Welcome to Learn Korean Tools, our collection of apps and resources for learning Korean online!

We have more than 15 resources and apps available to help learn. teach or write Korean. Our Korean apps and resources range from very simple apps (such as the "Count Korean Text" or "Change Orientation" apps) to amazing worksheet or wordsearch generators which are all completely customizable and printable. Most of these resources can be used by students or teachers but we do have some resources that will be useful for native or fluent Korean speakers (for example the "Convert Korean to Unicode"). All of these apps and resources will work with most modern browsers and are super user friendly

The apps are divided into three main categories: Learning Korean, which are resources for learners to self-teach Korean; Teaching Korean, which are free resources to teach different skills in Korean, as well as a wide range of ability levels; and Using Korean Online, which will help Korean speakers use Korean online.

Learning Korean

These resources are great for anyone who wants to self-teach Korean, or simply revise their knowledge of Korean independently. These resources are useful whether you're a beginner or more advanced learner,

Type In Korean Hangul Make sure your Korean Hangul is correct with this resource. This resource allows you to type Hangul characters by using a standard keyboard or by selecting individual letters from our digital keyboard. For example, to type "안녕하세요," you would press the "ㅇ" key, then the "ㅏ" key, then the "ㄴ" key, and so on.

Romanize Korean Text  This converter is to convert Korean text into Latin alphabet (the same alphabet used in English). Romanization allows you to use Hangul Korean without using the Hangul characters. Romanizing Korean text can help with pronunciation, and it can also make it easier to transcribe or into input Hangul into a word processor or computer - particularly as that computer may not have Hangul characters, and may not have a Hangul keyboard.

Numbers To Korean Numbers Korean numbers can be very complicated. This converter helps you with Korean numbers. You can convert numbers to Hanji, Hangul and Romaji. With this converter you can convert Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3, 4) each of the Korean numeral systems Hanji (일, 이, 삼, 사), Hanguel (한, 둘, 셋, 넷) or Romaji (han, dul, set, net). There is also the option to turn each of these numeral systems into arabic numbers.

Change Korean Text Orientation Enter your Korean text and you will be able to change its orientation on the page, from left to right or right to left or top to bottom (left to right) or top to bottom (right to left). You can then save it as a text, image, or PDF. This app allows you to edit Korean text to use the correct display format you need.

Count Korean Text Input your Korean text, and the resource will show you how many Hangul characters it contains. This resource is useful for native or fluent Korean speakers and anyone who wants to keep track of their Korean writing.

Create Your Own Korean Scrolls This resource allows you to create sets of three Korean scrolls. You can add your text, choose whether you want the text to be black or gold, and the size you want to print. You can also print the scrolls so that each banner is A4 size. You can use Hangul or Hanja.

Teaching Korean

These free resources are perfect for Korean teachers, with lots of options and resources to choose from and include free Korean worksheets and printables. Different resources are designed to test knowledge of Korean vocabulary as well as Korean grammar and numbers. There are many ways that you can customize the worksheets to make sure that they fit the needs of your Korean lessons. Most of these worksheets have an option to print with or without answers.

Learn Korean Practice Writing Sheets Create worksheets for practicing writing Hangul with different font options. You can add romanization to faciliate learning. You can customize the fade settings, the size of rows and the arrangement and layout of the Hangul amonst many other customizable options.

Jumble Up Korean Sentences Test a student's knowledge of sentence structure with this resource that will jumble up the order of words in a sentence of your choice. You can choose how many pages to print with and without answers.

Korean Sentence Fill In The Gap Remove words from Korean text for students to fill in with the correct answer. Simply click on the word you want to remove and the Korean text will appear with gaps for the words to be entered. Choose more than one word and the words will appear at the end in a random order. You will have the option to print an answer sheet and however many sheets you want without answers.

Korean Sentence Create Empty Spaces This worksheet creator will help you create  worksheets with blank spaces in Korean text for students to input with their own word. An example sentence would be: "나는 집에서 음악을 ______ 좋아합니다. (듣다).". Here, students could fill in an answer for places where they like going. The resource is very simple to use: you just select the word that you want to omit, and the resource will create brackets around it and add an empty space before it.

Korean Random Number Bingo Sheet Creator Turn practicing Korean numbers into a fun game with this bingo sheet generator. Enter a range of numbers in Korean (e.g. 1-300) and you can generate random bingo sheets with the resulting written numbers in different locations on each sheet. You are able to print an answer sheet too, which has Arabic numerals displayed with the Korean numbers in the same squares. This is a great way of testing knowledge of Korean numbers.

Korean Number Bingo Sheet Creator This resource works the same way as the previous resource but this time you can decide the specific numbers you want to use, which will then be random located on each of the sheets you print. Both bingo sheet generators are completely customizable and you can change the size of grid depending on learner level or for how long you want to play!

Using Korean Online

These resources are also perfect for native or fluent Korean speakers who want to use Korean online. This converters are easy to use and work in an instant.

Korean To Unicode Korean, along with other languages with large amounts of unique characters, have problems when adapting to use online, particularly with computers or systems that don't have Korean characters installed. Problems can arise with transliteration and romanization. Unicode was intended to solve all encoding problems over all languages. This resource converts Korean to Unicode and will also convert Unicode into Korean. Thsi is useful for native or fluent Korean speakers who want to use Korean online.

Korean Font As Image  Turn your Korean text into an image that can be used on social media or as a web signature with this resource. Choose the font and colors, then enter your Korean text. You will see the result as an image. This app is useful for people who want to print their name in Korean or whose computer doesn't display Hangul or Hanja. There are lots of different Korean fonts available and the option to change the text and background colors. The image can be saved as jpeg, png or bmap.

Chinese To Hangul With this converter you can convert Chinese characters or pinyin to Hangul. Hangul is the native, alphabetic character writing system used in Korea. Whilst Hanji, the Sino-Korean script, is used in more formal settings, Hangul is used more widely. There are variety of different options available and this is extremely useful for anyone who wants to convert text between the two Korean writing systems.

This range of resources, worksheet generators and converters are useful for Korean teachers, learners and speakers of all levels and abilities. These resources are really easy to use and will run on every modern browser. 

The unique alphabets and character systems can make Korean a hard language to learn. Then learners must learn both writing systems and then learn when to use them.  There are also lots of complex vowel sounds a learner needs to know. Another tricky aspect of Korean is the sentence structure, even simple sentences use SOV (subject, object, verb) instead of SVO used in most Romance languages. Korean is a phonetic, syllable based language, but it can be difficult to use the Hangul and Hanji systems online. With these resources teaching and learning Korean has never been easier. We also have loads of great ways for Korean speakers to use Korean online too!

Our collection of resources for learning Korean online is constantly expanding. Check back often to see what new resources are available!


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