Course Levels

Level 1 (Beginner)
For students with no prior knowledge of Korean. Students will learn how to read and write Hangul (Korean system of writing) proficiently and basic rules of sentence structure and syntax.

Level 2 (Intermediate 1)
For students with good command of basic conversational Korean, including greetings and self-introduction. Students will practice on pronunciation and phonetic rules to correctly pronounce words in the sentences and correct construction of complex and compound sentences.

Level 3 (Intermediate 2)
For students who use relatively longer sentences and understand relatively complex context of conversations. Students will learn to correctly use grammar and vocabulary to effectively express personal ideas and communicate freely in daily life.

Level 4 (Advanced)
For students who conduct everyday conversations freely. Students learn enough vocabulary of everyday life and idiomatic expressions. In addition to daily conversation skills, students will be able to write and speak in length and specifically about personal opinions on familiar topics.

Extra speech (K-culture) for level 1 – 4
For students who wish to improve their daily conversational skills. Themes and topics from K-pop, K-drama and Korean food will be used for this class. Please be aware of that these extra classes are not intended as make-up for missing lessons nor continuation of regular classes.

Children 1 (English)
For children with English comprehension (up to 10th grade).

Children 2 (Korean)
For children with Korean comprehension (up to 10th grade). This class is targeted at the children from Korean families that temporarily reside in Norway and wish to continue lessons in Korean language and history based on the Korean primary school curriculum.

Children 3 (Norwegian)
For children with Norwegian comprehension (5 to 6 years old).

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