Author Archive | Stevie D.

Interested in Self-guided Korean Lessons? This Program Is All You’ll Need


Language learning is an adventure and like any good adventure, it’s full of dangerous pitfalls.

Have you fallen into the trap of overlooking your listening comprehension practice until it’s too late?

Did you get ensnared in the tangled tendrils of …

Korean Immersion Online: 17 Free and Almost Free Resources for Learners


Many language learners look at “immersion” the wrong way.

They think that it’s all about going to the country where the language is spoken.

They have this idea that if you surround yourself with native-level content, then you’ll simply …

Learn Korean with YouTube for Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Learners


Some superpowers are overrated.

A fear of heights might keep you from using your flying abilities.

Your power of invisibility could get super annoying when you’re trying to get the barista’s attention to order your venti mocha.

But there’s one …

Netflix and Thrill: The 15 Most Exciting Korean Movies on Netflix


Order a pizza.

Stay at home, in your warm pajamas. Leave all that club partying for others.

Tonight, it will be just you… and all those Korean movies on Netflix.

Netflix is home to an impressive array of Korean

Korean Drama Apps: 6 Tools for Binge-watching Your Favorite Shows




Plot twists.

Swoon-worthy stars like Lee Min-ho and Ji-hyun Jun.

There are about a million reasons to love Korean dramas.

In fact, we’ll give you one more reason: Thanks to Korean drama apps, you can now

Famous K-pop Songs: 7 Hot Tunes for Studying Korean




Wonder Girls.

These aren’t just the names of famous K-pop groups. They’re also fantastic resources for you to learn Korean.

By learning Korean through famous K-pop songs, those icons will become your own personal …

KakaoTalk: 7 Ways to Use It to Learn the Korean Language


What’s as Korean as hamburgers are American, Oktoberfest is German and the Eiffel Tower is French?


KakaoTalk is the leading messenger app in South Korea.

It’s ubiquitous there.

South Koreans do practically everything on it—talk to friends, …