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Sterling, VA
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When I teach piano, I use the Alfred piano method books.
When I teach ensemble, I use the Carl Orff method.
When I teach Vibes and marimba, I use my own methods.
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Anna K.

Anna K.

Sterling, VA 20165
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About Jihye L.

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San Gabriel, CA

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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!!

About Jihye
Hello, future students!

My name is Jihye and I teach Piano and Korean language. I grew up in Seoul, Korea and currently living in LA, California. I graduated from Kyung Hee University and earned a Master's degree at the California Institute of the Arts.

I have been teaching piano for 20 years and Korean at Korean language schools. In the past, I have met many K pop and K drama lovers so I decided to share my culture and language with them.

So far I have met many passionate and enthusiastic students whom I feel very lucky to work with. I offer personalized curriculum to each of my Korean and piano students. Also, help students who prepare piano level exams such as CM, ABRSM, and SATII for the Korean language. I sometimes use clips of songs and dramas to help students who learn Korean.

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Irene (Haejin) S. July 13, 2018
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Jihye is very personable and easy to talk to. She is an experienced teacher and does a great job at making you feel comfortable from the very first lesson. My primary purpose was to learn Korean for work and she was able to customize a plan specific to my needs. Would highly recommend Jihye for future students!

A side note: the lessons go by very quickly and in order to maximize your time, I would recommend purchasing lessons by the hour.
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Carol July 6, 2018
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Maggie W. June 19, 2018
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Jihye is a fantastic teacher - Super personable and professional. I would recommend her to anyone wishing to learn Korean.
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Jihye L.

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New York, NY
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Alphabet, reading and writing, grammar.

From street to formal high quality expressions!

About Arron
Jeonghun Arron K. is a composer, arranger and singer.

He started his career in music by performing in many local bands and also working for game companies and movie OST in South Korea, after he got a degree in Music Composition and Education from Baekseok Arts University in Seoul in 2005. He found ‘Let Us Music Inc.’ and had worked as a studio engineer and a co-producer from 2003 to 2008.

He is a scholarship winner of Nyack College School of Music in NYC, where he studied music composition and singing. He performed as a choir member in many classical concerts; New York Philharmonic: PHILHARMONIC 360 at Park Avenue Armory, Requiem (Bradley Ellingboe) at Carnegie Hall and Nyack College Concert at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center.

His band 'Almost an Orchestra', released an EP album in 2012. The band arranged performed music for Oc
cupy Olympus, performed by Magis Theatre Company at Flamboyan Theatre, New York International Fringe Festival in 2013.
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Melinda July 13, 2018
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Classes with Arron have been really helpful. I think if you have classes with him, you're getting a great value. It seems very important to him that I understand what he's been teaching and that we complete the planned amount of work for each lesson.
Not only that, but he has even been kind enough to extend his teaching beyond the virtual classroom by answering questions that I've had between classes through messages. It is so helpful to have someone who knows what he's talking about to answer the tough questions that are too hard to find the answers to with Google.

I really appreciate your teaching. Thank you, teacher Arron.
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Brandon C. April 28, 2018
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Andrew has been a great instructor. He's open accessible and patient. Stop evaluating different Korean Teachers immediately. Arron is your guy!
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Sharon P. April 19, 2018
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Arron was incredibly patient and knowledgeable with great materials! I learned a lot!! thank you Arron!
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About Alexandra M.

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Salt Lake City, UT

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안녕하세요!

My name is Alexandra. I lived in Korea for 16 months and started learning Korean language from scratch myself--so I know the effort it takes to master the basics and I know how to help you get there. I finished up a degree at the University of Utah with a minor in Korean studies in December 2016. I love sharing this beautiful language.

Beginning students can expect to learn how to read and write Hangul (the Korean alphabet) and will progress through basic conversational grammar and vocabulary. Korean includes three formality levels. I teach from the top down (most formal to least) so that student's can feel confident they are being polite and respectful even as they increase their ability to communicate.

About Alexandra
Alexandra Mortenson is a private violin teacher and writing coach in Salt Lake City. Her name means “keeper of man”, hence she has a wonderful husband, eight younger brothers, and a sneaking suspicion that she may end up with all sons. She loves to read, write, run, and hike in the mountains.

Alexandra is delighted by her opportunities to teach and help her students succeed in achieving their personal goals and ambitions. Please contact her with any questions or interest in taking lessons. She teaches the following subjects:

VIOLIN
Alexandra has been studying the violin for over 20 years, taking lessons primarily from Peggy Wheelwright and John England. She played in the youth violin group Pizzicato Strings and was concert master for her middle school and high school orchestras. Alex completed a music minor at the University of Ut
ah in December 2016 and enjoyed four years with the University Campus Symphony.

A few of Alex’s favorite pieces include Csardas (V. Monti), Symphony Espagnole (Lalo), Theme from Schindler’s List (John Williams) and The Devil Went Down to Georgia (Charlie Daniels).

WRITING
Words are Alexandra's passion, and she graduated in December, 2016 with her Honors B.A. in English. She has written for The Standard Examiner and The Daily Utah Chronicle, publishing a variety of articles and gaining experience in research, interviewing, writing, and editing. She has also worked as a research writer and editor for FamilySearch and has been accepted to present twice at the National Undergraduate Literature Conference. She enjoys writing short stories, personal essays, academic papers, and basically anything that includes words.

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Alexandra learned Korean while serving in South Korea for a year and a half as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. While there she taught and studied daily in the Korean language, and upon returning home she started the Korean Studies minor at the University of Utah, which she graduated from in December 2016.
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Native speaker And Have BA degree with "Communications and Journalism " in Korea. Experienced teacher of 3 years.
All ages , levels welcome.
All my Lessons are customized to the needs/goals of each student.
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About Mira
I'm a professional musician(songwriter and pianist, record producer ) , also Korean instructor.

I teach piano and Korean students of all different ages and experience levels.
I majored "Communications and Journalism " in Korea and studied classical piano and Music Composition in US.

If you want to learn music with Korean, I can help you.
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Grand Rapids, MI
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Did you know that the Korean alphabet is based on the shape of your lips, tongue, and throat while pronouncing that letter?

I learned English and Korean at the same time. Thanks to that, I know how words and ideas connect across American and Korean culture. I can give context and full explanations of the little oddities that even other native Korean speakers aren't aware of.

Plus, if you're in the Grand Rapids, MI area, we can have the tutoring at your home or a nearby library.

About Eric
Acquiring a new language is meant to be fun. Don't let simple mistakes or a lack of encouragement make you lose motivation! I won't just be a tutor, but a friend and a supporter. I understand how studying can be tough -- I'm a student myself.
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Eric C.

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