There are thousands of online resources designed to help learn Korean. Someresources are easy to find using search tools such as Google and Yahoo. However,many of the resources are somewhere on the Internet, rarely found by Koreanlearners who might need them deadly. And also there are very rare websitesoffering learning material which involves various activities related to reading,writing, listening and speaking. In addition to these two things, there are rarewebsites providing directory services about online resources for learning Korean,in a well-organized way.To improve these three ‘rare’ situations,infocobuild | Learning Koreansection isdesigned. First, it includes any links to websites offering free learning Korean aslong as the content that the websites provide is good enough for Korean learners.Second, it contains many things required to learn Korean such as online English-Korean dictionaries, the Korean alphabet (Hangul), grammar, vocabulary, usefulphrases, Korean language courses, and video lessons. Finally, it provides theonline resources in a well-organized and systematic way. There is a proverb –nothing is complete unless you put it in final shape. This proverb emphasizes thesystematic and effective use of the resources available.In fact,infocobuild | Learning Koreanis a web directory containing links to onlineresources for learning Korean, which is easy to use and well-organized with topicssuch as the Korean alphabet, grammar and vocabulary. Here are some explanationsabout the links contained:1)Hangul – Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThis is good for getting a basic understanding of the Korean alphabet (Hangul) –its history, consonants, vowels, stroke order of the letters, and phonics.2)Introductory Korean | Sogang Korean ProgramThis consists of five subsections which include basic information about the Koreanalphabet, explanations on the consonants and the vowels and their stoke order,how to pronounce the consonants and the vowels.3)Basic Korean – A Grammar and WorkbookThis is a Korean grammar book which consists of 25 units, and its each unitpresents grammatical points according to their grammatical categories such asnouns, particles, numbers, verbs and adjectives and provides related examples andexercises.