If you want to travel in Korea, you need to know what to say at the airport in Korean. This online Korean audio lesson will teach you some important words and phrases you’ll need at a Korean airport.
You’ll learn how to find the departure hall, how to ask for a window seat, and how to know when your flight is boarding; all you need to know to get you on the plane in Korean.
This Rocket Korean lesson on how to pronounce countries in Korean will prepare you for these questions, and help you ask them in return and understand the answer!
In this lesson, we’ll talk about various types of "saengsun," fish in Korean. Some of these you might find on a plate garnished with lemon, and some you might see on a snorkeling trip, or in a fish tank peeking out from behind some coral!
Discover common Korean menu items so you’ll be able to recognize them next time you’re dining Korean-style. I’ve also included some common Korean phrases that may come in useful when listening or speaking to the waiter.
This lesson teaches you how to say different holidays in Korean. We’ll go over some important Korean holidays and several others that you might find just as important as the people in Korea do.
You’re tired of traveling and need a place to sleep, but how do you ask for a hotel in Korean? In this Korean audio lesson you’ll learn how to find suitable accommodation in Korean.
You’ll learn how to ask for different types of Korean hotel, or perhaps you’d prefer a hostel?
Once you’ve got a recommendation for good accommodation in Korea, you’ll also find out how to find transport to get there.
Going shopping in Korea? Don’t miss this free shopping in Korea lesson! You’ll learn how to find your way around a shopping centre, ask for what you want, and how to pay in Korean. Need a smaller size? Looking for an ATM? No problem.
After this free lesson you’ll avoid potential embarrassment and frustration by recognizing signs in Korean! Knowing these useful Korean words will ensure you’ll never walk into the wrong restroom, light up in a no-smoking area, or have your car towed from a no-parking spot.
Everyone has their favorite sport and most countries tend to have favorite national sports. America is the home of baseball for example. And, like most of the world, Koreans are particularly fond of football. There are an endless number of sports to talk about in Korean but in this lesson, we’ll go over the most common ones.
This lesson is about a group of words that are sure to come in handy – tools in Korean – whether or not you're handy! These words are sure to be useful if you're traveling to Korea, but they'll be especially vital if you're living there.
Anyoung hee gaseyo!
Sujung Lee: Rocket Korean