About Us

We believe that learning Korean effectively is about more than hard work and putting in the hours. That's why we make sure our Korean course materials are ultra-relevant and interesting.

Our Korean classes are Singapore's smallest with no more than 6 students! This way, we make sure we can give you all the support you need during your journey of learning Korean.

It is why it's never too late to learn Korean. Come join us and have fun learning Korean at Hana Korean Language School!

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The Korean class was wonderful. I learned many, many words and found I could understand a great deal. It added to my desire to keep learning and I find I can go back to the handouts and class materials to practice.”
Penny Wee

The Team

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Candy Lee

Candy Lee, our Centre Manager is from Surabaya, Indonesia. She is a linguist and speaks four languages; English, Mandarin, Bahasa Indonesia and Korea. She came to Singapore to find work and have settled here ever since. She connect easily with everyone and when she is not teaching, she will be hard at work refining the syllabus. She loves languages and had co-developed 3 other language brands "Yi Mandarin" "IndoSlang" and "English Express". Over the years, her work has benefited many expats to learn a new language.

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Ammy Ng

Ammy Ng is our student care manager. Her cheerful personality and always eager and ready to help makes her probably the best student care manager in the world. She is the person to go to for any request you need during the course of your studies. Request such as makeup classes, class cancellation and etc. The only thing you need to do for her is to be polite when you request.

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Jin Young Park

Jin moved to Singapore with her family in 2004. Prior to that, she was teaching in Evander Language Centre in Korea.
She loves meeting new people and is curious how human minds work. Apparently, different people pick up a new language differently, and Jin loves finding ways for each student to learn Korean easily.
To her, teaching a language is not only about how well the student can speak, but it is also about exposing them to a different culture. She is a firm believer of the close relationship between language and culture.
Through learning the language, one can attempt to understand the thinking process and social behaviour of the people. This is key to establishing a successful relationship in a multi-cultural business and social environment. She is excited to be able to drive the love of Korean culture to Singapore and beyond.