The Best Books for Learning Korean – Edward Avila




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27 thoughts on “The Best Books for Learning Korean – Edward Avila”

  1. Thank you! I'm planning a graduation trip for me and my sister and I want to go to Seoul during the summer of 2020 and I want to learn how to learn Korean!

  2. thanks this was super helpful as I'm English and have recently wanted to learn Korean to travel when I'm older but there are so many books to learn from by different people and its kinda hard to know what to use.

  3. U ALL KNOW WHEN KAHOOT MUSIC COMES UP YOU GONNA HAVE TO DANCE…. ONE OF THE ONLY THINGS I LOVE ABOUT SCHOOL XD

  4. Are the talk to me books good to use to learn korean like, im going to have to take the TOPIK to get into a korean uni, will talk to me in korean help me kinda prepare me for that ?

  5. This is the first video of yours I’ve seen and s h i t I’m crying. I live you so much, help :”))

  6. I live in LA.. been struggling to find a good way to study Hangul.. dated a korean girl before. She did help me here and there but I’ve been wanting to learn more since I work with Koreans. Love korean girls πŸ˜³πŸ™ˆ

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