As I mentioned in a earlier post, it took me severalÂ attempts to learn to read Korean and understand some basic words. Looking back the first words I managed to memorize where snow (ëˆˆ, nun) and milk (ìš°ìœ , uyu). I must admit that it’s not much and also not very useful for a beginner. There’s almost no situation where one can say something with the use of those two words.
In my current attempt to learn some Korean, I trust the people from TalkToMeInKorean.com. It’s no surprise that they start with basic expressions like hello (ì•ˆë…•í•˜ì„¸ìš”,Â an-nyeong-ha-se-yo) and thank youÂ ê°ì‚¬í•©ë‹ˆë‹¤,Â gam-sa-hap-ni-da).
For the complete first lesson, with all the text aids, follow this link: TalkToMeInKorean.com -First lesson