There are nearly 80 million Korean language speakers in the world and over 35,000 in Toronto. Studying Korean provides valuable business opportunities in Asia's third largest economy, as well as with international Korean companies such as Samsung, LG, Hyundai, and Kia. One of the best things about learning Korean is the writing system, hangul. You can learn to read this alphabet very quickly, and since words are written phonetically, you'll soon be able to pronounce every Korean word you see.
Korean Level 1
Our introductory Korean course is ideal for students without any prior knowledge of the language. The textbook for this course is Integrated Korean: Beginner 1 (2nd edition), which is included in the course fee. At this level, you will learn to read and write hangul, introduce yourself, describe others, ask for location, inquire about others' well-being, discuss school, make requests, ask about hometown and family, ask and talk about quantity, say goodbye, ask and talk about destination and purpose, describe daily activities and weekend plans, talk about likes and dislikes, ask about someone's background, and ask for and give directions. Grammar topics include: questions, comparison, particles, describing location, polite suffixes, possessive forms, counting, sentence patterns, irregular verbs, past forms, negation, expressing probability, and connecting clauses.
Korean Level 2
The second level course begins with a review of material covered in level 1, then proceeds to cover the second volume of the Integrated Korean: Beginner series (included in the course fee). Topics include starting a conversation, describing your background, apologizing, extending and accepting invitations, making phone calls and appointments, describing illness or pain, making requests and questions, taking a taxi, writing letters, shopping, going to a restaurant and talking about hobbies. Grammar topics include expressing goals, honorifics, expressing desire, connecting clauses, progressive form, expressing obligation or necessity, adverbs, negative commands, compound verbs and conditionals.
Payment and registration must be received before the registration deadline. Books and materials are included within the course tuition.
Group Korean Language Courses in Toronto
The six-week program is held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM at our 2160 Yonge Street location.
In-person classes (6 weeks)
Tuesday, January 10th until Thursday, February 16th Registration deadline: Friday, December 30th
Tuesday, March 7th until Thursday, April 13th Registration deadline: Friday, February 24th
Tuesday, May 2nd until Thursday, June 8th Registration deadline: Friday, April 21st
Tuesday, June 27th until Thursday, August 3rd Registration deadline: Friday, June 16th
Tuesday, August 22nd until Thursday, September 28th Registration deadline: Friday, August 11th
Tuesday, October 24th until Thursday, November 30th Registration deadline: Friday, October 13th
Group Korean Language Courses Online
These ten-week programs are held on Saturdays from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Online classes (10 weeks)
Saturday, January 28th until Saturday, April 1st Registration deadline: Wednesday, January 18th
Saturday, April 22nd until Saturday, June 24th Registration deadline: Wednesday, April 12th
Saturday, July 15th until Saturday, September 16th Registration deadline: Wednesday, July 5th
Saturday, October 7th until Saturday, December 9th Registration deadline: Wednesday, September 27th
Private Korean Language Programs:
Sign up for 10 hours
CAD$ 550 + HST
per 10 hours
Sign up for 25 hours
CAD$ 1300 + HST
per 25 hours
Sign up for 50 hours
CAD$ 2450 + HST
per 50 hours
Sign up for 100 hours
CAD$ 4600 + HST
per 100 hours
Please note: An additional 35% surcharge will be added to the course fee for private in-person classes held off-campus within Toronto.