FULL Low Intermediate Vocabulary List

Here is the complete collection of vocabulary papers from the Low Intermediate Class (including a few hundred words in the Complete TOPIK Guide book). The total amount of vocabulary contained here is 1260 words. So, including the additional 900 words contained in the Beginner class vocabulary list, you’ll be well on your way to passing the TOPIK test with 2160 words total.

FULL Vocab List Download (PDF)

There are 72 words per week (12 per day for 6 days) over the course of 15 weeks.

Low Intermediate Vocabulary

For grammar that is covered on the TOPIK Level 1-2 test, please check out Low Intermediate Class Resources page.

4 comments

  1. Firstly, I’m very glad to touch with such a beautiful website for Korean Language Learning. I have been almost 3 years here in Korea. I can say Korea is very beautiful and well cultured country. I am fond of Korean Culture that’s why i’m learning Korean Language. But, what i found is that without thorough vocabulary, language never can be spoken fluently and sweetly. so, it would be better if you could create Korean+English Vocabulary MP- 3, So that i can learn through my phone anywhere while walking or in bus….. Thank you

    1. That’s a great idea! We are currently planning out our next year of content and I’m considering doing just that. We do have a YouTube channel with some beginner vocab on it, and I’ve converted a FEW of the videos to MP3, but nothing has been posted publicly yet. Thanks for the suggestion, though! We’ll try to get it going this year!

  2. AARON, YOU are a great man,if you do not know that here I am saying it to you, the future generations will realize that then you will remember this comment. It is a real challenge to work in the field of teaching Korean to English speakers. Korean language needs a special mind preparation, if the learner mind is not ready for Korean language to stay in his mind for sure he will give up even if he stays in Korea for decades or even if his or her spouse is a Korean. God bless you, your name declare that you are a deep religious man.

    1. Haha, no need to flatter me, but I agree.

      If the learner mind is not ready for the Korean language to stay in his mind for sure he will give up even if he stays in Korea for decades or even if his or her spouse is a Korean.

      That’s exactly WHY I created this blog and write the kinds of posts I write.

      1. My mind wasn’t ready for Korean
      2. I’ve lived here now for 10 years
      3. I’m married to a Korean + have 2 children
      4. My Korean level is JUST over Level 2 in TOPIK

      So, I’ve gotten frustrated with my own lack of motivation and lack of knowledge about HOW to study Korean in the best way possible. That’s basically why I write. To motivate myself (first), and others (second) to continue learning until fluency. Consider this blog my “unofficial” roadmap to fluency in Korean – because I’ll keep writing it at least until I’m fluent.

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