How do you communicate with natives?

Galician, Spanish
Learning English, Korean

Hello! I've been having some trouble with meating Korean native speakers on the Internet. When I was in my English learning process, it was easier to communicate with natives because everything I liked was in English, so it was easier to find people who liked the same thing and talk to them. I can't find content about the books and series I like in Korean, and when I try to find natives in places like HelloTalk, it is extremely difficult to find anyone and even more difficult to have a long conversation.

I'd like to know if anyone has some advice to speak to natives of a language that isn't English. Thank you in advance!

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Learning Tagalog
Other Chinese - Mandarin, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Thai

Hi PiAlfa,

I live in the US and I don't have any Koreans around me. For me, the best way is to just take classes with a tutor. But if you can't afford that, you can go to websites like conversation exchange and interpals. I have found many partners there for face to face when I travel, and a few for online conversations. It will probably take a few email exchanges to find someone, but if you are patient it will work; there are quite a few Koreans learning Spanish.

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