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WRITING CONVERSATIONAL KOREAN

PRACTICE KOREAN WITH PROMPTS

There are over 200 prompts in each book

Designed to get you thinking about yourself and your life in Korean

Each book has the same layout, but with different categories of writing prompts.

1. READ THE PROMPT

Including...

가장 싫어하는 집안일이 무엇인가요?

What chore do you most hate doing?

완벽한 주말을 보내기위한 당신만의 계획은요?

What is your plan for a perfect weekend?

만약 내일 문신을 새겨야 한다면 어떤 문신을 새길건 가요?

If you had to get a tattoo tomorrow, what would it be?

HOW TO USE

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2. ANSWER THE PROMPT

There are no right and wrong answers

Every person's answer is unique to their experience

Just use your own Korean knowledge to the best of your ability

3. READ ANSWERS BY NATIVE SPEAKERS

Each chapter ends with a section showing natural Korean writing samples submitted by native Korean speakers.

English translations are included in the back of the book.

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4. WATCH KOREAN YOUTUBE VIDEOS

Experience the writing prompts in context while learning about Korean culture.

On certain writing prompts, follow QR codes to listen to related YouTube videos.

Reinforce vocabulary and grammar that you've learned while encountering

new vocabulary and grammar to help you write your own answers.

Discover authentic content and practice

your listening skills in a fun way!

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Video Name: 크루즈 여행 두번 해보고 느낀 솔직 장단점 A to Z
We went on two cruises: our honest thoughts on the advantages
and disadvantages from A to Z

YouTube Channel: 잼쏭부부 jemissong

5. LEARN GRAMMAR IN KOREAN

Watch grammar lessons taught by teachers who speak only in Korean.

Challenge your listening skills while learning Korean in Korean.

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Video Name: Learn Korean | Korean Grammar 96: A은가요?/ㄴ가요?,
V나요?, N인가요?

YouTube Channel: 베이직 코리안 Basic Korean

Coffee with Friends

Use the writing prompts to prepare for

conversations with native speakers, with topics like:

“여행을 갔을 때  먹어봤던 가장 이상한 음식은 뭐예요?”

(What's the most unusual food you've tried while travelling?)

“부모님 몰래 집을 빠져나간 적이 있나요?”