During the quarantine, many have found new hobbies and started binge-watching new shows and movies. If you’ve been dreaming of watching your favorite K-dramas without the subtitles, be able to communicate well for your next travels, or are simply a fan of K-pop, you now have the chance to learn the Korean language for free.
In a Facebook post, the Korean Culture Center of the Philippines shared they would be opening an online language class for beginners for its pilot run. This course is targeted for those who have little to no knowledge about the Korean Language, so it’s totally beginner-friendly.
Students aged 13-17 are required to provide a waiver for their parents’ consent.
What’s the class schedule?
The course will run for 10 weeks, from August 6 to October 9, 2020. Classes are scheduled twice a week: Thursday and Friday, from 9 AM-12 NN. However, there are only 30 slots available for the free classes — here’s hoping they open more up!
The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines is under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Korea and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines.
Registration will begin on July 30. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org