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Standard Korean Course:

15 lessons per week

5 days a week (from 9:00am 11:50am), Monday to Friday.

Levels: beginner to advanced.

One lesson = 50 minutes.

Class size: 3-8 students per class.

 

DATES AND PRICES

 

Intensive Korean Course:

25 lessons per week

5 days a week (from 9:00am 14:50pm), Monday to Friday.

Levels: beginner to advanced.

One lesson = 50 minutes.

Class size: 3-8 students per class.

 

DATES AND PRICES

 

Holiday Adventure Course:

In this course, you can practice your Korean you learned in the morning class through various activities in the afternoon!! Our school teacher will take you to a lot of places in Seoul. For example, the historical palaces, KBS (TV station), the biggest seafood market in Seoul, museum and so on. Not only visiting some places, you can also learn how to make Kimchi by the restaurant owner!! When you take subway or bus, you can use some expressions you learned in the classroom!! It is fun and exciting program!!

 

DATES AND PRICES

 

For the standard and intensive courses, if you are a beginner, you have to start on the first day of a new session.
2012 starting dates are: January 4th, February 3rd, March 5th, April 2nd, May 9th, June 8th, July 6th, August 3rd, September 3rd, October 4th, November 1st, November 29th.

For the Holiday Adventure Course, the 2012 starting dates are: Apr.27 (Friday) - May.1st (Tuesday); May.4th (Friday) - May.8 (Tuesday); Dec.26 (Wednesday) - Dec.30 (Sunday); Dec.29 (Saturday) - Jan.3 (Thursday)

 

Private Korean Lessons:

Tailored to individual needs.

 

DATES AND PRICES

 

Korean Language Levels

Here are the different levels at the school. In general, it takes around 2 months to pass from one level to the other (with the intensive course and without missing any class). At the end of your course, you will get a certification with the terminated course and level.

Level 1: First time learners are taught the Korean alphabet system, pronunciation and basic conversational usages such as greetings, self-introduction and shopping. Level 1 grammar includes particles, verb usage, conjugations and proper use of the numbers.

Level 2: Students will be able to form longer sentences as they lean more complicated particles, tenses, ending forms and joining clauses. Students will be able to express personal experiences and plans on topics such as the seasons and traveling.

Level 3: Students in level 3 are presumed to have the basic knowledge of Korean and will learn to express themselves in more complex and varied situation. Students will learn grammar such as passive speeches, causative speeches and indirect speeches to form longer and more complicated sentences.

Level 4: Students will be able to discuss beyond everyday life situations and learn to express opinions about various topics. The knowledge of the Korean culture and customs will be expanded. Imitation sounds, proverbs and informal speeches are also taught.

Level 5: As students reach higher levels, newspapers, radio broadcasts, television and movies are included in the curriculum. Students will be able to discuss specific topics and learn the nuance of grammar patterns and peculiar Korean expressions.

Level 6: Students will be able to answer queries about the Korean language on their own and comprehended articles on literature and specialized topics. They will also be able to improve their writing skills.

 

Accommodation while studying in Seoul

Students have the following housing options: Homestay in a Korean family or studio apartment.

There is another type of accommodation called Hasook-Jib: it is like a residence with single rooms, the rent includes breakfast and dinners, the bathroom and kitchen are shared. (Approximate cost of a single room in a Hasook-Jib: between 400,000.00 y 500,000.00 Korean Won/month), but this type of accommodation has to be arranged once you are there already, so if you are interested in this option you can stay with a family or in the residence the first week or two so you have time to look for a Hasook-Jib.

 

Prices

COSTS for the Standard and Intensive Courses:

Standard Course:

1 week: US$311.00
2 weeks: US$535.00
3 weeks: US$753.00
4 weeks: US$951.00
6 weeks: US$1,367.00
8 weeks: US$1,770.00
10 weeks: US$2,159.00
12 weeks: US$2,496.00

Intensive Course:

1 week: US$438.00
2 weeks: US$784.00
3 weeks: US$1,120.00
4 weeks: US$1,422.00
6 weeks: US$2,060.00
8 weeks: US$2,676.00
10 weeks: US$3,270.00
12 weeks: US$3,776.00

Accommodation (optional):

Option 1: Homestay in a Korean family* (single room, including breakfast**):
Placement Fee: US$30
Short-term stay: $US 40.00/night for the 10 first nights, $US 25.00/night for the 10 next nights, then $US 20.00 for additional nights
Long-term stay (2 months minimum): $US 700.00/month

Option 2: Studio Apartment:
Accomodation Arrangement Fee: US$50.00
Single room: US$1,500.00 per month

Airport pickup service upon arrival (optional): US$100


COSTS for the Holiday Adventure Course:

Total cost for the program (including: registration, text books, Korean lessons, activities, transportation to the activities, snacks, beverages): US$495.00

Accommodation (optional):

Option 1: Homestay in a Korean family* (single room, including breakfast**):
Placement Fee: US$30
Short-term stay: $US 40.00/night for the 10 first nights, $US 25.00/night for the 10 next nights, then $US 20.00 for additional nights
Long-term stay (2 months minimum): $US 700.00/month

Option 2: Studio Apartment or guesthouse:
Accomodation Arrangement Fee: US$50.00
One room studio apartment: US70.00 per night
Guesthouse: US40.00 per night

Airport pickup service upon arrival (optional): US$100