Are you looking for Korean PDF Lessons?
Here, you’ll find a growing collection of beginner level Korean PDF lessons. PDF Lessons covering Grammar, Vocabulary, Adjectives, Verbs, Phrases & more. They’re all yours to download for free and review with.
PDFs are like eBooks that you can save to your phone or computer. Or, even print. The point is, you get to keep them forever and review as much as you want. And as we all know, reviewing is what brings you to closer to fluency (And not learning things “once.”) With these Korean PDF lessons, you can….
- Download & save them to your phone or computer.
- Click on the image or the blue links.
- Print them out as worksheets/study sheets.
- Keep them forever and review as much as possible.
Do you know how to say hello in Korean? Well…
This Korean PDF lesson teaches you all the ways to say hi, hello, bye and so on. Yes, you learn both: greetings and parting greetings. Anything that you need to tell a person when you first meet them. Download it for free.
KoreanClass101.com is an online Korean learning program. But, they also give out free resources to complement their program. So, if you wanted the cheat sheets to their main audio/video lessons, you can get them here. On this page, you will find a good 12+ conversation cheat sheets that cover all kinds of topics: family, hobbies, love, travel and more. These cheat sheets just teach you words and phrases.
The link leads you to their library of PDF cheat sheets that you can download and print out. You just need a free account.
Some people love learning emotional words in other languages. If you’re one of those, this is for you. You will learn Korean compliments and all the ways to say “I like you” and “I love you” in Korean. Sound good? Good.
Want to know the most common phrases and questions for conversations?
This whopping Korean PDF lesson gives you 50+. These are the type of phrases and questions you’ll often hear in daily conversations, such as: “What’s new?,” “How are you?,” I’m good” and so on. Check it out.
If you want to learn to write in Korean, this resource will help you. Again, not mine but KoreanClass101’s so I’m just linking it here. You can print out the worksheets and write the words and characters out for practice.
Want to learn some basic Korean vocabulary? Start here. Remember, this Korean PDF lesson is just a list of words with translations. The BEST way to learn with this is not to overthink about it. Just spend 3-4 minutes reading through it on a daily basis. Eventually, you’ll know them all without the pain of memorization.
Another good way would be to print it out and write the words out too.
Can you count in Korean from 1-10? Can you ask for someone’s phone number? Or say your age?
Likely not. Because you didn’t learn the phrases necessary. Well, this is where this PDF lesson comes in.
This is another good lesson for beginners. This DPF lesson contains the most basic Korean adjectives that all beginners should know. So, if you don’t, go ahead and print it and review it as much as possible.
This is like the Korean PDF lesson above, but for nouns. Useful for beginners.
Want to be able to talk about yourself in Korean? This PDF lesson gives you the must-know lines and phrases. You’ll be able to say your name, where you’re from, and talk about your job. Definitely an important lesson for Korean beginners.
So, feel free to download these PDFs.
Feel free to print them out and use them as worksheets. If you want more, I’ll be sure to add more and keep this page and site growing.
Like these? Want to see something else? Or need something explained? Leave a comment below! I read them all and will be adding more and more with time.
I read all the comments.
If you want a Korean learning program, then I recommend KoreanClass101.
Mostly because of their audio/video lessons that teach you Korean conversations. Lessons are just a few minutes long; about 3 to 15 minutes. It’s like listening or watching a conversation unfold between two natives. And you have a teacher explain every word and grammar rule. So, that way you get to hear real Korean and practice speaking it.
Thanks for reading!
– The PDF Jeff