What is your Favorite Season? Extended Practice Korean Conversation 3 (Free Download / Printout)

What is your Favorite Season Extended Practice Korean Conversation

Hello again and welcome to our third Extended Korean Conversation. The topic for this third example conversation is “What is your favorite season“, and is between two people friends Mi Jin & Ju Sok, they are talking about the different seasons, weather and reasons why they likes and dislike things. Some of the concepts can be taken and used in everyday Korean conversation.

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The conversation and covers span 3 full pages and should take between 10 and 20 minutes to read. The level is a mixture of beginner and intermediate concepts. Due to the size of the conversation we’re only uploading a PDF version as a JPEG copy would not easily readable. We hope that you enjoy:

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Beginner Korean Conversation 4 – Where is the Bathroom?

Practice Korean Coversation - Where is the Bathroom

It’s been a while but welcome back for the long over due fourth part in our Beginner Practice Korean Conversation series. This conversation is between 2 strangers, one guy “Marco” is looking for the nearest bathroom and asks “Joon Jae” for directions.  This conversation can be modified depending on where you are but the general concepts should stay the same.

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At the Bookstore Extended Practice Korean Conversation 2 (Free Download / Printout)

Practice Korean Conversation - At the Bookstore

Hello again and welcome to our second Extended Korean Conversation. The topic for this second example conversation is “At the Bookstore“, and is between two people A-ra & Micheal, they are talking about books, books they like, different genres of books and more things related to books and being at a bookstore. There are also a couple of example book covers included in the script.

The conversation and covers span 4 full pages and should take between 15 and 25minutes to read. The level is a mixture of beginner and intermediate concepts. Due to the size of the conversation we’re only uploading a PDF version as a JPEG copy would not easily readable. We hope that you enjoy:

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Extended Happy New Year Practice Korean Conversation (Free Download / Printout)

Fresh Korean Happy New Year 2013

As 2013 is all a few days away we have put together our first Extended Korean Conversation. The topic is “Happy New Year” and is between two people Mi Jin & Ju Seok, they are talking about the meaning of “새해 복 많이 받으세요” (Happy New Year in Korean). They go on to talk about their plans & dreams for the new year. Also included is a letter to a foreign friend (written in Korean).

The conversation and letter span 5 pages and should take between 15 and 25minutes to read. The level is a mixture of beginner and intermediate concepts. Due to the size of the conversation we’re only uploading a PDF version as a JPEG copy is not easily readable.

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We would like to wish everyone a very happy new year (새해 복 많이 받으세요) and hope you enjoy learning a little Korean.

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Beginner Korean Conversation 3 – What Do You Do In Your Spare Time?

Korean Conversation What Do you do in your spare time

Welcome back for the third part in our Beginner Korean Conversation series. This conversation is between two friends/co-workers (Su Jin & April), and they are talking about what they like to do in their spare time as well as planning for the weekend.  This conversation can be modified depending on what activities/hobbies you are interested in.

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Intermediate Korean Conversation 4 – Visiting the Doctor

Korean Conversation Visiting the Doctor

This is the fourth part in our Intermediate Korean Conversation series. This conversation is between a doctor and their patient, and so the language is quite formal. The concepts and phrases of this conversation can be used in a real world situation, however on the whole most doctors in Korea can speak at least a little English. But it is still useful in the event they can’t, or if you’re the doctor talking to a Korean patient.

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Intermediate Korean Conversation 4 - Visiting a Doctor

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Intermediate Korean Conversation 3 – Watching Korean TV

Intermediate Conversation Watch Korean TV

This is the third part in our Intermediate Korean Conversation series. This conversation is between two friends one Korean & one foreigner, who are talking about watching Korean TV programs as well as making plans. The concepts and phrases of this conversation can be used by others within other real world situations.

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