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Learn to Speak Korean in New York City

There are few places in the world quite like New York City. It has been depicted in a thousand movies, books, and songs. With a few well-known monikers, such as “The Big Apple,” and “The City That Never Sleeps,” it’s one of the greatest cities in the United States. People come to New York for the experience, to find work, to find love and friendship, or simply with the dream to make it in the big city.

If you’re taking Korean Lessons in New York, get ready for a wonderful experience; there are so many awesome opportunities to experience the Korean culture.

Koreatown, or Korea Way, stands out as one of the most vibrant and exciting communities in Manhattan. Koreatown is located on 32nd Street in Midtown, squeezed between Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Don’t let the size of the area fool you, it may only be one block long, but there are several restaurants, stores, small businesses, karaoke bars, and nightclubs.

Taking Korean lessons in New York is an adventure. Many Korean businesses and restaurants cater only to the locals and have no signs or menus in English. Restaurants are generally open 24/7, and at most places, you can sing karaoke at any hour of the day. Music and singing are an important part of Korean culture, and if you're taking Korean lessons in New York, you will quickly discover how much fun it is to practice Korean while you sing karaoke.

There are also lots of Korean events in and around New York City each year. The Korea Society is an excellent source of information for free festivals, cultural events, and sponsored exhibits. Also, don’t miss the New York Korean Film Festival and the Korean American Film Festival.

Finally, if you’re interested in the performing arts, artists from Korea perform regularly at the Lincoln Center. Enjoy the traditional music and graceful ritual dances.

By taking Korean lessons in New York, you will be able to immerse yourself in the language and culture without having to travel across the globe. Take advantage of everything New York City has to offer, and learn to speak Korean while exploring the fascinating culture.

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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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Liam July 5, 2017
· Guitar · In studio
I have had one lesson with Mr. Arron and it is enough to tell that he is a great teacher. He clearly knows how to play guitar. He is both encouraging and firm. He explained to me the expectations for my practice and what he wants me to learn by next week, I am very happy to have him as my guitar teacher.He is an amazing talent and provides me with much needed inspiration.
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Adora J. June 5, 2017
· Korean · Online
Very patient and kind. I recommend him to anyone wishing to learn Korean!
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Isaac April 28, 2017
· Korean · Online
Great instructor! He was very patient and approachable in the first lesson. He also uses dad jokes to help you remember vocabulary. I would definitely recommend him to anyone interested in learning Korean.
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About Suyeon
Hi, there! My name is suyeon. and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2015 and have loved helping my students how to read korean, conversations, and translation as well. I'm very patient and friendly and my teaching style is based on your interest and ability. If you want to learn commonly used phrases or grammar basis, conversations or studying for test, whichever your goals are I will be prepared for the lessons . I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
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David J. July 24, 2017
· Korean · Online
Based on Suyeon's supportive personality and question-based approach, I feel gently challenged to try using new vocabulary, verbs, and constructions in every class. There is a lot to learn, but it doesn't seem beyond reach. I will keep up my effort and aim for ever-higher levels of the language.
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Ashley June 19, 2017
· Korean · Online
I had my first lesson today. Suyeon is very kind and good at teaching. She explains things very well, so I am very happy to have chosen her as my teacher. :)
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Renee P. June 19, 2017
· Korean · Online
Very sweet, patient, and kind! 수연씨 met me right where I was in the learning process and helped me move forward!
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About Young-Ju K.

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Students will find that learning Korean will be fun and engaging, and will excel at learning and memorizing the Korean alphabet, sentence structure and proper pronunciation.

I use many different teaching methods to keep you fully involved and engaged in learning Korean such has:
1) K-Pop Songs (Lyrically meanings)
2) K Drama (Conversational context)

About Young-Ju
I was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. I graduated with a degree in Japanese and English literature. After I graduated college, I went to take TESOL(Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) certificate. Since then, I have spent several years teaching English, Korean and Japanese and being a supervisor to several other teachers. I have an outgoing type of personality, and enjoy teaching others to improve their knowledge of either Japanese, Korean or the English language. I also enjoy doing yoga, cooking, traveling, staying active, hiking, and also enjoy trying new things.

I like to help people learn languages faster in a fun way. So I use many different materials to boost learning faster. With my my extensive knowledge of the Korean and Japanese language, and Korean and Japanese culture I will be able to teach you an
ything and everything about Korea and Japan. I look forward to teaching you and to help you learn and improve on your goals.
Thank you!!
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Jimmy June 19, 2017
· Korean · Online
Fantastic instructor! Had some technical problems going into the lesson which kinda deterred. But Ms. Young-Ju made the lesson very interesting. I am a complete beginner but she was always patient with me and we had many good laughs. Looking forward to plenty more!
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Shankeria April 22, 2017
· Japanese · Online
My lessons with Ms. Young-Ju are/were amazing! She actually takes the time to teach and make sure you understand what the lesson is about and what is going on. There is also a good flow of communication, no stiffness or awkwardness. And most importantly, the lesson actually feels like a lesson and not as though I'm simply being read a dictionary or reading a book.

A great instructor and I highly recommend her.
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I taught myself Korean. So, I understand the struggles that everyone goes through when learning Korean and I have figured out all the little tricks and ways of learning the language. I have perfected the Korean accent, have received a certificate from the Korean government confirming my Korean language abilities, and I have taught a Korean class in association with IYF (International Youth Foundation) at Temple University.

About Natalie
I'm a junior in University and understand how hard it is to be able to learn a second language. Having taught myself Korean, I have found how to have fun learning a new language, how to effectively learn the language, and how to squeeze it into a busy schedule. That's why I am flexible with my teaching schedule. If the one posted on my page doesn't work for you, email me and we can work something out!

I have been to South Korea three times and have intensively studied both the South and North Korean cultures, so feel free to ask me any questions. I want this class to be focused around your needs and what you want to learn - whether it be vocab, grammar, culture, or everything!

I can read, write, speak, make jokes, and even make play-on-word jokes in Korean. I have received a certification from the Korean government confirming my pr
oficiency in the Korean language, and I have taught a Korean course, in association with IYF (International Youth Foundation) at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I have also been accepted to study at Yonsei University (연세대학교), one of South Korea's top three schools, in the spring of 2018.
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Hubert August 10, 2017
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Marie July 4, 2017
· Korean · Online
Natalie is an awesome teacher! She is so knowledgeable and kind!! I would totally recommend her to anyone!!
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Iwan July 4, 2017
· Korean · Online
Natalie was good. She has experience in teaching her peers at her university so her lesson plan was well organized. I was also surprised when she threw in some Russian, knowing I am Russian, to lighten up the mood. I am happy to learn from her.
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I am a recent graduate from Northern Arizona University, but spent all of my childhood living in Seoul, South Korea. Because of this I have become tri-lingual (English, Korean, Japanese). While at university, I was the vice-president and a teacher of the Korean Club which specialized at teaching university students how to speak, write, and read the Korean language since the university did not offer classes. Being from, and spending my life in Korea, I am very familiar with the culture which would greatly help me teach you relevant phrases / vocabulary that would be useful in conversation.

About Jeehyae
I was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. I spent my first 20 years in Korea. I earned a degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management at Northern Arizona University. While completing my studies at NAU, I was the vice-president of the Korean club teaching college students the Korean language (reading, writing, speaking), and culture.

I have experience teaching Korean to students ranging in skill from beginner to advanced. Students can expect to learn not only the language but also Korean culture and how the language is actually used outside of textbooks.

I also worked at the international office at NAU and Ajou University in Korea. So because of this, I am very experienced in teaching and speaking to students who are either learning English or Korean, and have a strong ability to increase their learning speed.
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Morgan July 3, 2017
· Korean · In studio
Jeehye was amazing! She was extremely patient and helpful. I didn't know much Korean before jeehye taught me but she really took the time to work with me and make sure I knew what was being taught before moving on. I love learning Korean from her!
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Connor July 3, 2017
· Korean · In studio
Jeehyae was also an excellent teacher to me. She was always prepared with lesson materials and ready to answer all of my questions. Would recommend her to anyone looking to learn Korean!
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Keevan June 26, 2017
· Korean · In studio
Extremely helpful in teaching conversational Korean, and excellent in helping with proper pronunciation.
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Experienced native and fluent Korean teacher available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, whether it is to learn how to speak it with relatives or friends or to learn more about the Korean culture.

About Clara
Hello!

My name is Clara. I am currently a second year medical student at Northwestern University. I graduated from Purdue University with honors majoring in Biology, minoring in Chemistry. I have experiencing teaching in many subjects, including Korean, Biology, Chemistry, SAT, MCAT prep, and Cello. Please contact me for any questions. I would be happy to talk.

Beyond my academics, I have also played cello for 14 years, and I have experience playing solo, chamber ensemble, orchestra, and in weddings. I have trained with a Julliard-trained cellist, and I have played in both my University Orchestra as principal cellist as well as in Europe alongside professional musicians with the Zurich Community Orchestra. Classical music and cello has always been a big part of my life and I would be happy to pass on this love for music to anyone
who wants to learn about cello.

Feel free to send me a message. I look forward to hearing from you!
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Experienced teacher, specializing in the beginner/intermediate students for learning korean. all ages are welcome. Lessons are customized and catered to the needs/goals of each student. Not only will you be studying korean with the book in no time, but we will be sharing amazing stories about Korea, Kpop etc, Let's get started!

About Youjin
I am confident with what I am teaching. and I am friendly.
if you want to learn all about korea, I am here for you.
I graduated college in NJ, so there wont be a problem for us to communicate in English.
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Average Cost of Korean Lessons in New York, NY

The average cost of 60-minute Korean lessons in New York is $41. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $40 and $42 per hour.

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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 27% less expensive at $30, and 30-minute lessons cost 40% less at $25.

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