• Winter: 01/10/2023 - 03/28/2023 (12 Weeks)
  • Spring: 04/18/2023 - 07/11/2023 (12 Weeks)
  • Summer: 07/25/2023 - 08/22/2023 (5 Weeks)
  • Fall: 09/12/2023 - 11/28/2023 (12 Weeks)

Spring Semester Detail

  • Classes are designed for those who wish to learn about the Korean language and culture.
  • Must be a US resident and at least 18 years of age as of the first class.
  • Classes may be canceled without notice due to unforeseen circumstances.
  • Maximum 20 students depending on the class.
  • It will be closed on Independence Day

Registration for the Next Session will be opened 2 weeks before the first day of each semester.

Tuition Refund Policy: If the student completes less than 50%, refunds will be issued based on the number of classes you took. If the student completes 50% or more of the enrollment, no refund will be issued.

Course Levels

Introductory Korean

7:00PM-9:00PM on Tuesday

Introductory Korean is for students who cannot yet read or write in Hangeul. Students will learn to put consonants, vowels, and consonant-endings together to read and write with ease. Students will also learn basic phrases and grammar.


Fee 100
Basic A

7:00PM-9:00PM on Tuesday

Students will learn Korean sentence structures and verb conjugations so that they can introduce themselves, describe people and objects in their immediate environment, and use shopping phrases.

Fee 100
Basic B

7:00PM-9:00PM on Tuesday

Our Basic B Class is a continuation of the Basic A class. Newcomers who pass the Proficiency Examination for this level are also eligible to take this course, but students must already be comfortable reading and writing in Hangeul. This class introduces a higher level of basic grammar, vocabulary, and language structure, so students can build tools to converse more confidently and become more familiar with the spoken and written Korean language. This class uses interactive exercises to improve conversational skills through grammatical accuracy and situational drills.


Fee 100
Intermediate A

7:00PM-9:00PM on Tuesday

Intermediate Korean A is the first quarter in the continuation of Intermediate Korean A, B, C and is designed for students who have completed Basic B or have the equivalent proficiency. The goal of this course is to equip students with intermediate communicative skills in all areas; listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

Fee 100
Intermediate B

7:00PM-9:00PM on Tuesday

Intermediate B is a continuation of Intermediate A, B, C and is designed for students who have completed Intermediate Korean A or have the equivalent proficiency. Intermediate B will cover 12 lessons in the textbook. We will review some of the grammar patterns learned in Intermediate A as we continue to build vocabulary and learn new grammar patterns. Regular attendance, review, and completion of assignments will help you understand and retain the material.

Fee 100


Parking & Location

  • We do offer FREE PARKING.
  • You can enter through Dunsmuir Ave.
  • No validation is needed.
  • King Sejong Institute Center, USA
    5509 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036