Do you wish you could pronounce Korean like a native speaker? Now you can! Rocket Languages has discovered a new way to make Korean pronunciation easy. Not only that, but you have a ton of free audio lessons here at your fingertips to start improving your Korean pronunciation right now.
Want to start with some simple Korean words or Korean phrases? No problem.
Ready to try some Korean travel phrases or learn more about Korean culture? Great!
Before you start your Rocket Korean adventure, read on to find out how we’re going to help you master Korean pronunciation in no time…
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As hard as you try, without helpful feedback your Korean pronunciation is never going to be the same as a native speaker’s. If you've found it difficult to perfect the way you say Korean words and phrases, Rocket Languages voice comparison software will help you.
Use the blue button to play the audio tracks associated with Korean pronunciation. Then try recording yourself and compare your Korean pronunciation with that of the native Korean speaker. That’s right, with Rocket Korean's voice recognition technology you can record your voice as many times as you need until your pronunciation matches the Korean speaker!
Give it a try!
We explain everything you need to know about Korean pronunciation in the Rocket Korean Premium course. Let’s get you started with these free audio lessons…
Most viewed Korean pronunciation lessons
How many greetings in Korean do you know? “Anyoung haseyo” (hello) is a good start, but let’s try a few more. After this free audio lesson you’ll know some expressions to use at different times of the day, and for casual and formal occasions.
If someone asks "How are you?" in Korean, how do you reply? And how do you ask them in return? Maybe you feel great, or you’re having a really bad day – either way you’ll know how to explain after this free Rocket Korean audio lesson.
Ready to be on your best behaviour? After this free Rocket Korean lesson you’ll be able to say "thank you" in Korean, "excuse me", "sorry", and use other polite Korean words and phrases with confidence. You’ll also know how to express your appreciation when someone is being helpful to you.
Going to the market for groceries? Need to tell someone your age or phone number? Want to be sure you catch the right bus? It’s time to learn numbers in Korean!
Here are some essential questions in Korean to know before you travel! Where is the tourist office? The market? After this free audio lesson you’ll know how to ask 'when' and 'where' in Korean, and some other useful vocabulary.
If you like to try different kinds of food and enjoy Asian food in particular, you’ll have a wonderful time in Korea. Perhaps you’re dining out with Korean family or friends closer to home. Either way - imagine the satisfaction of being able to order in a restaurant in Korean!