Korean Level 1; The Ultimate Catalytic Course
What you'll learn
- Korean sentence structure
- Essential beginner Korean grammar skills (particles, conjugations etc)
- New vocabulary words
- Useful tips and tricks to learning Korean
- Students should be able to read 한글 (Hangul)
"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime."
Many Korean language courses focus too much on getting results fast but ignore the importance of getting the fundamentals right. They use too many English-centric tricks to help students remember Korean concepts, which can seriously mess up the students' fundamental understanding of the subject.
That's why this course was created to help beginner Korean learners get a strong foundation in Korean and subsequently, prime them for their future learning journey.
This course is for students who:
- are beginner learners of the Korean language
- already know how to read 한글
This course is also the perfect next step after students have finished learning 한글.
Through this course, students will learn ESSENTIAL grammar skills, new vocabulary words and along the way, tips and tricks to help them progress in their learning. No hippie-style teaching; only genuine and professional Korean education.
By the end of this course, students should be confident enough to even carry on learning on their own! Students will be given resources and advice on how to continue their learning journey.
This may be THE ONE Korean course that will catalyze your Korean learning progress.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner learners of the Korean language
I love education.
I believe that through education, we can change the world, literally. Education empowers people to create new inventions, find solutions to problems etc. I have had many teachers in my life and each one has impacted my life in different ways. I aim to be an effective educator and I want to be able to share my knowledge with other people.
I appreciate music, and am able to play several musical instruments proficiently. I love languages as well, especially Korean. I am able to speak 3 languages: English, Korean, and Mandarin.