So recently I’ve been through a lot of personal things and it just a lot harder for me to continue learning Japanese (specifically) for now. I’ve always wanted to learn Japanese and Korean at some point in my life, but I started with Japanese first.
My main reason for starting with Japanese was because i found it a lot harder for me to learn than Korean. Yes, Korean has difficult pronunciation (or so I’ve heard), but I found it easier. My thought process was that I’d learn the harder language first (in this case, Japanese) and return to Korean after.
However, I find it’s much harder for me to find free resources for Japanese, and I also don’t have any income to pay for such. Should I switch my original plan and learn Korean before Japanese? Or should I try to learn both at the same time? I can definitely find ways to continue Japanese, so should I consider learning Korean on the side at the same time?
I’ve taken so many breaks and have been very indecisive between which of the two I should learn first, over the years. But at this point in my life, I’m wondering if choosing Japanese first was the wrong idea.
I’m honestly just really lost right now and don’t know what to do. Learning language has been sort of a comfort to me, in ways that I can’t really explain. Sort of a getaway, like reading. I just don’t know what to do now.
Ah, I guess this was really long. But if anyone has advice, etc, it’d be very much appreciated!