Our community is always on the lookout for new Korean enthusiasts to write or take on a more active role in managing the site.
As long as you are learning Korean, feel free to join us and make yourself at home. We are primarily a group of self-learners and we will like to show that it’s not impossible, even though it might be a difficult journey.
If you have a blog, feel free to upload relevant posts on the site (in full), with a link to your blog at the bottom. Note that having a blog prior to joining us is NOT necessary.
We are not looking for ‘informative articles’ in that you have to talk in detail about a topic. We just want people to share their experiences.
Frustration with learning Korean? Recommendations for good learning apps? Korean textbook reviews? A neat video for learning Korean? How you learn Korean? Why you learn Korean? – we are interested in everything!
For a guide, I’m having a special series of Korean learners on Hangukdrama & Korean. The guest posts there are excellent!
Every single post counts. There is a limit to what one person can write or share. But a group of people sharing and contributing a tiny bit?
A whole new wealth of information.
Join us as a blogger
A blogger contributes more regularly (although there’s no restriction) and also partakes in discussing new features and contents on the blog. They have more access to editing and maintaining the site. We also have a google group where we brainstorm ideas etc.
Join us as a contributor
A contributor writes occasionally for the site. For those who wants to contribute just a few articles but not an active role. However, if you would like to be a contributor but at the same time join our google groups (and get spammed with emails at times ^^;) feel free to let me know!
If you are interested, shoot me an email at email@example.com and we can start a discussion!