Read Korean in 10 Minutes — By Aaron Posehn
Foreign scripts often tend to scare people. The first thing you think is — What the heck am I looking at?! However, not knowing how to write another language can seriously hold you back if you want to experience a new culture or people.
Even if you don’t intend on learning how to speak a certain language, knowing how to read its script can be a priceless skill to have.
For example, I used my ability to read Korean the first time I went to Korea and discovered how much easier it was to get around simply by being able to recognize the writing system that I was seeing around me.
Knowing this made me feel like so much less of a foreigner and that I could actually now start to navigate my surroundings!
However, if you’re actually going to learn the Korean language too, you will have to learn how to write anyway, so I have written this little eBook guide to help you along. Check it out at the link below!
What else does this eBook offer? By reading, you will:
- Learn how to read and pronounce the Korean alphabet in under 10 minutes (seriously!)
- Discover the unique way that this language puts letters together in order to form words
- Find a bonus section that explains how to properly write the Korean alphabet (there is indeed a right way!)
- Learn about the history of the Korean alphabet and the king who first implemented it
- Be able to type Korean on your computer
- Find extra resources to further your study of Korean writing and the Korean language in general