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Thread poster: Deep-one
Deep-one  Identity Verified
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Oct 4, 2006

Questions like these may already be tiresome, but I would like what you think of learning Korean. An what it is like if compared to learning say Japanese? Is it more complicated/ easier, more interesting / boring etc? The topic is mostly for non-native speakers:)

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LegalTransform  Identity Verified
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Learning Korean Oct 4, 2006

Check out this site:

http://www.how-to-learn-any-language.com/e/search.asp?q=korean


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Joseph Speigle
South Korea
Local time: 09:37
Korean to English
some sites for studying korean Dec 9, 2006

you can expirement with korean at:
www.zkorean.com -- good forum site
www.myowndictionary.com - good reference site

I am a moderator at the first, and owner of the second.

it's closely related to japanese, so if you studied japanese it will be helpful.
the problem is the dearth of sites and materials which exists for studying korean, as compared to japanese.
Also, the korean mindset that their language is not for learning by foreigners (yes, they believe that all foreigners speak engilsh).

[Edited at 2006-12-09 06:46]


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