About Us

Who we are

Simply put, we love everything Korean. We have years of experience in writing and instruction, are fluent Korean and English content creators, and live and work in Korea. Our unique position allows us to provide the most accurate colloquial expressions and cultural tips for a Korean language learning series.


The Easy to Learn Korean series is published four times a week in the Korea Times newspaper in Seoul, South Korea. The series began in 2009 and today wee have over 24,000 followers across all the social networking sites.

We also contribute to the monthly Gangnam News newspaper.


An updated version of the series’ content is available as a second-print, 308-page book titled, An Illustrated Guide to Korean: Essential Words and Phrases.

Series essentials

  1. Bite-sized learning modules that enable quick absorption of Korean culture and language
  2. Illustrated vocabulary that’s easy to memorize
  3. Focus on traditional and modern Korean culture from a Western perspective
  4. Practical everyday real-world sentences with culturally accurate translations
  5. Supplementary vocabulary words marked in contrasting color to breakdown grammatical structures
  6. Commonly spoken Korean words with -요 endings. The informal polite -요 is a crucial part of the beginner’s tools. Many books and websites start with the formal polite -니다 ending words which aren’t useful in everyday speech. Instead, we cover -니다 in a supplementary manner.
  7. Formal and informal colloquial expressions for use in the office or with friends
  8. Korean food and ingredients as well as the latest restauarant trends
  9. Internet and spoken slang that is used throughout TV dramas, movies, and the Korean internet
  10. Essential four character Chinese idioms that are used in everyday speech
  11. Unique topics of interest not found in other books or websites
  12. A Korean and English searchable website
    For native Korean speakers, we offer accurate English translations of everyday Korean expressions

Follow us in print or on the web:

  1. Facebook: facebook.com/EasyKorean
  2. Twitter: https://twitter.com/EasyKorean
  3. Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/EasyKorean
  4. Tumblr: http://easykorean.tumblr.com
  5. Newspaper: Korea Times
    1. Browse koreatimes.co.kr to the Culture Section > Life > Korean Language section

Latest update: Friday April 22, 2016

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