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Average Cost of Korean Lessons

The average cost of 60-minute Korean lessons is $49. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $27 and $69 per hour.

30-min $15
 
$29 average
$43
45-min $20
 
$38 average
$54
60-min $27
 
$49 average
$69

For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute Korean lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute Korean lessons are 23% less expensive at $38, and 30-minute lessons cost 41% less at $29.

Curious how much Korean lessons cost in your area? Do a quick search to get local prices for the best Korean teachers .

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Jihye L.

San Gabriel, CA
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Jamee C.

Nashville, TN
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About Jihye L.

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Are you interested in learning Korean?? Love Korean dramas and Kpop? Are you planning on visiting Korea? 안녕하세요! I am a CERTIFIED Korean language teacher and have been teaching Korean at Korean language schools in America since 2000.
If you register my classes you will learn not only speaking, writing, listening skills but also culture and manners of Korea. Are you ready to learn "Hangeul"?
Now you know who to contact!!

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Charles February 12, 2018
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Jihye is a great teacher. She has good material (vocab/grammar), checks your pronunciation, etc. She helps me understand the language when I ask questions about it. She goes above and beyond to relate the material to what you're using Korean for and what you're interested in. 5 stars!
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Hannah B. January 9, 2018
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Vilina January 4, 2018
· Korean · Online
It was good experience, The teacher was warm and kept to subject matter

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I was born in the Republic of Korea - commonly known as South Korea. I started my linguistics career as a tutor and an instructor and have made my way up through working as a textbook writer, interpreter, translator, and voice-over into the position I am in now.

I have taught students from various backgrounds, Koreans, Americans, Korean-Americans, Chinese from age 5 to as old as a professor in his 50s. I am able to customize the lesson to fit the needs of the student and capitalizing on my skills as a cultural consultant, am able to provide a mend in the cultural gap, and not solely on linguistics.

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Caitlin July 5, 2017
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Jamee is a great teacher and she is incredibly accommodating to not only schedule conflicts but to different learning styles. I have been tutored by her for almost a year now and I am very happy with my how far I've progressed. Her materials and lessons are easy to look back on, and her patience helps keep me encouraged.
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David May 19, 2017
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I requested lessons for my 8 year old son. Jamee has been very helpful, supportive and responsive to his questions. She is a dedicated teacher who is good at explaining new concepts. My son has really enjoyed taking Korean from her.
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David A. March 29, 2017
· Korean · Online
It was great and friendly

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Alphabet, reading and writing, grammar.

From street to formal high quality expressions!

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Michael S. February 7, 2018
· Korean · Online
The most organized and well prepared teacher, and the value of an hour lesson. He had all the materials for me and walked me through our workbooks. Seriously, you can’t beat it.
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Glenn R. February 6, 2018
· Korean · Online
Great lesson :)
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Chloe S. November 1, 2017
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Super awesome!!

Sunho K.

Hutchinson, KS
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Hyejin C.

Washington, DC
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Hyojung C.

Miami, FL
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Here is a little about me, I'm from Korea, graduated in Japan, working in America. Also,I'm an outgoing person. I like cooking, painting and watching movies. I really would like to meet new students who interested in Asian culture and people who would like to share their life styles and hobbies. Hope to meet you soon!

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Yipian Y. February 3, 2018
· Korean · Online
Sunho was very patient and took the time to repeat information I was confused about. She was very personal and friendly!
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Hi there ! My name is Hyejin and I can't wait to meet you.
I'm from South korea and I came to the United States 2 years ago.
Are you interested in learning korean?
Are you ready to learn "HANGEUL"?
I really would like you meet new students.
I'm very patient and friendly.
I can teach whatever you want.
whichever your goals are I will be prepare for the lessons.
I look forward to helping you reach your goals.
Hope to meet you soon !! ^^/

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Do you want to know more about Korea and the language?
I can help you.
I am an experienced Korean language partner from University of Miami for college students since 2015.
From beginner to intermediate, I will be your Korean conversation partner and teacher.

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The Korean Future Tense Part 3: The Immediate Future

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The Korean Future Tense Part 3: The Immediate Future
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