Syllable Structure of Korean Language

Till now, we have got a basic introduction of Korean language and Korean script Hangeul. We also learnt how to read and write Hangeul characters and some essential Korean phrases that we can use in everyday life. Now let’s see how we can combine individual Korean characters to make syllables and words. [Read more…]

KOREA [2012 VOL.8 No. 8]

Check the latest issue of Korea magazine. The Cover story on Dokdo and other interesting and useful content. [Read more…]

Korean to English linguist required


Important: Write your language pair in subject line of your email. Only native translators should apply and should do so at apply(at)similelanguageservices(dot)com only

If English is your native or near-native language and you are very fluent in Korean, and you are experienced translators of Korean to English language, apply with your resume in doc or pdf format with cover letter. [Read more…]

6000 Most Common Korean Words

I have put a list of 6000 Most Common Korean Words compiled by National Institute of Korean Language on the TOPIK GUIDE website. This is a frequency list in which the words are arranged in the order of their frequency of use or commonness. The list has been divided into 6 parts. [Read more…]

Register for 28th TOPIK Test to be held in October

28th TOPIK is being held on 28th October, 2012 in Korea and other countries around the world including India. The Applications for 28th TOPIK test are being accepted from 7th of August, 2012 and will continue till August 20,  2012. You can check further details HERE.