If you’re just starting to learn Korean or have no single background of the language, the Hangeul characters might seem a bit intimidating even just by looking at it. But hey—we have to start somewhere. Hana Korean Language School’s basic Korean classes are perfect for those who want or need to start from scratch. One of the first lessons you will learn is reading and writing Hangul, then understanding simple Korean.
Now, imagine yourself watching your favorite Korean movies, melodramas and K-pop music videos without the need for subtitles. Or be able to sing along with your best-loved Korean song! How cool is that, right? You will be able to do all that when you enroll at our basic korean classes.
How cool would it be if you sent an Instagram message to your favourite Korean star, and can read their reply in Hanguel?
So, don’t wait any longer. Learn basic Korean language at Hana Korean!
If you are not looking for Basic Korean classes, we have classes for other levels as well.
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You like Korean K-pop culture and you follow your favourite K-pop stars' Instagram and Facebook. You been using Google Translate to communicate with them. Unfortunately, you cannot verify the accuracy of the translation, so you are not sure if you sound OK to them.
At Hana Korean, we understand your predicament, so we have customized a set of syllabuses to give you a head start in the Korean language. With our small class size and dedicated trainers, you can finally have a simple conversation with your Korean friends, order your favourite dishes in Korean and read your idols' posts in social media.
If you are 25 years old and a Singapore citizen, you can even study free using your Skillsfuture credits! What are you waiting for?
Lessons are conducted with proprietary materials developed by Hana Korean.
The class activities are learner-centric, and will incorporate real world scenarios. Besides our textbook, additional materials will be provided according to students’ needs.
Total course duration: 20 hours
|Korean alphabet (1)
How to greet with people in a polite way and introduce yourself.
|Korean alphabet (2)
Mentioning your nationality
Asking and answering questions about nationalities
|Korean alphabet (3)
Discussing your job
Asking and answering questions about occupations
|Talking about objects and animals around us.
Asking about and answering about the names of objects and animals
|5||Family||Introducing family members.
Asking and answering who people are.
|6||Places||Talking about places, where the places are, and how to get them|
|7||Ordering Food||Talking about Korean numbers
Ordering food in a Korean restaurant
|8||Telephone number||Sino-Korean numbers.
Making phone calls and answering telephones
|9||Shopping||Buying things and asking the prices of things|
|10||Daily Life||Expressing time and what you are doing in your daily schedule|
Asking and answering one’s schedule on Weekday/weekend
|2||Present tense||Present verb form
Talking about events and daily activities in the present
|3||Food||Expressing what food you like/dislike
Expressing tastes of food
|4||Wants||Expressing desire to want/do something
Expressing desire to not want/do something
|5||Ability||Expressing one’s ability to do something|
|6||Past tense||Talking about events and daily activities in the past|
|7||adjectives||Using adjectives in daily conversation|
|8||Future tense||Talking about events and daily activities in the future|
|9||illness||Learning about body parts and how to describes symptoms of an illness|
|10||transportation||Learning about transportation in our daily lives|
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Small Group Class (6 pax)
Some language courses can be boring. Classes here are taught through various methods that strengthen both listening and understanding skills, together with a special focus on vocabulary. What is more, my teacher is open, patient and very helpful, which is a great asset in learning a language in a friendly and relaxing environment. The class I am in is very small (7 pax), which is a plus as I have more opportunity to practice with the teacher!
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.”