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Learn Korean! Korean Teachers & Korean Lessons

First Tutors: Languages helps you to find your preferred private Korean teacher in the UK. Please use our service to search for Korean teachers near you and select which best meet your requirements for Korean lessons.

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Kyoungmi

Kyoungmi

Masters: Language Teaching (2012)
Warwick Korean Language online/ offline tutor (teaching learners at from the beginner and advanced levels), UK Korean GCSE teacher, UK English teacher, Greystone college, Canada Korean School teacher and teacher trainer, South Korea I plan and deliver my lessons based on learners' needs and interests. I like to have lessons as much interactive and authentic as I can in order for language learners to use the language appropriately in contexts. I have been teaching Korean...
Mihi

Mihi

Masters: Applied Linguistics and Language Pedagogy (2014)
SOAS, University of London. It is true that Korean language is a quite different language compared to most European languages. In London, many learners of Korean seem to have one of European languages as native language. Moreover, many of them might have some experience of some similar European languages regardless of its level of the languages. In this condition, in my opinion, it could be an important aspect if learners are aware of the differences...
Heeyoung

Heeyoung

Masters: Herbal medicine (2014)
Middlesex University and having lessons with online students. I have an experience teaching Korean language to Japanese students and people who is the advanced level. So if you are interested in Japanese as well please message me! I am trying to meet your level of learning. So I am a good listener and good at understanding the students. I am also flexible and I want you to be happy to learn my language, so I...
Doyoung

Doyoung

Bachelors: Early Childhood Education (2013)
time English Teacher for Afterschool Program at Shinchang Middle School, Asan, South Korea My lesson will typically focus on : - Korean Alphabet and pronunciation - Grammar and vocabulary to make sentence - Informal conversation expressions which you can't learn from books but actually people use - Business email and conversation in Korean - Korean Culture - etc My lesson will be - Adapted to the individual's needs - Flexible time - Main subject would...
Junseong

Junseong

School: GCSE Korean as a first language (2009)
one lesson but now i have learned to take it slowly but maybe more thoroughly and it has been working surprisingly well already. Usually, my sheet will contain an important grammatical (or vocabulary when necessary) outline at first then you get to use them immediately by conversational sections ; All the small details and nuances of the actual sentences will be explained in detail so that there is no confusion Also, I realized that many...
MYOUNGHEE

MYOUNGHEE

Bachelors: Business (2002)
everyday conversations. However, it can be about formal communication or documents(language) as well. It could be a casual conversation lesson or a serious reading and roll playing lesson. Talking : If you only want to talk with me without textbook to keep or improve your Korean language skill, we can just talk. you can still ask questions and I will correct your mistake or give you better expressions or vocabularies. It will be exactly 1...
Hyewonn

Hyewonn

Masters: MSc (2009)
speak any other languages as their mother tongue. For the elementary level who are yet able to understand Korean very well, the majority of the course will be run in English but as the student's level improves, the ratio between Korean and English will gradually change and by the time when the students reach somewhere intermediary level, the course will be taught mostly in Korean (and some English when necessary) I encourage students to read...

Angela Eunjung

Bachelors: Linguistics and TESOL minor (2009)
my major I've taught English to non native English speakers while I was in the U.S. After my education in the U.S… I came back to Korea and taught English at Samsung and other companies as a freelancer. I also taught English at summer school in Eastbourne. As I learn and teach languages, I think getting to know the culture of the target languages is important. I love to share my culture and my mother...

Kyoung-Sun

Bachelors: Korean Education (1997)
Anne School since 2012 Running Reading Korean School since 2014 Teaching Korean at Kennet school since 2016 Teaching Korean at Cranford college since 2016 As Korean is very systematic language, once you learn all basic 24 alphabets, soon you will be able to read and write. I intend to use phonics rather than words. It really helps people remember alphabets and shortens the learning times. After I provide meterials which will build up vocabulary. This...
Ahra

Ahra

Masters: MSc Management Science/Operational Research (2008)
experience in teaching for corporate employees in the company as part of learning and development programs. Learning foreign language can be difficult. Especially Korean alphabet is completely different from English. But once you know the pattern of alphabet and understand the basic grammar, you will be surprised that you start reading Korean!! The approach should vary depending on learners' language background and the purpose of learning. I will examine what learners expectations are and the...

Levels We Offer For Korean Lessons: Beginner korean, Intermediate korean, Advanced korean, Expert korean

Anyone learning Korean might find that working on their speaking, reading and writing skills with a private Korean tutor gives them with a real boost. Private Romanian tutoring enables you to take advantage of a Korean teacher's experience on a one-to-one basis.

Private Korean lessons will provide you with the support you need to achieve your goals in the language. Our private Korean teachers can be flexible, so that whether you want to learn Korean for business or for pleasure, they will ensure that the focus of your lessons is right for you. Another advantage of private Korean tutoring over taking a language course is that you are able to set the pace. You can search for a private Korean tutor in your local area, along with student feedback on their Korean teaching.

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