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52 thoughts on “Guest Book

  1. Angel says:

    Hello. I found your blog by accident. I’m learning Korean myself and after I read this blog, I become more confident to learn it by myself ^^ Thanks you for making a great blog ^^ and nice to meet you🙂 I’ll visit more often.


  2. Kepundung ~My Language Learning Log says:

    Hi Mba, Thanks for following me back. I was exciting finding you blog that attractive. Boosting my passion to keep doing self study Korean😀
    Definitely will come often to your blog.
    I’m really newbie in Korean, need to boost extra effort to move forward…
    I’m Balinese, so nice to know that there is Indonesian who share the same passion😀


  3. I stumbled upon your blog while googling “self-study Korean”🙂 Thank you for being an inspiration! Without your experiences of self-studying Korean, I would have never tried it myself. Now, I am really happy self-studying Korean and I’ve started a blog about my own experiences too🙂 Nice to meet you and I’ll definitely continue to visit🙂


  4. 안녕하세요! 저는 독학으로 한국어 배우는 사람이에요 ㅎㅎ 저도 인도네시아 사람인데요. 반가워요!
    언니가 한국어 정말 잘하시네요. 부러워요 ㅜ 저도 한국어 더 열심히 공부할거에요! ^^/


  5. Dawn says:

    Hi! I really love your blog! ^O^ I came upon your blog when I was searching about 스티(you own his albums? WOAH- so lucky!) Similar to you, I would like to try to learn Hanguel myself, but I’m too afraid to converse or practice pronouncing in korean(I did manage to remember the alphabet at least-a long way to go still!) My reason for learning korean? Of course to understand Kpop CX also, finally understanding kdrama without english subs haha..I have skimmed through your blog a bit(I will be back to thoroughly look upon interesting links!) OuO can you please give me tips upon learning korean(being able to write, speak and read) I would love any advice you can spare! (^.^)
    Also, I would like to recommend a song(seeing how you like Block B and 스티 )

    (This song have elements of both rap and ballad-much like the style of 스티)
    Thank you! ㅅㅇㅅ


  6. I love reading your blog.
    By the way, could you show me the way to create text with links on the right sidebar like yours?

    Online Korean Dictionaries

    Daum Dictionary
    국립국어원 표준국어대사전 (国立国語院標準国語大辞典)
    Google Translate
    Hanja Dictionary
    Hanja List


  7. Ivy says:

    Thank you thank you thank you! Your links and reviews and tips helped me so much~! Like you, I learned Japanese before starting to learn Korean, and I was having a difficult time finding good textbooks and figuring out how to practice handwriting hangul. It seemed resources for Japanese language learning were everywhere while any help for Korean language learning were scarce and mostly outdated, or extremely expensive. (I can’t believe I never thought to just make a page with blocks myself…D’oh.)


  8. Just discovered this site today, and it’s really helpful! I’m in the Korean learning space too and I think what you’re doing here is fantastic! Thought I’d just say “hey” and I hope you keep it up!


  9. sansan1004 says:

    thankyou very much for all the information you put here! i’ll always visit to improve my korean🙂 can i ask you a favor? can you explain me how korean grammar works?


  10. Hi! I can’t figure out how to leave a comment on one of your blog posts.. But I was wondering if you had any screenshots of the “2000 Essential Korean Words – Intermediate” ebook? I have the beginner book in paper form and I’m interested in the intermediate version, but I don’t really want to spend so much money on shipping. So now I’m considering purchasing the ebook version and I’m just kinda looking for an idea of how the content is structurized in the digital version.🙂


  11. Thank you for the quick reply!🙂 So, just to make sure, the ebook file comes with scanned images and the content hasn’t been converted to plain text to make it more “ebook-like”? That would mean that you can only zoom in and out and that you can’t actually change the text size through the menu like you would with a “normal (text)” ebook, right? I honestly just need the book to create a new Memrise course for myself, I rarely flip through the pages of my beginner book tbh. I’ve found a list of the intermediate book on a flashcard site, but I prefer keeping the content divided by chapters so buying the book would be convenient. Hmmm.


  12. Hello there! I am Sarah! I am very happy to have found this blog! I just found myself wanting to learn the Korean language. I really don’t know where to start. I don’t have any idea which between Romanized Korean or Hangul Korean is more preferable when in comes to learning the language. Would it be okay with you to suggest how and where on earth I am going to start my learning?🙂 I hope that you’d be able to help me with this. Thanks.🙂


    • Hi, Sarah! You won’t use romanization to communicate in Korean, romanization is like ‘training wheels’, once you get used to hangul, you won’t need them anymore. I’d recommend to start by learning hangul and learning how to type, find a textbook or Korean language course… just whatever you think will be fun for you to do. Good luck…!


  13. 안녕하세요 :)) I just learn Korean Language for 2 weeks. That’s lucky for me to find your blog🙂 ~ 지금 연세 한국어를 공부합니다 :)) 저음 공부해서 어렵습니다 ~ 하지만 연심히 공부하겠습니다~🙂


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