Looking for visually impaired Korean-language learners

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Re: Looking for visually impaired Korean-language learners

Post by christinemarrd » December 13th, 2021, 12:34 am

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Looking for visually impaired Korean-language learners

Post by gjinchoi » July 23rd, 2021, 2:53 am

Hello?
This is Professor Gwon-Jin Choi of Inha University, who is developing a textbook for beginners in Braille Korean for visually impaired Korean learners at the request of King Sejong Institute Foundation.
In order to make good textbooks, I would like to find blind learners who are learning or have learned Korean and to conduct real-time online interviews.
If you can help me by participating in my interview, or if you know someone who can help, please contact me at gjinchoi@hanmail.net.
Thank you in advance for your interest.

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