I’m having fun learning Korean so far. I enjoy the media, and there is tons of it. Hopefully this motivation and excitement stick around and this turns into a long term project.
I was watching “The Drug King,” as you can see below, and it’s based in Busan, Korea. The way the characters talk seems rather strange to me after four days of listening to more Seoul based dialogue.
I was really tired today after work, so I only got about an hour of active immersion in.
*I skipped MIA | The 6-Point Model of Language Ability until my next day off since it’s such a long post.
1,000 grammar/vocab cards
- Time Today: ~ 25 minutes
- Total Time: ~80 minutes (1.33 hrs)
- New Grammar/Vocab Cards: 25
- Grammar/Vocab Card Reviews: 27
- Total Grammar/Vocab Cards: 100/1000
- Become A Hangeul Master | Chapter 3 Unit 3
Basic Grammar Book:**
- TTMIK Level 1 | Lesson 4
- Level 1 | Unit 1
- Time Today: ~ 5.5 hours
- Total Time: ~16.5 hours
- Time Today: ~ 1 hours
- Total Time: ~12 hours
*I still remember, basically, how to read Hangeul, but I’m going back through this book a little every day to refresh my memory. Plus, I want to see if it’s a book I can recommend to brand new Korean learners
**I plan to simply read through one lesson a day to build a basic understanding of fundamental grammar. This is not an exhaustive, grueling, memorization or study process. I’m casually reading a lesson a day. I don’t know how many levels I’ll go through.
***I do more or less one Pimsleur lesson a day, passively, in my car while I drive here and there, or on my commute to and from work.