• Hello,Since you are a beginner i would recommend TOPIK: Korean Vocabulary List or 2000 essential korean words for beginners. Both are great sets.

    Posted by koreanlearner 1/25/12 (2 years ago)
  • Hello,Since you are a beginner i would recommend TOPIK: Korean Vocabulary List or 2000 essential korean words for beginners. Both are great sets.

    Posted by koreanlearner 1/25/12 (2 years ago)
  • Do you understand korean grammar? if not, wait a little until you do, and learn the words as you need them. If you do, then when you learn, learn both hanja based and pure-korean. I suggest you create your own list.

    Posted by evildani 1/28/12 (2 years ago)
  • Do you understand korean grammar? if not, wait a little until you do, and learn the words as you need them. If you do, then when you learn, learn both hanja based and pure-korean. I suggest you create your own list.

    Posted by evildani 1/28/12 (2 years ago)
  • Hey, I am just learning Korean at the minute too. I tried to learn the large wordsets but for me their range was too big! I came across words I would never really get to use in normal converstation. So I started making my own sets and breaking them into small catergories like 'Restaurant',  'Numbers' and 'Days'. Some people like to learn a load of different words, some people like catergorised words, so its up to you! And if you can't find any you like, make one!! :DGood luck with it! 파이팅!

    Posted by Disallowautoaim 2/1/12 (2 years ago)
  • Hey, I am just learning Korean at the minute too. I tried to learn the large wordsets but for me their range was too big! I came across words I would never really get to use in normal converstation. So I started making my own sets and breaking them into small catergories like 'Restaurant',  'Numbers' and 'Days'. Some people like to learn a load of different words, some people like catergorised words, so its up to you! And if you can't find any you like, make one!! :DGood luck with it! 파이팅!

    Posted by Disallowautoaim 2/1/12 (2 years ago)
  • Check http://talktomeinkorean.com They provide free lessons and their podcast is awesome~! You can also practice making sentences and getting correction from native speakers at their sister site, http://harukorean.com __ 

    Posted by elfiray 2/23/12 (2 years ago)
  • Check http://talktomeinkorean.com They provide free lessons and their podcast is awesome~! You can also practice making sentences and getting correction from native speakers at their sister site, http://harukorean.com __ 

    Posted by elfiray 2/23/12 (2 years ago)
  • I recommend integrated korean __

    Posted by Tanyush 5/20/12 (2 years ago)
  • TOPIK list is good but has many obscure words. We need a better beginner list.

    Posted by baron 5/25/12 (2 years ago)
  • "Everyday Korean Words / 한국어 생활 어휘" has a good list of beginner words, organized in categories. Some of the words a rather specific (some kinship terms are difficult when you have to remember the paternal/maternal equivalents) but it's mostly good beginner deck.

    Posted by cvcdaisy3 5/25/12 (2 years ago)
  • I have just made an ordered list to go with the green Seogang book 1A chapters 1-4. This starts with your name and country words, then moves on to common objects (erase, pencil, photocopier etc), the native numbers, drinks and places and lots of other stuff. I'm about to make part 2 now which will hopefully take you through the rest of the book. If you have a language partner I really recommend this text book. If you don't, you could just about use this on your own, but you will need this list in order to understand it as the book is all in Korean (with the exception of instructions).

    Posted by mahalath 6/2/12 (2 years ago)

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