Posted By AraKorean Language School on 01/01/1970 in Korean

Korean Phonics + Alphabet

The Korean alphabet, called “Hangeul (한글)“, was created in 1443 by King Sejong the Great. Hangeul is one of Korea’s most beloved cultural assets. The original name of Hangeul, Hunmingjeong-eum is designated as National Treasure #70. In addition, UNESCO has designated Hunmingjeong-eum  as a Memory of the World.

We would like to give you very special lessons on phonics. Before joining our regular Beginner Class, you will get special support from our Korean teachers so that you can easily learn how to combine the vowels and consonants, pronounce and write Korean words and sentences. Our phonics lessons, together with basic expressions, consist of eight lessons. (1 lesson = 1.5 hour or 2 hours)

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