The Korea Society’s Korean Language Classes Summer Session

2021 SUMMER SESSION 
June 1 – August 9, 2021 |

The Korea Society’s Korean language classes are a great way to learn Korean in a small-class setting from university-affiliated and native-speaking instructors.

Registration
Registration is now open for our Summer 2021 Korean language classes. As per usual, the Summer Session features classes in a wide variety of levels, from “Introductory” to “Advanced Reading and Discussion” and three “Conversational Korean” classes. In addition, we are delighted to announce a new class this semester, “Advanced Korean I” is held on Tuesday.



Please Note:
The Korea Society is pleased to announce that we will continue the online Korean language classes for Summer 2021. Please browse our course offerings listed below; hours listed are eastern standard time (EDT). You will need to have internet connection and to download the free Zoom app on the device you will use to access the class, e.g. tablet, laptop, or computer. After registering, we will send further instructions for joining the class.

Looking forward to having you join us online this summer!


Classes fill quickly! Due to strong demand, class space will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. To guarantee a seat, please register as soon as possible. Please complete the application below. Acceptance will be acknowledged via email from The Korea Society.

Class Schedule
The Summer Session classes run from June 1 – August 9, 2021.

All classes meet once a week for 10 weeks for a total of 17.5 classroom hours. Most classes meet for 1 hour and 45 minutes. The exceptions are Beginning I and II on Saturday Classes which meets for 10 weeks that last 2 hours each, for a total of 20 hours of instruction.


Placement Exam

First-time students who wish to take Introductory II or higher-level classes must take a placement test.

The following placement tests will allow you to evaluate your existing level of Korean online so that you can enroll for the most suitable course for you. There are two placement tests available: Introductory Placement Exam and Intermediate Placement Exam. Please click on the links above to direct you to the appropriate test.

Allow up to 45 minutes for the exam. It would be appreciated if you could time yourself while taking the exam. Once you have completed and submitted the exam, contact Jahee Yu, Program Director through contact forum or call at (212) 792-7923 to schedule a brief oral exam to finalize the course level most appropriate for you.

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