Learn Korean - PDF file

This is the PDF file of the complete list of all 82 Korean language lessons (205 pages in total) created so far as of 5th January 2013.

I believe this would be especially handy for those of you who wish to grab a copy of all the lessons in one PDF file and print the lessons as you wish and have them in your hands for study and reference offline.

Right-click the button below and click 'Save link as' to download the Korean Language Guide  - PDF.

Korean Language Guide - PDF

Cheers!

68 comments:

  1. Hi! I tried download the pdf but i cant because im not member of the group. I have to? How?
    Thanks!

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  2. hi, i can't seem to download it as well...

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  3. Nor can I download it. Google groups seems to be standing in the way. Wow, a wonderful guide, though!

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  4. Hi, found your blog through google search. I am currently studying Korean, and your blog is really informative and useful to my learning. Great guide and thanks so much!

    Luke 씨,감사합니다!

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  5. Hey dude, thanks for the lessons, you helped me a lot in learning Korean. I've found many sites like this, but this is the most useful, I think.

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  6. your site is very helpful..thanks..

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  7. thank you very much!^^, i love this blog..

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  8. Thanks for making the site, I hope to be using it and making decent progress.

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  9. Thanks for this information!!
    it will be very useful for me ^^

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  10. Dear Luke

    I am really grateful that you had been sharing your knowledge on Korean language, grammar as well as the learning materials.

    I hope you will still find time to continue postings.Thank you so much.

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  11. Dear Luke

    I am really grateful that you had been sharing your knowledge on Korean language, grammar as well as the learning materials.

    I hope you will still find time to continue postings.Thank you so much.

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  12. Hi Luke, thanks so much for helping me learning korean! I've been looking for websites and books to help learn korean and got stuck with confuseness! And then fortunately I've found your blog!! Thank you!! :D

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  13. thanks luke...
    this really help me a lot..
    ^^

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  14. Thank you so much, it sure comes in handy! :D

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  15. This site is very good. Really helpful! =]

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  16. dear luke, i've found this very helpful blog through google search.
    but it seems like i cant download the pdf file.
    can you help me please?
    감사합니다!

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  17. The pdf file has been uploaded again. It should be working. :)

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  18. for your hard work and endeavor...
    I hope God will bless you by million folds~!

    i'm truly grateful. just another thought.. r u korean?

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  19. Hey teddybear

    God bless you, too!
    Thank you for your acknowledgment, and please make use of the resources freely!

    And yes, I'm Korean. That is probably one of the reasons why I started this blog, presenting lessons on Korean grammar with a good degree of accuracy. That is at least my hope. :)

    Have a good weekend!

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  20. Luke씨, 가르쳐 줘서 고마워요.. 사랑해, 루크~~~~!

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  21. 도움이 되서 다행이네요! :-)

    All the best with your Korean study! ^-^

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  22. im loking for korean dictionary. can you help me ....?
    in my place there is no korean dictionary.
    if by online trading i cant to do, bcause i dont know how to use network as well

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  23. Hi,
    Try google translate.

    http://translate.google.com/#en|ko|hello%0A

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  24. Thanks a lot Luke..It really help. Two thumbs up...

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  25. Why can't you download the file? just easy. actually i have downloaded it and converted into word.

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  26. Hi, thanks a lot for your efforts and service to the whole world in educating Korean...I wish you good health, peace and happiness in your life....

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  27. why can't i click on the links in the pdf??

    please reply :)

    thank you for your hardwork

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  28. Hi Anonymous,

    This pdf link was made by Josha who volunteered to put all the lessons into one pdf file.

    So, it must be that when he made it, the links did not work.

    I'm afraid that you have to find the lessons from the links by yourself. x)

    All the lessons are available on the right-hand column of this blog.

    You're welcome. And Happy New Year! :)

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  29. Hi, Luke,
    thank you very much.. your blog is very helpful
    and thank you for the Grammar Guide.
    Thank you..
    Thank you...

    Happy New Year 2012

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  30. Hi

    This is very helpful :) Thank you very much but could you explain to me how the sounds of ㅗ andㅓare different and how to say it correctly

    Thank you very much
    Happy New Year

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  31. Hi Anonymous,

    You're welcome!

    Use the links below to find out about the correct pronunciations of ㅗ and ㅓ.

    http://www.koreanwikiproject.com/wiki/index.php?title=Learn_hangeul

    http://hompi.sogang.ac.kr/korean/kkl100/lesson02/l02_02.html

    Happy New Year to you, too! and to you, too, elreffy!

    :-)

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  32. Hi
    This is so helpful :)
    Thank you
    I was just wondering for 박민영( park min young, the actress ),why is it said park min young and not park mi noung since that grammar rule about how you have to move the consonants since it begins with ㅇ

    happy new year

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    1. Hi Ann,

      박민영 would be pronounced as 박미녕.

      So park min young is pronounced as park mi nyoung.

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  33. Annyonghaeseyo luke ssi!
    Im a beginner who just started to learn korean 2 days ago.
    Thank God i found this blog. Totally helpful.

    Keep spreading the gospel, brother!
    Grace and peace be multiplied to you.

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  34. Thanks Luke. Your blog is really helpful. I practice my listening proficiency by watching Korean drama and listening to Korean song also. Anyway, may I have your email address or do you have a facebook account? Thanks....

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    1. Hi Horizon,

      Please check my profile.

      Cheers.

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  35. annyeong!

    Thank you for this! Thank you billion times. :) It really helps me a lot in learning korean. And you are korean with an excellent english, if I may say that. Again, gomawoooooo!

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  36. 여러분 안녕하세요! 내 이름은 알리고 우즈벡사람입니다.
    여기에 논평을 쓰고 있는 다 사람이 나처럼 한국어에 관심이 있는 사람이군요... 나도 이 website를 google에서 잧았어,다 논평을 읽고나서 너무 기뻤어.여기서 한국어에 관심이 있는 친구도 잧을수 있어서 너무 좋다.
    Luke 대단히 고마워요 이 website를 만들어서,앞으로도 좋은 결과를 이루기를 바래요.
    Just like that 여기서 한국어에 관심이 있는 사람이 많아서 " chat " 있었으면 좋은데요. 이 chat으로 한국어로만 얘기하면 배우고 있는 사람들은 빨리 한국어로 말할수 있거든요. Luke씨가 어떻게 생각합니까?

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    1. Hi Alli,

      Thanks for your comment,

      There's no chat room as yet,
      Not sure if you can recommend some kind of suitable chat room in this blog?

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  37. to those who can't download it, you may want to right click and click on save link as



    ..thanks by the way for this.. ^^

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  38. hi...thank you soooo much or sharing this :)
    -su from malaysia-

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  39. finally, got a complete dictionary,, thanks to you!!! really appreciate it! :D

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  40. Thank u so much!

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  41. gomawo for share the PDF..it'll help me full to korean exam in this week :)

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  42. thx for share the PDF..it'll help me full for my exam in this week..

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  43. Thank you so much! I'm still in the process of learning the characters. ;)

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    1. You're welcome! All the best with your learning! :-)

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  44. Thank you so much!

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  45. Annyeong! Is the link dead? Because i can't download the file... Can you fix it? -lol- thanx!!

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    1. Hi Anonymous, the link is not dead! Try it again!

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  46. Hello Luke, thank you so much!! Your blog is the best! It helps me a lot and I'm so happy.You're great! :)

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    1. You're welcome, ENJI!

      It's my pleasure to be of help to your learning! :-)

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  47. Thanks so much!! Your page is better than anyones. ^^ THANKS!

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  48. Thanks so much!! Your page is better than anyones. ^^ THANKS!

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  49. Thanks a lot for the PDF! ^^

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  50. Waaahhhh!! Finallly downloaded the PDF, may I ask, when do use 정말(chongmal) and 신차(shincha)??? Coz' I reallyyyy want to thank you!!! :) Do you have a book about all these? And, how do you type hangul characters? I just copied these from Google TRanslate.. HEHEHE.. 정말 from "really" and 신 from 신문 (newspaper) and 차 (tea)... :)

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    1. you're welcome Deanne! sorry for the late reply

      I guess you mean 진짜! 정말 = 진짜 = really. :)

      and please refer to http://www.learnkoreanlp.com/2013/01/how-to-type-in-korean.html

      to learn how to type in Korean cheers

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  51. thanks for pdf n plz upload the audio also

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  52. Thanks for PDF n plz upload on audio also.

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    1. audio files can be downloaded in their own blog posts. cheers

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  53. Nice web site overall~ You put a lot of work into making all these lessons :)

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  54. Thanks a lot for the sharing, it is very helpful. :)

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  55. tried to download it, but it didn't work out.

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    1. Please try again,

      Click this button, "Korean Language Guide - PDF"

      And you'll see the following page:
      "Click here to download your attachment."

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  56. Thank you very much!! I was looking for samething handy and easy to use, this is perfect <3

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  57. Luke, you've done well here. Thanks for your contribution.

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