Beginners Korean Classes Online

Beginners Korean Classes Online

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My Korean School
Regular price
$365.40
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$365.40
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$406.00
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$406 -> $365.4 

The 10% discount will be available until one week before the start date of your selected course. 






Beginners Korean Class Online

For Absolute Beginners

Are you a complete beginner or someone with a basic understanding of Korean? This course is designed for learners at beginner levels! If you're starting from scratch, we've got you covered. In just 8 sessions, you can become proficient in the Korean alphabet (Hangul) and learn essential Korean expressions, enabling you to can speak Korean confidently when you go to Korea!

Learning Hangul is easy, especially with the guidance of a native speaker to help you practice pronunciation and character recognition. Whether you're starting fresh or building on existing knowledge, this course offers a tailored approach to suit your learning needs.


Please check your options and choose your preferred time!


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Beginners Korean Classes Online

Timetables (AEDT - Melbourne) 

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March

Thursdays 14 Mar 7.30 - 8.55 pm (8 Weeks)

  • 10% discount expires on 07 Mar

Tuesdays 27 Mar 9.00 - 10.25 am (8 Weeks)

  • 10% discount expires on 20 Mar

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April

Thursdays 11 Apr 6.00 - 7.25 pm (8 Weeks)

  • 10% discount expires on 04 Apr

Wednesdays 24 Apr 9.00 - 10.25 am (8 Weeks)

  • 10% discount expires on 17 Apr

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    You will use New Easy Korean 1A for this course.

    You can purchase your textbook here.


    [FAQs]

    1. What can I expect from Absolute Beginner's course online?

    Our classes are live in-real time and interactive, where you will:


    1. Language Proficiency: Become proficient in Hangul (Korean alphabet) and learn essential expressions.

    2. Expert Instruction: Learn from highly trained Korean teachers with native pronunciation.

    3. Structured Learning: Enjoy a well-organised and efficient curriculum designed for beginners.

    4. Learning Resources: Access easy-to-use and free class materials, as well as free recordings (subject to terms and conditions).

    5. Personalised Attention: Benefit from a small class size, with 3 to 6 students in a classroom (maximum 8), ensuring personalised attention and opportunities for active participation.

    7. Flexibility: All classes are recorded, allowing you to review missed sessions or study at your own pace.

    8. Cultural Insight: Immerse yourself in Korean culture with insights into etiquette, customs, and more as part of the curriculum.


    2. What happens after payment?

    When you enrol in our live online courses, here's what you can expect:

    1. Confirmation Email: Shortly after your payment, you will receive a confirmation email to acknowledge your enrolment.
    2. Class Materials: Your dedicated teacher will send you the necessary class materials in advance. These materials will help you follow along during the course.
    3. Zoom Link: On the day before your course begins, you will receive a Zoom link via email. This link will grant you access to the live class sessions.
    4. Preparation: We recommend printing out the materials provided before the class starts, ensuring you have everything you need for a seamless learning experience.
    5. Tech Check: Please ensure your computer is equipped with a functioning camera and microphone, as these are essential for interactive participation in our live sessions.
    6. Questions or Concerns: If you have any queries or concerns before the course starts, don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're here to assist you every step of the way! 🤔


    3. Do I learn Korean with Romanisation?

    As learning Korean with Romanisation definitely hurts your progress, if you really want to learn Korean language, it is must to learn reading Hangul. To tell you the truth, learning Hangul is pretty simple. Basically, it’s almost impossible to design a simpler writing system than Hangul that would still work with the Korean language.

    King Sejong said that “a wise man can acquaint himself with them [the alphabet]
    before morning is over; a stupid man can learn them in the space of ten days.”
     

    Do you have more questions?

    DM us on Instagram @mykoreanschool_

    or contact us here