mohano6802 wrote:I believe that you are one of the most active learner of our website.
Yeah, I guess 한효주씨 is a very good motivation to learn Korean ASAP
I want her autograph and English for contact her management was a bad idea.
However, for Korean learning, there are not the books in this format yet.
So, in that case, I would like to recommend you read children's books. You don't have to buy physical books. You can simply download applications for children's book section from Apple's app store. If you search them by the keyword '동화', then you will be able to find some.
동화 as a searching term was a good idea, I've found some stuffs on the net, so far Green Frog is the winner. 옛날 옛날...
Korean children's book usually use simple words from elementary school textbook. However, its grammatical structure will be not that much simple unlike English one. So, it will be helpful to learn Korean by reading children's book, because you can still learn different types of grammatical structure.
Elementary schoolbooks were my first idea too, but I didn't find anything on eBay (of course, I searched them in English
Yesterday I found this site:
So far I didn't have too much time to explore the site, but it's quite funny