KBS World Radio, the overseas broadcasting branch of the Korean Broadcasting System, South Korea, has released an application for people who want to study ...
KBS World Radio, the overseas broadcasting branch of the Korean Broadcasting System, South Korea, has released an application for people who want to study the Korean language. â€œLetâ€™s Learn Korean with KBSâ€ - multilingual Korean language conversation application - is designed mostly for beginners and those at the intermediate level. It targets foreign residents and multicultural families living in Korea, as well as Korean immigrants around the world. "Letâ€™s Learn Korean with KBS" is comprised of 20 lessons that introduce different situations in airports, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, department stores and popular tourist sites in the country. It also provides everyday examples of dialogue that visitors and residents often will use. Each lesson includes vocabulary practice as well as a section that introduces Korean culture and the countryâ€™s lifestyle. With the accompanying audio recordings (nine languages), those who learn the language can practice repeating after each word or sentence. The application can therefore be especially useful to those who are trying to learn Korean on their own. KBS World Radio expects the application will help enhance the communication capabilities of foreigners visiting the nation and help the globalization of the Korean language and culture. The contents of the application and the audio recordings are also available at the KBS World Radio website: http://world.kbs.co.kr. Languages: English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Vietnamese
Size: 1.05 MB
Price: 0,00 €
Day of release: 0000-00-0