90 Day Korean Review: My Thoughts And Opinion After Using It

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A truly high quality Korean course that lives up to its reputation.
90 Day Korean Review: My Thoughts And Opinion After Using It

90 Day Korean
90 Day Korean
Pricing: $35 per month/$239 per year or $47 per month/$327 per year
  • Excellent content that is easy to follow
  • The app helps you challenge yourself and improve
  • Optional personal Korean coach
  • Platform feels a little dated


A unique coaching course, broken up into 90 day modules, designed to help you challenge yourself and develop your Korean knowledge.

DepthThis is 'content' richness. How comprehensive is 90 Day Korean and does it take you far in terms of levels, or is it more suited to low level/tourist learners?
UniquenessIs 90 Day Korean innovative or is it just an imitation? Does it have a unique selling proposition (USP) that makes it stand out among competitors?
QualityOverall product quality indicator that covers everything from video/dialogue clarity, authenticity, explanations, and effectiveness.
CostIs 90 Day Korean acceptably priced and how does its pricing compare to market competition?

90 Day Korean’s simple objective is to teach students about the cultural elements of Korea and its language.

This platform ticks so many boxes, making it difficult to critique.

Read on for my review on 90 Day Korean.

90 Day Korean features

The top features offered by 90 Day Korean surpasses its competitors.

Its first feature focuses on the Korean alphabet, which it aims to teach in 30 minutes. It features a conversation element — and aims to help its students speak for three minutes within the initial 90 days.

You’ll have access to a Korean coach, who will assist you with any difficulties.

There is also a grammar element, a cultural feature and a feedback element once you have carried out a task.

Despite its name, 90 Day Korean is not a ‘learn Korean in 90 days’ promise.

In fact, it’s made up of several 90 day modules, hence the name.

Complete a different challenge every week

The way 90 Day Korean’s challenges are set out as missions that make learning entertaining!

You’ll complete them each week, which is a great way to find out how well you’re doing.

If you’re struggling, you will know the exact areas that you should be focusing on.

You will get writing tasks that help you assess how well you remember your vocabulary as well.

Consult your coach

Your coach is there to support your learning.

This is what I found helpful. Even though I was a complete beginner with the Korean language, I was able to clarify my doubts about new vocabulary.

The advice I received about my assignments was also very helpful.

I was able to use it to improve for the next assignment.

Pronunciation audio makes speaking simple

Although I thought speaking and pronouncing Korean words would be a challenge as a complete beginner, the audios helped me a great deal.

You’ll find an example of the style of audios you can expect from the 90 Day Korean program available on one of their how-tos.

You’ll notice that they spell things phonetically to help you out.

Great structure

To emphasise the quality of the 90 Day Korean program, I found the structure particularly encouraging.

It helps you learn new topics that call to mind what you have previously learned in the course.

This ensures that you feel you’re progressing.

I highly recommend this course.

It’s thorough, the coach is a useful feature and I felt as though I was always able to remember what I had learned in my previous session.

Take a look at 90 Day Korean to learn more.

For alternatives, take a look at the Korean resource page.

Have you used 90 Day Korean before?

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90 Day Korean
Pricing: $35 per month/$239 per year or $47 per month/$327 per year

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