Korean 101 for Adults

January 31 – May 16, 2023
16 weeks / 24 class hours
Tuesdays 1.5 hours

Option A: 1 spot remaining
9-10:30pm Eastern; 8-9:30pm Central, 7-8:30pm Mountain, 6-7:30pm Pacific

Option B: FULL
7-8:30pm Eastern; 6-7:30pm Central, 5-6:30pm Mountain, 4-5:30pm Pacific

Instructor: Lee
Location: Online via Zoom
Level: Beginner
Age: Adults 18+
Class Size: Minimum 2 students; Maximum 4 students

Materials Needed: All materials will be provided.

What can I expect to learn?
By the end of this course, you should be comfortable with the following: Reading and writing the Korean alphabet, basic vocabulary and phrases, numbers, colors, introducing yourself, introducing and talking about family, asking basic questions

*Use coupon code MLKDAY15 to save 15% off registration this week!

Cost: $450

Payments options are as follows:
Pay in full today: $450
Hold your spot and pay the rest by January 30, 2023: $475 ($50 deposit now. Additional $425 paid by January 30, 2023).

Payment is accepted by credit card, Venmo, Zelle, Google Pay, and Paypal.

Korean 101 with Lee was amazing! I have improved my pronunciation and reading skills. The course is fun and engaging and organized so that you build upon what you learn each week. You leave each lesson with a sense of accomplishment! I highly recommend this course!


I loved the teacher! Lee was amazing! She was very engaging with the students and explained everything well. The class size was fairly small, so I felt more comfortable to speak up and ask for help. I will definitely recommend the class!


about the instructor

Lee is a native speaker of Korean and is fluent in Korean and English. She earned a BA in Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language and a BA in English Education from South Korea.

Lee worked as an elementary and middle school teacher of Korean and English in South Korea for 6 years before moving to the United States. She also worked as a foreign teacher manager and worked alongside foreign teachers to teach and oversee curriculum, administration, and language instruction. She currently works as the Korean language teacher at a local Korean language school based in Utah, teaching group lessons as well as private tutoring for adults. She loves to prepare cultural events and activities alongside her lessons for students to learn about and celebrate important Korean holidays and to share the culture.

Lee is energetic and passionate about teaching and helping students understand the Korean language and culture. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and cooking.