Free Korean Classes, Language Exchanges
Koreans are very eager to share their culture with the rest of the world, and that includes their language. If you want to learn Korean, you have a number of options available to you, including some that are free and others that are nearly free- language classes and language exchanges. We have listed some of those of which we are aware in Busan, Daegu and Seoul.
Busan Foundation for International Activities (BFIA) - Korean Classes
Levels : Pre-beginners, Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced
Location: Busan Metropolitan City Hall 1st floor, City Hall Station.
Students: 15 students per class
DAEGI FRIENDSHIP CLUB - Language Exhange
This club organizes occasional language exchanges, often advertised on its facebook page. You can contact them at email@example.com
HAMI MAMI's at CLUB THAT - Language Exchange
Hami Mami’s, on the 1st floor of Club That in downtown Daegu, has recently been promoting language exchanges, sometimes on Wednesdays and sometimes on the weekends. Contact: 011-815-8169 or firstname.lastname@example.org
HANA REPUBLIC - Language Exchange
Location: Near Sinchon Station (line 2), exit 3.
Time: Friday 7:30 pm 10 pm
Cost: W10,000 (includes drinks and food)
Info: email@example.com, 010-9327-1251
GALWOL COMMUNITY WELFARE CENTER - Korean Classes
Location: near Sookmyung Women’s University Station (line 4 - stop 427), exit 2
Time: 4:00-5:30 PM each Saturday
Cost: free (recommended donation of W1,000)
Levels: from total beginners to advanced
Extra: after class, teachers and students usually go out for dinner and drinks
JOINUS KOREA - Korean Classes
Location: 8F, Haenuri town, Yangcheon (Yangcheon-gu Office Station, line 2, stop 234-2)
Level: Low ~ Intermediate (to be extended)
Time: Every Sunday 2:00 - 4:00 PM (Confirm before coming)
Cost: Free (recommended donation of W2000 for beverages / snacks / place
LEAN ON ME (subsidiary organization under English Ministry of Seoul Presbyterian Church - Gangnam/Daechi area) offers Saturday Conversatonal Korean and Reading & Writing courses for beginner and intermediate levels. Registration/material fee 10,000 KRW for rotating 5-week class. Info/ Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MYEONGDONG LANGUAGE EXCHANGE CLUB - Language Exchange
Location: Outside exit 5 at Myeongdong Station (line 4- stop 424) in central Seoul
Time: every Sunday from 4PM
Cost: none (except for the coffee)
Language Exchange Options: Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese,
SEOUL GLOBAL CENTER along with some of the Global Village Centers - Korean Classes
Cost: Free (does not include textbook)
Levels: Range from Beginner to Advanced
Hours: day and evening hours available, also weekdays and weekends
Info at Seoul Global Center: 02-2075-4180 / email@example.com
Location: 5th,7th floor of Seoul Global Center
Jonggak Station, Subway Line 1, Stop 131, Exit 6. Go straight for about 3 minutes.
Re Global Village Centers - each center has its own contact information.
YONGSAN DISTRICT OFFICE - Korean Classes as of 2011
Cost: Free (students pay for own books)
Levels: Beginner as of February 2011 - higher levels to follow
Hours: 10:30am to 12:30pm Tuesdays and Thursdays
Location: Yongsan District Office, Itaewon. Head toward the Crown Hotel. The District Office is the big building on your left before you reach the hotel. To register go to the Family Support Department (가정복지과) on the 5th floor of the Yongsan District Office. The person in charge of this program is Sang-cheol Jeon (전상철). NOTE: Bring your alien registration card or passport with you when you go to register.
Info: 02-2199-7152 (Korean speaker only)
Scroll below for other language-learning options such as websites/blogs, books, etc.
Imge: If classes more tailored to your individual needs and objectives, you may want to look into other options, such as CLT (Culture, Language Training).
K4E Editor: Korea4Expats.com tries to ensure that the information we provide is accurate and complete, offers of free classes can appear and disappear quickly and without notice. Should you note any errors or omissions in the content above, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Korea4Expats wishes to thank 10Magazine for sharing the results of their research with us. We have integrated that information in the list above and added more over time.
Last Updated on 2016-02-22
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