 Fundamental features of Korean language
Lesson 2 Hangul, the Korean alphabetic system
Lesson 3 Some phonological notes
Lesson 4 Base form and stem in a predicate
Lesson 5 Forming predicates with verbs, adjectives, and nouns
Lesson 6 Subject markers
Lesson 7 Object markers
Lesson 8 Who? What? Where?
Lesson 9 This ‘n that, here ‘n there
Lesson 10 Styles of speech — a broad picture
Lesson 11 Numbers (I) — General description and Chinese numbers
Lesson 12 Numbers (II) — Native Korean numbers
Lesson 13 Locative markers (-e and -eso^)
  • Michelle Lampton

    I lived in Seoul for 5 years due to work and so as you can imagine, I had to learn the Korean language in a very short space of time. Just offering my advice to anyone else looking to learn this language and that is to follow the Rocket ‘Learn Korean’ program at:


    It worked very well for me as I was completely fluent in the language in well under a year from following it and I didn’t have to pay massive teacher fees like my work originally advised to me. An absolute life saver. 🙂