Op, op, op, op . . . Oppa Korean Style
with the Bubble Bath of Knowledge.
Learn Korean in a fun and engaging way. No more flashcards! Korean Bubble bath is the ideal Korean learning game.
Whether you are travelling to Seoul or just want to know what Gangnam Style is about, learning some Korean Vocabulary is a great way to do it.
Korean Bubble Bath is a fun game that helps you learn Korean words and phrases in no time. You can try reading the Kanji or select to read romanized words instead. Listen to native speakers and translate what they say.
How high can you score?
Korean Bubble Bath has vocabulary in the following categories:
✓ Body Parts
✓ Person Nouns
✓ Useful Phrases
Pop the bubbles with Korean words and phrases and build your vocabulary. Listen to the words spoken. Pop them before they float away.
The Bubble Bath of Knowledge is arranged into categories based on topics. Each category contains 10 words and phrases. The best area to start with is numbers.
The knowledge is yours. Catch it before it floats away!
This free contains all categories but is ad-supported.
Korean Bubble Bath features original art work by Gesonrey Romero of Overpass Apps. It also feature spoken Korean performed by Eun Hae Oh. The app is produced by Eric Wroolie of Overpass Apps.
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Here are some places you can use this language:
Seoul, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, Daejeon, Gwangju, Ulsan, Pyongyang
Any ideas on how to better learn Korean? Let us know by leaving a comment here or contacting us directly.
Useful, well built too
Tascha K on Google Play (12th December 2017)
Not my first learn Korean app but the first one I have paid to use. It is really helpful for reading and listening recognition. Also the team was quick when I had a problem with the app figured out what was wrong and got it fixed!
A Google user on Google Play (4th December 2017)
Great for learning needs english as well as korean
Romeo Mifsud on Google Play (3rd December 2017)
It’s amazing! You get to learn different subjects like numbers, colors, and more. While you play, you start learning basic Korean.
Eva_ moon99 on Google Play (30th November 2017)
It’s simple yet challenging. I love it & have learned from it. I’m teaching myself Korean for free & this game made it fun & pushed me forward pretty fast.
Alicia Moreno on Google Play (27th November 2017)
A Google user on Google Play (4th November 2017)
Clear audio to accompany the Korean words
This game allows for repetition until words are known both by sound and by written Korean. My 6 year old enjoys tapping the answers for me.
Barbara Martin Koenig on The Amazon App Store (30th October 2017)
This game has tought me alot and if you want to lurn korean then get this game it isa little hard at first but you will get rilly good at this game it is so so so so so cool and fun so vet this game so cool and fun.
A Google user on Google Play (12th October 2017)
i loved it..this pushes me a lot to learn korean words well..
A Google user on Google Play (12th October 2017)
It was helpful! I just really really hated how you had to pay for the rest and I thought that was very very stupid!
A Google user on Google Play (6th September 2017)
I would love this app, but I have some visual problems and the red type on the shaded blue balls is almost impossible to see. This means I can do the spoken parts but nothing else. I wish there was a high contrast color option. Also at 73 I don’t think as fast as i used to, and being able to slow it down would really help learning a new set. I would have bought the full version if it worked a little better for me.
Judith Mopalia on Google Play (5th September 2017)
Great learning app, helps me a lot in building my vocabulary…..
Deeksha Sachdev on Google Play (2nd September 2017)
Awesome! Thank you for an app designed for natural learning. It’s a lot of fun! 😀
A Google user on Google Play (17th August 2017)
It’s pretty awesome! A great game for learning new words 🙂
Tamara Doray on Google Play (14th August 2017)
helpul and usefull
A Google user on Google Play (7th August 2017)
Very helpful and fun.
Liri Ortiz on Google Play (3rd August 2017)
Found my best one…
A Google user on Google Play (19th July 2017)
Teaches all aspects of the language – reading, speaking and understanding – in both easy and challenging games. It’s fun, so learning happens automatically.
Amanda Gray on Google Play (8th June 2017)
This app makes learning hanguel interesting!!!
on Google Play (6th June 2017)
Fun way to practice vocab when your don’t feel like it
Amanda Offutt on Google Play (29th May 2017)
So far it’s really great to use, easy and fun. I would recommend it to others.
Ivion T on Google Play (27th May 2017)
I really like this app which guide the learner to remember most of the words. Thank you for this application amazing really enjoy it.
Narendra Basnet on Google Play (26th May 2017)
I like it a lot. The different levels keep it interesting and keeps you learning.
Patria Braxton on Google Play (23rd May 2017)
It’s a great app
akhila.t.j t.j on Google Play (12th May 2017)
Nice way to learn)
Екатерина Смолякова on Google Play (11th May 2017)
Because I have a hard time getting myself motivated this is a great way to learn Korean vocabulary. It’s fun and simple.
Zinnia Newman on Google Play (29th April 2017)
awesome app for beginners..loved it
sushmita deependra shrestha on Google Play (20th April 2017)
I love this app, it really helps me with vocabulary and memorization . Please add more categories in the future. Thx! 감사합니다
Kaileen Allen on Google Play (18th April 2017)
Only used it for a few min and Did one section but the way the vocabulary is taught is very practical. Both listening & recognition practise.
Neville Bokaba on Google Play (13th April 2017)
This app helps with both listening and recognition, I think it would be a good idea to buy the full version especially if your a beginner trying to learn the basics.
Alontay Roberson on Google Play (13th April 2017)
Andy Oliver on Google Play (12th April 2017)
It is relaxing and I enjoyed studying
Catalina Forero on Google Play (8th April 2017)
It’s great! A chill way to learn some new words.
Tony Kranz on Google Play (2nd April 2017)
Great game! It’s really helping me with my Korean!
27kristen27(usa) on The Amazon App Store (2nd April 2017)
It goes as slow as how good you are, and helps a lot with improving. Nice and fun way of learning korean
GalaxyofRandomness 09 on Google Play (1st April 2017)
Most enjoyable language app I’ve found! The ONLY thing I’d wish for? A option for numerals instead of words for the numbers lesson. Once I’ve mastered everything in this app, I’ll just need a quiz app that prompts me in English and requires me to type out the Korean word in Hangul (and vice-versa!) instead of recognizing and matching. Thank you
Tracy Anderson on Google Play (30th March 2017)
Fun and exciting app.
Irish Hansen on Google Play (28th March 2017)
I love it. It is very funny.
Mojtaba Mahdavi on Google Play (28th March 2017)
I love this, but it stopped working! Runtime error keeps coming up and the app crashes.
Becca Messano on Google Play (25th March 2017)
It is simple but just started. Looking forward to what is to come
Johnny W on Google Play (9th March 2017)
irene fernandez on Google Play (2nd March 2017)
This is a good app. There aren’t many Korean language game apps out there. If they could somehow make a grammar version, I would be very happy!
Jodikay Seymour on Google Play (2nd March 2017)
Very simple concept, but with amazing results! I’m the type of person who needs things presented many times and this app shows things over and over, but in different ways. I love it 🙂
beccabear48 on Google Play (1st March 2017)
This is a really fun way to review, especially on the bus and train.
Queen BritBrat on Google Play (27th February 2017)
Love it. Super easy to use.
Kris Henry on Google Play (25th February 2017)
I love this. Serves as a review app and new learning. Although the ads are a bit to much. But besides that I live it.
Rosalinda Herrera-Aguilar on Google Play (18th February 2017)
This is a great app. It’s fun, and I like how after a while it takes away the written words so you have to learn how words sound. I also like that it uses 한글 instead of romanization. It would be cool if you could match the words to pictures so you learn to associate the word to what it is rather than mentally translating it all the time.
rachel saunders on Google Play (17th February 2017)
Great for quick lessons. I was surprised how quickly I recognised words. I’ve tackled numbers so far and I’m looking forward to the rest. Only thing I’d change is have the numbers around the screen in a random order on the later levels. So I have to be able to read the Korean words and not just count the tiles to know where an English number corresponds.
Jamie Metcalfe on Google Play (4th February 2017)
Loving this game/learning. Really helps me retain information. Really awesome concept.
Georgia Bugeja on Google Play (1st February 2017)
Its like a crazy game of memory. Lol
Wendilynn K on Google Play (22nd January 2017)
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