This category lists sites that help English-speaking children and teens learn the Korean language.

Koreans use their own unique alphabet called Hangul. This alphabet was created under King Sejong (1418-1450) during the Choson Dynasty. The phonetic alphabet consists of eleven vowels and fourteen consonants, which represent every sound in the Korean language. Even today it is considered to be one of the most efficient alphabets in the world.

Korean is read from left to right and from the top of the page to the bottom.

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An Introduction to Korean
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Introduces the Korean alphabet, basic conversational phrases, common vocabulary, and grammar. Includes text and RealAudio.
Korean Language Practice
[ Mature Teens ] Contains phrases and vocabulary.
Korean Studies at Sogang
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Offers introductory, novice and intermediate online courses. All lessons include Hanguel text, Romanizations, and sound files. Requires free registration.
Korean Travel Phrases
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] A brief list of useful words and phrases.

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