1 class in-person in New York has spots left, and 1 class live online is available.
Annyeonghaseyo! Whether you are looking for one-on-one lessons or want to form a group with friends and family, ABC Languages customized program is a great way to build your Korean skills with lessons designed just for you! Our team of language experts will match you with one of our professional Korean instructors who will craft a curriculum for your learning needs and goals. Lessons are available online or at your home or office in Manhattan....
ABC Languages @ Online
An-nyoung haseyo! Whether you are looking for one-on-one lessons or want to form a group with friends and family, ABC Languages customized online program is a great way to build your Korean skills with lessons designed just for you! Our team of language experts will match you with one of our professional Korean instructors who will craft a curriculum for your learning needs and goals. Here is an outline of how our program works: Step 1: To...
COEI @ 38 W 32nd St, New York, NY 10001
This personalized small Korean group lessons are designed for students learning conversational Korean. You can register for a single 2-hour class, or a group class (5 sessions/10 hours). See available dates below.
Thousands of classes. No expiration. You choose the $ amount. Select a category or let the recipient pick.
Science, Language & Arts Int’l School @ **Virtual Classroom
This course is ideal for beginners and false beginners students to learn the basics of listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Korean. Each week, the class focuses on a different practical use of the language through fun, immersive lessons. By the end of the course, students grow more confident in understanding and communicating in basic Korean, and will begin to read and write simple phrases.
Try removing some filters.
Korean is one of the top ten most popular languages in the world today for people trying to learn a second language, and its popularity is only growing. According to the Asian American Federation, over 90,000 Koreans live in New York City, and for many of them, Korean is their primary language. The largest Korean population in NYC is centered in the borough of Queens, followed by Manhattan, then Brooklyn. Korean is a member of the Koreanic language family, the only other member of which is the lesser-known Jeju. Within Korean itself, several dialects can be found as well. In most Korean classes, the Central Korean dialect is taught.
Learning Korean is a terrific way to learn more about the Korean culture and way of life in NYC. As your proficiency grows, you can plug into a larger community of Korean speakers, such as the Korean American Community Foundation. Studies show that expanding our social networks and meeting new people is a great way to relieve stress.
Let's face it, NYC can be a fast-paced and sometimes hectic place to live. After all, it is the City That Never Sleeps. Learning Korean will help you to stay productive in your free time and keep you mentally sharp. Countless groups, clubs, and organizations promote Korean culture in the city, and learning Korean is the perfect way to get engaged with them.
The demand for bilingual workers is on the rise, so learning Korean would make you an attractive hire for businesses and organizations. According to Gitnux, bilingual employees earn 2-4% more than their monolingual counterparts, and being bilingual can increase earning potential by up to 20% per hour. Learning Korean will not only make you more interesting, but it will also yield tangible results in the marketplace.
Private Korean Lessons from ABC Languages is an in-person course offered in Midtown Manhattan, NYC. This class is open to all experience levels, but it is particularly beneficial for those who have little to no experience speaking Korean. A professional team of language experts will craft lessons for your specific learning needs and goals. Classes are offered seven days a week, and there are a number of different packages to choose from. Go to CourseHorse today to reserve your spot because they're going fast!
Learn about Korean Restaurant Favorites from the experts at Home Cooking New York. A whole menu of delectable Korean dishes will be at your fingertips in this course designed to teach you the basics of Korean cuisine. Participants will receive a packet of delicious recipes to take home with them, and the class culminates in a full, sit-down Korean meal.
In this class, you will cook (and eat!) Pork Belly Bo Ssam with Ssam Sauce and Gingery Scallions, Sweet Potato Glass Noodles with Seasoned Vegetables (also known as Japchae), Spicy Braised Tofu or Dubu-Jurim, and at the end of the course you will take home a batch of homemade kimchi for you to ferment yourself.
Learn how to make some of your favorite Korean dishes in Introduction to Korean Cooking. Home Cooking New York hosts this course designed to teach beginners the basics of Korean cuisine. Every class is hands-on and demonstration based. Participants will learn how to prepare and cook Kimchi Jjigae (Pork Belly, Tofu, and Kimchi Hot Pot), Goon Mandoo (Pan-Fried Handmade Pork Dumplings), Beef Bulgogi with Sticky Rice and Accompaniments, and Kimchi Fried Rice with Fried Egg
Have you ever wanted to learn the ancient art of papermaking? Well here's your chance, in Korean Papermaking: Joomchi and Beyond, presented by 92nd Street Y. Located at the famed and dynamic 92nd Street Y on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in NYC, this course is open to all experience levels and participants 18 and older.
Explore joomchi, the traditional Korean practice of making textured handmade paper. You will learn about the history, practice, and role of this exquisite art in Korean culture. This class will be led by Jiyoung Young, a preeminent practitioner of the art of joomchi. The supplies list for this class is relatively long, so if you sign up be prepared to purchase and bring the necessary supplies for the class. This is a great way to learn more about Korean culture as you take part in fun, hands-on activities geared toward creating stunning works of art.
For every person, there is a different learning style, and nowadays it's relatively easy to find a class that will work for how you learn best. Classes can generally be broken down into in-person and online, but even within each of these categories, there are a number of more specialized modes of delivery.
Online synchronous classes are classes that occur via live video stream, for example, through Zoom. In this mode, you receive live feedback from an experienced instructor, and often you can even chat with your classmates as the class progresses. Online asynchronous classes take place online, usually through a website or web application, but there is no live element to it. You complete assignments at your own pace, though generally speaking you still have to submit assignments by particular dates set by the instructor.
In-person classes are the tried-and-true method of learning in a physical space with an instructor and classmates. Scheduling is important to ensure that classes begin and end on time and that you turn in assignments when they are due. Teaching or lecture sessions in which a knowledge instructor delivers lessons in person form the basis of such classes. One great benefit to in-person classes is the hands-on element that's often included.
Still, in this day and age, time is at a premium, and online Korean classes are convenient for many who want to learn Korean but may not have the time or means to commute long distances. Online classes make it easy to attend from anywhere, even from the comfort of your own home, and there's a wider variety of subject matter in virtual courses. Thankfully CourseHorse makes it easy to find online Korean classes.
Online Private Korean Lessons from ABC Languages is a beginner-level virtual course open to anyone with little to no experience in Korean. Classes are held online through Microsoft Teams, and all you need to attend is a computer or device and a reliable internet connection. This course is a great way for the beginner to build a solid knowledge base in Korean. ABC language advisors tailor curriculums on an individual basis, so you learn based on your own interests and goals. A number of packages at various price points are available, so it's easy to find a delivery method that works for you.
Korean: Total Beginner is a virtual course for the new language learner presented by ABC Languages SF. Expert language instructors guide you from the very first class in the basics of conversational Korean. This class is open to anyone with a wifi connection and a smart device or computer. The flat fee for this course is $350, but materials are not included in this price. At the end of the course, you will have the option of adding more lessons to continue progressing as a fluent Korean speaker. Receive live feedback from experienced instructors and plug into the Korean language community.
Beginning language courses are a great way to build camaraderie and have a little fun while improving communication on your team. Schedule a Korean class as a unique and engaging team-building event for your business or organization. CourseHorse has live virtual classes that they can deliver directly to you and your team.
Korean classes for private groups in NYC are a popular way for teams to synergize and build creativity in a supportive and fun environment. New classes are being added all the time, so if you don't see the particular class you're looking for, check back again and often. Even if CourseHorse does not have a Korean class listed publicly at the moment, they can provide one for your group and within your schedule.
Reach out to a knowledgeable CourseHorse representative through the contact form on their site to learn about the options available to private groups. Click the link above, and once you're on the CourseHorse homepage, navigate to the Contact Us button. Filling out the form is quick, easy, and you can tell them exactly the kind of class you want to have set up for your team.
Booking with CourseHorse is a snap when you're working with their flexible and responsive team. If you don't know the size of your group now, you update it on the fly even after you've booked your class. Confirmation for your booking is always sent within 24 hours or less, and there are no booking fees. Whether you work with your team in Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, or WebEx, CourseHorse can support it through its robust platform.
Give the perfect gift
Buy a gift card
Want some assistance finding a class?
Get in touch
Explore Our Team Building Experiences
More in Language
Get special date and rate options for your group. Submit the form below and we'll get back to you within 2 business hours with pricing and availability.