|1 year||1 semester||Class hours per week||Class schedule|
|4 semester||10 weeks||(4hrs/day x 5day/week )|| Morning 09:20~13:10 (4 sessions)
Afternoon 13:20~17:10 (4 sessions)
|1 semester||Start date||End date|
|1st semester (spring semester)||March||May|
|2nd semester (summer)||June||August|
|3rd semester (fall semester)||September||November|
|4th semester (winter semester)||December||February|
The above schedule can be changed depending on visa issuance, entry, and university circumstances.
- Level 1
I can read and write Korean.
I can speak and write simple sentences using basic sentence structure
. I have the basic language skills necessary for everyday life, such as speaking names, introducing family members, and ordering food.
I can understand Korean culture related to daily life such as Korean greeting etiquette, title, and Korean dining culture.
- Level 2
I can ask and answer questions about everyday needs, such as buying things, asking for transportation, and using a hospital.
I have the language skills necessary to perform the functions necessary to use public facilities such as banks, libraries and post offices.
I can use formal and informal language that’s appropriate for the conversation and situation.
I can understand the simple culture of everyday life, such as the degree-of-kinship (Korean Chon number) visits to the hospital, and separation of garbage.
- Level 3
I can express my opinion by distinguishing the basic characteristics of written and spoken language.
I can compose short paragraphs by learning the skills of explaining, describing, and comparing.
I can understand and use frequently used proverbs and idioms.
- Level 4
I can express my thoughts accurately in context and formality.
I can understand conversations and texts of various contents in long paragraphs.
I can read various reading materials about Korea and have a deep understanding of Korean culture.