I started WaniKani later in the year last year but found that as work got busier I had less and less time and I had trouble keeping up with things. At the same time, my wife was learning Korean and I was getting jealous of her ability to read and write Korean so quickly since Hangul is pretty easy to learn. So…I started studying Korean, learned Hangul, and we event spent the second half of December in Korea.
I started 2020 feeling like Korean was going to be the language I was going to learn…and then I started missing Japanese. As of last week I decided I’m not going to let Kanji scare me away, but I do need to have a bit more of a plan around how to keep up with Wanikani given my busy schedule.
Right now I think I can commit about 30 mins a day, is this enough to make real progress? I can probably put in more time over the weekends which might be the best way to bridge the gap. Are there study groups on here that I can possibly join so we can all motivate each other?
I’m going to Japan in about a month so I’m really excited to get back into things and then put my Japanese into practice again. Thanks in advance for any suggestions you have!