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Hi I am a native Korean speaker Yun. I have been teaching Korean to people interested in the language. Learning a new language should be fun. I published learning the Korean language for the beginners titled "I Can Speak Korean" on amazon. The book is made based on my teaching experiences.+ More
Your Korean proficiency level will be evaluated by the teacher according to this framework:
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Most students become interested in Korean because they are already familiar with Korean music, film and TV dramas. Learning Hangul, the Korean script, and its pronunciation, will help you better understand those songs and shows and gain deeper insight into the complexities of the Korean society and culture.
Even though most people favor Mandarin or Japanese when it comes to learning an Asian language, learning Korean will open you the doors of an economic and cultural powerhouse. If you intend to pursue your career in Korea, to conduct business with Korean companies, or simply to improve your communication with Korean friends or coworkers, our Korean courses are the best place to start!
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