Weekly Korean Group Courses
Following updates from the government on the easing of lockdown protocol, we will be starting to return to normal lessons in physical classrooms as of the 1st of July. This change will be rolled out gradually and carefully to ensure we protect the health of our students and staff and we will be putting a number of additional measures in place to help us do this. In addition to the rigorous cleaning and disinfecting of our office space and classrooms, LingoClass will provide antibacterial hand gel and masks to anyone who requires them. You can find out more about our office building policy here.
We also recognise that some people may still be reluctant to return to a classroom environment and therefore anyone who is uncomfortable attending in person will still have the option to attend the same class using our online platform. Our teachers have tested this approach and it works well.
Any students who booked courses starting before the 1st of July will continue to study online and those booked after the 1st of July will have the option of studying at our office or at home. Please understand this is due to our office rental agreement and staff payment structure and cannot be changed.
We look forward to welcoming you back very soon :)
Why you should learn Korean...
One of the Coolest Languages in the World : Aside from being the 13th largest economy in the world, South Korea is a beautiful and dynamic country with a rich and interesting culture to explore. If you want to travel to Korea to study, work or even do business, you may want to consider learning the Korean language.
One of the Easier Asian Languages to Learn : The Korean alphabet (Hangeul) is really easy to learn, with many of our students mastering it in an hour or two. Unlike Chinese or Japanese characters, all Korean characters are combinations of straight lines and circles. Furthermore, there are no specific intonations to learn, so you can spend more time getting to grips with new words and Korean culture.
A Unique Experience : Although, there are some elements that make Korean relatively easy to pick up, the Korean language also boasts many interesting linguistic and cultural features, such as multiple speech levels, honorific expressions and different particles that indicate grammatical relations in a sentence.
K-POP! : Do you want to understand what your favourite K-POP band is talking about? Learn Korean!
K-Pop is one of the driving forces behind the increasing popularity of Korean language studies around the world. Listening to and developing music has also been shown to positively impact language acquisition - your KPOP playlist is actually an amazing language learning tool!