Chrome Add-On: Pop-Up Dictionary (via Jeanne’s Korean Learning Journey)

This is seriously the best thing I’ve ever come across. Thank you so much, Jeanne!!

Chrome Add-On: Pop-Up Dictionary Ever since my Japanese-learning friend bragged about pop-up dictionary Rikaichan or something, I’ve been looking around for something similar for Korean, in vain… Until now. Seriously, why didn’t anyone tell me about it? A free Chrome add-on (though I’m pretty sure that other browsers have it too) allows you to double-click on a Korean word and have its dictionary entry opened right away, in a little pop-up window. Easy-peasy, and you’re not ev … Read More

via Jeanne’s Korean Learning Journey

4 Comments

  1. Jeanne says:

    I’m so glad that my discovery is useful to other people! If only I or another blogger had come across this before!

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  2. Avvai says:

    wahhh, that’s so cool. thanks for sharing :D

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  3. Jimmy says:

    awesome!

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  4. Which dictionary is this? I can’t read the post and have been looking for something like this. I have tokogi installed but I think it’s a bit confusing knowing which translation to use..

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