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아는 단어로 게임하면서 언어 배우기! Learning Korean made easy.

In just five minutes a day, you will learn Korean through our beautifully illustrated, immersive and playful lessons. You focus on the part of Korean that matters most — words. It’s effective, fun and free.

Learn Korean, drop by drop in just 5 minutes a day.

Learn Korean in just 5 minutes a day with Drops--learn words in Korean

Drops is the most popular and the best way to learn Korean on the go.

Language learning made easy. Have you always wanted to learn another language but felt you never had enough time, or patience. Or you’ve tried and given up? Well, it’s time to try again with Drops--a fun, new way to finally learn that language you always wanted to master: the Korean language.

In just five minutes a day, you will learn Korean through our beautifully illustrated, immersive and engaging lessons. You focus on the part of Korean that matters most -- words. It’s effective, fun and free.

How Drops can help you learn Korean online:

  • Learn 2,000+ Korean words with Drops
  • Drops helps to create memorable visual associations with new words
  • Drops helps you to practice your vocabulary and review the words you’ve learned
  • Start with just five minutes a day and build a language learning habit

Let Drops Help You Stay Motivated to Learn Korean

Instant feedback on your language progress

Instant feedback
Never wonder whether you’ve answered correctly. Why work with boring, old textbooks where you have to flip to the back to know whether or not you’re getting it right? Drops offers you immediate corrections so there’s no guesswork.

Study anywhere, anytime

How to study Korean anywhere, anytime
Take Drops with you with our mobile app available for iOS and Android so you can learn Korean online and offline too!

Personalized language learning experience

Personalized learning experience
Drops offers learners more than 100 well-curated Korean word lists that you can customize to fit your learning needs. Choose which words you want to learn so that you spend your Korean study time on the material that matters most.

Language learning stats

Stay motivated with learning stats
At the end of each Korean learning session, you get detailed statistics on your progress.

Wondering how to learn Korean?

Korean is very different from other languages, but there are some aspects of the language that make it easier than others. There are many recommended ways to learn Korean.

Become familiar with the Korean alphabet (Hangul):

  • The Korean alphabet is easy to learn! It’s actually even easier to learn than the Japanese alphabets, Katakana and Hiragana, or even Russian Cyrillic.
  • Hangul has 24 letters and it is entirely phonetic.

Tackle Korean grammar:

  • Korean grammar is relatively easy to learn.
  • You can learn some of the basic structures in Drops’ Travel Talk category.

Listen to lots of Korean audio:

  • Find Korean dramas you enjoy and watch them to get familiar with the language.
  • Listen to K-pop.
  • Use Drops’ Premium listening test feature to test your listening comprehension.

About Korean

한국어 (Hangugeo), the Korean language, is a member of the Koreanic language family. It is spoken by about 77 million people. Korean is both the national and official language of both North Korea and South Korea. It is said to be a language isolate, but it has a relative--the Jeju language spoken in the Jeju province.

The Korean alphabet is called Hangul. Hangul has 24 letters and is entirely phonetic.

Learning Korean with Drops

Focus on the most important part of your new language

How to learn Korean? Focus on the most important part of the language--words. Words are the building blocks to your new language skill. With Drops, you get to spend time with what matters most.

Curated word lists

Word lists you just won’t find anywhere else. We’ve worked with a team of experienced language learners to curate word lists on a diverse range of topics. The wordlists we’ve put together are highly relevant, and you won’t find them anywhere else.

High quality audio

High-quality audio. Robotic, artificial voices or poor audio recordings just don’t cut it when you’re working on listening comprehension. That’s why we make sure that every word comes with crisp, clear and high-quality audio.

Short, focused language learning sessions

Short, focused learning sessions. With Drops, you work on your new language in short, five minute learning sessions. It’s perfect for busy learners and a simple way to make language learning a part of your day.

Ready to start learning Korean?

A collection of recommended language learning resources from the Drops team

More Resources for Korean Learners

Ready to take the next step after learning new words with Drops? Our team put together a collection of the resources and tools they find most effective in their own language learning projects.

Check out our recommended resources for Korean learners, so that you can take the words you learn in Drops to the next level.

Want to learn to read and write in Korean? Try our companion app Scripts to help you learn Korean Hangul.

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