REGULAR KOREAN COURSE
Regular Korean Course is for students who want to improve Korean from the basics to the advanced level. On the first day of school, you receive an orientation and a Korean level test. Through this course, you learn a comprehensive Korean language (speaking, listening, reading and writing), especially speaking-focused lessons. As learning of language grows through continued using, Rolling Korea strives to give you such an environment and opportunity. Various social programs and cultural activities allow students to interact with each other and native Koreans. Such engaging learning experiences widen your understanding of overall Korea history and society. You could track your progress by taking written and speaking assessment test every two weeks. We aim compact classes to make sure every student could have enough feedback time and feel comfortable before move on to the next chapter.
|1 week ~ 52 weeks|
|3~8 people (Max 12)|
|15 hours per week|
|Beginner to Advanced|
|Every first Monday|
Expected Results From The Class
Gain confidence in the use of Korean
Improve your pronunciation and fluency
Enhance your overall Korean skills
Speaking, writing, reading and listening
Understand language and culture
Learn beyond the language
Seoul Race is one of Rolling Korea's famous cultural activities. Your team will compete against other teams for awards. Complete your mission through teamwork with the Korean language you learned in the classroom. Missions include picking up specific items, taking pictures with specific people, winning staff in mini-games. At the end of the race, the referee will assess how well you have performed on each mission. A team with the highest score wins.
Enjoy Korean traditional costumes and traditional games. Korean hanbok has a different taste than traditional clothes of neighboring countries. Unlike fitting casual wears, Hanbok is a bit larger for the comfort. You can put colorful embroidery on it to create a variety of atmosphere. Among many traditional games, Yut-nori is popular. It is a teamwork strategy game. Two teams catch each other's stones by throwing four sticks and whoever passes their stones to the finish line wins.
Make Korean friends of your ages at Buddy Day. It is a great opportunity to make Korean friends who have similar interests. Keep in touch with them even when you go back to your home country. Ask your best regards via messenger and keep a good relationship with them. Local friends are a great help in learning the language. Many students have made Korean friends through the activity and have improved their speaking skills.
Study in Cafe
Visit exotic Korean cafes not seen overseas. Rolling Korea students have various nationalities as many kinds as Hong-dae cafes. Take time to get to know each other by speaking in Korean you learned in class. Enjoy delicious food and desserts while playing fun Korean games.