The Korean language is quite simple but there are certain parameters for learning the language. Initially a person will have to learn Hanul that is the Korean alphabetic writing system, introduced in the 15th century, containing 14 consonants and 11 vowels. Learning the hangul will atleast let us know things even if we can’t understand all of it. The next session of learning Hangul starts with the learning of conversational Korean.Korean has a grammar which is similar to Japanese so if you are familiar with Japanese then it will be easier to understand the structure which is subject-object-verb. Instead of studying grammar and get bogged down and frustrated, grammar just become easier in this way of learning. Having a teacher would be good for learning Korean language instead of reading books which teaches Korean in bookstores. I is good to get familiarized with the Korean video by watching Korean movies from which you can learn the Korean sounds like.
The simplest way is to learn basic grammar but then don’t go on and start memorizing the particles as this will just bog you down and confuse you. It would be good to have an idea of the basic structure of the language so you can recognize particles, verbs, nouns, and other elements, but don’t get too obsessed with getting everything right all the time. The grammar does get very complicated and confusing, so it is often better to listen to Koreans and mock what they are saying rather than to try to work the grammar out in your head as you speak.
There are various Korean lessons available in the Seoul area. The beginner’s class is very easy and you need only spend 1 or 2 weeks there. It is a good course. You need to study though. No matter your expectations for learning the language, go easy on yourself for the first couple of months while you try to make it turn from white noise into words. Once you learn Hangul, getting around and eating in restaurants becomes MUCH easier. Anyways, learning the Korean language is varied and can be accomplished based on the capability of each person.