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Korean Language Courses

Learn Korean with Us

The Korean language has existed for more than 1000 years, yet was initially written by utilizing Chinese characters until King Sejong the Great invented the Hangul alphabet in the 15th century.

The Korean language is part of a northern Asian language known as Altaic, which includes Turkish, Mongolian, and Japanese, suggesting early Northern migrations and trade. Korean was also heavily influenced by the Chinese, but have adopted its own writing system in the 16th century.

The entire course leads you through the learning process step by step way of teaching to help strengthen your memory of the words and sentences you are going to learn. It is designed specifically to make you learn, as opposed to making you do the learning on your own.

Beginner 30 Hours

​Introduction to Korean is a Beginners' Korean course for students who have never studied the Korean language before. Korean Levels 1&2 is a Beginners' Korean course for students who have never studied the Korean language before. This is an intensive Korean course allowing you to take two Korean levels in 6 weeks and progress more quickly.

Communication Points:

  • Greeting people

  • Self Introduction

  • Activities and hobbies

  • Daily routines

  • Destination

  • Talking about possessions

Grammar Points:

  • Greeting people

  • Self Introduction

  • Activities and hobbies

  • Daily routines

  • Destination

  • Talking about possessions

Elementary 30 Hours

Korean Level is an Elementary Korean course for students who have already completed a Beginners' course. Korean Level 2 requires that you have previously studied a Korean Level 1 course of at least 30 class hours.

​Communication Points :

  • Asking for Sino numbers

  • Making negation sentences “is not”

  • Asking “do you have” questions

  • Buying things at a shop

  • Requesting

  • Using appropriate noun counters

  • Suggesting food

  • Talking about taste

Grammar Points:

  • Usage of Sino/Pure Korean numbers

  • The particle “-e” for location

  • Subject particle ‘-i/ga’

  • Possession “ui”

  • Existence ‘-e itda/eopda’


​Communication Points :

  • Asking favor, Talking about travel experiences

  • Using smartphones on Korean

  • Talking about experiences

  • Talking about plans and inviting

  • Talking about cultural differences

  • Indirect narration

  • Talking about injuries and symptoms

  • Talking about a reason for guessing

International Exam Preparatory Course

TOPIK, Test of Proficiency in Korean, is a written test designed to measure the ability of non-native speakers for expression and comprehension in the Korean language.

TOPIK test measures proficiency in reading, writing, and listening comprehension in the Korean language.  The test has three different levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.  Further accuracy is expressed through six grades, two matched to each level to evaluate proficiency.

Purpose of Exam:

To propagate and set a direction for learning Korean for non-native Korean speakers and overseas Koreans.

To measure and evaluate their Korean language skills and utilize the results for admission to Korean colleges and job-seeking.

The Korean Embassies and Korean Culture Centres (한국문화원) administer the TOPIK tests. Some affiliate institutes also accept the applications. You can get the list of the affiliate institutions on For registration, you have to visit the embassy or affiliate institution with 2 passport size photographs and the registration fee (which varies from country to country).

Why learning Korean is beneficial?

Better Understanding of Korean Culture and Concepts

One of the main reasons people choose to study Korean is because they’re already familiar with some Korean exports like songs, TV shows, and movies. Studying Hangul, Korean script, can help you learn the basics. With a little effort and practice, you’ll be able to sing along to those K-pop songs or understand those Korean TV shows without subtitles.

Connect 80 million native speakers

According to the recent research report by South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, there are roughly 2.5 million speakers in China, approximately 2 million in the United States, and about 800,000 in Japan. The ability to speak Korean gives you access to a wonderfully surprising and exciting group of Korean-speaking individuals.

Boost Your Brainpower

If you want to be bilingual, then you should consider learning Korean. Some people are able to learn to read Hangul fairly quickly. Once you can understand basic Hangul, you will be able to pick up Korean vocabulary, and your knowledge and comprehension will continue to grow. This will also help you gain more insight into a fascinating society and country with a long, rich history.

Accelerate Career Opportunity

With the influx of Korean businesses and services, the knowledge of Korean as an Indian will increase your economic prospect should you decide to invest or deal with such companies. Through extensive technology development and the advent of the internet, globalization has resulted in the integration of world economies.

Improve Personal and Business Relationships

Learning Korean can also help you strengthen personal relationships with Korean-speaking friends or loved ones. Your friends will appreciate your effort to learn a new language, and they will be excited to help you practice and improve. Being able to speak Korean, even just a little, can help you break the ice with new friends or professional colleagues.

Interpreter & Translator Career

Posts of this nature are available at MNC, Indian companies with international business, the foreign embassy’s office, and some translation agencies. You’ll find numerous companies are actively on the look for people with this expertise.

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