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Learn Korean for Everyday Life

The Big Lessons Collection for Beginners Audiobook
Narrated by: KoreanClass101.com
Length: 5 hrs and 28 mins
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Summary

Do you want to learn Korean the fast, fun and easy way? Then this huge audiobook compilation is for you. Learn Korean for Everyday Life: The Big Lessons Collection for Beginners Audiobook is for people who want to finally speak and use real-life Korean. 

You'll learn the must-know conversational phrases, questions, answers, social media phrases and how to talk about your everyday life in Korean. All words and phrases were hand-picked by our team of Korean teachers and experts. By the end of this audiobook compilation, you will be able to... 

  • Communicate in Korean on social media 
  • Master common greetings 
  • Have basic conversations with locals 
  • Talk about your daily routine - from morning to night 
  • Order food at restaurants 
  • Ask for directions 
  • And much more.... 

With this audiobook compilation, you get: Must-Know Korean Social Media Phrases, Top 400 Activities: Daily Routines in Korean, and 3-Minute Korean - 60 audio lessons and 4.5 hours in total. Plus, a 308-page eBook so you can read along and bonus conversation cheat sheets. 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.  

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