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Canton, MI

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reading and writing
Simple phrases
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Vocabulary
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Frequently used expressions
Korean culture
Korean language
Survival korean words
Korean test

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
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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
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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
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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 Languag
es) 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 anything 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
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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
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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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About Natalie C.

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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 le
arn 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 proficiency 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
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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
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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 was born and grew up in Korea.
Korean language is my first language, and I love to teach it.
Currently, I am an ESL teacher in a public school, so I have various lessons to teach listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Hope you will enjoy learning Korean and have fun!

About Jisoo
Hello everyone!

I was born and grew up in Korea. I went to Duksung University and came to America about 13 years ago.
I have over 10 years of teaching children (ESL), so I love to teach children.
Currently, I am an ESL teacher at a public school district.
Korean is my native language, so I know the language by heart.
I would love to help you fall in love with Korean language and master it by having fun with various activities.
I also taught adults Korean and ESL for a couple of years, so all of you are welcome in my class! :)
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Jisoo P.

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