6 In Japanese learning journey (:/ Korean learning journey (:

한국어를 가르치는 일본어 라디오

Discovered this radio programme some time back! It’s a Japanese programme that teaches Korean! 😀 There’s a feed that you can subscribe to and download the mp3 files or you can listen online. The best part is that a pdf file is included! Not a script of the whole programme, but the general outline of the lesson.

I just let it play while I’m doing my work and it has been helping me to get used to Japanese and also pick up some new vocabulary. It’s fun to listen to the Korean too 😀 (The host is pretty good!)

For those who are interested to use Japanese to learn Korean, give this a  try! Alternatively, if you are learning Japanese through Korean, you can try listening to this too.

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    23 April, 2011 at 11:11 PM

    You are listening to this! I used to listen to this. It’s pretty good! After I discovered the pure Korean podcasts, I had stopped listening to this…

    Still the host is really good~ she and the guy host~ I recommend this! It’s good!

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      7 May, 2011 at 8:11 PM

      i’m liking it alot too! even though i can only catch a few phrases here and there. will try to listen to it more often during the holidays! hope to see you soon again (:

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        9 May, 2011 at 12:02 AM

        It’s good that you are enjoying it! I think it’s important to get the hang of how locals speak their language.

        Yeah! Hope to see you soon! Fighting! All the best for your exams! ^^

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      9 May, 2011 at 11:26 AM


      May I know where is the pure Korean podcasts website?

      Thanks so much.
      PS: I just started listening to this podcasts, and I agree, she’s really good. Explain things well 🙂

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    25 April, 2011 at 8:43 PM

    Do you happen to know of any korean podcasts that are fully in korean besides from korean learning sites like ttmik and koreanclass 101? I want to leave the podcast playing in the background sometimes so i can ‘subconsciously’ absorb the pronunciation lol. Do you happen to know of any?

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      7 May, 2011 at 8:10 PM

      mmm why not try korean radio stations? ^^

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