Modern Korean, also known as Hangugeo, is the official language of Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) and Republic of Korea (South Korea). It is spoken by approximately 71 million people all around the world. Modern Korean was invented by King Sejong of Joseon dynasty in 15th century. It has several regional dialects both in North and South Korea. In Korean, there are many loan words that are taken from English language which makes it easy for English speakers to learn the language. The grammatical rules are easy and there are only 24 alphabets in totality. Additionally, Korean is a gender-neutral and phonetic language and Korean grammar does not have verb conjugations and noun genders. Even within Korea, the regional varieties of the language vary to a larger extent.
Korean is one of the most popular choices for youngsters to learn these days. It opens doors to multiple opportunities like access to top grade universities, potential career in big giants like Samsung, LG, Hyundai, Hybe entertainment etc., smooth travel experience and more. Since K-entertainment has become a fan favorite these days, avid fans do not have to wait for official translations to understand their favorite K-dramas and K-pop songs.
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In A1 level, approximately 600-800 new words are taught to learners to enrich their Korean vocabulary.
Learners will learn how to pronounce different letters, combination of letters and particularities in Korean language, which will help them get the accent right. Having said that, practice plays a very important role in developing the right accent in any language.
Yes, topics like everyday sentences and phrases will be covered in the course curriculum of A1 level. This will help learners initiate basic conversations on their own.
No. One does not need to be fluent in English to start learning Korean.
The Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) exam is the only official standardized proficiency exam, which is conducted by Korean government for non-native speakers of Korean language.