Korean Language Courses

Korean is the sixteenth most widely spoken language in the world, spoken by more than 78 million people.

The number of Korean language learners has remarkably grown in the past several decades due partly to South Korea's increasingly visible roles in world economy, technological innovations, and global popular culture.

The Korean alphabet, Hangeul, is phonetic, and unlike Japanese or Chinese it is very easy to read and write. The Korean language has many other interesting linguistic and cultural features, such as multiple speech levels, honorific expressions, different types of particles and frequent borrowing from English.