eSpotlight - Korean Language eBooks Available at Overdrive!

Party cloudy day with sun streaming between clouds onto the city of Busan, Korea, with ocean and beach in foreground

Korean eBooks Now Available on Libby/Overdrive

San José Public Library now offers Korean language eBooks through Libby and Overdrive! This new Overdrive collection contains specially chosen children's and adult books on a variety of subjects, fiction and nonfiction. To enjoy these books, log into your Overdrive account with your San José Public Library card in your browser or by using the Libby app on your device.

Enjoy some of the highlights of the Library's new Korean eBook collection below.

Adult Selections

Cover of the book 대한민국 대표 주말 가족 여행 가을 편Cover of the book 두 번째 제주 올레Cover of the book 드라마 촬영지 여행 & 산책 (서울 경기 데이트 코스Cover of the book 숨겨진 매력의 소도시 여행 10

Children's Selections

Cover of book 날아라 아리!Cover of book 소금인형Cover of 무민과 최고의 경주Cover of book 아빠의 인생 사용법

Interested in Learning and Practicing Korean?

A brightly colored flat illustration of people of all ages talking with each other

Join us for Conversation Café - Korean at the King Library on Wednesdays! In this class series, students will learn simple Korean words and phrases. Meet new people while practicing a new language! You can also build your Korean language skills anytime online with your library card using the language learning eResources Mango Languages and Pronunciator.

Bonus: More Korean Collections at the Library!

Our Korean collection has many popular titles as well, including our K-POP collection, Korean DVD collection, and Korean cookbooks.

BTS Face YourselfCover of the Korean-English DVD "The Villainess"Cover of the Cookbook Maangchi's Real Korean cooking

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