Tagged under: korean-studies

January 1, 3000 | 12:00 am
Since 1997, the Korean Studies department has engaged children in various presentations and Korean folk-art activities through visits to NYC preschool, elementary, middle, and high schools. These programs are designed to help students make social, cultural, and historical connections. School visits are offered at no cost to the school. Please… MORE
January 28, 2017 | 1:00 pm
Celebrate Sŏllal, the Korean New Year, with a day of fun-filled family activities at The Korea Society! Enjoy storytelling based on Korean folk tales and practice sebae, the New Year’s bow, to show respect for elders. Play a Korean hand-drum, learn brush painting, compete in traditional games, and more!  … MORE
January 25, 2017 | 6:15 pm
FULL CAPACITY This class builds additional basic conversation skills and vocabulary. It covers the grammar and vocabulary necessary for everyday conversation, such as expressing obligation/necessity and providing excuses/reasons as well as honorific expressions. (Prerequisite: Introductory Korean I or equivalent ability demonstrated on the placement exam.) Textbook: Active Korean 2 (w/CD) -… MORE
January 24, 2017 | 8:00 pm
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.… MORE
January 24, 2017 | 8:00 pm
Intermediate Korean III aims to promote the active use of Korean at work, museum, and travel-agency settings. As a continuation of Intermediate II, this course adds approximately 36 advanced grammar forms and 240 new expressions related to dreams, regrets, work, traditional culture, and trips. Upon completion of the course, students will… MORE
January 24, 2017 | 6:30 pm
Expanding on Intermediate Korean I, Intermediate II introduces students to more advanced grammar and vocabulary, as well as the information necessary to handle more complex cultural contexts. This course focuses on abstract topics, such as information, true and false, conflict and worry, and incidents and accidents, and introduces indirect speech forms… MORE
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