Get free, on the go access to resources that will help you learn Korean!
Learn 한글 (Hangeul - the Korean alphabet) with an intro, reference, and keyboard practice to help you as you get started.
This unofficial app provides access to TalkToMeInKoreans.com's Podcast content, organized in an easy to navigate interface. Their Korean grammar lessons, lesson pdf files, along with additional audio curriculum, and video content will help you learn the Korean language.
Talk to Me in Korean (TTMIK) grammar lessons provide a great starting point for those looking to learn or improve their Korean language skills. Beginners can start with the grammar lessons, building your knowledge of vocabulary, phrases, and grammar rules as you progress through the levels. Material for intermediate to advanced users is also available - helping you to improve your Korean no matter what level you are at.
Korean — Lessons+ makes learning Korean both easy and fun!
- Supports Apple's CarPlay
- Download content for playing even when offline (Lessons+ Premium)
Lessons+ is an ad-supported app. If you choose to purchase Lessons+ Premium to remove ads, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current price for the Season Pass is $2.99 USD per year, and may vary from country to country.
Other: Various bug fixes and improvements
Previous Lessons+ v2.x Updates Include:
- Learn the basics of the Korean Alphabet in our new Hangeul intro, reference, and keyboard practice!
- Support for Apple's CarPlay
- Support for dark mode
- Offline Caching Improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I love this app because there is so much! You can learn how to write in Korean (hangeul) and there are so many podcast episodes to teach you korean. There are 10 levels each with about 25-30 lessons in them. They are good at teaching you little chunks at a time so your brain doesn’t explode. The free pdf’s are really helpful to help the information stick in your brain. I would definitely recommend doing the pdf after each lesson otherwise you are very likely to forget the information and the lessons usually build on each other. This is why it would be good to remember the information and understand it before the next lesson.
I’ve seen some reviews saying the pdf doesn’t work on their phone, but it works perfectly fine on my phone and is a good format. I’ve also seen people say that it is annoying that the episodes are so long just to teach a few words, but I like this because I think it will help you understand the words more and help it stick instead of learning a lot of words per day and it being harder to remember. Being a podcast the hosts do get a little off track and talk about other things but it’s not too bad and they rarely get very off track. Yes the hosts are a little awkward with each other but honestly I don’t find it very annoying at all like some of the people in the comment section.
I really have nothing bad to say about this app.
My family is Korean and I am a first generation American-Korean. I could understand basic commands and never knew how to read/write. For the majority of my life i have never bothered to learn Korean because i was comfortable with just talking to my parents in english. However, i realized as i got older my parents also got older and it became harder to communicate with them. Thats when i started taking interest in learning my native language. When I started taking Korean courses in my University as a Thematic minor, i was introduced to this program “Talk to me in Korean”. I cannot express the gratitude and respect I have for this program. It exceeded all my expectations and answered all my questions. And throughout the lessons the tips are actually helpful to bare in mind rather than a generic tip or already-known tip thats really obvious. For example, the explanation of why the ending consonants are never/rarely pronounced in certain words like the ㅂ in -합니다. For a free program like this, I definitely learned a lot more than what I could've learned through over priced and ineffective language programs like rosetta stone. I would highly recommend this for both beginners and also people like me who are already Korean but wanting to understand the language even further. Again thank you for your wonderful and friendly service!
Incredibly clear and easy to understand!
Hundreds of high quality podcasts and videos to help you progress at your own rate without becoming bored or stressed. The accompanying pdfs make each lesson easy to follow. I have been studying daily for over a year and feel very pleased with my progress. It is the most used app on my phone. Hands down the most cost effective way to learn Korean. I actually look forward to my 1.5hr commute because it is like going to a friendly private tutorial. The teachers keep it fresh and fun with constant new content. Plenty of Korean culture is threaded throughout. If I had to describe TTMIK in one word it would be clarity. They are careful to give you the nuances that are often lost in translation with other programs.
- Technical Data Freeway, Inc.
- 23.7 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
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- In-App Purchases
- Lessons+ Premium $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.