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Communicative Korean Program

Learn to speak the language of BTS, Blackpink, EXO and IU! If you're looking to learn a new language, there are plenty of reasons to choose Korean. With Korea's soft power soaring, numerous people have plunged into the culture where it all came from.


With more than 82 million people who speak Korean, it is ranked as the 18th most used language in the world. In recent years, the Korean Wave, or Hallyu, has been sweeping across Asia only to make its way into the West. This growth is only expected to continue rising as Korean movies, music, K-beauty products and culture enter more and more into the Western world.





Although at first glance it may not seem like much more than a quirky niche language to learn for fun, learning the Korean language can actually have many advantages for you. Its relative easiness, coupled with the strong popular culture behind it, makes it a fun language.

12 reasons to learn Korean: 

  • The Korean alphabet is simple

  • Speaking Korean is easy!

  • Korean has no verb conjugations

  • There are no noun genders

  • Konglish makes speaking much easier

  • Korean is a leader in World Affairs

  • Korea is useful for business

  • Discover better career prospects

  • Korea is a very beautiful country

  • Understand popular K-pop songs

  • Enjoy Korean drama

  • Korean culture may be one of the friendliest and most respectful in the world


Start Dates


June 7

July 5

August 3


August 30

September 27

October 25

Private Lessons

  • 60-minute and 90-minute lesson length available

  • Schedule your Korean lessons to best fit your schedule

  • Take lessons from the comfort of your home or office

  • All of our lessons are designed to fit your needs and help you achieve your goals quickly.

Dedicate 3-hours per week for 12 weeks to see results.


Complete one level every 12 weeks.


* Estimated schedule. Individual results may vary. ** Additional time for self-study is required.

Do you prefer learn in a group?

Schedule for Group Lessons

Two days a week
1-1/2 hours per week for 16 weeks > 24-hour program

Monday and Wednesday

7:00 am to 7:45 am

10:30 am to 11:15 am

7:00 pm to 7:45 pm

Tuesday and Thursday

8:00 am to 8:45 am

9:00 am to 9:45 am

8:30 pm to 9:15 pm

Three days a week
2-1/4 hours per week for 16  weeks > 36-hour program

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

8:00 am to 8:45 am

9:30 am to 10:15 am

8:30 pm to 9:15 pm

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

7:00 am to 7:45 am

9:30 am to 10:15 am

7:00 pm to 7:45 pm

* customized group lessons available.

* all times are shown in Eastern Time Zone

At Language Links, we offer three programs geared toward helping our students achieve their Korean language goals. Our popular programs will help you develop all five skills: grammar, listening, speaking reading, and writing, and provide you with a wealth of intercultural insight.

Through specific communication objectives and interactive activities, you will progress from basic communication situations to more complex interactions, where you must organize your ideas in order to inform, explain, narrate, convince, argue, or speak in public.

Communicative Korean

Become comfortable and confident as you learn to communicate in Korean.  Our native Korean instructors will teach students to develop all four language skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing, and provide proficiency-based sequential lessons that lead students to a high level of competence in Korean.  Students will explore Korean culture and participate in interactive, practical lessons designed to help advance their personal and professional development.

REAL Speaking - Korean

Learn how to speak Korean with us at Language Links. Students will learn Korean through daily conversation where each lesson will is based on a conversational theme. Students will learn new vocabulary, common expressions, grammatical structures, the honorific system, and even understand Korean phonetics. Each lesson is fully contained to ensure that students leave the classroom feeling confident that they’ve learned something.

Korean Society & Pop Culture

Want to understand K-pop and K-drama?

At Language Links, you can! All Korean movies, television, podcasts, and music are valuable resources to learn the Korean language.

Our students will learn, practice, and never forget Korean vocabulary, phrases, and grammar points found in popular K-Pop and K-Drama. This is a great option for students who like learning to be fun, laid-back, and conversation-based.

Our students will develop the essential skills to master the Korean language. Our methodology will help you to reach your language goals. At Language Links, you’ll forget that Korean is your second language or even your third. Take the steps to form your first sentences and speak with your Korean friends or clients with confidence!

Our classes are based on the recommendations of the CLB / NCLC, a standard reference adopted by Canadian educational systems.

✓    Native-speaking, qualified teachers         ✓    Learn at your own pace   

✓    Private lessons or Small group         ✓    Live Lessons with proven results


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Our levels


Fundamental: Level 1, 2, 3 & 4

Students are absolute beginner and are able to communicate in routine and predictable situations, in order to meet basic needs, carry out daily activities and deal with known topics of immediate personal interest.

Intermediate: Level 5, 6, 7 & 8

Students become more independent to communicate in a wider variety of everyday situations of social life, study and work, as well as in less predictable contexts.

Advanced: Level 9, 10, 11 & 12

Student can comfortably use the range of skills required to communicate effectively, appropriately, accurately and easily on most subjects, in situations and contexts from the most familiar to the most unpredictable, from the most general to the most complex.  Students understand the purpose of communication and adjust according to their audience to which they are addressing. Student develop skills for high-stakes or high-risk academic and professional settings, and in situations where the aspects of communication have a significant impact.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to learn Korean?

According to the Foreign Service Institute, it takes about 88 weeks or 2200 hours to learn Korean As with any language you want to learn, the more time you're willing to invest the faster you will learn. To make progress we recommend taking at least two Korean lessons a week.

Is Korean hard to learn?

The Foreign Service Institute ranked Korean as one the hardest languages to learn. Korean is a unique language, it belongs to the Koreanic language family and has around nine dialects. Learning a language with a new sentence structure and writing system can be daunting. Learning Korean can be hard at first, but after you've had some lessons with a private Korean instructor you will notice you're making steady progress.

How can I learn Korean?

There are many different ways to learn a new language, and it really depends on what works best for you. The key to learning a language is total immersion. With an online Korean instructor, you can learn Korean with a native speaker even though you are not in Korea. There are many more ways you can have a bit of Korea in your own home. Test your comprehension skills when you watch great films like "Oldeuboi" or "Parasite." Maybe you prefer to watch Korean dramas. And,  don't forget the international K-Pop sensation.  Use BTS, Blackpink, and other popular Korean songs to practice your pronunciation as you enjoy some tunes. For something more low-key, get comfortable on a couch and dive into the literary world of Sun-mi Hwang, Seo Jeong-Ju, or other Korean authors. Make sure to ask your Korean teacher for recommendations.



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