Online Korean Lessons
Learn Korean online anytime, anywhere with LearnKorean24’s online Korean lessons. All our online Korean lessons are absolutely free and are designed to help you self-study the Korean language. If you would like to learn Korean online with online Korean classes, then check out our recommended Korean tutors.
Where To Start?
The online Korean lessons below are arranged in units, starting with Korean lessons for beginners. If this is your first time to learn Korean, we suggest you start by learning how to read the Korean alphabet and then work through the Korean lessons below in order.
Unit 1: Korean Basics
These first Korean lessons are for absolute beginners. Start by learning how to read the Korean alphabet. Then work through the lessons in order to learn some basic Korean words and expressions so you can start speaking in Korean.
- Lesson 0: How To Read The Korean Alphabet
- Lesson 1: How To Say Hello In Korean
- Lesson 2: How To Say Goodbye In Korean
- Lesson 3: ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ in Korean.
- Lesson 4: How To Say Thank You In Korean
- Lesson 5: How To Say Sorry In Korean
- Lesson 6: How To Say ‘What is it?’ In Korean
- Lesson 7: How To Say ‘How Much Is It?’ In Korean
- Lesson 8: This and That In Korean
- Lesson 9: Have and Don’t Have In Korean
- Lesson 10: ‘Please Give Me’ In Korean
In this unit, you will learn some basic Korean grammar, how to conjugate Korean verbs into the present, past, and future tenses, and how to make your own Korean sentences and questions.
- Lesson 1: Korean Verb Conjugation: Present Tense
- Lesson 2: Korean Particles 을/를, 은/는, And 이/가
- Lesson 3: How To Make Korean Sentences
- Lesson 4: Korean Past Tense
- Lesson 5: ‘Want’ In Korean ~고 싶어요
- Lesson 6: Korean Location Marking Particles 에 and 에서
- Lesson 7: Numbers In Korean
- Lesson 8: Korean Counting Units
- Lesson 9: ‘And’ in Korean: ~하고, ~이랑, ~와/과
- Lesson 10: Korean Future Tense ~(으)ㄹ 거예요
By now you should know how to conjugate Korean verbs into different tenses and how to make basic Korean sentences. In this unit, you will learn some more Korean grammar and how to make longer sentences in Korean.
- Lesson 1: Present Progressive Tense: ~고 있어요
- Lesson 2: ‘When’ In Korean: 언제
- Lesson 3: Can/Can’t In Korean: ~(으)ㄹ 수 있다/~(으)ㄹ 수 없다
- Lesson 4: And Then: ~그리고
- Lesson 5: So/Therefore: ~ 그래서
- Lesson 6: How To Make Negative Sentences In Korean
- Lesson 7: Korean Imperative Sentences: ~(으)세요
- Lesson 8: Please Do It For Me: ~아/어/여 주세요
- Lesson 9: Don’t In Korean: ~지 마세요
Unit 4/5/6: Coming Soon
We are working on adding many more free Korean lessons. Check back soon for more.
Korean Irregular Verbs
There are 7 types of Korean irregular verbs/adjectives. These are important to learn because they do not follow the regular conjugation rules. There 7 irregular forms in Korean are: