This page is set up for you continue to learn Korean by asking (and getting answers to) any questions about class #1. Please remember, although I do joke about it, there REALLY are no stupid questions. If you’re wondering it, there’s a great chance someone else is too.
Which brings me to the next point, if you’re about to ask a question and want to know when the answer is posted, subscribe to the RSS feed – that’s the orange box in the corner that says “RSS” on it – and that’ll inform you when a new question has been asked, and more importantly, when a question has been answered.
The way it’ll work is…
1) Scroll down to the bottom of all this text until you get to the “reply” box.
2) Leave your question in the comment box (I know, I know, it’s like putting a cracker in the cookie jar – but I think we’ll be okay).
3) I will answer every question asked, but I’ll choose what I consider to be the most pertinent, or common questions, and answer those first (I’ll try to do most of the answers in video, unless it just requires a few sentences, then I’ll probably just type it). I do also have to say that paying members of the online class will get precedence, but I still will get to your question.
Okay, so, I’ll stop using up any more of your time, so go ahead and ask away!
P.S. If you’re an absolute beginner, or have been dabbling but still haven’t learned how to do much past read, if you look just above to the left of the video and it’ll tell you how you can get totally free access to the first 4 classes (just under 4 hours) of the online class teaching basic Korean . You can also get the exact hand-outs we use in class so you can follow along perfectly, as well as review/practice pages and mp3-file recordings of all the lessons. Check it out, I think you’ll really like it! And as you can see from the comments below here, you won’t be the only one!