Book Importing - I can do it
I've already added one and am going to start making more as time goes on.
I've personally never heard of that book you mentioned, but as far as suggestions go for a basic grammar book.
Thats a great one, it's on the list I mentioned above. Extremely basic, but it takes the most simple conversations and then breaks down explanations of all the grammar it had and the vocabulary and then gives you tons of examples with the grammar. The new ones are even a little hybrid workbook/textbook style. They even have a CD with all the conversations recorded by native koreans.
The reason I always suggest Yonsei University's Korean books is because they were the first University in Korea to offer Korean courses for foreigners. They wrote the book on Korean Language education. The books don't pace you but work as a reference and also as a sequenced learning tool as such the beginning of book 1 is for someone who doesn't know anything at all, and the end of book 6 involves extremely difficult graduate student level readings and reviews.
It's great to have you in the Korean section!
Will you be adding any lessons to the library? I hope so.
I wanted to ask you about this book: Basic Korean (Grammar Workbooks): A Grammar and Workbook by Andrew Sangpil Byon.
Have you heard of it? I am a beginner so I need a simple grammar book to help.