Whether you want to learn to speak Korean for business or travel, our beginning and intermediate classes are a great way to learn.
Our classes emphasize speaking Korean in culturally appropriate contexts. Classes teach conversational skills as well as Hangul, the Korean alphabet.
Lessons cover how to:
Engage in simple conversations
Ask and respond to simple questions
Write simple sentences on everyday topics
Read a variety of basic written materials
Interact in social, business, and travel situations in a culturally appropriate manner.
Classes meet once a week in the evening for 9 weeks. Our instructor is a native Korean speaker with extensive teaching experience
This course is designed for those with little or no knowledge of Korean. Topics covered will include basic Korean structure, conversation, and aspects of the Korean culture. This course is an excellent choice for travelers, business people, or anyone who... More about Korean 1
In this class, students will learn to use the present tense verbs and appropriate markers to buy/order something, ask for and respond to locations, ask for the price, talk about daily routines, and gain a better understanding and knowledge of... More about Korean 2
This course is for students who have had two quarters of Korean or the equivalent. Textbook: Sogang Korean 1A, ISBN: 978-8-97699-572-8. Check online for best prices, not available at BC bookstore More about Korean 3
In this class, students will learn future tense verbs, adjective, and honorific verbs to converse about future plans, use noun modifiers to describe something, and ask questions in honorific forms. Intended for students with 3 quarters of Korean. Textbook: Sogang... More about Korean 4
This course is for students who have had six quarters of Korean or the equivalent. Textbook: Sogang Korean 2A, ISBN: 978-8-99249-126-6. Check online for best prices, not available at BC bookstore More about Korean 7
In this class, students will work on improving their language skills with focus on conversational skills. Students will be able to ask for and give directions, suggest, express disagreements, negotiate, ask for permission, and etc. More about Korean 8
This class offers a review of the Korean vocabulary, expressions, and grammatical concepts introduced in Korean 1 - 2. Emphasis is on practice, speaking and listening comprehension, and a systematic review of grammar in context. Prerequisite: 2 quarters of Korean... More about Korean in Review for Beginners
This class offers a review of the Korean vocabulary, expressions, and grammatical concepts introduced in Korean 3 - 6. Emphasis is on practice, speaking and listening comprehension, and a systematic review of grammar in context. Prerequisite: 6 quarters of Korean... More about Korean in Review for Intermediate