LingoClass Korean School
Our expert language teachers are experienced in helping students of all abilities to learn Korean quickly and speak confidently. Beginner and intermediate Korean group courses are listed below. You can also learn Korean one-to-one with one of our private tutors.
Korean Course Introduction
Upcoming Face-to-Face Central London Course Dates
You can browse our range of weekly Korean group courses in our Central London and West London locations below. To view the curriculum for each course in detail, go to the course descriptions section. To reserve your place, visit the booking section.
*All classes minimum 4 ppl, average 6 ppl, maximum 10 ppl
Upcoming Face-to-Face Saturday Intensive Course Dates
New! We are having a Saturday Intensive course! You can finish the Beginner Level in 3 Saturdays!
Please view our Korean Saturday intensive group courses below.
To view the curriculum for each course in detail, go to the course descriptions section.
To reserve your place, visit the booking section.
*All classes minimum 4 ppl, average 6 ppl, maximum 10 ppl
If you're unsure of your current level, you can take our free online Korean language level assessment to find out. It will only take around 5 minutes and you'll get your results straight away!
LingoClass Korean Course Summary
Korean Course Descriptions
To understand what will be covered in each course, simply click on your chosen level below. Once you've found the right course for you, visit the booking section to reserve a space.
Japanese Beginner Level 1In the 6 week course you will explore a variety of interesting topics: Lesson 1: Introducing yourself / Greeting in Japanese Culture: How to greet to people in Japan Lesson 2: Asking for directions-1 Culture: Tips for cheap travel in Japan Lesson 3: Asking for directions-2 Culture: Subway stations in Japan Lesson 4: Shopping in Japan-1(asking for the price) Culture: Gift giving culture in Japan Lesson 5: Shopping in Japan-2(clothing shopping) Culture: Japanese traditional clothing Lesson 6: Convenience stores and restaurants Culture: Do and Do not in Japan
Japanese Upper Beginner Level 1 (JLPT N5-N1)Over the 10 week course you will explore a variety of interesting topics: Lesson 1: Respond to greetings Lesson 2: At the electronics store 1 Lesson 3: Using question words in Japanese Lesson 4: At the electronics store 2 Lesson 5: Counter suffix in Japanese Lesson 6: Yesterday’s shopping 1 Lesson 7: Past affirmative and past negative Lesson 8: Yesterday’s shopping 2 Lesson 9: Emphasize an action was not / is not / will not be done at all Lesson 10: Final revision & culture activity
Chinese Beginner Level 1In the 6 week course you will explore a variety of interesting topics: Greeting How to introduce one’s name and nationality Expressing time, years, months and dates How to ask prices and talk about money Ordering food, making requests and paying the bill Talking about family, occupations and age How to make and answer phone calls
Chinese Upper Beginner Level 1 (HSK 2)Chinese Uppper Beginner Level 1 is ideal for anyone around HSK2 level. This means the student can read some basic Chinese characters and is able to greet people, introduce oneself and understand simple phrases. To find out what level you are, you can take our free HSK Level Quiz.
Chinese Intermediate Level 1 (HSK 3)Chinese Intermediate Level 1 is ideal for anyone around HSK3 level. This means the student can confidently read simple Chinese characters and can participate in simple conversations about a variety of topics. To find out what level you are, you can take our free HSK Level Quiz.
We love teaching Korean and it's our view that our school wouldn't be what it is without its students. We' put a lot of work into making our Korean courses the best they can be and positive reviews mean the world to us. As such we're very proud of our Google ranking and are dedicated to helping it grow further. We hope you will join us and leave a review of your own very soon!
Our 5 Star Reviews
“It is better than my expectation. The teacher is native Korean speaker and hold degree in Korean language teaching, very professional. And she is very enthusiastic. the class is never boring. Besides vocabulary and grammar, we also learned some traditional culture, nowadays
culture , and social interaction of Korean.
I also really like the place, everywhere is tidy and bright. All in all, it was a nice experience studying here."
Korean Course Certificates
After completing your language course you will be issued a LingoClass certificate acknowledging which level you have reached. Certificates start out white for beginner level and go all the way up to gold for higher level language learning.
You can browse the range of certificates below. We hope you will make it all the way to the top!
After completing the beginner level course you will be awarded the white level certificate. This is the first step of your journey.
After completing the upper beginner level course you will be awarded the bronze level certificate. This shows true dedication to the language.
After completing the intermediate level course you will be awarded the silver level certificate. You will now be able to hold a conversation and communicate effectively in a variety of situations..
After completing the upper intermediate level course you will be awarded the gold level certificate. You are now well on the road to fluency. Keep up the good work!
Why you should learn Korean with us...
Regardless of what Korean level you begin at, booking time with a professional Korean tutor has many great benefits. Not only does it help you meet loads of fellow Korean language enthusiasts, taking Korean lessons can also boost your CV, increase your skillset and allow you to work and travel in an entirely new environment, understanding Korean culture on a deeper level and having fun along the way. Whether you want to learn Korean in London or take an online course with us, we've got you covered! Check out some of our favourite reasons for studying Korean below!
Study Korean Culture
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 at the LingoClass language centre where our tutors can help you learn quickly in daytime or evening classes.
To begin your dive into Korean culture, why not check out our article about the best K-Dramas for Korean learners?
Learn Korean for K-Pop!
K-Pop culture has exploded over the last few years and many of our Korean students love to follow the industry and keep up to date with K-Pop news. Many of our teachers also have a deep interest and use K-Pop as a way to help students learn the Korean language. After all, if you can understand something you're passionate about in an entirely new language, it can be a very rewarding experience.
At LingoClass, we want our Korean lessons to be fun AND educational so we often use elements of Korean music and drama to keep things interesting!
Learning Korean is Easy!
The Korean alphabet (Hangeul) is really easy to learn, with many of our Korean 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.
Whether you choose online courses or face-to-face, we can help you learn Korean quickly :)
Korean Culture: Experiencing Hanbok
Student's story - Monica Davis
You can speak Korean as well as them!