Has anyone tried using this site? It looks pretty interesting and it was recommended by a friend. It's limited to US and Canada though which sucks for me.
I used viki a lot in the US. There is a "learn" mode for dramas, which is really cool. You can look up words by clicking the subtitles, and see both English and Korean subtitles at the same time for Korean dramas, for example. I haven't used it systematically for my studies; haven't thought through exactly what I'd want to do with it. But the technology is nice.
That being said, I haven't actually used the "viki learn" page. It looks like it does more than what I mentioned, so may be worth my investigation. I'm in Thailand now so I can't see it. Also, viki is very limited in languages. I think it's just Korean and Chinese, with a few samples from a handful of other languages.
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@Leo - I watch a lot of dramas so it wou'd've been interesting to see ho wit can help me learn through that. Too bad it's not available here.
@Michelle - Right?! A lot of Filipinos are into KDramas and this would've been awesome.
ikaymoreno wrote:@Michelle - Right?! A lot of Filipinos are into KDramas and this would've been awesome.
Can you even see material on vikitv? It's country restricted in Korea and Thailand, and I imagine for you guys too. Another answer is VPN.
Checked it just now and I can. Is this like a streaming site? I'm working now and can't really stream stuff.
ikaymoreno wrote:Is this like a streaming site?