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Discussion in 'iPad at School' started by Carpy, Jun 21, 2012.
I'm trying to learn both of these this Summer. Many Thanks!! //Vic
One thing I've found most useful is Naver's English dictionary. There's not exactly an app for that, but you can save the location to your home screen. Unfortunately, I can't post links yet, but it's m dot endic dot Naver dot com, phonetically.
Naver has a ton of apps for iPad, so you can practice reading Korean quite a bit. If you don't read Hangul yet, there are some apps for that. (ClichÃ© alert!) Hangul Pad Pro is not bad for $1.99 for learning Hangul, but it's still a bit basic. Just explore the App Store. Apps made in Korea will probably be better for practice in the longer term, though in the near term they can be tough because while Hangul is fairly easy to pick up, it still takes time.