(*NEW*) Level 1 - For Complete Beginners

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800+ topic related vocabulary words
150+ grammar structures & expressions
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(*NEW*) Level 1 - For Complete Beginners

🌟NEW COURSE!🌟

LAUNCH SPECIAL: Buy 40 lessons, get 3 free Hangul lessons! (Expires: August 17, 2018)

📚 This is a complete beginner-level course designed for students that are new to Korean and only know the Korean alphabet. Even if you know some very basic Korean phrases, this course will be very useful for you in providing you with a comprehensive beginner-level knowledge of common vocab, expressions, and grammar structures.

After completing this course, you will be able to introduce yourself to others, answer basic questions about yourself, tell time, count money, order food, ask for help, and formulate basic phrases for everyday use. You will not only learn the most practical vocabulary and grammar, but also learn about Korean culture and phrases that are used most often by native speakers.

✔️For "How to Use SAY Level 1 Curriculum", click here.

(All prices already include 10% tax.)

Recommended for:

• students who know the Korean alphabet but not much about anything else
• students who know a few Korean words or basic phrases with reasonable accuracy
• students who want to articulate basic words and phrases clearly with good pronunciation
• students who want to pick up Korean more quickly than when self-studying

Curriculum for this Course:

Click here to see the full syllabus

Topic Title
1. Hello.
2. I am Korean.
3. Is this a Korean book?
4. What is near your house?
5. How many members are in your family?
6. There is not a lot of homework.
7. The scenery is very beautiful.
8. Shall we eat bulgogi?
9. I’m going to the department store in front of the company.
10. Please give me two tteokbokki and one gimbap.
11. I work from 9AM to 6PM.
12. I want to watch a movie.
13. How much is this?
14. I am on my way to go buy apples and pears.
15. I want to give my mom a gift.
16. I am going to eat samgyeopsal and naengmyeon.
17. How long does it take from your house to the office?
18. It is very rainy and windy.
19. What did you do this weekend?
20. It is a little difficult but fun.
21. Please tell me your email address.
22. What would you like to order?
23. Should I buy the cake?
24. I play tennis about three times a week.
25. It is in front of the elevator.
26. I really like sweet chocolates like these.
27. I bought clothes to wear at the graduation party as well.
28. I had dinner with an older friend from college.
29. Let’s not go to the billiard room since it is too far away.
30. Can I exchange this skirt with the same one of a different color?
31. I went on a trip to Italy for three weeks.
32. Shall we grab a cup of coffee before class?
33. It is hard to choose because there are so many items on the menu.
34. Have you ever watched a Korean drama?
35. I sent you a text message yesterday – did you check it?
36. Try going to the Namdaemun Market.
37. It’s hot these days, so it’s hard to manage long hair.
38. If he grabbed money, he must become wealthy later.
39. I wish I were diligent like you, Jina.
40. I listen to them often to practice Korean but they are too fast.

Tutors

  • Aejung Ham
  • Hyunsuk Roh
  • Insook Chang
  • Kyewon Lee
  • Marina Jeong
  • Mikyoung Kim
  • Sangyong Lee
  • Sun Cho
  • Younggun Kwon
  • Yongmi Ji

Featured Reviews

User

Brandi Wilson

6 days ago ((A1) Beginner)

As usual, I enjoyed class with Mrs. Kim. We studied vocabulary related to prepositions and locations. She was very patient with reviewing pronunciation and answering my questions. She even helped me learn a helpful phrase for my job!

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Lavontte Gardner

8 days ago ((A1) Beginner)

Thanks for helping me learn Korean! You make it so easy to understand.

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Penelope Baggs

12 days ago ((A2) Upper Beginner)

Thanks for another great lesson!

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Penelope Baggs

19 days ago ((A2) Upper Beginner)

Thanks for all the extra, personalized bits! I'll be studying throughout the week. Thanks again for tonight :)

User

Brandi Wilson

20 days ago ((A1) Beginner)

I really enjoyed studying with Ms. Kim. She was very patient, funny, and easy to talk to. We practiced using —지 않아요 and adjective vocabulary.

Expiration and Refund Policy

    Expiration and Refund Policy:

    The lessons provided by SAY are sold in a variety of groupings.
    • 1 lesson - expiration 30 days after purchase
    • 3 lessons - expiration 50 days after purchase
    • 5 lessons - expiration 65 days after purchase
    • 7 lessons - expiration 80 days after purchase
    • 10 lessons - expiration 100 days after purchase
    • 15 lessons - expiration 135 days after purchase
    • 20 lessons - expiration 170 days after purchase
    • 40 lessons - expiration 300 days after purchase

    You may cancel your SAY account at any time and SAY will issue a refund according to the following terms.
    1. All refunds are applicable to the portion of the Service that is completely unused. For lessons that have never been scheduled, you will get 100% of your money refunded if cancelled within 30 days of purchase and 50% refunded after that point.
    2. For lessons that took place, no refunds will be issued.
    3. For lessons that are expired, no refunds will be issued.
    4. For lessons that are cancelled and/or rescheduled less than 24 hours before the scheduled class time, no refunds will be issued.
    5. For lessons that have been provided for free, no refunds will be issued.
    6. In case you purchased a package with a discount, lessons that took place will be calculated at regular price and be deducted from the total amount of refund.

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Education:
  • · Helsinki School of Economics in Finland, MBA
  • · Korean Language Teacher Certificate - Level 3
Work Experience:
  • · Financial Management Department, Solar Park Korea (7 years)
  • · Enterprise IR Department, Millinet Solar (3 years)
  • · Global Operations Department, Huons Pharmaceutical (8 years)