Skype Tutoring Info

Thank you for being interested in learning Korean by Skype. Here are several things about me.

1. Are you a native Korean?

Yes, I was born and grew up in Seoul. I graduated from University of Seoul and a certified Korean and English teacher with 8 years of teaching experience. 

2. How do you teach? 

What I do best is that I can lead lessons to what you need whether it's a daily conversation or business Korean or TOPIK. I prefer conversational approach and use books, picture cards , vocabulary quizzes , TV news , and K-POP lyrics depending on your level and interests. Currently, I have a Facebook page as well where you can get the latest updates in your newsfeed. 
( http://www.facebook.com/koreanthroughkpop

Also, my Chinese skill is intermediate (HSK level 4 acquired last year). This will definitely help you understand the formation of Korean words because 70% of them are based on Chinese characters. I lived in Shanghai and Beijing for a year to study and work for an international freight forwarding company before.

3. How many students do you have?

I have 13 students in total. Their occupations are various such as English teachers, office workers, students, etc.

4. How much is your hour rate? Can you offer a free trial lesson?

Yes, of course. I want you to experience my free trial first and then decide if you want to work with me or not. My rate could change depending on your hours of lessons. Please visit my personal facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/seo.eunha ) and drop me a message for more information. 

5.  Do you have anything more to say?

I am very serious at teaching, so I won't let you waste your time and money. I always give you homework and test you. I feel proud of myself when I see their lives becoming easy here. So I always do my best. 

Also, I offer English-Korean translation and Life service for foreigners. I helped a few foreigners find an apartment , buy a car,  visit a hospital , go through some legal process , tour in Korea , and get some general advice about manners,  culture , dating , and living in Korea.


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