by Young-A Cho, In-Jung Cho, Douglas Ling
Publisher: Monash University 2010
Number of pages: 427
This book is primarily written for a Korean language university course for beginners, but it may be used in other settings including self-study. This is an introduction to contemporary Korean, with special emphasis on spoken usage for everyday situations. It introduces learners to the Korean alphabet and everyday situations in Korean culture to help them acquire 'survival' Korean.
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