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Wondering how to make use of all that spare time on the plane while you're flying to Seoul? Between your in-flight meal and your in-flight movie, try some In-Flight Korean! This 60-minute program is the simplest way to learn just enough Korean to get through anything you'll run into, whether you're traveling for business or for pleasure. Short lessons make In-Flight Korean easy to use:

  • Covers everything from greetings and polite expressions to asking directions, getting around, checking into a hotel, and going to a restaurant.
  • Includes sections for meeting people and spending a night on the town.
  • Over 400 essential words, phrases, and expressions.
  • Simple and effective format - just listen and repeat.
©2001 Living Language, a Random House company (P)2001 Living Language, a Random House company

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  • DougW
  • Cypress, TX, USA
  • 04-10-04

In-Flight Korean is a Weak Learning Tool

The rate of speaking is too far fast for a beginner, difficult to understand and futher complicated because no pronunciation assistance or background is provided.

15 of 15 people found this review helpful

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Not so good :(

Phrases are read once and only once. Phrases consisting of more than five syllables are very difficult to pick apart. The Korean phrase for "What is your name?" would be very handy, but I'm still not able to discern what the speaker is saying. I think this would be a nice refresher to someone whose Korean had not been practiced in a while. Other than that, avoid this title.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Frustrating, unlikely to be useful.

I had to try "In-Flight Korean" myself. I did listen to it on my way to Korea, but I found it too frustrating to learn from. The pronunciation was too fast for an English speaker to be able to absorb. Nothing was repeated.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful