Program outline

The Korean Language Center (KLC) at Division of International Affairs in Seoul Women’s University was established as a professional Korean language education center to serve the purpose of providing foreigners and overseas ethnic Koreans with knowledge of the Korean language and culture.

We run regular program and summer intensive program which reflects various learning environment and demands of the students. Each curriculum focuses on the characters of individual students, and are well-organized to integrate four components of language – speaking, listening, reading, writing – while still seeking to improve each area independently.

Furthermore, we provide cultural activities as well as a buddy program to directly interact with Korean students for a more in-depth and real understanding of Korea.

Course Introduction

- Regular program

This program is intended for non-Koreans who hope to study Korean language systemically to move on to an undergraduate or a graduate level education in Korea. There are six levels in total and it takes about 1.5 years to complete from level 1 to 6.

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- Summer Intensive Program

This specialized intensive program is intended for students from Japanese university and helps them improve their Korean language skills by attending Korean language and culture class as well as providing opportunity to experience Korean traditional culture.

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- Special Class

Provides students with short conversation class in group as well as 1:1 tutoring to improve Korean conversation skills in a short period.

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Go to website of the Korean Language Center