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"Learn about Korean culture while improving your language skills! Korean Folktales for Language Learners introduces 36 traditional Korean folktales in parallel Korean and English versions along with detailed notes and exercises aimed at beginning/intermediate language learners. The book is perfect practice for first- and second-year Korean students but is sure to entertain anyone wishing to learn about Korean culture. This elegantly illustrated volume is designed to help language learners expand their vocabulary and grammar. Free online audio recordings of the Korean versions are available…mehr

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"Learn about Korean culture while improving your language skills! Korean Folktales for Language Learners introduces 36 traditional Korean folktales in parallel Korean and English versions along with detailed notes and exercises aimed at beginning/intermediate language learners. The book is perfect practice for first- and second-year Korean students but is sure to entertain anyone wishing to learn about Korean culture. This elegantly illustrated volume is designed to help language learners expand their vocabulary and grammar. Free online audio recordings of the Korean versions are available online to help students improve their pronunciation and comprehension skills. The stories are divided into three parts that gradually increase in length and complexity as the reader's language skills improve."--
Autorenporträt
Sukyeon Cho is the director of the Korean language program at the University of Sheffield in the UK. She has received numerous awards for her contributions to Korean language teaching, including the prestigious South Korean President's Award. Yeon-Jeong Kim has taught Korean language at the University of Sheffield since 2014. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Intercultural Communication from the University of Sheffield. Previously, she taught Korean to people from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds in Korea and Japan. Andrew Killick is a reader in ethnomusicology at the University of Sheffield and has published two books and numerous articles on Korean music. He spent six years in Korea teaching English and researching music.