If you want to learn Korean in Singapore, you’ll find no lack of language schools that offer Korean classes.
In our directory, you can find an overview of most Korean classes that are available in Singapore.
There are so many that you may be a bit bewildered on how to choose.
Many discussions in forums and blogs are just about comparing one school to another and finding the “best” one.
But what’s “best” for your friend, may not be best for you. It depends on what you want to achieve. Here are a few common scenarios and suggestions on what to choose.
Scenario 1: You’re a beginner Korean learner and want to study part-time (evenings or weekends)
In my previous post, I shared some really informal ways for learning Korean online though YouTube channels and podcasts. This second post links to some online Korean lessons that will be helpful for you if you’re looking for a more serious online learning method.
6 Years ago, my friend introduced me to Goong, a Korean Drama about the story of an ordinary girl who lived in the Palace and lived like a Princess. It was the first Kdrama (short for Korean Drama) that I ever watched and loved it! I was so affected by the story that I even bought my own DVD so that I can watch it anytime I want to! And I also downloaded the soundtrack for the drama because I always feel moved (and sometimes teary-eyed!) whenever I listen to the song.
But that wasn’t enough for me. I wanted to learn Korean for it. That was what got me into self-studying Korean. I know lots of you out there are like me. I know we share the same dream – we want to learn Korean so that we won’t depend on subtitles anymore. So let me share some of the things I tried and things that I think will help in learning the Korean language: