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If you use an iOS device, you may find it more convenient to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.  Here is the show’s iTunes page.

Sept. 13

KChamp Podcast 11: ‘I’m an Extrovert!’ in Korean (Medium)

Written materials are here

April 7, 2012

Podcast 10: ‘Playing’ Instruments in Korean (Medium)

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February 10, 2012

Korean Champ Podcast 9: Bragging in Korean about your Korean (Medium)

Written materials

February 1, 2012

Podcast 8 (I’m thinking about it) (Easy)

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Jan. 20, 2011

Podcast 7: Simple Position Words in Korean (Easy)

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Dec. 6, 2011

Podcast 6: Advanced School Vocab. (Hard)

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Dec. 1, 2011

Podcast 5: You’re pretty ~ for a ~ (~치고는) (Medium)

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November 29, 2011

Podcast 4: Is it OK with you if I ~ ? (Easy)

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November 27, 2011

Podcast 3: Ten Phrases (Easy)

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November 18, 2011

Podcast 2: It Seems Like (Easy)

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July 19, 2011

Podcast 1: Explosive Korean Slang (Medium)

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9 Responses to Podcasts

  1. Sumin

    Like the page ^^ just found this site useful…

  2. Steve


    What’s your opinion on learning 한자? I understand that knowing the characters will help with learning vocabulary (much like Latin/Greek roots, etc. with English). Did you bother to learn how to write them, or do feel it’s enough to just be able to read them? I’m just curious because I know many younger Koreans nowadays don’t find them a necessity and only need to know how to write their names (and perhaps formal expressions for funerals, weddings, etc.).

  3. Eric

    The only podcast I’ve listened to is #10 on how to play instruments. It happens to fit in with what I’m currently learning in my Korean class. So… the critique I have for you is, you guys use English as the base language in the podcast and use it pretty dominantly, like 90% of the time, which means the podcast seems to be aimed at beginners, those who would not be able to understand at all if you spoke predominantly in Korean. Yet when you guys speak in Korean, particularly the native-speaking girl, you speak at the speed a native speaker talks to another native speaker. That beginner student you guys are aiming the podcast at has no hope of understanding what it is that she’s saying.

    • Michael

      All right. Thanks for the input : )
      So, you’re saying, more Korean?
      It is, of course, hard to be all things to all listeners.
      Check out the EnglishinKorean Podcast if you’re interested in something that’s almost entirely conducted in Korean.

      Thanks again.

  4. Jiho

    외국인, 한국인 모두에게 유익한 Podcast 라는 생각이 듭니다. 따로 게시판을 두어 Podcast의 내용을 청취자와 함께 다뤄보는 것도 도움이 될 것 같습니다. 누구든 자신의 생각으로 Podcast 내용에 부연설명을 해준다면, 여러 명의 머리가 진행자 두분의 머리를 도와 학습효과를 배가 시킬 수 있을 것 같습니다. ^^ 그 시작으로 하나 올릴게요.

    Podcast 8 (I’m thinking about it) (Easy) 에 관한 내용입니다.
    ‘할까 말까?’하는 경우의 상태는, ‘State of being hesitating before making a decision due to uncertainty.’ 로 표현하는 것도 괜찮을 것 같네요. 행위에 대한 것이니, 선택(choose)의 의미는 배제하는 것이 좋겠구요.

    좋은 Podcast 감사드립니다.

  5. Kasey

    엄~~청 재밌어요!
    연말이라 그런지 요즘엔 잘안올라오네요ㅠ.ㅠ

  6. Boram

    EiK 애청자입니다^^
    샘 목소리 듣고 싶어서 결국 여기루 날아왔어용
    유용한 표현 진짜 많네요 ㅋㅋㅋ 오히려 ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ샘말대루 ㅋㅋ
    내년초 한국가면 샘 강의 들을 생각이었는데 잠정 중단하셨다면서요!!!!! ㅠㅠㅠㅠ
    이것때문에 바쁘신가봐요 ㅠㅠ

  7. Mir Ali


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