Jolanda’s link lead me to a book and app called “50 Langages” or “Book2 MP3”. The book has side by side English and Korean. The MP3 files are free to download.
The sentences are a bit Eurocentric. Don’t expect to see Chulmoon lives in Korea and is learning Chinese as a sample sentence. However, for a company that has over 40 languages, keeping the same sentences for the entire series makes sense. Below is the company’s description of their products.
Get Korean as a foreign language in 100 simple lessons (30 are free) with dialogues and sentences spoken by native speakers! No prior knowledge or grammar is needed. A book for this course is also available at Amazon: “book2 – English – Korean for beginners”
50languages corresponds to the Common European Framework levels A1 and A2 and is therefore suitable for all types of students. The audio files can also be effectively used as a supplement in language courses.
You can download the audio files from http://www.50languages.com to your mp3-player and listen to them anywhere – at a bus stop or a train station, in the car, and during a lunch break! To get the most out of 50languages, learn one lesson a day and regularly repeat what you have already learned in previous lessons.