6 Easy Books That Effectively Jumpstart Your Korean | FluentU KoreanPhoto via Amazon. Interested in learning Korean, but not sure where to start? A comprehensive, thorough Korean book can help you learn the basics. If you can, try to find someone who is a native speaker. A Korean language teacher can help you learn grammar and pronunciation, and he or she can also explain language levels and cultural differences. There are some great resources out there, if you know where to look. Here are some of the best Korean books for beginners.
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5 Korean Novels You Should Read Now
You could be planning on moving to Korea, or you might have just always had an interest in learning another language. Regardless of why you might be interested in learning Korean, you could be thinking about using a book to get started. With all of the books that are out there about the Korean language and about learning another language in general, it can be tough to know which one to try. We are here to help you choose the perfect book to help you get started. There are a few different things that you should look for when searching for a textbook that can help you learn Korean. For one thing, even though you probably know that learning another language is going to be hard work, you probably want to have fun at the same time.
Gift Items. Bilingual Books English-Korean. You Can Fix Your Brain. Where the Crawdads Sing. The Woman in the Window. The Laws of Human Nature.
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Jeong You-jeong is regarded as one of the top mystery and crime writers in her native South Korea and has even drawn comparisons with United States' Stephen King. And she easily justifies this billing in The Good Son - her fourth novel and the first to be translated into English. It is a slow-burn crime thriller that is not just a powerful page-turner, but succeeds in worming its way under your skin. Kim Chi-young, the translator, does a splendid job with the haunting source material and the novel has been listed as a "Summer Must Read" by the likes of Entertainment Weekly and Vulture, and was also featured on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Jeong, who was trained as a nurse, writes with such controlled clinical precision that the reader is transported into the mind of the narrator and the titular "Good Son", year-old Han Yu-jin. Han, a swim champ on the verge of making the national team, is forced to abandon his dreams as he is prone to bouts of epileptic seizures.