An excellent online source for anyone interested in learning Korean language. A collection of Naver dictionaries lists all kinds of dictionaries to choose from. A very useful feature is the êµì´ì¬ì (a dictionary that explains Korean words in Korean) and the ë°±ê³¼ì¬ì (not only explains the words' meanings, but also teaches you about culture, history etc related to the word). For more advanced learners the íìì¬ì would be very helpful since it allows you to memorize the meaning of generally two-character words through understanding the meaning of the two components, which makes the process of expanding one's vocabulary much easier.
You'll find two versions of this program available in the VOD section. The ongoing one started on 2/28/05 and is hosted by Beau Jackson and ìµíì . Material is geared toward beginning learners.
The previous version of Hello! ìë íì¸ì was hosted by Richard Harris and ì¥ìì. It was a bilingual learning experience: Richard spoke in English and ì¥ìì in Korean. All episodes are still available via VOD.
íêµì´ë¡ ë§í©ìë¤ is no longer in production, but VODs for all 215 episodes are still available. The entire program is in Korean, so it's not for beginners.
Let's Speak Korean is not for learners who already have some knowledge of Korean. The 30 most recent episodes are available through VOD.