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    Korean Beginner 1 (Aug-08 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 1 (Jul-18 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 1 (Jun-17 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 1 (Oct-07 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 1 (Sep-17 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 1 Intensive (Aug-10 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 1 Intensive (Jul-27 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 1 Intensive (Sep-21 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 2 (Jul-04 start)

    £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 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Beginner 2 (Jul-31 start)

    £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 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Beginner 2 (Oct-17 start)

    £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 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Beginner 2 Intensive (Nov-09 start)

    £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 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Beginner 3 (Aug-05 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 3 (Jun-20 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 3 (Oct-16 start)

    £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

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    Korean Beginner 3 (Sep-24 start)

    £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

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