Welcome to this language learning gift guide for students of Korean. In this post I included some really cool tools that will boost your language practice while you also enjoy learning.
If you have a friend or loved one who is learning Korean, here you can find a list of beautiful and useful gifts that you can give them for Christmas or any other holiday/speacial day, like their birthday.
I hope you enjoy taking a look at these ideas. Without further ado, let’s begin!
Note: I am not sponsored, affiliated nor related to the businesses or authors who sell these items. If you purchase any of these and have a problem with it, please contact them on their website. The only gift ideas that I’m related to are the ones from my Etsy store Blissogirl.
Description from website: Looking for an easy Korean reading material for beginners? This will help you have much more confidence in your Korean reading comprehension through 30 short stories about various everyday topics!
Description from website: Learn your first 500 Korean words and thousands of related words and expressions that you can start using right away in your everyday conversations in Korean!
Description: This pack of printables is perfect for every language student who wants to practice any foreign language, like Korean, in an autonomous way. You’ll find a practical workbook for beginners, an ebook with my hacks to learn foreign languages, set of stickers to decorate your Korean study notebooks, a set of checklists with 40 activities to do when you want to practice, and a printable language learning bullet journal.
Description from website: Learn essential intermediate-level sentence patterns through natural everyday conversations and improve your Korean vocabulary! Each unit also includes a list of the important words used in the conversation, followed by a grammar break-down or sentence patterns.
Description from website: Reading a bilingual/dual language book is a proven method to improve the language learning process. Our book features 11 beautiful short stories by Hye-min Choi, along with illustrations. It’s designed with novice Korean learners in mind – with easy-to-understand sentences with rich vocabulary to learn from.
Description: This language learning printable planner will help you reflect on your current language learning experience with any language, like Korean, so that you know what helps you learn the most. It’ll also help you organize your practice in up to four different languages. You’ll be able to set your language goals for 2021, plan the different things you’ll do to move forward, improve more and achieve your language goals.
Description from website: Korean Made Simple is a book for anyone who wishes to begin learning the Korean language. No matter your age, you can learn how to read, write, speak and understand Korean. Learn the Korean writing system, Korean culture, and even history. Learn over 1,000 vocabulary words and phrases through 20 in-depth and fun lessons, filled with plenty of examples. Additionally, practice sections with answer keys are built into every chapter.
Description: This is a practical workbook that can be used as a notebook for your languages studies as a beginner in Korean. You can use it instead of a regular notebook or together with it. In this practical workbook of 135 pages, you will find a guide to learn any language in an autonomous way. Sometimes you will need to have internet access to search for the information that you may need in order to make each unit tasks. You can print the whole workbook or just some units to start working right away.
I hope you have enjoyed this language learning gift guide for holiday season! I also wish you were able to find a nice gift for yourself or for your language lover friend who is learning Korean at the moment.
Have a beautiful day ahead!