10 Best Apps for Learning Korean

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It is always an added advantage to be able to understand and speak a variety of languages. You must not necessarily be a polyglot which of course is really nice, for you to ad Korea in your basket of languages, its very possible with just your smartphone, not books, not classes but some very useful apps (which are very functional and for some of them, excitingly free) on your phone could serve this purpose for you and you could go on your learning process without stress at all. So in this article, we would be introducing you to the best apps you could use in learning Korean. So sit back and make a choice.

  1. Naver dictionary:  With Naver being the most popular search engine in Korea, and their advent of a comprehensive Korean dictionary which has about 33 other languages is a very great app to learn Korean with, added to the fact that they are completely free. They are a perfect tool to acquire while learning Korean. In this dictionary are incredible features such as various examples on how best to construct sentences using this language. This app also has high-quality audio recordings to show you how accurately words should be pronounced and sentences should be said. It also has a useful word book where you can save useful vocabulary you just learnt giving you the opportunity to go through the list more often. If you love these features and they suit what you want in your journey to learning Korean, you could download in your android or apple phone already.
  2. FluentU: This app helps you really dive deep into the sea of Korean language and culture while truly having fun. FluentU converts real-world videos into Korean language learning lessons for you. FluentU has a fun-filled learning process. These videos were specially handpicked and we’re carefully organized into different sessions. You could start with any of them that suits you at that particular point in time. They also organize quizzes for you to test how much you have truly learned after a period of time. You know one interesting fact about this app, you can also try this for free! How awesome.
  3. Duolingo: This is one of the most famous apps for learning different languages on Google Play store. Amongst the many languages found in this app is Korean. Duolingo simply introduces you to some words and phrases as they use the system of starting small and taking little steps first. Slowly, they progress to more words and sentences until you become a full-fledged Korean speaking being. They boast that spending 34 hours on their app is equivalent to a semester in a university. While it could be controversial, the fact that they are free is fantastic.
  4. Google Translate: This is one of the most powerful translation tools on the web. It has about 103 languages when used online and 59 languages when used offline. This app is mostly used by travelers as it is very convenient for translating between two languages. It also has a live voice translation function that is excellent for practicing and knowing how well you speak Korean. It also has a camera feature that translates things in real-time. So you could easily take a picture of a sentence you don’t understand and have Google Translate give you the meaning. Leaving the best part for last, Google Translate is entirely free. Isn’t that amazing?
  5. LingoDeer: This is one of the best Korean learning apps that can be found online. Its main focus is Asian languages which Korean is one of them. It dedicates so much time in teaching the basics such as the alphabet. This app also functions properly even when offline and has very engaging exercises you could take up to improve your Korean. It is completely free though a token of $9.99 could be given to the developers and this is totally optional. These people deserve your love already.
  6. Simply Learn Korean: This is another great app and is relatively easier to use. It doesn’t necessarily give a full Korean learning experience but it is a great app that can be used as a study guide. It comprises a lot of quizzes, exercises, tests and so much more that would be very profitable throughout your Korean learning process. To have a complete course, it is best to pair this with another app for more efficient training. It is quite a cheap app for what it offers.
  7. Rosetta Stone: This is a  renowned app in language learning. It consists of 24 languages which  Korean. It focuses very much on giving you that unique accent and makes you repeat words until they stick. It produces a person that can properly use the many Korean mechanics. It is however not free. It cost $199.99 which can be paid every three months or every 12 months, though if you have the money, you could pay for everything at once.
  8. Drops: This is a well-known language learning app for a variety of languages amongst which includes Korean. This app is a great option if you want to increase your vocabulary in Korean because it doesn’t really concentrate on grammar. It is free for only five minutes a day and is great for just casual learners but those that really want to dive into learning Korean should consider subscribing for a better experience.
  9. Memrise: This is another wonderful learning app. In this app are many languages including Asian languages which means it has just what we are looking for. This has a lot of sophisticated features and is not very wonderful for a casual learner. It is great for vocabulary, grammar, and even has a pronunciation guide which would help you speak very fluently. You could also use this with other great apps to improve your learning experience.
  10. Mondly: This app is a very good app for learning a lot of languages though it is quite expensive. It doesn’t follow the usual method of teaching Korean. It is relatively more difficult to start with so if you want to learn Korean from scratch, it is not advisable to use this app. Although, it is a great app for more advanced learners.
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