Desta Haile, Gareth Popkins, Jieun Kiaer & Derek Driggs

Michel Thomas Method Korean Taster Lesson

Desta Haile of Languages Through Music and Dr Popkins of How To Get Fluent learn their first words of Korean with Michel Thomas Method teachers and authors, Jieun Kiaer and Derek Driggs, in a live lesson, recorded on Zoom. You will join in as the third student to get a flavour of Korean and the Michel Thomas Method. You will learn start speaking immediately by figuring out the answers for yourself, and learning from Desta’s and Gareth’s mistakes and successes. Sit back, relax and learn.

Your chance to win a free Michel Thomas Method course: Want to continue learning?

To enter our competition to win a free Foundation language course, share your learnings after the lesson on social media using the hashtags #mtmkorean and #michelthomas. Record yourself saying a sentence you learned in the course or share why you want to learn the language.

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  • Feilin says:

    Thank you so much! I had so much fun practicing Korean with the Michel Thomas method!

  • hoteldephil says:

    It was fun to see the teaching/learning process.
    Nice beard, Gareth!

  • AnnamariaA says:

    This was fabulous. Thank you!

  • Ute says:

    Thank you so much for this. I am teaching Korean to myself and love this method. I’m learning it because I like the language and am looking forward to be able to speak it soon…

  • MTSarahB says:

    Thanks for all the great feedback and so glad you enjoyed! Be sure to check out our other languages in the Saturn Theatre (Japanese also offered)!

    -Sarah from the Michel Thomas Team

  • Yukiyo says:

    Thank you for making this and I enjoyed it very much. The video made in group with a friendly atmosphere was awesome and also the approach of teaching Korean is clear, simple and approachable for English speakers. It can be also applied for learning Japanese!

  • AdrianVaf says:

    Thank you for makings this! Trying to learn Korean so I can talk to my in-laws more efficiently. I think I finally think I got the r/l sound down with your explanation!

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