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Korean Book Package from twoChois.com

twoChois brings Korea to you. Well, at least the Korean bookstore – right to your doorstep.

One thing I miss about Korea is the books. There is Gmarket, but it’s only useful if you already know what you want to buy – searching through the collection is impossible. The reviews on gmarket don’t help too – 잘 받았습니다 / 배송이 빨라요 isn’t what I considered as a review.

But now, there’s twoChois!

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Put simply, twoChois is an online bookstore selling Korean books, stationery etc. Or also known as the language-lover heaven lol.

They already have a huge collection of Korean children books, Korean textbooks, Korean novels etc. It’s a site for Korean learners and also overseas Koreans.

Best part? They ship worldwide.

Love their site design, and everything is clearly written. The book preview option will be helpful for people who want a look at the book content and they have even added a review section. Very considerate.

hehe received a package from them and I’m damnnn excited! 😀

So excited that I made a video on the spot! hehe

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I was supposed to receive two books from them, and I’m pleasantly surprised that they have included a few more things. *super touched*

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The books arrived in pristine condition (wrapped in bubble wrap) and I really appreciate the effort! And look, they included a copy of 1st Look! hehe one of my favorite fashion magazine newspaper!

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They event sent me a card and bookmark!! 😀

A closer look at the two books they sent me! I’ve been wanting to get my hands on the 경영 한국어 textbook as it’s different from the “normal” advanced textbook. Will use it and then do a detailed review!

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The other book is actually a textbook (again different from normal ones). Learning Korean via traditional folktales. Sounds interesting right? Flipped through the book and I think it’s an intermediate book! Will look at it in details again.

Thanks twoChois for sending me Korea ❤

Most (if not all) of the books I’ve reviewed should be on their online store. Check it out if you are thinking of adding more books to your bookshelf!

www.twochois.com

p.s. In case you are already dying to get those two books, here are the links!

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15 Comments

  • Reply
    Alice
    22 October, 2013 at 8:24 PM

    I have that korean language book for business administration too!

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      Ana
      22 October, 2013 at 9:59 PM

      Same here! Actually, I purchased the Business Administration book back around March, and found it to be a bit too difficult for me. Now that I am taking private Korean lessons, I hope to get back to it sometime next year. Curious to know your thoughts on it!

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        hangukdrama
        22 October, 2013 at 10:11 PM

        How are the lessons? Pretty interested on how you structure the lessons! Is there a particular focus on speaking etc? Can’t wait to start on the book (:

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          Ana
          22 October, 2013 at 10:28 PM

          The lessons are fantastic! As a former Korean language teacher who taught at a Korean university, her lessons are very structured. We split our time between going over mistakes I’ve made on previous TOPIK papers, and incorporating two textbooks “Korean Grammar Practice for Foreigners” and “Korean Vocabulary Practice for Foreigners,” both of which are part of the Yonsei Series. I don’t focus separately on speaking since my weaknesses lie in the other areas.

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      hangukdrama
      22 October, 2013 at 10:12 PM

      heh! Going to look at it soon!

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    seoulinme
    22 October, 2013 at 11:16 PM

    That book looks interesting 😀 although I am not sure its too my level xD maybe a bit advanced for me haha </3 have fun with the lovely books ^_^

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      hangukdrama
      27 October, 2013 at 10:24 AM

      hehe thanks!

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    Tu Quan Ta
    23 October, 2013 at 12:31 AM

    Thank you very much for this useful tip.

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      hangukdrama
      27 October, 2013 at 10:24 AM

      you’re welcome!

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    choronghi
    24 October, 2013 at 6:39 AM

    I could never myself order online because i’m such a spendthrift. like just today i bought 10 japanese books for less than $7 because book-off had the 40% off special for this month in nyc store and i choose $1 books. i definitely have to go back lolz.

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      hangukdrama
      27 October, 2013 at 10:24 AM

      WOW. Damn I need a book-off in my city.

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    Joseph
    24 October, 2013 at 7:04 AM

    Thanks for the TwoChois link… very helpful 🙂

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      hangukdrama
      27 October, 2013 at 10:24 AM

      you’re welcome! ;P

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    Lan
    26 October, 2013 at 9:31 PM

    twoChois is really a good website for Korean learning materials. Their service is professional and wonderful. I love the way they care about customers very much. ^^
    The book “전래동화로 배우는 한국어” seems very appealing to me. Learning Korean through traditional fairy tales is more interesting than the textbook.

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      hangukdrama
      27 October, 2013 at 10:25 AM

      yeah i love their service! heh i haven’t look at the book much yet but it looks super interesting (:

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