What is HangulDrill?
HangulDrill is a small Android application that helps you to practice Hangul and Korean numbers.
HangulDrill is aimed at intermediate Korean learners. It assumes that you already know Hangul and Korean numbers. But, when trying to read Korean text, e.g. in restaurants or bus stops in Korea, you feel that you are not comfortable because you read Hangul text and Korean numbers too slowly. In that case, you may use HangulDrill to practice reading random Hangul text and Korean numbers. A timer will force you to read them in a limited time.
HangulDrill is configurable in order to match your level of proficiency: you may choose how many words and/or numbers appear and how much time you will be given to read them.
HangulDrill is free and displays no advertisement. It does not ask for any special right on your device.
Where to get HangulDrill?
- Fetch HangulDrill on Google Play.
- Or install it directly from here: hanguldrill.apk.
(to install an APK file, you must check the "Unsafe sources" and "Verify apps" boxes somewhere in the Security settings of your Android device; then read this page on your phone, click on the hanguldrill.apk link above and follow the instructions. Read this tutorial if you need more information).
- You may also use HangulDrill Web, a slightly different version of HangulDrill that can be used with any Web browser.
How can I get more information or report a bug?
- Read the help page (also available within the app).
- If you found a bug, you may submit it in the Issue list.
- Or, more simply, you may mail the author.
- You may get a a Korean word frequency list. HangulDrill uses a (simplified) version of this file to display Korean words according to their frequency.
- If you are a developer, you might be interested in the source code (hosted by GitHub).
Author: Thierry Bézecourt (thbz.org). March 2015.