I have posted interactive grammar and vocabulary exercises based on Korean historical dramas at http://k-drama-english-grammar-and-vocabulary-exercises.bitballoon.com/. The exercises have time limit and automatic scoring.
These exercises are primarily designed for Asians who are beginning learners of English. (If you’re already an advanced learner of English, you can also use these exercises to refresh your knowledge.) Thus, the exercises focus on errors in grammar that Chinese, Koreans, Filipinos, Malaysians, Indonesians, etc. commonly make with articles, prepositions, gender pronouns, tenses, and subject-verb agreement, among others.
With these exercises, you can foster your love for K-dramas and at the same time learn English grammar and vocabulary.
The exercises now available are based on “Empress Ki,” “Moonlight Drawn by Clouds,” “A Jewel in the Palace,” “Dong Yi,” and “The Moon That Embraces The Sun.”
Later on, I will post exercises based on The Flower in Prison, Jumong, Six Flying Dragons, A Tree With Deep Roots, Yi San, Rebel: Thief Who Stole People, The King’s Doctor, and Saimdang, Light’s Diary..
If you have questions. comments, or suggestions for these exercises, you can post them in the comments section below.