Want to learn Korean?
You’re in the right place!
Whether you’re starting from scratch or trying to pick up where you left off previously, our language lessons are customized to your needs and goals in order to help provide the best environment for success. Together we can form a plan of what will benefit you the most!
We offer Korean lessons to all ages and all levels from beginner to advanced. We also offer tutoring for K-12 and university level Korean language classes. We have special programs for heritage speakers, and special training for business professional language use. We also offer cultural advising for those moving overseas and local cultural experiences for those who want to learn more about Korean culture.
Upcoming Group Classes
Korean 101 for Adults
8 weeks / 8 hours
Mondays 8:30-9:30pm Eastern (7:30pm Central; 6:30pm Mountain; 5:30pm Pacific)
September 13 – November 1, 2021
Korean 102 for Adults
Level: High Beginner
8 weeks / 8 hours
Fridays 7:30-8:30pm Eastern (6:30-7:30pm Central; 5:30-6:30pm Mountain; 4:30-5:30pm Pacific)
August 27 – October 15
Like all of our language lessons, we work with you to create a schedule and curriculum plan that works best for you!
Some points that can be included in your lessons:
- Learning the Korean alphabet
- Reading and writing
- Academic and essay-writing
- Extra tutoring for your school language course
- Business related Korean
- Korean in pop culture
Our usual price is $45 per hour.
Pre-paid Package deals:
10 hours: $425
20 hours: $800
We are currently offering a special for online lessons for new students:
Pre-paid package of 20 hours: $720
Pre-paid package of 10 hours: $380
$40/hour paid at the beginning of each month.
Call: 281-301-0570 (Leave a message if no answer)
Text, SMS, KakaoTalk, WhatsApp, Line: 281-433-5659
Meet our Korean Teachers:
Yun Yong is a native speaker of Korean and is fluent in Korean, English, and Mandarin. She earned a BA in Asian Languages and Linguistics with a focus on Korean and Mandarin from UCLA. She also has a MA in Korean Studies and Comparative Literature from University of Oxford in the UK.
Yun Yong worked as an English-Korean interpreter in Los Angeles before later becoming a Korean language instructor and ESL teacher. She currently works as the Korean language teacher at the Korean Institute of Southern California providing students with Korean language lessons as well as cultural competency.
Yun Yong is energetic and passionate about teaching and helping students understand the Korean language and culture.