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The key to learning Korean is how easy it is to stay motivated to learn the language. At, we provide free lessons, fun video shows, and a store section that will meet all your Korean learning needs.
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The meaning of the sentence "그 사람이 영어 할 줄 알았어요." can change depending on the intonation and the context. Hyunwoo explains how this happens by giving your various intonation examples. Free audio lesson on -줄 알다: Browse through our store and get your best Korean study material!:
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We’ve picked 30 of the most commonly used intermediate-level Korean verbs for you to learn and use! 0:17 이기다 to win 0:41 지다 to lose 0:51 결혼하다 to marry 1:08 버리다 to throw away 1:25 잡다 to hold, to catch 1:43 잡히다 to be caught 2:00 이용하다 to use, to take advantage of 2:20 확인하다 to check, to verify 2:40 떠나다 to leave 2:58 돌아오다 to come back 3:16 가져오다 to bring 3:36 이해하다 to understand 3:54 설명하다 to explain 4:14 표현하다 to express 4:33 결정하다 to decide 4:52 대답하다 to answer 5:10 준비하다 to prepare 5:29 인정하다 to admit, to accept 5:52 움직이다 to move 6:08 정리하다 to organize, to clean, to tidy up 6:28 청소하다 to clean 6:48 기대하다 to expect, to anticipate 7:07 빌리다 to borrow 7:24빌려주다 to lend 7:45 선택하다 to choose 8:05 가르치다 to teach 8:26 배우다 to learn 8:45 소개하다 to introduce 9:07 포기하다 to give up 9:26 비교하다 to compare
한테 and 에게 are both translated to either “to” or “from” in the Korean language. Learn how to use these words correctly with this lesson by teacher Hyunwoo. Browse through our store and get your best Korean study material!:
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Here are some essential Korean phrases you can use in restaurants. 0:18 몇 분이세요? How many? 0:27 두 명이요. / 세 명이요. / 네 명이요. Two people. / Three people. / Four people. 0:47 한 명 더 올 거예요. One more person will come, too. 1:02 예약하셨어요? Did you make a reservation? 1:14 지금 만석이라 기다리셔야 돼요. There are no seats, so you should wait. 1:59 얼마나 기다려야 돼요? How long should I wait? 2:13 여기 앉아도 되나요? Can I sit here? 2:26 이쪽으로 안내해 드릴게요. Let me take you to your seat. 2:40 드시고 가시나요? 포장해 드릴까요? For here? or to go? 2:57 주문하시겠어요? Would you like to order? 3:10 저기요. Excuse me. 3:17 주문할게요. I would like to order. 3:28 메뉴판 좀 주세요. Can I have a menu? 3:39 물 좀 주세요. Can I have some water? 3:50 물은 셀프예요. You need to get your own water here. 4:02 포크 좀 주세요. Can I have a fork? 4:13 이거하고 이거 주세요. Can I have this and this? 4:27 메뉴 추천해 주세요. Please recommend a dish for us. 4:42 이거 몇 인분이에요? How many (people) does this serve? 4:55 이거 맵나요? Is this spicy? 5:06 양파는 빼 주세요. Please leave the onions out. 5:19 견과류 알레르기가 있어요. I’m allergic to nuts. 5:33 저희 주문한 음식이 아직 안 나왔어요. Our dish is not served yet. 5:51 저희 이거 안 시켰어요. We didn’t order this. 6:06 화장실은 어디에 있어요? Where is the restroom? 6:20 맵지 않게 해 주세요. Please don’t make it spicy. 6:35 덜 맵게 해 주세요. Please make it less spicy. 6:49 감사합니다. Thank you. 6:58 반찬 좀 더 주세요. Can I have some more side dishes? 7:12 소스 좀 더 주세요. Can I have some more sauce? 7:24 음식이 좀 짜요. The food is a little salty. 7:37 음식이 좀 싱거워요. The food is a little bland. 7:51 소금 있나요? Do you have salt? 8:02 남은 것 좀 싸 주세요. Can I have a box to-go? 8:17 계산은 어디에서 해요? Where do I pay? 8:31 얼마예요? How much is it? 8:41 각자 계산할게요. We will pay seperately. 8:54 카드로 계산할게요. I will pay with a credit card. 9:08 영수증 필요하세요? Do you need a receipt? 9:20 영수증 주세요. Please give me a receipt. 9:33 영수증은 괜찮아요. I don’t need a receipt. Browse through our store and get your best Korean study material!:
Learn essential parenting phrases in Korean related to eating! You can learn even more from our e-book: 0:25 아침 먹자. Let’s have breakfast 0:28 아침 먹을 시간이야. It’s time to eat breakfast. 0:49 천천히 먹어. Eat slowly. 1:40 맛있어? Does it taste good? / Do you like it? 1:59 맛있게 먹어. Enjoy your food. 2:45 조금만 더 먹자. Let’s eat just a little bit more. 3:56 지금 안 먹으면 다 치울 거야. If you don’t eat right now, I’m going to clear the table.  
“Tell me.” in Korean

“Tell me.” in Korean


Both 말해 줘 and 말해 봐 can be translated into English as “Tell me.” but there’s a difference in meaning. Hyunwoo will explain it in this video lesson. Browse through our store and get your best Korean study material!:
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You can learn to sound more like a native Korean speaker through the 25 detailed lessons in this video course. Take the course: (30% OFF now!) Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: - Form sounds in Korean the same way as native speakers - Pronounce words properly just by reading the written form - Improve your pronunciation and sound more natural when speaking  
Many learners make the mistake of saying 걱정해요 when they want to say "I am worried." but in fact, they should say 걱정돼요 using the verb "되다". In this video lesson, Hyunwoo explains the difference between 걱정하다 and 걱정되다. Browse through our store and get your best Korean study material!:
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Check out our e-book, Fan Letter Recipes, for hundreds more expressions and sentences!: We asked you to leave messages for your favorite Korean artists and said we’d translate 10 messages into natural Korean. We picked 10 winners and their messages, plus commonly used phrases, too! 3:16 BTS 4:03 EXO 4:51 IU 5:37 Oh My Girl 6:13 Super Junior 6:53 Lee Dongwook 7:38 Twice 7:58 Monsta X 8:39 Park Seojun 8:58 To all idols
Expand your Korean vocabulary by learning to understand Korean signs and notices that you can see on a daily basis while walking around in Korea! After studying with this video course, you will feel much more confident about your understanding of Korean signs. Take the course:  
Micro dust problem in Korea

Micro dust problem in Korea


미세먼지(micro dust) is a big problem in Korea affecting a lot of people. How bad is it and how are people feeling about it in Korea? Hyunwoo, Cassie and Kyung-hwa sat down to talk about it. For more Korean study materials:
These shortened words will make you sound more fluent in Korean. For more Korean study materials:
It’s very common in Korea for people to address other people by their workplace titles rather than just by their personal names. Hyunwoo and Cassie explain how to address your boss in Korean. For more Korean study materials:
Can you guess the meaning of these words? 역세권, 스세권, 맥세권, 편세권, 붕세권. Hyunwoo explains what they mean! For more Korean study materials:
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Rawan Cole


Dec 12th

فاطمه رسولی

저는 세종학당 학생이에요 ^^ 톡투미 사랑해요 :D

Jul 20th

Silamite B Lwebo

안녕하세요!! 제 이름은 시라미테 입니다 🌸 I’m living in Canada and my problem is I don’t have the friends or someone in my Family but I really like to learn Korean, So for my situation how can I do to practice my Korean? Please

Jun 27th
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Sakina A.

You guys are fantastic. thank you so much for your hard work.

Mar 26th

Nga Rùa

thank you so much. it is really help me

Mar 20th

Nga Rùa

감사함니다. it is really helpful for me to speak korea fluently and helps me broden my vocab. i"m from vietnam.

Mar 11th

Angelica C

how do I turn on subtitles

Feb 17th

Dianne Lee

ㅎㅎㅎ 재미있어여~~~~^^

Jan 21st

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Dec 24th

Sally Hope

I have used lots of sources to study Korean, but I keep coming back to this. No other source makes it half as fun to learn Korean. And that’s the whole point of learning a language, isn’t it? Here’s my advice to beginners thinking of using this to study Korean: Use the app Lingodeer to learn 한글 thoroughly. Practice until you’re confident about it and THEN start with the TTMIK lessons. That helps a lot in following these lessons.

Dec 2nd

Len Free

I'm a beginner, is there anyway i can get to my lesson , without scrolling through all the other lessons?

Aug 13th
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Great video! I'm a visual learner, so the graphical highlights are essential to me . Great job. TTMIK 화이팅!

Dec 5th

Two Eleven

I've been looking for this since I heard this on my ipod back then so I can continue my lessons

Nov 23rd
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