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Love the energy of Kpop and the romance of Kdrama? Choose Dear Asia for your Korean Lessons in London or online. From traveling preparation to conversational fluency, our classes start from complete beginner level to advanced.

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May 15, 2024
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Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
June 17, 2024
to
August 19, 2024
10 Weeks
Monday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£280-£323
Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
July 4, 2024
to
September 5, 2024
10 Weeks
Thursday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans. Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)? If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Places and food Lesson 3 – Native Korean Number Lesson 4 – Review Unit 5 and 6 Lesson 5 – Dates and days of the week Lesson 6 – Weather and Seasons Lesson 7 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 8 – Weekend Activities Lesson 9 – Talking about the Plan Lesson 10…
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Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans. Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)? If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Places and food Lesson 3 – Native Korean Number Lesson 4 – Review Unit 5 and 6 Lesson 5 – Dates and days of the week Lesson 6 – Weather and Seasons Lesson 7 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 8 – Weekend Activities Lesson 9 – Talking about the Plan Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
July 6, 2024
to
August 3, 2024
5 Weeks
Saturday
1:30 pm
-
5:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans. In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Travel Plans Lesson 3 – Travel Experience Lesson 4 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 5 – Body and symptoms of sickness Lesson 6 – Healthy life Lesson 7 – Review Unit 9 and 10 Lesson…
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Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans. In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Travel Plans Lesson 3 – Travel Experience Lesson 4 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 5 – Body and symptoms of sickness Lesson 6 – Healthy life Lesson 7 – Review Unit 9 and 10 Lesson 8 – Preparing for gatherings Lesson 9 – gifts you want to give to someone Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
July 10, 2024
to
September 25, 2024
10 Weeks
Wednesday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans. In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Travel Plans Lesson 3 – Travel Experience Lesson 4 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 5 – Body and symptoms of sickness Lesson 6 – Healthy life Lesson 7 – Review Unit 9 and 10 Lesson…
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Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans. In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Travel Plans Lesson 3 – Travel Experience Lesson 4 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 5 – Body and symptoms of sickness Lesson 6 – Healthy life Lesson 7 – Review Unit 9 and 10 Lesson 8 – Preparing for gatherings Lesson 9 – gifts you want to give to someone Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
July 11, 2024
to
September 26, 2024
10 Weeks
Thursday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 200 or more vocabularies, who can respond to basic questions about daily life, hobbies, weather, food etc. In this course, students will talk about favourite food and Korean food and hobbies, shopping plans, sharing shopping experiences, giving directions, transportations, suggesting. Our key grammar points covered include: 못, 도, -(으)ㄹ 거예요, -습니다/ㅂ니다, -습니까?/ㅂ니까?, Be verb (으)로, -아요/어요 (Request) If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 4 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Favourite Food Lesson 3 – Hobbies Lesson 4 – Review Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 5 – Outfit Lesson 6 – Basic adjectives Lesson 7 – Review Unit 3 and 4 Lesson 8 – Direction and Movement Lesson 9 – Means of Transportation Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
July 16, 2024
to
October 1, 2024
10 Weeks
Tuesday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£320-£363
korean elementary course with dear asia london
Our Korean Elementary 2 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 600 or more vocabularies, who can respond to questions about your family and friends, who can conjugate verbs and adjectives properly. In this course, students can talk about wishes you would like to eat, things you would like to buy, travel plans and experiences and introduce precious gifts. Writing about dishes you eat every day, things you often buy, travel experiences, an invitation to a party, an email inquiring about an event. Our key grammar points covered include:  -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt), -는 것 같다, -는 게 어때요?, ㅎ irregular conjugation, -(으)면 좋겠다, -(으)ㄴ 적이 있다/없다, 동안, -아/어 보다(Experience), -(으)ㄴ(past tense of verbs). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Dishes you would like to…
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Our Korean Elementary 2 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 600 or more vocabularies, who can respond to questions about your family and friends, who can conjugate verbs and adjectives properly. In this course, students can talk about wishes you would like to eat, things you would like to buy, travel plans and experiences and introduce precious gifts. Writing about dishes you eat every day, things you often buy, travel experiences, an invitation to a party, an email inquiring about an event. Our key grammar points covered include:  -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt), -는 것 같다, -는 게 어때요?, ㅎ irregular conjugation, -(으)면 좋겠다, -(으)ㄴ 적이 있다/없다, 동안, -아/어 보다(Experience), -(으)ㄴ(past tense of verbs). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Dishes you would like to eat Lesson 3 – Things you would like to buy Lesson 4 – Food and order Lesson 5 – Speaking activities for Lesson 2-4 Lesson 6 – Colours and Shapes Lesson 7 – Travel organizing Lesson 8 – Travel experiences Lesson 9 – Speaking activities for Lesson 6-8 Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
July 18, 2024
to
October 3, 2024
10 Weeks
Thursday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£280-£323
Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
July 27, 2024
to
August 24, 2024
5 Weeks
Saturday
1:30 pm
-
5:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£280-£323
Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
July 31, 2024
to
October 16, 2024
10 Weeks
Wednesday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans. Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)? If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Places and food Lesson 3 – Native Korean Number Lesson 4 – Review Unit 5 and 6 Lesson 5 – Dates and days of the week Lesson 6 – Weather and Seasons Lesson 7 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 8 – Weekend Activities Lesson 9 – Talking about the Plan Lesson 10…
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Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans. Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)? If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Places and food Lesson 3 – Native Korean Number Lesson 4 – Review Unit 5 and 6 Lesson 5 – Dates and days of the week Lesson 6 – Weather and Seasons Lesson 7 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 8 – Weekend Activities Lesson 9 – Talking about the Plan Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
August 5, 2024
to
October 14, 2024
10 Weeks
Monday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 200 or more vocabularies, who can respond to basic questions about daily life, hobbies, weather, food etc. In this course, students will talk about favourite food and Korean food and hobbies, shopping plans, sharing shopping experiences, giving directions, transportations, suggesting. Our key grammar points covered include: 못, 도, -(으)ㄹ 거예요, -습니다/ㅂ니다, -습니까?/ㅂ니까?, Be verb (으)로, -아요/어요 (Request) If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 4 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Favourite Food Lesson 3 – Hobbies Lesson 4 – Review Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 5 – Outfit Lesson 6 – Basic adjectives Lesson 7 – Review Unit 3 and 4 Lesson 8 – Direction and Movement Lesson 9 – Means of Transportation Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
August 8, 2024
to
October 10, 2024
10 Weeks
Thursday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£280-£323
Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
August 10, 2024
to
September 7, 2024
5 Weeks
Saturday
1:30 pm
-
5:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£280-£323
Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
September 17, 2024
to
November 19, 2024
10 Weeks
Tuesday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£280-£323
Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
September 21, 2024
to
October 19, 2024
5 Weeks
Saturday
1:30 pm
-
5:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£280-£323
Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
September 21, 2024
to
November 23, 2024
10 Weeks
Saturday
11:00 am
-
12:30 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£320-£363
Our Korean Elementary 1 Course is designed for learners who has finished Level 1 learning or are able to do the below: Read and pronounce Hangeul smoothly Give detailed self-introduction Use of numbers in date, time, money. Use of numbers in counting nouns. Narrate your lifestyle, hobbies Narrate your daily schedule Take and give directions Talk about transportation and your surroundings Talk about your travel experiences. Our topics in this course include talking about what you do you do, introducing your friends, making and suggesting plans and explaining your neighbour and place. Also, student can write about your places you like. Our key grammar points covered include: (이)라고 하다, -는(Present tense of verbs), -거나/(이)나, -(으)ㄹ까요?(supposition), 마다, -(으)ㄹ 때, -기로 하다, 에다가, -기가 좋다, -지 않다, -지 못하다, -(으)면서(simultaneity), -지요?, -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary…
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Our Korean Elementary 1 Course is designed for learners who has finished Level 1 learning or are able to do the below: Read and pronounce Hangeul smoothly Give detailed self-introduction Use of numbers in date, time, money. Use of numbers in counting nouns. Narrate your lifestyle, hobbies Narrate your daily schedule Take and give directions Talk about transportation and your surroundings Talk about your travel experiences. Our topics in this course include talking about what you do you do, introducing your friends, making and suggesting plans and explaining your neighbour and place. Also, student can write about your places you like. Our key grammar points covered include: (이)라고 하다, -는(Present tense of verbs), -거나/(이)나, -(으)ㄹ까요?(supposition), 마다, -(으)ㄹ 때, -기로 하다, 에다가, -기가 좋다, -지 않다, -지 못하다, -(으)면서(simultaneity), -지요?, -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 2. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Talking about jobs Lesson 3 – Leisure activities Lesson 4 – Making appointments Lesson 5 – Talking about outfits Lesson 6 – Introduction about your neighbourhood Lesson 7 – Talking about places you often visit Lesson 8 – Dishes you would like to eat Lesson 9 – Things you would like to buy Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
September 24, 2024
to
November 26, 2024
10 Weeks
Tuesday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 200 or more vocabularies, who can respond to basic questions about daily life, hobbies, weather, food etc. In this course, students will talk about favourite food and Korean food and hobbies, shopping plans, sharing shopping experiences, giving directions, transportations, suggesting. Our key grammar points covered include: 못, 도, -(으)ㄹ 거예요, -습니다/ㅂ니다, -습니까?/ㅂ니까?, Be verb (으)로, -아요/어요 (Request) If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 4 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Favourite Food Lesson 3 – Hobbies Lesson 4 – Review Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 5 – Outfit Lesson 6 – Basic adjectives Lesson 7 – Review Unit 3 and 4 Lesson 8 – Direction and Movement Lesson 9 – Means of Transportation Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
September 25, 2024
to
November 27, 2024
10 Weeks
Wednesday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£340
Our Korean Intermediate 1 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 1000 or more vocabularies, who has also developed communicative skills to talk with a native Korean speaker in common subjects, who can express his / her opinions and thoughts in 3+ minutes. Our topics in this course include talking about current status, housing conditions, household chores, special occasions and celebrations. Our key grammar points covered include: -니? -자, -는다고  하다, -나/(으)ㄴ가 보다, -(으)ㄹ까 하다, -지만 않으면, -고 나서, -(으)ㄹ 테니까, -아/어 보니까, -(으)려면, -잖아요, -(으)려다가, -(으)ㄴ지, -자고 하다, -기 위해서, -아/어야겠. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Intermediate 2. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Current status Lesson 3 – Writing an email Lesson 4 – Household chores Lesson 5 – Dream house Lesson 6 – Exchange and repair goods Lesson 7 – Broken goods Lesson 8 – Anniversary Lesson 9 –…
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Our Korean Intermediate 1 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 1000 or more vocabularies, who has also developed communicative skills to talk with a native Korean speaker in common subjects, who can express his / her opinions and thoughts in 3+ minutes. Our topics in this course include talking about current status, housing conditions, household chores, special occasions and celebrations. Our key grammar points covered include: -니? -자, -는다고  하다, -나/(으)ㄴ가 보다, -(으)ㄹ까 하다, -지만 않으면, -고 나서, -(으)ㄹ 테니까, -아/어 보니까, -(으)려면, -잖아요, -(으)려다가, -(으)ㄴ지, -자고 하다, -기 위해서, -아/어야겠. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Intermediate 2. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Current status Lesson 3 – Writing an email Lesson 4 – Household chores Lesson 5 – Dream house Lesson 6 – Exchange and repair goods Lesson 7 – Broken goods Lesson 8 – Anniversary Lesson 9 – Special experience Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
September 26, 2024
to
November 28, 2024
10 Weeks
Thursday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£340
Korean Upper Intermediate 1  The course is designed for students with knowledge of 3000 or more words and can also respond to questions, advise, describe, plan in related various topics. Develop communication skills, practice communicating opinions, give a presentation in 5 minutes your thoughts. More focus your communication skills and conversation topics. Our topics in this course include talking about wishes, news, information and experiences. Our key grammar points covered include: -는다면, -았.었으면 하다, -을 만하다, -던데,  -는데요, -네요, -(으)로 인해서, -(으)면서,  -냐면, -기가 쉽다,  -(으)ㄹ 뿐만 아니라, 아무 (이)나, -는 듯이, 피동(이,히,리,기) If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Upper Intermediate 2 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – My wishes Lesson 3 – My place Lesson 4 – News Lesson 5 – Accident and events Lesson 6 – Information Lesson 7 – Healthy food Lesson 8 – Experience Lesson 9 – Hometown Lesson 10 – Review…
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Korean Upper Intermediate 1  The course is designed for students with knowledge of 3000 or more words and can also respond to questions, advise, describe, plan in related various topics. Develop communication skills, practice communicating opinions, give a presentation in 5 minutes your thoughts. More focus your communication skills and conversation topics. Our topics in this course include talking about wishes, news, information and experiences. Our key grammar points covered include: -는다면, -았.었으면 하다, -을 만하다, -던데,  -는데요, -네요, -(으)로 인해서, -(으)면서,  -냐면, -기가 쉽다,  -(으)ㄹ 뿐만 아니라, 아무 (이)나, -는 듯이, 피동(이,히,리,기) If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Upper Intermediate 2 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – My wishes Lesson 3 – My place Lesson 4 – News Lesson 5 – Accident and events Lesson 6 – Information Lesson 7 – Healthy food Lesson 8 – Experience Lesson 9 – Hometown Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
October 7, 2024
to
December 9, 2024
10 Weeks
Monday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£280-£323
Your first step to speak Korean Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step. Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb - 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고, 단위 명사, -(으)세요. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2. Lesson Topics Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Hangeul introduction Lesson 2 – Hangeul Lesson 3 – Hangeul Lesson 4 – Hangeul Lesson 5 – Introduce yourself Lesson 6 – Asking for and giving phone numbers Lesson 7 – Review Hangeul and Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 8 – Describe positions Lesson 9 – Daily commutes Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
October 15, 2024
to
December 17, 2024
10 Weeks
Tuesday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£320-£363
Our Korean Elementary 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 800 or more vocabularies, who also can choose and use formal and informal language properly depending on the situations. Our topics in this course include talking about essential etiquette, various personalities and characteristics while describing, comparing, explaining. You can share your wish list and good changes while comparing and asking/answering questions. Our key grammar points covered include: -(으)ㄹ래요?, -(으)ㄹ게요, 에서부터, -(으)ㄹ (future tense of verbs), -(으)시, 에게만, 에게도 -다가, -아/어 주다, -네요, -지 말다, -아/어도 되다, -(으)면 안 되다. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 4. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Preparing for a gathering Lesson 3 – How to commute to your work Lesson 4 – Introducing precious gifts Lesson 5 – Speaking activities for Lesson 2-4 Lesson 6 – Say how you feel Lesson 7 –…
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Our Korean Elementary 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 800 or more vocabularies, who also can choose and use formal and informal language properly depending on the situations. Our topics in this course include talking about essential etiquette, various personalities and characteristics while describing, comparing, explaining. You can share your wish list and good changes while comparing and asking/answering questions. Our key grammar points covered include: -(으)ㄹ래요?, -(으)ㄹ게요, 에서부터, -(으)ㄹ (future tense of verbs), -(으)시, 에게만, 에게도 -다가, -아/어 주다, -네요, -지 말다, -아/어도 되다, -(으)면 안 되다. If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 4. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Preparing for a gathering Lesson 3 – How to commute to your work Lesson 4 – Introducing precious gifts Lesson 5 – Speaking activities for Lesson 2-4 Lesson 6 – Say how you feel Lesson 7 – Audience etiquette Lesson 8 – Rules for public places Lesson 9 – Speaking activities for Lesson 6-8 Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
October 16, 2024
to
December 18, 2024
10 Weeks
Wednesday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 200 or more vocabularies, who can respond to basic questions about daily life, hobbies, weather, food etc. In this course, students will talk about favourite food and Korean food and hobbies, shopping plans, sharing shopping experiences, giving directions, transportations, suggesting. Our key grammar points covered include: 못, 도, -(으)ㄹ 거예요, -습니다/ㅂ니다, -습니까?/ㅂ니까?, Be verb (으)로, -아요/어요 (Request) If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 4 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Favourite Food Lesson 3 – Hobbies Lesson 4 – Review Unit 1 and 2 Lesson 5 – Outfit Lesson 6 – Basic adjectives Lesson 7 – Review Unit 3 and 4 Lesson 8 – Direction and Movement Lesson 9 – Means of Transportation Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
October 16, 2024
to
December 18, 2024
10 Weeks
Wednesday
11:00 am
-
12:30 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£320-£363
Our Korean Elementary 1 Course is designed for learners who has finished Level 1 learning or are able to do the below: Read and pronounce Hangeul smoothly Give detailed self-introduction Use of numbers in date, time, money. Use of numbers in counting nouns. Narrate your lifestyle, hobbies Narrate your daily schedule Take and give directions Talk about transportation and your surroundings Talk about your travel experiences. Our topics in this course include talking about what you do you do, introducing your friends, making and suggesting plans and explaining your neighbour and place. Also, student can write about your places you like. Our key grammar points covered include: (이)라고 하다, -는(Present tense of verbs), -거나/(이)나, -(으)ㄹ까요?(supposition), 마다, -(으)ㄹ 때, -기로 하다, 에다가, -기가 좋다, -지 않다, -지 못하다, -(으)면서(simultaneity), -지요?, -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary…
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Our Korean Elementary 1 Course is designed for learners who has finished Level 1 learning or are able to do the below: Read and pronounce Hangeul smoothly Give detailed self-introduction Use of numbers in date, time, money. Use of numbers in counting nouns. Narrate your lifestyle, hobbies Narrate your daily schedule Take and give directions Talk about transportation and your surroundings Talk about your travel experiences. Our topics in this course include talking about what you do you do, introducing your friends, making and suggesting plans and explaining your neighbour and place. Also, student can write about your places you like. Our key grammar points covered include: (이)라고 하다, -는(Present tense of verbs), -거나/(이)나, -(으)ㄹ까요?(supposition), 마다, -(으)ㄹ 때, -기로 하다, 에다가, -기가 좋다, -지 않다, -지 못하다, -(으)면서(simultaneity), -지요?, -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 2. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Talking about jobs Lesson 3 – Leisure activities Lesson 4 – Making appointments Lesson 5 – Talking about outfits Lesson 6 – Introduction about your neighbourhood Lesson 7 – Talking about places you often visit Lesson 8 – Dishes you would like to eat Lesson 9 – Things you would like to buy Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
October 17, 2024
to
December 19, 2024
10 Weeks
Thursday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans. Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)? If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Places and food Lesson 3 – Native Korean Number Lesson 4 – Review Unit 5 and 6 Lesson 5 – Dates and days of the week Lesson 6 – Weather and Seasons Lesson 7 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 8 – Weekend Activities Lesson 9 – Talking about the Plan Lesson 10…
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Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans. Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)? If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Places and food Lesson 3 – Native Korean Number Lesson 4 – Review Unit 5 and 6 Lesson 5 – Dates and days of the week Lesson 6 – Weather and Seasons Lesson 7 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 8 – Weekend Activities Lesson 9 – Talking about the Plan Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
October 17, 2024
to
December 19, 2024
10 Weeks
Thursday
6:30 pm
-
8:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans. In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Travel Plans Lesson 3 – Travel Experience Lesson 4 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 5 – Body and symptoms of sickness Lesson 6 – Healthy life Lesson 7 – Review Unit 9 and 10 Lesson…
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Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans. In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason). If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1 Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Travel Plans Lesson 3 – Travel Experience Lesson 4 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 5 – Body and symptoms of sickness Lesson 6 – Healthy life Lesson 7 – Review Unit 9 and 10 Lesson 8 – Preparing for gatherings Lesson 9 – gifts you want to give to someone Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
November 9, 2024
to
December 7, 2024
5 Weeks
Saturday
1:30 pm
-
5:00 pm
In Person
Aldgate
£300-£343
Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans. Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)? If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Places and food Lesson 3 – Native Korean Number Lesson 4 – Review Unit 5 and 6 Lesson 5 – Dates and days of the week Lesson 6 – Weather and Seasons Lesson 7 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 8 – Weekend Activities Lesson 9 – Talking about the Plan Lesson 10…
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Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies. In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans. Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)? If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3. Lesson Topics Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break Lesson 2 – Places and food Lesson 3 – Native Korean Number Lesson 4 – Review Unit 5 and 6 Lesson 5 – Dates and days of the week Lesson 6 – Weather and Seasons Lesson 7 – Review Unit 7 and 8 Lesson 8 – Weekend Activities Lesson 9 – Talking about the Plan Lesson 10 – Review and presentations
  • For Novice Beginners, we have new Korean Beginner 1 classes starting every month.
  • For higher levels, you can join an ongoing class during its term time, you will only need to pay for the remaining lessons of the term.
  • We don’t accept pay-as-you-go. Joining a new class requires full upfront payment. Our Korean language classes are first-come-first-serve, you won’t be able to book sold-out classes online. Contact us to ask for advice. 
  • A group class trial lesson is to try out a lesson with one of our classes our learning team place you , it is priced at £30.
  • We take pride in providing the highest quality Korean language lessons in London, therefore, Satisfaction Guarantee refund policy is offered to all new students.
Private Korean lessons in london with native Korean teachers at Dear Asia

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£58

/hour


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£50

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Booster


  • 3 hours in total
  • Calendar booking
  • 24 hour cancellation policy

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  • 6 hours in total
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  • 10 hours in total
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Why Learn Korean with Us?

Why Learn Korean with Dear Asia London?

Our korean Course Levels & Curriculum

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Sejong Korean Level 1 new coursebook and workbook for Dear Asia Korean beginner courses

Level 1 Korean Beginner Courses

Our Korean Beginner 1 Course is designed for complete beginners to learn Hangeul (the Korean phonetic system), so students can achieve natural pronunciation, read and write well at this very first step.

Our topics in this course include greetings, self-introduction, two number system, shopping and going around. Our key grammar points covered include: Be verb – 이에요/예요, 이/가 아니에요;  Particle-은/는, 이/가, 을/를, Ending for conjugation아/어요, -(으)세요, 에 가다, 하고.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 2.

Our Korean Beginner 2 Course is designed for students with Hangeul foundation already, and with 100 or more vocabularies.

In this course, students will continue to practise ask and answer basic questions about your background, and will learn to talk about daily life, times, date, weather, season, share what you did on the weekend, make plans and suggest plans.  Our key grammar points covered include: 단위 명사, -(으)세요.에, 에서, past tense -았/었, irregular conjugation ㅂ, -고 싶다(I want), -(을)까요(suggestion)?

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 3.

Our Korean Beginner 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 200 or more vocabularies, who can respond to basic questions about daily life, hobbie, weather, food etc.

In this course, students will talk about favourite food and Korean food and hobbies, shopping plans, sharing shopping experiences, giving directions, transportations, suggesting. Our key grammar points covered include: 못, 도, -(으)ㄹ 거예요, -습니다/ㅂ니다, -습니까?/ㅂ니까?, Be verb (으)로, -아요/어요 (Request).

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Beginner 4.

Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans.

In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason).

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1.

For all Korean beginner learners in London or online, we have designed 4 Korean beginner courses, in total 40 lesson (60 course hours plus 60 home work hours). Our students will be using the prestigious Sejong Korean Institute books Level 1 Book A and Book B accompanied with all other Dear Asia learning resources.

When you graduate from our Korean Beginner courses, you should be able to read and write Hangeul smoothly, speak with natural pronunciation. In conversations, you can talk about your daily life, sharing your experiences such as personal plans, shopping and traveling. You can even write in Korean to send messages or emails. We understand most of our students are looking for Korean speaking classes nearby, that’s why we have designed our Beginner Korean language courses to have a strong focus in fluency skill training.

  • If you are not sure which Korean Beginner course to take, take a placement test or contact us.
  • If you wish to take The Test of Proficiency in Korean a.k.a. Topik I at the end of your Beginner level learning, consult our teachers for personal advice. We would advice to continue to our Elementary courses to secure better scores.
Sejong Korean Level 2 coursebook and workbook for Dear Asia Korean Elementary courses

Level 2 Korean Elementary Courses

Our Korean Elementary 1 Course is designed for learners who has finished Level 1 learning or are able to do the below:

  • Read and pronounce Hangeul smoothly
  • Give detailed self-introduction
  • Use of numbers in date, time, money.
  • Use of numbers in counting nouns.
  • Narrate your lifestyle, hobbies
  • Narrate your daily schedule
  • Take and give directions
  • Talk about transportation and your surroundings
  • Talk about your travel experiences.

Our topics in this course include talking about what you do you do, introducing your friends, making and suggesting plans and explaining your neighbour and place. Also, student can write about your places you like. Our key grammar points covered include: (이)라고 하다, -는(Present tense of verbs), -거나/(이)나, -(으)ㄹ까요?(supposition), 마다, -(으)ㄹ 때, -기로 하다, 에다가, -기가 좋다, -지 않다, -지 못하다, -(으)면서(simultaneity), -지요?, -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt).  

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 2.

Our Korean Elementary 2 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 600 or more vocabularies, who can respond to questions about your family and friends, who can conjugate verbs and adjectives properly.

In this course, students can talk about wishes you would like to eat, things you would like to buy, travel plans and experiences and introduce precious gifts. Writing about dishes you eat every day, things you often buy, travel experiences, an invitation to a party, an email inquiring about an event. Our key grammar points covered include:  -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt), -는 것 같다, -는 게 어때요?, ㅎ irregular conjugation, -(으)면 좋겠다, -(으)ㄴ 적이 있다/없다, 동안, -아/어 보다(Experience), -(으)ㄴ(past tense of verbs).

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 3.

Our Korean Elementary 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 800 or more vocabularies, who also can choose and use formal and informal language properly depending on the situations.

Our topics in this course include talking about essential etiquette, various personalities and characteristics while describing, comparing, explaining. You can share your wish list and good changes while comparing and asking/answering questions. Our key grammar points covered include: -(으)ㄹ래요?, -(으)ㄹ게요, 에서부터, -(으)ㄹ (future tense of verbs), -(으)시, 에게만, 에게도 -다가, -아/어 주다, -네요, -지 말다, -아/어도 되다, -(으)면 안 되다.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Intermediate 1.

Our Korean Elementary 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 1000 or more vocabularies, who also can choose and use formal and informal language properly depending on the situations.

Our topics in this course include talking about essential etiquette, various personalities and characteristics while describing, comparing, explaining. You can share your wish list and good changes while comparing and asking/answering questions. Our key grammar points covered include: 에게서/한테서/께, -(으)니까(discovery), -는데, 밖에, -기 때문에, -는데요, -는 편이다, -게, -아/어, 에는, 처럼, -게 되다.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Intermediate 1.

Elementary is our next level after Beginner, we have planned 4 Elementary Korean courses, in total 40 lesson (60 course hours plus 60 home work hours). Our students will be using the Sejong Korean Institute books Level 2 Book A and Book B accompanied with all other Dear Asia learning resources.

When you graduate from our Elementary Korean courses, you should be able to build on the foundation obtained in Level 1, have good command of appropriate use of formal and informal speech. You can also develop vocabulary and communicate well in questions and answers to daily topics such as daily routines, housing, life style, travel preparations, feelings and wishes etc.

  • If you are not sure which Elementary course to take, take a placement test below, or contact us.
  • If you wish to take The Test of Proficiency in Korean a.k.a. Topik I at the end of your Elementary level learning, consult our teachers for personal advice.
Sejong Korean Level 3 coursebook and workbook for Dear Asia Korean Intermediate courses

Level 3 Korean Intermediate Courses

Our Korean Intermediate 1 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 1000 or more vocabularies, who has also developed communicative skills to talk with a native Korean speaker in common subjects, who can express his / her opinions and thoughts in 3+ minutes.

In this course, students will continue to practise their conversational skills to talk about current status, housing conditions, household chores, special occasions and celebrations. Our key grammar points covered include: -니? -자, -는다고  하다, -나/(으)ㄴ가 보다, -(으)ㄹ까 하다, -지만 않으면, -고 나서, -(으)ㄹ 테니까, -아/어 보니까, -(으)려면, -잖아요, -(으)려다가, -(으)ㄴ지, -자고 하다, -기 위해서, -아/어야겠.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Intermediate 2.

Our Korean Intermediate 2 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 1400 or more vocabularies, who can respond to questions about formal or informal situations.

In this course, students will continue to practise their conversational skills to talk about feeling and health, leisure life, special experiences, food and cook. Also, writing about good habit, recommending your favourite films TV series, presenting your favourite Tv stars or celebrities. Our key grammar points covered include: -아/어지다, -는/(으)ㄴ 대신에, -도록 하다, -아/어야, -다 보면, -더라고요, -는다, -(으)라고 하다, -아/어도, -아/어 드리다, -(으)ㄹ까 봐, -(으)ㄹ 텐데, -거든요, -는구나, -아/어 놓다, -(으)ㄴ 다음에.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Intermediate 3.

Our Korean Intermediate 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 1600 or more vocabularies, who has good command of formal or informal speech, who can also write a short essay in Korean with a given topic.

In this course, students will continue to practise their conversational skills to talk about mistakes and errors, apologise, Korean wedding ceremonies , national holidays and personal vocations. Our key grammar points covered include: -자마자, -아/어 버리다, -았/었, -(으)ㄹ 걸 그랬다, -아/어 가지고, -는다거나, -느라고, -기는요, -는 모양이다, 같이, -던데요, -았/었더니, -아/어 가다, -아/어 두다, -기는 하다, -는 중이다.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Intermediate 4.

Our Korean Intermediate 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 1800 or more vocabularies, who can hold a natural conversation with a native speaker on common subjects, who can conjugate well, and use formal or informal speech well.

In this course, students will continue to practise their conversational skills to talk about leisure activities and past experience, make or change appointments etc. This course will focused on natural conversation using these grammar points: -(으)면서, -(으)ㄹ까 하다, -(으)ㄹ 줄 알다/모르다, -고 나면, 반말, 아무 –(이)나, -에다(가), -도/까지.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Upper Intermediate 1.

We have planned 4 Intermediate Korean courses, in total 40 lesson (60 course hours plus 60 home work hours). Our students will be using the Sejong Korean Institute books Level 3 Book A and Book B accompanied with all other Dear Asia learning resources.

As an Intermediate Korean class graduate, you should be able to have a good command of Korean grammars, you can conjugate well, use formal or informal speech accordingly. You can also read and write Hanguel without obstacles. You should have further developed your conversational skills to talk about various daily subjects with a native speaker. You should be able to express your thought and opinions, give a presentation in Korean for 5 minutes or more.

  • If you are not sure which Intermediate Korean course to take, take a placement test or contact us.
  • If you wish to take The Test of Proficiency in Korean a.k.a. Topik II at the end of your Intermediate level learning, consult our teachers for personal advice. We would advice to continue to our Upper Intermediate courses to achieve better results.
Sejong Korean Level 4 coursebook and workbook for Dear Asia Korean Upper Intermediate courses
Korean speaking class in London with practical korean conversations

Level 4 Korean Upper intermediate Courses

Our Korean Upper Intermediate 1 Course is designed for students who has finished Level 3 learning or who are able to do the below:

  • has a knowledge of 2000 or more vocabularies
  • have a good command of Korean grammar
  • can conjugate well
  • can use formal or informal speech accordingly
  • can communicate or give a presentation in Korean for 5 minutes or more

In this course, students will continue to practise their conversational skills to talk about wishes, news, accidents and events, healthy food and personal hometown etc. Our key grammar points covered include: -는다면, -았.었으면 하다, -을 만하다, -던데,  -는데요, -네요, -(으)로 인해서, -(으)면서,  -냐면, -기가 쉽다,  -(으)ㄹ 뿐만 아니라, 아무 (이)나, -는 듯이, 피동(이,히,리,기)

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Upper Intermediate 2.

Our Korean Upper Intermediate 2 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 2400 and more vocabularies.

In this course, students continue to practise their conversational skills to talk about movies and TV dramas, home country culture and stories, impressions on new people and their characters etc. Our key grammar points covered include: -지 않아요?, 얼마나 -는다고요, -더니, -는 것이다, (으)로서, 에 대해서, -(으)며, -고자 하다, -는데다가, -든지, -을 줄 알다, -던, -을까 -을까, -지 그래요?, -았/었어야 했는데, -았을 텐데.  

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Upper Intermediate 3.

Our Korean Upper Intermediate 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 2800 and more vocabularies.

In this course, students continue to practise their conversational skills to talk about similarities and difference, work presentation and new career plan, idols and heros in the society etc. Our key grammar points covered include: -에 비해서, -어야지, -는지 알다/모르다, -는다면서요?, -는 데에, -다 보니, -는다는 점에서, -은 결과, -을수록, -으나, -는다고 생각하다, -는 게 아닐까 하다, -지 않을까 싶다, -기 보다는, -는다니, -기를 바라다.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course –Upper Intermediate 4.

Our Korean Upper Intermediate 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of roughly 3000 vocabularies.

In this course, students continue to practise their conversational skills to talk about social manner and etiquettes, listening to radio and take part in a marketing survey, detailing personal feelings and emotions etc. Our key grammar points covered include: -에 비해서, -어야지, -는지 알다/모르다, -는다면서요?, -는 데에, -다 보니, -는다는 점에서, -은 결과, -을수록, -으나, -는다고 생각하다, -는 게 아닐까 하다, -지 않을까 싶다, -기 보다는, -는다니, -기를 바라다.

If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Level 5.

Our Korean Upper Intermediate 5 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 3000 and more vocabularies.

In this course, you will focus on purely conversation based training, we are using material like Practical Korean Conversation Level 4, to organise discussions and debates throughout the lesson.

Our Korean Upper Intermediate 6 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 3000 and more vocabularies.

In this course, you will focus on purely conversation based training, we are using material like Practical Korean Conversation Level 4, to organise discussions and debates throughout the lesson.

We have planned 6 Korean Level 4 courses, we also call this level Upper Intermediate. There are 60 lesson (90 course hours plus 90 home work hours) in total. Our students will be using Sejong Korean Institute books Level 4 Book A and Book B accompanied with all other Dear Asia learning resources.

In all of our Korean Upper-Intermediate courses, we aim to help students overcome a common language learner situation – the Intermediate Plateau, ie. you are not a Beginner any more, you’ve invested a lot of time and effort to learn how the language works, yet your fluency skills are still somewhere far from a native speaker.

That’s why in any of our Intermediate Korean courses or above, we have a strong focus on improving your fluency skills, by listening more to real life materials, and practise a lot in conversations. After taking course in this level, you should have good the skills to be an independant Korean speaker, you should be able to converse and convey your thoughts with a native speaker, even when you are lack of vocabularies.

  • If you are not sure which Upper Intermediate course to take, take our placement test, or contact us.
  • If you wish to take The Test of Proficiency in Korean a.k.a. Topik II at the end of your learning, consult our teachers for personal advice.
Advanced Korean courses in London with reading and writing

Our Korean Level 5 Pre-advanced courses are designed for students with knowledge of 3000 or more words. We don’t currently have any group classes organised for this level yet. But we can provide private tutoring if your Korean level is above our Upper Intermediate level.

At this level, our training will focus on your language skills used at professional contexts. You should be trained to understand and express oneself regarding history, politics, economy, environment and so on. You will also be required to learn proper use of different forms of the language according to the context and situation (e.g. formal/informal and colloquial/literary). Our teacher will suggest suitable learning material for you based on your learning needs.

If you are looking for test prep training for TOPIK II and aiming for high level 5 or 6 score, we can certainly help you achieve that!

Our Korean Level 6 Advanced courses are designed for students with knowledge of 6000 or more words. We don’t currently have any group classes organised for this level yet. But we can provide private tutoring if your Korean level is above our Upper Intermediate level.

At this level, our training will focus on learning about the Korean way of thinking and living. You will be trained to expand vocabulary covering specialized topics, so as to develop language proficiency skills for academic research or for use at work. You should be able to use korean grammar, expressions and forms of the language freely. You should also be trained to translate or interpret between Korean and English at ease.

If you are looking for test prep training for TOPIK II and aiming for high level 5 or 6 score, we can certainly help you achieve that! Book private lessons with our professional Korean teachers to start.

Frequently
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We help hundreds of students each year to learn Korean in London and the UK! We do know what you are looking for, and how to help you achieve your learning goal. Can’t find the answers, contact us anytime.

How to learn korean?


Korean, based on the speech of Seoul in South Korea, serves as the standard language. Widely spoken by native Koreans, it also boasts a significant number of speakers in China, Japan, Russia, and America. This language holds immense importance due to South Korea’s thriving economy and its influential presence in pop culture, with phenomena like K-Pop and K-Drama gaining global popularity.

Yes, we specialize in teaching three closely connected languages, and we believe Korean is the easiest one to learn before Japanese and Chinese. One of the main reasons is that Korean can be learned entirely alphabetically. The Korean script is phonetic, with each letter representing a specific sound. In as little as 60-90 minutes, many people can learn how to read Korean. While mastering the Korean alphabet takes time, once accomplished, you’ll have a solid foundation for reading and writing in the language.

Additionally, Korean has numerous borrowed words from foreign languages, making it possible to guess the meaning simply by hearing them. Lastly, there’s no shortage of exciting material to immerse yourself in. From binge-watching K-dramas on Netflix to having immersive conversations in class with your Korean teacher and classmates, you’ll find ample opportunities to practice and improve your listening skills.

Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) is a written test designed to measure the ability of non-native speakers for expression and comprehension in the Korean language. It would be challenging if you didn’t study the language or put in enough effort to learn it. However, people who study Korean for 5-6 months on average are able to pass the level 1 test which is for beginner level.

Hangeul, the alphabetic system devised by King Sejong the Great in the 15th century, is the writing method for the Korean language. Surprisingly, even as a complete beginner, mastering the Korean alphabet (Hangeul) is remarkably easy. In a short span, you can become proficient in this writing technique, allowing you to read Korean phrases on the very day you finish learning the alphabet!

The time it takes to learn a language has no fixed answer. It relies on various factors like your native language, education, language experience, exposure, and motivation. That being said, our Korean beginner level courses typically span 3 to 6 months, during which most learners achieve significant conversational skills in Korean.

Many of our students have learned Korean themselves before joining a course! It could be via Koreanclass 101, or YouTube and Duolingo. If you are unsure about your current level, there are several ways to find out:

  • You can take an Online Placement Test on our website. After we receive your result, we then recommend you the most suitable courses to take.
  • Another way is to take a trial lesson in a class. You’ll have a first hand idea of how the difficulty level is like. After the trial lesson, you can stay in this level or move up or down depends on how you feel.
  • Finally, we have a Korean Course Roadmap and each level Curriculum bove. Based on the info provided and your own learning background you can self-diagnose and find a suitable class.

Our Korean Group Classes

Absolutely! We offer face-to-face Korean group classes on weekdays in the evenings (weekly) and also on Saturdays. These group classes provide an excellent opportunity to practice speaking and listening with our Korean teacher and fellow learners. It brings us pride to share that many of our students consider our Korean lessons the highlight of their week. Each session offers an abundance of valuable learning experiences tailored to enrich your language journey.

Yes we do. Our online Korean lessons are held on Zoom. You can simply join the class in the comfort of your home. It’s very convenient for people who can’t travel to our centre(s) or live outside of London.

All our Korean classes, no matter face to face or online, are student centred. You’ll be engaged in a number of task-based activities, guided-discover tasks, and meaningful conversation flow practice. We want you to learn Korean the most fun way. This will also help you increase your motivation and retain the knowledge better!

In our group classes, we typically have 4-8 students, ensuring an engaging and interactive environment with the teacher and fellow learners. We intentionally limit the maximum class size to 10 to optimize the learning experience. For particularly popular classes with our experienced teachers, there might be up to 12 students. Rest assured, our teachers are well-equipped to handle larger groups, and this also presents an excellent opportunity to make many like-minded friends along the way!

All our teachers are fully qualified native Korean speakers with a PHD, MA or BA degree in Education, Linguistic, and other relevant social studies.

Private Korean Lessons Near you

Taking Korean private lessons is one of the best ways to master this language. You will always be fully involved, your teacher will provide assistance and feedback, the course progression will be tailored to your needs, and the time will be more flexible if you are busy or you don’t have a fixed availability.

Our teachers are all Korean native speakers. They hold an B.A , M.A or PHD in education or relevant studies, and all our teachers have at least two years Korean teaching experience.

Our base hourly price is £66 per hour per person. If there are 2 or 3 students, will charge the per person rate with 25% discount. If there are 4 students, we will charge a group rate based on our consultation. However, we are offering packages with really good discounts up to 15% off! There are A to E in total six packages, we are sure you can find what you need.

K-pop and K-drama are great motivation for many people to start learning Korean! They are fun and engaging – also being able to understand K-pop lyrics and K-drama plot is very rewarding. With that being said, songs (including K-pop) contain rhymes, hidden meaning, pronunciation change, among other aspects that do not always reflect a natural speech. We recommend our students to focus on conversation flow, vocabulary building, and grammar. Once you have a strong grasp of these, understanding and singing to K-pop would be so much easier and fun!

booking & Attending our Korean Lessons

The majority of our bookings are done online. By clicking “Book Now,” you can access the course details. If everything meets your requirements, proceed to our secure online payment gateway to complete your order.

We gratefully acknowledge your order, and our learning team will promptly register your booking. Within 1-5 days before the course start date, you will receive attendance details, the building entry code, your assigned teacher’s information, and the class WhatsApp link from our learning team.

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