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Essential Korean Grammar Level 2
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9h 30m

Improve your Korean language grammatical accuracy.

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Hi, my name is Keehwan and I'm a language teaching professional with over 10 years experience teaching both Korean and English.

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About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • Students who are keen to learn Korean
  • Students who have some Korean learning experience and want to build on their basic grammar knowledge

What you’ll learn: 

  • Students will continue to build on grammatical knowledge learned in the Essential Korean Level 1 course
  • Students will learn grammar through systematic speaking and writing practice


  • Students need to have a working knowledge of Hangul (be able to read Korean)
  • Students should have some basic understanding of Korean sentence structure

Hi everyone, and welcome to the SECOND course in our Essential Korean Grammar series

In this course, we’re going to continue developing your knowledge of Korean grammar by learning to expand your sentences using various connector words and verb endings. You will also learn to show relationships between ideas in your sentences and learn how to sequence ideas by using various time expressions.

The following is the unit guide for the course.

  1. Course Introduction – Find out how this course is structured and how you can best use all the learning resources available to get the most out of this course
  2. Verb tenses – Learn how to form various continuous tenses, past tenses and future tenses
  3. Particles and Connector words – Learn how to use ‘only’ in Korean, and learn how to show relationships between ideas that have contrasting and cause and effect relationships
  4. Time expressions – Learn how to use various time expressions to sequence ideas in Korean.
  5. Obligations, wishes and experiences – Learn various verb endings which can be used to talk about obligations, wishes and experiences. The verb endings are similar to English modal verbs
  6. Intentions and purposes – Learn various verb endings which can be used to talk about one’s intentions and purposes
  7. Requests and suggestions – Learn how to use verb endings which can be used to make requests and suggestions

All our lessons come with worksheets, so you can preview and review the vocabulary and the example sentences from the lesson. You can also use the worksheet to practice writing the sentences from the lesson.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have improved your Korean language grammatical knowledge.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1: Course Introduction And Overview
Course Introduction 00:00:00
Course Overview 00:00:00
Section 2: Verb Tenses
Present Progressive 고 있다 (New) 00:00:00
Present Progressive 는 중이다 00:00:00
Using ‘었’ 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
Future Simple Tense 00:00:00
Future Progressive 00:00:00
Section 3: Particles And Connectors
만 (only) 00:00:00
밖에 (only) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
그리고 (and) 00:00:00
고 (and) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
하지만 (however) 00:00:00
지만 (but) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
그런데 (However) 00:00:00
은데 (but) 00:00:00
는데 (but) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
그래서 (therefore) 00:00:00
아서 (because, so) 00:00:00
어서 (because, so) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
니까 (because, so) 00:00:00
떄문에 (because of, because) 00:00:00
(이)라서 (because it is) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
Section 4: Time Related Expressions
전에 (before) 00:00:00
후에 (after) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
고 나서 (after) 00:00:00
아서, 어서 (and, and then) 00:00:00
때, 을 때 (when, during) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
면서 (while) 00:00:00
동안 (for, during, while) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
자 마자 (as soon as) 00:00:00
은 지 (since) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
Section 5: Obligations, Wishes And Experiences
아야, 어야 되다 (have to) 00:00:00
아도, 어도 되다 (can, may) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
면 안 되다 (should not, must not) 00:00:00
지 않아도 되다 (don’t have to) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
고 싶다 1 (want to) 00:00:00
고 싶다 2 (want to) 00:00:00
면 좋겠다 (wish, hope) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
아,어 보다 (try to do) 00:00:00
적이 있다, 없다 (have done) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
Section 6: Intentions And Purpose
겠다 (will – intention) 00:00:00
을게요 (will – intention) 00:00:00
을래요 (will – intention) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
러 (purpose) 00:00:00
려고 (purpose) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
위해서 (for) 00:00:00
기로 하다 (promise to do) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
Section 7: Requests And Suggestions
세요 (request) 00:00:00
지 마세요 (request not to do) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
아,어 주다 (request to do something for me) 00:00:00
아,어 줄게요 (offer help) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
을까요 (make a suggestion) 00:00:00
읍시다 (make a suggestion) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
시겠어요 (would like to) 00:00:00
을래요 (do you want to) 00:00:00
Review Lesson 00:00:00
Section 8: Course Worksheets
Course Worksheets 00:00:00