A good-value way to start learning Korean:
The Korean Cultural Centre UK embarks on its first Korean language programme for beginners on Wednesday 25 June in the Centre. This course is a social education facility that teaches the language and culture of Korea to people in the UK and overseas Koreans who wish to learn the language.
Aiming for the practical learning of Korean helps people find the joy of learning by the system supported by the National Institute of the Korean Language.
The beginners’ course will run every Wednesday from 6.30 to 8.30 in the evening for 11 weeks in the Seminar room at the Centre. The students will receive 4 course books designed to develop writing, listening, speaking, and reading skills. Additional materials for self-study will be given to the students during the course.
The targets for education are people in the UK with an interest in Korea. The first course is for people who have never known any Korean and will also help people brush up on the language.
Cultural outings will be organised twice per course. One will be a trip to see the Korean Collections at the main museums in London such as British Museum or Victoria & Albert Museum. The other one will be dinner at a Korean restaurant. The students will learn about Korean food and table manners.
LEVEL: BEGINNERS 1
APPLICATION PERIOD: 28/05/08 – 20/06/08, 5pm
COURSE PERIOD: 25/06/08 – 3/09/08 (11 weeks)
Every Wednesday 6.30 – 8.30 pm
LECTURE ROOM: Seminar room, KCCUK
TUITION FEE: ₤ 40.00 (Course books)
Email: [email protected] / Tel. 020 7004 2600
- Application form and press release on KCC website