Aimed at foreigners who have just arrived in Korea or overseas Koreans with no former exposure to the language, this beginner's Korean book aims to teach readers the basics of Korean (as well as its merits) as easily as possible. The author (who is a professor in Korean Linguistics at Seoul National University) applies real life knowledge based on years of study and has also included some words and simple expressions.
After arrival at the Korean airport this book will serve as a quick reference book to make sense out of quite esoteric alphabet. On the street and restaurants foreigners can try to read shop signs, billboards, menus, and other kinds of notices written in Korean. It will be a fun to try to read at least several words while they are in Korea otherwise surrounded by strange scripts and symbols.
Author: Sang Oak Lee
Pub. Date: Jul. 2008
Dimensions (in inches): 5.70 x 7.83 x 0.27
You can learn the KOREAN ALPHABET in one morning
- Product Code: 9788996056478
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