Topics to practice speaking in Korean: Language learning (From Beginner to Advanced) 2020

So you also do not know what you should speak about during your next skype call ?


I know I am not the only one with this problem, hence I am compiling a list of topics I have talked about and hope to speak on in German, french and Korean in my language exchange voice call (hellotalk to be specific). If you have ideas, provide them in the comment section below.

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Do you know how you introduce yourself in Korean yet ? This may seem trivial but I find it to be a good starting point to learning how to speak. Besides, you are most likely going to introduce yourself very often as an absolute beginner.

Write down the phrases commonly used for self-introduction. Try to start with child friendly ones not phrases you’d use for an interview or new product presentation. Once you have your list, search for the translations on naver dictionary. Make sure you copy and paste the phrases provided either by Vlive or in the examples section. and not the literal translation. This is because we are trying to sound natural not bookish.

What languages do you speak already ?

Are you learning any other language outside of Korean ? If yes, practice listing them one by one. By doing so, you learn the way these languages are expressed in Korean. If you feel a bit inspired or motivated, you could go a bit further and speak about the journey of learning those languages. Additionally, one could also compare Korean against those languages.For instance,  which of them do you enjoy learning and why; what is the hardest thing about learning Korean vs <language> etc.

Do you like kpop? if so why ?

Do you watch scary movies ?

Give example of words that you use very often but is not a part of your native language.

what have you never done, but would like to do ?


Why are you learning this {language}?

Housing in Korea

Which youtuber do you religiously follow? and why ?

Has anything scary happened to you recently ?

How is mental health treated / viewed in your country ?

Have you ever worked part-time ?

What is your perspective on the flood of kpop fanatics wanting to learn Korean ?


What are your thoughts about the difficulties in learning a language during adulthood ?

Why do Koreans love the current president with passion ?

How can I find myself in life ?

What do you think about the hidden dating life of a kpop idol?

Is the entertainment industry a reflection of a society ?

How far are you willing to go to get a job ?

How does your country react to the corona virus outbreak?

What is your stance on the influence of religion in political affairs ?