We All Want To Learn Korean When We Live Here, But…
Once you get to Korea, you will find out two things:
- There are a LOT of free, online Korean resources.
- There are quite a few Korean classes that you can take at universities or local community centers (if you are in a big city).
However, if you are not well organized and disciplined, or you have no clue where to begin with your Korean language learning, the plethora of free resources will probably be overwhelming and potentially only discourage you.
Likewise, though there are many Korean classes to choose from, they are typically on the weekends, on a Saturday morning or afternoon. This means that you have to commit your weekends to studying Korean, when you could be resting or traveling.
Enter Korean Digital Academy
Korean Digital Academy (KDA) knows that you need “simple video explanations and live practice of the Korean language.” Instead of piling on resources, KDA works directly with you and your level. You are assigned a class of no more than five students at your same skill level. This class meets twice a week, and the kicker is it’s all online. KDA takes advantage of video conferencing software and allows you to study Korean under a native speaker, with others, without ever leaving your home!
If you are outside of a major city, don’t know where to start, or don’t want to meet for Korean class on the weekends, Korean Digital Academy might be the best solution for you.
Your first month is only $10!
Click here to go to their webpage and sign up.