Sam Sam Sam Magazine: Graded Korean Cookbook

Taking Korean out of the classroom and into the kitchen

This is a Level One novel

Suitable for high beginner learners

If beginner materials are not challenging enough and intermediate resources are too hard.
Let us introduce to you the middle ground you've been looking for.

Why Graded Korean Cookbooks?

Lang-Wich's name comes from a blend of "language" and "sandwich" as we enjoy food a lot. The second half of Lang-Wich's name "Wich" focuses on food and cultural aspect of language learning.

When looking at practical activities in Korean, we wanted to begin to diversify the learning materials by taking it out of the classroom and into a very popular room in your living space - the kitchen.

Enjoying the culture also means being able to access its food, music, TV, etc. Not everyone is able to visit Korea but can definitely bring Korea into their own homes.

Sam Sam Sam Magazine gives you three popular dishes that can be replicated and made in your home giving you a taste of Korea.

Korean Summer Foods

Our first edition of the Sam Sam Sam magazine is a practical way to use Korean - away from textbooks and in to the kitchen! This edition covers popular summer foods in Korea.

In this edition, you will learn how to make: (shown in photos)
ģˆ˜ė°•ķ™”ģ±„ (Watermelon punch)
ė¹„ė¹”źµ­ģˆ˜ (Bibim-guksu/Spicy Noodles)
ģ˜¤ģ“ģ„  (Stuffed Cucumber)

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About this series

ā€¢ This series is for A2 levelel Korean-language learners.
ā€¢ Itā€™s only 32 pages long.
ā€¢ All in Korean with footnotes and activities to help with new words
ā€¢ Photos of food youā€™ll be making
ā€¢ Stories about Korean food

Korean Food in Your Kitchen

Our first edition of the Sam Sam Sam magazine is a practical way to use Korean - away from textbooks and in to the kitchen! This edition covers popular summer foods in Korea.

In this edition, you will learn how to make: (shown in photos)
ź°ģžģ „ (potato pancake)
ģ˜„ģˆ˜ģˆ˜ģ „ (corn pancake)
ģ¼€ģ¼ ģŒˆė°„ (kale leaf wraps in rice)
ź³ źµ¬ė§ˆ ė§›ķƒ• (deep-fried sugar glazed sweet potato wedge)
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About this series

ā€¢ This series is for A2 Level Korean-language learners.
ā€¢ Itā€™s only 34 pages long.
ā€¢ All in Korean with footnotes and activities to help with new words
ā€¢ Beautiful photos of food youā€™ll be making
ā€¢ Stories about Korean food

Graded Reader Features

  • This book uses grammar and vocabulary from textbooks that are suitable for your level.
  • It has photographs, discussion questions, footnotes, glossary, and grammar list to help you read through this book without is using a dictionary.
  • It is an easy-to-read Korean story to improve your reading entirely in Korean.
  • There are lots of white spaces to make notes on
  • You can feel relieved because you can read at your level instead of waiting until you are an advanced level


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