Korean language tools.

I have been trying to self learn for about a year seriously but like 3 altogether. I have bought a few books. Today the latest two that I bought have come in. I cant find any classes near me to take yet. So I figured I would review the books I have on here.

The first korean language book I have ever bought. I did not actually find this one helpful to me and my style of learning. This book seems better suited for a class then for self teaching. I bought this December of 2016.

I bought this book when I bought the first book. This book is helpful as a dictionary of sorts. I actually haven't got to use it much. I bought this December of 2016.

I bought these flash cards with the other two books. I think they will be more useful to me when I get reading hangul down and also speaking.

These two were bought at a book store on my birthday so April 2017. I find these two to be the most useful books yet. I have learned a few phrases and also have gotten pretty good at counting in korean because of them. They are small books easy to carry around. I take mine to work to study on breaks. I would actually recommend buying these as supplementary texts in your learning. They are pretty cheap at around $7 a book.

This was a gift from Isolda on here when I won her knk contest a few months back. I have found it to be very helpful in my learning and would recommend it.


I just got these two in the mail today and will let you guys know how they are. If you have any of these let me know how you like them. If you have something different what is it and how's it working for you?

My name is Brittani. I live in the US more specifically Maryland. I love K-Pop, anime and superheroes. I'm currently struggling to learn Korean and wouldn't mind making friends with similar interests.
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