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Lilly A.

Columbia, MD

About Lilly

Lilly A. received her Bachelor in Music, Vocal Performance from The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. She also attended The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins and received her Masters degree from The University of Maryland. *** Studio Equipment *** The lessons occurs in my living room with a beautiful baby grand piano. A waiting area is available for parents. *** Travel Equipment *** I expect student to provide piano or electric keyboard. *** Specialties *** Breathing Management (Talking and Singing) Music Theory Classical Singing Presentation of yourself


Anna W. April 1, 2015
Korean · In home
Verified Student
My first Korean lesson was really great. I think that Lilly
Is a natural- born teacher. She taught me the
Korean alphabet & shared not only language
help, but an insight into Korean culture, which
I find very interesting & useful as I learn the
language. Thanks to Lilly!
Christine C. October 18, 2014
Piano · In studio
Verified Student
Ms. Lilly is an excellent piano teacher. She has exceeded my expectations by teaching my young daughter piano in a fun atmosphere. My daughter looks forward to her piano lessons with Ms. Lilly and I am very pleased with her progress.
Mara K. February 15, 2014
Verified Student
Outstanding artist and teacher!

Lilly is a thoughtful instructor. I loved how she took time to understand my child's level of instruction and ways to learn best. I was particularly impressed with her follow through. She took time during a non scheduled day to e-mail and ask if my student had any questions. These things inspire my daughter to practice and is helping her to love the piano. Thank you Lilly!

Andy Y.

Ellicott City, MD

About Andy

Hi my name is Andy Y.. I soon will be a graduate of Marriotts Ridge High School. I am greatly dedicated towards learning different kind of languages, as well as simple and basic math skills. As I will have a quite bit of time during summer, I am willing to teach Korean of any level, and for German, upto German 3 Honors in high school. And for math, I would be able to teach anything up to algebra 1, or up to Geometry if preferred. I would prefer teaching at a certain location. Thank you


Keulin H.

Severn, MD

Reading, writing, listening and speaking lessons as well as specialized one-on-one conversation practice to improve confidence and fluency

About Keulin

Korean native speaker experienced in teaching Korean to English speakers. I can recommend a text book or we can work from one you already have, the choice is yours. Reading, writing, listening and speaking tutoring available conveniently online from the comfort of your own home to save you transportation costs! I also specialize in one-on-one conversation practice to improve your fluency and confidence!


Donna G. May 11, 2015
Korean · Online
Verified Student
I have been teaching myself Korean Hangul for a while and was not progressing enough. Especially when it came to pronunciation changes. Having the opportunity to speak with a native Korean made a huge difference. Keulin is enthusiastic and very informative on how Korean's live culturally. This is an inspiring bonus to learning the language. Although, I am not per say a college student he has tailored the lessons to fit my needs. Kudos to Keulin!
Michelle W. November 26, 2014
Korean · Online
Verified Student
Thank goodness I found Keulin when I did! I'd been learning Korean on my own for about 6 to 7 months and in the short time that Keulin's been teaching me, he's helped me understand all the nuances of the language and pronunciation that I didn't before. I like that he is a native Korean person so I know that I am learning the right way. He is meticulous and isn't afraid to correct my pronunciation and each lesson is fun and filled with interesting cultural information on Korea. Learning hangeul before taking formal lessons has helped me a great deal. I've been able to quickly grasp the meaning of words and whole sentences. Not only am I learning the proper way to speak Korean, I'm also learning to craft my own Korean sentences. Keulin has allowed me to incorporate my love of Kdrama, variety shows, and Kpop into my lessons. No longer am I frustrated or fearful of learning Korean, I eagerly look forward to each lesson, all thanks to Keulin!

Jenny C.

Baltimore, MD

My major is Korean language education. I used to teach Korean language and literature at high school for 5 years. I can teach not only Korean language but also culture like food, literature, etc. if you want. I hope to be a friend with my students.

About Jenny

Hi. I'm Jenny. I am Korean and I used to teach Korean language at high school for 5years. I graduated from university in Korea and my major was Korean language education. So, I think I have a lot of knowledge about Korean language and know well how to teach to the students. Also, I'm very interested in teaching Korean to foreigners and hope to be a friend with someone who is interested in Korean or Korean culture. I can teach you not only language but also culture like food if you want. My English ability is intermediate or advanced, so I can teach no matter who is beginer or expert. I very appreciate your interest in Korea and it makes me have a pride of my country.


Sean D. April 20, 2015
Korean · In studio
Verified Student
Jenny Sunsangnim is an experienced Korean teacher with a strong understanding of the foundations of Korean and a knack for keeping you engaged throughout the lesson. I strongly recommend Jenny Sunsangnim to both beginning and advanced speakers of Korean.
Laurel S. April 15, 2015
Korean · Online
Verified Student
She is more than I could have ever hoped for! She has taught before and teaching seems natural and easy for her. She prepares for the lessons really well and is happy to answer any and all questions. I'm very happy and grateful that she is my teacher! ^^

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