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Intermediate Korean I

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Students applying for Intermediate Korean I should have knowledge of basic Korean, including an understanding of a limited number of irregular predicates, the past and future tenses, honorifics, and the polite speech style. This course explores additional irregular predicates, conjunctions, sentence transformations, and other speech styles, along with various cultural contexts. Intermediate Korean I adds approximately 36 basic grammar rules and 250 new words to those learned in Introductory courses. Upon the completion of the course, students should be able to describe personal experiences, hobbies, employment, fashion, and changes, and also be able to exchange their own information.

(Prerequisites: Introductory Korean III or equivalent ability demonstrated on a placement exam.)

Textbook: Active Korean 3 CH. 1 - 6
Seoul National University Language Institute
Published by Munjin Media

Please be advised that The Korea Society is moving to 350 Madison Ave. (between 44th & 45th) in July. Therefore classes will be held at two locations during summer semester. From May 29-June 29, classes will take place at our current address. From July 1-August 16th, classes will be held at our new address. This schedule is subject to change.


Intermediate Korean I

Tuesdays, 6:15 - 8 PM (May 30 - August 15)
Begins Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Instructor: Seunghee Back


If you have any questions, please contact Jahee Yu or (212) 759-7525, ext. 301.


About the Instructor

 Seunghee Back received her B.A. in Korean Language Education and M.A. and Ph.D. in Korean Language and Literature from Sangmyung University in Seoul, Korea. Dr. Back has taught Korean language courses at all levels from Beginner to Advanced at Sangmyung University since 2006. She was a core member in developing Korean Language textbooks for the Korea Institute for Curriculum and Evaluation, and has contributed to the publication of several textbooks. Back was a co-researcher for the Korean curriculum and material development research report that helped overseas Koreans understand how to better teach Korean. Most recently she taught Korean language and culture at advanced levels for Manhattan Korean School for the past 3 years.







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