|Lisa Kelly giving a lesson titled "When did you come to Korea?"|
I found these lessons through the website TV Clip.biz, where there are many of the older episodes posted. However, by using the Arirang TV website you can also find up to date lessons and English to Korean transcriptions of every lesson written out on their website. If you visit their You Tube site at Arirang Korean you can also find even more episodes. Keep in mind they are completely free, so you have nothing to lose by watching and following along.
I recommend making flash cards of key vocabulary and expressions after each lesson and then memorizing the terms. Then go back and watch the episode many times to reinforce the pronunciation and context. I truly enjoy learning about Korean culture and the funny atmosphere that Lisa and Young bring to the set. They are always having a great time and have unique approaches to teach the language. The video posted on this page is a great lesson about living in Korea and saying how long you have lived in Korea. Lisa and Young are really cute as they travel to different countries practicing their Korean.
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