Korean Language Learning Apps, Tools, and Resources
Are you looking for Korean language learning apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Mondly– If it is your goal to be bilingual, trilingual, or learn 33 languages, Mondly is an effective tool. This app supports free language learning in Spanish, American English, British English, German, French, Chinese, Greek, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Danish, Norwegian, Dutch, Swedish, Korean, Japanese, Arabic, Romanian, Vietnamese, Hindi, Finnish, Indonesian, Hebrew, Polish, Bulgarian, Czech, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Croatian, Finnish, Persian (Farsi), Afrikaans, and Turkish. The forms of learning each language are all unique and high-quality. You will learn vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, sentence structure, keywords, conversational skills, and more with this app. It is geared toward making any level learner of any age become fluent.
HiNative– HiNative is an app specifically designed to ask questions about any language you want and get answers from real native speakers around the world. You can ask questions such as, “How do you say this in German?” “What’s the difference between these two words?” “Is my pronunciation correct?” You can also teach other users about your native language and the uniqueness. We have a friendly, give-and-take community waiting to help!
Lyrics Gaps– Lyrics Gaps is a unique way to learn new languages. By translating your favorite songs into a new language and allowing you to practice typing it out, you will soon be singing all your favorite tunes in foreign languages. You can invite your friends over or sing directly onto Lyrics Gaps from an Internet connection to have a battle with your friends in other languages.
Gus on the Go: Korean– This is one of the best apps to use for learning Korean words. With over 90 Korean words to learn, Gus, the friendly owl, ensures that your child learns what is needed while having a wonderful experience. With every lesson, a unique vocabulary game is unlocked for the child.
Naver Papago Translate– Papago is a multilingual talking parrot that is ready to help you with all your translation needs. Proficient in 11 languages, Papago can help you on your travels, business trips, and language classes. Papago means Parrot in Esperanto, a bird with language and speech abilities. The 11 languages supported on this app are Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified/Traditional), Spanish, French, Vietnamese, Thai, Indonesian, and Russian.
Waygo – A visual translation service, offline travel translator, and dictionary for Chinese, Korean, and Japanese, Waygo uses your phone camera to translate any written text into English. Perfect for the foreign language classroom or to help newly arrived students, this app allows you to see and hear the pronunciation of the words in English as well as the originating language