Webcomics – easy reading in simple Korean

안녕하세요!

A while ago, I stumbled across a neat little web comic site created by another Korean language learner. Korean Comics is composed of several little scenes with a couple characters. All of the Korean used is very simple and easy to follow (I read this comic when I’d only been studying Korean for a couple months and understood most of it); however, for words or phrases that you’re unfamiliar with, the creator added notes. You can check out the vocabulary for each scene on a separate page, read the entire web comic with English notes beneath each picture, or read it all without any English notes at all to challenge yourself.

It’s simple and easy. It doesn’t take long. It might even make you chuckle here and there. You’ll also learn a couple little facts about Korean culture while you’re at it.

If you’ve read any other web comics or stories in Korean, please let me know in the comment section below!

감사합니다!

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15 thoughts on “Webcomics – easy reading in simple Korean

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  2. 정말 감사합니다! 😀 I’ve been looking for simple Korean readings for a while now. And this is funny! I’m so glad I can even understand what I’m reading and it’s teaching how to spell words I only know by sound. Thanks again! 😀

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  3. 정말 감사합니다! 😀 I’ve been looking for simple Korean readings for a while now. And this is funny! I’m so glad I can even understand what I’m reading and it’s teaching how to spell words I only know by sound. Thanks again! 😀

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  4. thank u .. thank u sooo much … since i am barely able to fine anything written in korean online because they all appear to me as boxes and i also dont have a korean language system on my laptop … these are helping me a lot …… i can read and also see the translations 😀 …..
    Thanks a lot again !!!!

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    • If you can’t find anything written in Korean online because it appears as boxes, that just means you need to edit your computer’s settings to view and type in Korean! There are lots of sites that can help you add the Korean language to your laptop easily such as this guide for Windows 7: http://www.koreanfromzero.com/install_korean/ 🙂 I’m glad you can see these webcomics, though! Best of luck studying^^

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