I’ve talked about Korean webtoons before and since then I’ve been trying to find something similar in Japanese. So I’m damn happy to find out that Naver actually has a Japanese webtoon app, in addition to their regular Korean webtoon app! Personally, I’m more partial to Japanese-style of drawing manga/webtoons, so I love this app
Immersion is always touted as the best way to learn a language. Language immersion at the country itself is expensive and probably not available to everyone, but with the internet connection, low-cost (or even free) immersion is very much possible. Recently I’ve been listening to NHKラジオニュース podcast while doing my work. Personally I dislike podcasts that
Sometimes I wonder how many people will find such posts useful. Not a lot of English speakers that I know of who are studying Japanese via Korean. O.o But still, I want to share the good resources to learn! Here’s a dictionary app that I’ve been faithfully using for the past few weeks! 일어한방검색 I love
Remember the time when I introduced drama comics? In case you don’t remember, 드라마 사진 만화 is like a manga version of the drama, but instead of drawings, you get real photo stills from the dramas! A must have. Now imagine this as an iPhone app!! AND in the Japanese version for the Korean drama!!!!