|You'll never find the perfect ramen if you can't read Korean...|
|Takehika Inoue's Vagabond is one of my|
favorites…and now I can read it in Korean!
koreancomics.blogspot.kr/ uses comics to help you learn the Korean language. What could be better than that! I sometimes buy Korean comics and try to read them, but they are usually way too hard for me. I get through them by relying heavily google translate (and Deborah), but that becomes tiring and takes the fun out of it. This website uses very simple and common language while providing well drawn and fun scenes. Associating language with an action or scene can help you learn much faster and it's also a lot more interesting then studying as usual. Best of all, an English translation and some cultural knowledge can be found at the bottom of each scene. It's a great little website and definitely deserves a look if you're wanting to learn more about Korea and it's language.
Thanks for reading,
See! Look at this little clip. What's he saying? For only 2000 Won you can get a giant book of manhwa. It's too good of a deal to not buy. Now if I could only understand it...