Order a beer, ask for a discount, and get around Korea easier – learn a few basics and have an even better time.
This language guide is your way to leapfrog other tourists and know what’s really going on. They’re written to be read quickly (like on the plane!) and be a reference guide once you’ve arrived. Each major section is linked to other major sections, making them only a tap away.
A few highlights:
- A thorough but easy-to-follow primer on hangeul, Korea’s alphabet
- Numbers, money, and plenty of practical stuff
- The different types of hotels, and how to tell the difference
- Food, glorious food! What to try and how to order it
- How to get around the country by plane, bus, or train
The Korean language book for people that don’t like learning languages.
Worthy Go’s mission is to make travel awesome, and to set you up to succeed. With language books, that means giving you the basics to making yourself understood. This is not a complete guide to the Korean language, so there’s no fancy grammar points. No irrelevant vocabulary. If there’s a fair chance you’ll use it as a tourist, it’s here, along with some local knowledge and humor.
Last updated: January 2020
Buy now and start exploring the awesome side of Korea.
About Worthy Go
Worthy Go believes in keeping it simple. Itineraries offer step-by-step directions from one place to the next, while guidebooks make it easy to plan an awesome trip. Either way, you get a curated, unbiased look at what's worthy in a city or area/province. You get recommendations to what to see and do, where to eat, where to sleep, and most importantly, clear directions and GPS coordinates.
About the author
Chris Backe (rhymes with hockey) has written about travel since 2008 and has been around the world a couple of times. He's written over 30 books, and has been seen in Atlas Obscura, io9, Mental Floss, Everything Everywhere, Perceptive Travel, Travel Wire Asia, and many other publications. When not traveling, he loves tabletop games and a glass of white wine.