Kim, Seong-ju. 2002. An Analysis on the Errors of Turkish Speakers in Korean Education. The Sociolinguistic Journal of Korea, 10(1). This paper deals with the errors of Turkish speakers in Korean education and is aim to offer some useful methods, if possible, to the Turkish speaker-oriented teachers. To this end, I present the errors of Turkish students in the preliminary stage of Korean education. The presented errors are divided into three sections which are grammatical, lexical and phonetic/phonologic ones. I concentrate upon as followings: ‘ㅓ()’ and ‘ㅐ()’ in single vowels, the glottalized consonants, ‘ㅡ()’ insertion phenomenon after an independent consonant, esp. in the word-final position, nominative case makers, the conjugation of irregular verbs, relative clause markers, case government of some verbs, numeral expression and word order, ‘-()n/nn’ of topic or contrastive marker, ‘hapsyo’ and ‘haeyo’ style in honorifics, the future tense and mood, the causative and passive in voice, the conjugation of verbs and adjectives, ‘-(a/)s’ and ‘-ko’ in the connecting particles, ‘-ki t'aemune’ and ‘-()l wihay’, and the expression aspect of the verb ‘ip-’, etc.