What is the easiest and most accurate way to learn Korean? 100 books of -Korean Reading for Foreigners--Outline- These reading books can help you improve your reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. These books have been designed for foreigners learning Korean language. You can learn Korean culture while learning Korean language. You can see every form of Korean sentences. You can read not only literary works such as old stories, classic novels, modern novels, fairy tales, poems, essays, plays, scenarios, and letters, but also expository writings about great people in Korean history and about various aspects of Korean society. The sentences and words were carefully rewritten in accordance with each level of TOPIK. We created accurate Korean sentences while keeping the literary value. We numbered the books sequentially in the order of difficulty starting from book number 1 that was written with the easiest words and sentence forms. Books 1-25 correspond to TOPIK level 3, books 26-50 to level 4, books 51-80 to level 5, and 81-100 to level 6. You can easily and enjoyably read the books corresponding to your Korean fluency level. Preview briefly introduces the content of the book. The meanings of words are explained in line with the reading level of the intended reader. You will have no problem reading the books even if you meet unfamiliar words. The words are listed again at the end of the book. You can summarize and check what you have read by answering the questions in Think about this.-Authors-Korean Reading Research Society is a group of people who develop and research Korean reading materials to help foreigners learn Korean language and culture with keen interest. We are experts of Korean language education who majored in Korean literature. Main writers are Byeong-Hee Kim, Ji-Na Lee, Eun-Ha Lim, and Hyeon-Joo Choi. Ji-Hoon Choi participated as writer for books 51-100. The writing staff also includes Ji-Young Kim, Na-Myeong Kwon, Gyeong-Hae Park, Hyeon-Jeong Park, Soo-Jin Shin, Jae-Young Woo, Yeon-Jin Lee, Yu-Mi Lee, Yu-Jin Jang, Ji-Yun Jeong, and Mun-Yi Jin. Ji-Na Lee is an invited professor in the Faculty of Liberal Arts of Seoul Womens University. She researched and taught Korean literature at London University and Harvard University. Byeong-Hee Kim earned Doctor of Literature at Seoul Womens University and wrote commentaries to modern sijo for Sijo Munhak. Eun-Har Lim is teaching Korean Language Education as professor in the Faculty of Liberal Arts of Seoul Womens University and she is Director of Korean Language Education Department. Hyeon-Joo Choi received her doctorate for her research of new novels at Sogang University. Ji-Hoon Choi is full-time instructor at Korean Language Education Center of Seoul National University Language Education Institute. -Publisher-Hagisiseub is Lifelong Learning Books, an imprint of Communication Books, Inc., Ltd. Hagisiseub is a publisher that develops, produces, and supplies knowledge products that support lifelong learning and education. We help individuals and the society to grow and hope together.
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