^ Korean ^ | Authors

This page is meant to provide information about people who feel they have made a contribution to this book and wish to cooperate on its development.

Please feel free to add yourself here if you match the description above.



Hello, My name is Joe Chin. I am a 4th year Information Systems major at the University of California - Riverside. I have been taking Korean language for a little under a year in anticipation of my EAP program to Yonsei University in Seoul Korea. I hope that anyone wanting to learn the Korean language will find this wiki book a valuable resource.

If the other authors read this, please email me at mailjoechin (-at-) gmail (dot) com, I would like to discuss the book and perhaps some direction for it. Thanks.

For the man I met at borders:
- Integrate Korean Audio can be found here: http://languagelab.bh.indiana.edu/online.html
- Internet based learning: http://teenkorean.net (be sure to view it in internet explorer)

I'm a Korean at Yonsei University, Seoul Korea. I don't exactly major in linguistics or anything, but i speak Korean natively- So, I hope that I can be of some help to all of you people out there, willing to learn Korean!!

If you have any questions, suggestions, or questions with suggestions, feel free to visit my blog (http://beang.com) and write your opinion on the guestbook. Thanks.

My name is Scott Stinson. I've been teaching English in Korea for the past 3 years and have been learning Korean for that time. While not yet fluent in Korean, I do hope that my contributions help make this Korean tutorial useful.

My name is Michael Jun. I speak Korean natively and have a long experience learning foreign languages such as English, Chinese and French. I hope to improve the Korean tutorial and take it to next level.

My name is Jihun Kang and go by Jeremy. I am a Korean living in Europe. I hope to contribute to build this online text books so that many people learn Korean easily!

I'm a Korean and I was majored in Chinese Language & Literature in Konkuk University (Seoul Campus). I also want to contribute anything for those who willing to learn Korean. Normally, almost all Korean pronunciation came from Chinese characters. So, I can contribute something in this part.