Special Programs


Interest list for STARTALK* 2023 Korean Language Immersion Program

STARTALK is a federal grant program funded by the National Security Agency. STARTALK funds innovative programs with strong language learning outcomes for K-14 learners in the following critical needs languages: Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Persian, and Russian.
  • Increase the number of students enrolled in the study of critical languages
  • Increase the number of highly effective critical language teachers in the U.S.
  • Increase the number of highly effective materials and curricula available to teachers and students of critical need languages

Korean American Center is proud to be part of this highly selection national STARTALK network of programs to promote Korean language learning in the United States.

The application does not guarantee admission. Students who attended our 2022 summer camp and existing program will be given priority for the 2023 STARTALK program. 

The Korean American Center will host a STARTALK Korean Immersion Program for  6th – 9th graders. This year-long program is a unique opportunity that will provide novice high level Korean learners with an amazing and intensive linguistic and cultural experience that can open doors for college and career opportunities in a 21st-century global economy. 

Under the program theme of “Our Food, Our Heritage” learners will explore foundational aspects of Korean society and find a connection with “Woori” (We/Our), a ubiquitous Korean concept signifying community and unity. Students will examine the past and its influence on the present and understand how Korean culture has affected the language. Through project-based activities, learners will gain a deeper understanding by exploring the connections between culture, food, and language. This year-long program will begin with 2-hour weekly classes from January 8, 2023, to May 28, 2023, leading up to a 3-week summer immersion day camp. The summer camp will run Monday through Friday from June 19, 2023, through July 7, 2023 (3-weeks total) from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Post camp program will take place from September 9, 2023, and will commence on November 18, 2023, with an awards ceremony.  At the completion, participants will receive 132 hours of instruction and a Congressional Certificate of Recognition, and the opportunity to do an internship with the City of Irvine working specifically on Korean community outreach projects. Acceptance to the 2023 STARTALK program will be for the entire year.

2023 Program Dates (tentative)* 

Winter/Spring 2023: Pre-camp Activities

  • January 8, 2023 – May 28, 2023
  • 2 hour weekly classes on Sundays from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Summer 2023 Korean Immersion Camp Experience 

  • 3-weeks: June 19, 2023 – July 7 , 2023
  • Monday – Friday
  • 9:00 – 14:00 (9:00AM – 2:00PM)
  • No class July 4, 2023 

Fall/Winter 2023/Spring 2024: Post-camp Activities

  • September 9, 2023 – November 18, 2023
  • 2 hour weekly classes on Sundays 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

*Final schedule pending final approval by NSA. 

A total of 132 instructional hours will be completed. 

Application Due: December 10, 2022
We may request an interview depending on the number of applicants.

Program Costs:
If accepted, tuition and most materials for this program will be provided by the National Security Agency.  Students will only need to pay $199 administrative processing fee upon acceptance. Students who attend our 2022 summer camp will have their administrative fee waived. There will be $10 application fee due at the time of application for all students. 

*Program pending funding from the National Security Agency. 

Program size will be extremely limited.


Newsletter #1
Newsletter #2
Newsletter #3
Korea Times (07/23/2018)
Korea Daily (02/23/18)
Korea Times (02/21/2018

STARTALK Media Page (videos and photos)

Students with exposure to Korean at home will learn and expand their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. 

Students will receive a letter of completion and United States Congressional recognition. 

  • Use Korean language immersion in the classroom to improve language skills.
  • Communicate in Korean in real-world circumstances.
  • Use vocabulary learned from real-world
  • contexts.
  • Understand impact traditional culture and values has on the language.
  • Foster an appreciation of their Korean cultural heritage and instill a sense of pride in their dual heritage.

 Class size will be extremely limited.  

STARTALK students experience ancient Korean sport with a hands-on archery demonstration.

STARTALK is guided by six Principles for Effective Teaching & Learning and has three main objectives:

  1. To increase the number of students enrolled in the study of critical-need languages
  2. To increase the number of highly effective critical-language teachers in the U.S.
  3. To increase the number of highly effective materials and curricula available to teachers and students of these critical-need languages

미주 한인 2, 3세 중학생들을 위한 2018 스타톡(StarTalk) 여름 한국어 교실

오렌지카운티 한미문화센터(Korean American Center)에서는 UCI’s Center for Critical Korean Studies와 함께 곧 다가올 2018년 여름, 한인 2, 3세 중학생(6학년부터 8학년까지)들을 위한 심화 한국어 수업을 개설합니다.

2018년에 진행될 스타톡 한국어 수업은, 학생들로 하여금 포괄적인 언어 능력을 기르고 한국어에 대한 지식을 집중적으로 쌓을 수 있도록 고안되었습니다. 이 프로그램은 언어 학습을 위한 세계적 용이성 기준에 맞춰져 있으며, 말하기, 듣기, 읽기, 쓰기 능력을 기르고 싶어하는 초급부터 중급 정도의 한국어 실력을 가진 한인 2, 3세 중학생들을 위한 수업입니다. 단, 학생 모집 인원은 제한적입니다.

특별히 21세기형 수업과 학습을 통해, 학생들은 실제 상황에 응용 가능한 한국어를 배우게 될 것입니다. 학생들은 과거와 소통하고, 그것이 현재에 미치는 영향을 탐구하게 될 것입니다. 또한, 가족들과 지역 사회 구성원들을 인터뷰하는 <지역 역사 비디오 프로젝트>를 통해 친구들과의 친목을 다지고, 가족들과 유대관계를 더욱 돈독히 하게 될 것입니다. 학생들이 제작한 이 비디오 프로젝트는 스타톡 한국어 수업 마지막 날에 그동안 교실에서 진행된 다른 프로젝트들과 함께 상영될 것입니다.

스타톡 프로그램은 다음과 같은 부분에 초점을 두고 있습니다.

  1. 한국어 집중 강화 교실 경험
  1. 실생활에서의 한국어 의사소통 
  1. 실제 상황에서 일어나는 문맥을 통한 어휘 습득
  1. 전통 문화와 가치가 언어에 미치는 영향을 이해
  2. 한국 문화 유산에 대한 이해를 고취, 이중적 정체성에 대한 자부심 불어넣기

*이름을 명단에 기재해 주시면 프로그램 등록이 시작될 때 연락드리겠습니다.

스타톡 프로그램이란? 스타톡은 미정부지원 프로그램이며, 메릴랜드 대학교(University of Maryland)에 있는 국가 외국어 센터에서 진행합니다. 스타톡 프로그램의 목적은 교사와 학생(K-16)을 훈련시키는 프로그램을 통해 주요한 외국어를 가르치고, 배우고, 이용하는 미국 시민의 수를 증가시키는 것입니다. 이러한 주요 언어들 하나로 한국어가 고려되고 있습니다.


한국어 949-233-7868
영어    949-535-3338

Children’s Korean Classes


Please add yourself to our INTEREST LIST and we will let you know as soon as our schedule is released for next session.

March 6, 2021 – May 20, 2021  (No classes March 27th – March 30th for Spring Break)

COVID UPDATE: As a result of the global pandemic, all classes will be held online via Zoom. Our nationally recognized program is now accepting students throughout the country on a first come, first serve basis. Our classes are dynamic LIVE CLASS – this is not a self-study course nor is it module based learning.  Our interactive classes are designed for young Korean learners.

We are the only institute in nation to receive designation by BOTH the United States government and the Korean government for the teaching of Korean language. Our classes have been featured on NBC News America and in various other media outlets.

Since Korean American Center is a designated King Sejong Institute, all our instructors are certified by the South Korean Government to teach Korean as a foreign language.

We’re offering our FUN KOREAN Children’s program for Grades Kindergarten to 5th grade. For 6th grade and beyond, please visit our Youth Korean Program page.

Did you know that Korean is considered a “critical language” according to the United States government? “Critical language” is a term used in the to designate languages for which there is large demand for language professionals but little supply. We believe the earlier children learn Korean, the better positioned they will be for the future. Class Size is limited!

 한국어로 더 자세한 정보를 원하시면 한국일보 2019년 8월 20일 자 기사를 참고하세요. 클릭


March 6, 2021 – May 20, 2021 (No classes March 27th – March 30th for Spring Break)

The cost of our 10-week program is $320 plus $10 technology fee. Program includes materials that will be send via email. No additional books will be required.

Sibling discount: Take an additional $50 off each student after the first student enrolled in either our Children or Youth classes.

Our Kindergarten through 8th grade classes will be held twice per week We have found that for young beginning level Korean learners, students learn and retain more when classes are held twice per week, versus the same amount of time once per week.

ClassDay(s)Time (PST unless noted)First Day/Last Day
K-1st Session AMon & Wed1:00 PM (4:00 PM EST) – 1:45 PM (4:45 PM EST)March 8, 2021 – May 19, 2021 (No Class March 29th)
K-1st Session BMon & Wed3:00 PM (6:00 PM EST) – 3:45 PM (6:45 PM EST)March 8, 2021 – May 19, 2021 (No Class March 29th)
K-1st Session CTue & Thu2:00 PM (5:00 PM EST) – 2:45 PM (5:45 PM EST)March 9, 2021 – May 20, 2021 (No Class March 30th)
2nd – 3rd Session ATue & Thu1:00 PM (4:00 PM EST) – 1:45 PM (4:45 PM EST)March 9, 2021 – May 20, 2021 (No Class March 30th)
2nd – 3rd Session BMon & Wed4:00 PM (7:00 PM EST) – 4:45 PM (7:45 PM EST)March 8, 2021 – May 19, 2021 (No Class March 29th)
4th – 5th Session BTue & Thu4:00 PM (7:00 PM EST) – 4:45 PM (7:45 PM EST)March 9, 2021 – May 20, 2021 (No Class March 30th)

For 6th grade and beyond, please visit our Youth Korean Program page.

About Our Program

Our classes are aligned with ACTFL (American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages. Our Kindergarten through 5th grade classes are at the Novice Low level based on ACTFL Proficiency Benchmarks.

Through 21st century teaching and learning methods, students will learn real world application of Korean language.  Each developmentally appropriate class will offer theme-based learning activities and will include opportunities to practice language skills.

What Will Students Learn?

All students will be taught the Korean alphabet system (Hangul), pronunciation and basic conversational usages such as greetings, and self-introduction using methods that are appropriate to their age. All classes will weave in aspects of Korean heritage and culture.

In addition to knowing how to read Hangul, students will learn how to do the following. Early age classes will utilize enriched play method, a playgroup-style with songs and games, making Korean language learning fun and hands-on. Through a creative curriculum, our program will help children develop Korean language skills, through social interaction, Children will explore colors, counting, family, body parts, animals and simple phrases.

  • I can say hello and goodbye to peers and elders.
  • I can tell someone my name and ask someone’s name.
  • I can state my age and where I live.
  • I can recite pure Korean (1-10) and Sino Korean numbers (1-1000)
  • I can ask how much something and be able to understand prices.
  • I can respond to yes/no questions.
  • I can say the date and the day of the week.
  • I can modify verbs into past, present, and future tenses
  • I can ask someone questions about where they live, what school they go to and what they like and dislike.

Through incorporating 21st century technology, Students will be able to increase their Korean language proficiency, critical thinking and problem solving skills.

In addition to learning the language, students will learn about aspects of Korean culture and history through activity based learning. It is our goal that students develop a sense of pride and appreciation of their Korean heritage.

Korean American Center is a proud member of ACTFL

Class Location:

Classes will take place via Zoom. Please make sure your students have access to a computer with a camera and microphone.


Why Learn Korean?

Korean is an increasingly important language on the world stage. Korea has one of the world’s largest and most innovative economies. The Korean cultural impact around the world is representative of the continued growth of Asian influence in America.

Because Korean is still not a widely taught language, there will be a shortage of Americans who can speak Korean. Learning Korean connects your child to 75 million people worldwide and will provide your child them with greater opportunities in a 21st century global environment.

Will learning a second language be confusing for my child? 

No. Learning a second language does not cause language confusion, language delay or cognitive deficit, which have been concerns in the past. In fact, according to studies at the Cornell Language Acquisition Lab (CLAL), students who learn a second language can maintain attention despite outside stimuli better than children who know only one language.  Students in the process of learning a second language that have been evaluated on standardized testing procedures used in schools, received higher scores in more than just the verbal aspect of the tests. They also scored higher in math.

Will my child’s academic learning be compromised by spending time learning Korean?

No. Students are likely to have higher levels of academic success throughout school. When a students learns a second language, it not only activates the components of the brain that are responsible for verbal and written communication, but it also activates the areas of the brain that are directly responsible for reasoning, thinking, and numeric understanding. As a result, the student is capable of excelling in virtually every area of their academic careers.


We are offering special courses as we wait for our regular session to begin in January. This time, we are offering three new special course offering.

Register TODAY as class sizes are limited.
Classes Suited for all levels. Prerequisite:
 Korean Fundamentals or equivalent experience (ability to read Hangul and understand sentence structure)

All classes $89 + $5 Material Fee.

Korean for Travel
Tuesdays, December 3, 10, 17 from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM 

In this course, students will learn practical Korean through a virtual trip to Korea. Students will experience various situations that they would face in Korea, and will explore aspects of Korean culture. Students will simulate various travel situations including planning their own trips.

Learning Korean Though TV Shows & Film: 
Wednesdays, December 4, 11, 18 from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

This short course students will learn Korean phrases through watching film clips and Korean variety shows. Students will learn phrases, idioms, and slang terms used by everyday Koreans. 

Korean Through Food and Shopping: 
Saturdays, December 7, 14, 21 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Students will learn different phrases that are needed in various shopping situations ranging from going to a grocery store, a department store, and traditional Korean market. Students will learn about ordering various types of food at a Korean restaurant. Lastly, students will read a recipe to make a simple Korean dish using prepared ingredients.

Special 3 Week Korean Courses

During the month of December, the Korean American Center will be offering two unique Korean short courses. Classes will be held at the Korean American Center in Irvine. Both classes are perfect for ALL LEVELS. Class size limited.

Classes will take place at
Korean American Center
18 Truman St.
Irvine, CA 92620

Register Now


Korean Idioms & Expressions  (속담과 관용어)

TUESDAYS, Dec 4, 2018 – Dec 18, 2018

Like with any other language, Korean offers a lot of proverbs & idiomatic expressions. Often the meaning of these expressions completely differ from the literal meaning. In this class we will break down some of the most common expressions that every native Korean speaker knows. All Levels welcomed. Prerequisite: Must be able to read Korean. We will not be teaching Hangul. All material will be in Korean, there will be no Romanization.


Learn Korean Through K-Dramas

THURSDAYS, Dec 6, 2018 – Dec 20, 2018

Suitable for all levels, this Korean class is designed to expand your Korean language skills through dramas in a fun and entertaining way. It’s a great way to learn grammar, phrases, and expressions. Learners will explore Korean culture and lifestyle and participate in their own drama dialogue. Prerequisite: Must be able to read Korean. We will not be teaching Hangul. All material will be in Korean, there will be no Romanization.



Korean Through K-Drama


Korean American Center is offering a special three week “Learn Korean Through K-Drama” class during the month of June. This Korean class is designed to expand your Korean language skills through dramas in a fun and entertaining way. Classes will begin June 7, 2018 from 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM in Irvine.   SUITABLE FOR ALL LEVELS (ability to read is required). 

K-Dramas is the one of the biggest trends in the world that connects people to the Korean culture and lifestyle. 

If you LOVE Korean Dramas, then you will LOVE this Korean language class!


Watching Korean dramas are a great way to learn the Korean language and culture. In class, we will watch segments of popular Korean dramas, learn to recite a few lines from various scenes, and learn new grammar and vocabulary. Students must be willing to perform a brief skit in front of a small audience at the end of the three weeks.  Please note: All material will be in Korean, there will be no Romanization. This class will NOT teach Hangul (Korean Alphabet).  You must already know Hangul in order to take this class. 

Learning Through Dramas is Fun! 

Not only is learning through dramas is fun, but it’s also an great way to learn:

  • Korean vocabulary
  • Korean grammar
  • Korean conversation
  • Korean contractions
  • Korean expressions and catchy phrases
  • Korean culture and lifestyle

This class has been designed for ALL Levels! Whether you’re a beginning learner or advanced – this class will be perfect!


When Are Classes?

Classes will run every Thursdays from 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM for three weeks.
1. Thursday, June 7, 2018
2.Thursday, June 14, 2018
3.Thursday, June 21, 2018

Classes will take place at Korean American Center in Irvine.
18 Truman St, #208
Irvine, CA 92620

How Much? 
The entire 3 week session is $59.
 plus a $5 material fee.  All proceeds for this program go to support the Korean American Center.  Registration is limited, so register today.

TERMS (Please read before registering): 

  • Registration is not complete until payment is received.
  • Fees are non-refundable (except in the case of class cancellation by KAC). Please do not register if you are unsure.
  • Fees are non-transferable to another semester. No Credits will be given for missed classes. Since we are a volunteer run organization, we do not have the administrative capacity to handle these requests.
  • This class is intended for those who already know Hangul, if you do not know Hangul, please do not register for this class. We would love to have you attend our Korean Fundamentals Class in January. ♥

The Korean American Center’s “Learning Korean Through K-Dramas” Class is a FUN and CREATIVE way to learn Korean!

Power Korean Vocabulary Class


Korean American Center is offering a special three week “Power Vocabulary” class designed to expand your Korean vocabulary through Sino-Korean root words, or Hanja. 

Classes will run from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM for three weeks.
1. Wednesday, November 29, 2017
2. Wednesday, December 6, 2017
3. Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Why study Hanja? Sino-Korean or Hanja(Korean: 한자, Hanja: 漢字) is the Korean name for Chinese characters.  Sino-Korean words today make up about 60% of the Korean vocabulary. Having a little background knowledge in Sino root words will give you clearer understanding about the Korean language. Since many Korean words are derived from Hanja even knowing some basic words can greatly increase your vocabulary and knowledge of Korean.

This class will not be focused on writing Hanja, but rather learning Sino-Korean root words that will help you understand more Korean words. 

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FALL 2017 Adult Korean Language Class Registration

Fall Session Begins: 

September 9, 2017 – November 16, 2017  

Registration Information: Registration is now closed. Please add yourself to our interest list and we will notify you as soon as our Winter 2018 schedule is released. Winter 2018 will begin in January


NOTE: For the past several sessions, our Korean Fundamentals and Level 1 classes have reached maximum capacity. It is highly advised to register as soon as possible to secure your spot. 

New: Buena Park Class!

Thanks to our partner organization, Korean Community Services (KCS), we will be able to offer one of our most popular classes, Korean Fundamentals in Buena Park starting in the Fall 2017.


Fall 2017 Schedule and Fees:  Prices do not include book or $10 material fee. All classes take place at our Irvine location, except otherwise noted.

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*Please Note: The only difference between Sections A, B and C are the DAYS and TIMES. The content is exactly the same. Section C will be in Buena Park at KCS. KCS is located at: 7212 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90621

Each class needs a minimum of 3 students to remain open. If minimum registration is not met, classes may be cancelled. Enroll now to ensure your class remains open. 

  **Supplemental Practice Class is a FREE instructor led practice class for our registered students in our basic levels and a great opportunity to reinforce the class lessons through additional practice and application. Attendance is optional. Our Supplemental classes are held on Thursdays from 7:00 – 8:45 PM at facilities in Irvine. This program is made possible through the support of our generous volunteers and donors.

PLACEMENT:   For those students or those with no experience or background in Korean will automatically be placed in Korean Fundamentals. Students with a Korean heritage background who cannot read Hangul will also be asked to start with Korean Fundamentals.

All other students should read the Class Descriptions HERE

If you are still unsure which level to take, you can request a placement test by email so we can assess which level would be best. Please contact us by email to request the test.

BOOKS: We have selected books we believe to be the most practical and useful books for studying Korean. You may either purchase the books directly through KAC or you may purchase on your own. If you happen to purchase on your own, please be sure to purchase the correct edition as we are using the latest editions of all the books. Please note that these books may change based on

  • Classes: Korean Fundamentals, Level 1, and Level 2 Fun & Fast Korean 1 by Darakwon Publishing – 1st Edition (4th printing March 2015) ISBN: 978-89-5995-829-0 (KAC Price: $25)
  • Classes: Level 3 and Level 4: Fun & Fast Korean 2 by Darakwon Publishing – 1st Edition (3rd printing February 2016) ISBN: 978-89-5995-717-0 (KAC Price: $25)

TERMS (Please read before registering): 

  • Registration is not complete until payment is received. Early bird discounts apply only towards completed registrations.
  • Fees are non-refundable (except in the case of class cancellation by KAC). Please do not register if you are unsure. 
  • Fees are non-transferable to another semester. No Credits will be given for missed classes. Since we are a volunteer run organization, we do not have the administrative capacity to handle these requests.
  • Fees do not include books. Books can either be purchased on your own or through KAC. We only accept cash and checks only for book purchases.
  • Fees may be tax deductible, talk to your financial advisor for details.
  • Checks can be made out to: “Korean American Center
  • Credit card payments are accepted after registration form is complete. To pay by credit card, you will be prompted to the page after you complete the registration form.
  • Payment on this page is for Korean classes ONLY (Click here to purchase Private Lesson packages)
  • Fees must be paid prior to the beginning of class. Registration is not considered complete unless fees are fully paid.  

Free College Planning Seminar

The Korean American Center will be hosting a free college planning seminar for parents and students going into 9th to 12th grades on Saturday, May, 27, 2015.  The objective of this 90 minute seminar is to share as much information to help parents and students maximize the chances and finding the best opportunities in college. This program is full of secrets, tips, and advice on how to make students stand out.

Seating is limited. Please RSVP to reserve your spot here.

WHEN: Saturday, May 27, 2017 1:00PM

WHERE: Korean American Center
18 Truman St, Suite 208
Irvine, CA 92620

오렌지 카운티 한미 문화 센터는 오는 가을학기부터 9학년에서 12학년이 되는 학생들과 학부모들을 위한 무료 대학 입시 준비 세미나를 열려고 합니다. 90분간 진행되는 이 세미나는 가능한 많은 정보를 공유하여 학생들과 학부모들이 대학 진학에 있어서 최고의 기회와 최적의 조건을 찾는데 도움이 될 것입니다. 이 프로그램은 학생들이 어떻게 하면 두드러질 수 있는지에 대한 조언과 팁, 그리고 알려지지 않은 것들에 대해 알려줄 것입니다.

자리가 제한되어 있으니 미리 예약하시길 바랍니다.

Youth Summer Korean Immersion Program

한국어    Registration Now Closed  for Summer 2017 Youth Korean Language Immersion Program for Middle & High School Students. 

The Korean American Center will host a Youth Korean immersion program for middle and high school students at various skill levels. No experience required. The program is designed to build comprehensive language skills and improve students’ knowledge of Korean through fun and engaging classroom immersion. Through 21st century teaching and learning, students will learn real world application of Korean language. Instruction will be provided on all four language skills (speaking, writing, reading and listening); with an emphasis on increasing students’ speaking and listening comprehension abilities.


The program will be designed for learners going into the 8th through 12 grades in the fall of 2017.  These students possess varying degrees of language proficiency from novice to intermediate, will gain literacy; expand their reading skills and comprehension, and increase their speaking and listening skills. Class size will be limited. 

This program will run for 3 weeks (Jun 19, 2017 – July 7, 2017), Monday through Friday from 1:30PM – 4:30PM. No class on July 4th.

Price:  $425 + $10 Material Fee. (25% off of 2nd child).

This program will focus on students being able to:

  1. experience Korean language immersion in the classroom
  2. communicate in Korean in real-world circumstances,
  3. use vocabulary learned from real-world contexts,
  4. understand impact traditional culture and values has on the language.
  5. foster an appreciation of their Korean cultural heritage and instill a sense of pride in their dual heritage.

Class size will be limited to only a small number of students. 


미주 한인 2, 3세 중학교와 고등학교 학생들을 위한 2017 KAC 여름 한국어 교실

한미 문화원센터 (KAC) 다가오는 2017년 여름, 한인 2, 3세 중학교와 고등학교 학생들을 위한 한국어 심화 교실을 열려고 한다. KAC 한국어 수업은 포괄적인 언어 능력을 기르고 학생들의 한국어에 대한 지식을 집중력있게 쌓을 수 있도록 고안되었다. 이 프로그램은 언어 학습을 위한 세계 용이성 기준에 맞춰져 있으며, 자신의 말하기, 듣기, 읽기, 쓰기 능력을 기르고 싶어하는 초급부터 중급 정도의 한국어 실력을 가진 한인 2, 3세 고등학생들을 위한 교실이다. 학생 모집 인원은 제한적임.

이 프로그램은 3 주간(2017년 6월 19일부터 2017년 7월 7일까지) 진행될 것이며, 월요일부터 금요일, 오후 1시30분부터 오후 4시 30분까지 진행된다.

이 프로그램은 다음과 같은 부분에 초점을 두고 있다.

  1. 교실에서의 한국어 집중 강화 교실 경험
  2. 실생활에서 한국어를 통한 의사소통
  3. 실제 상황에서 일어나는 문맥을 통한 어휘 습득
  4. 전통 문화와 가치가 언어이 미치는 영향을 이해
  5. 한국 문화 유산에 대한 이해를 고취시키고, 이중 정체성에 대한 자부심을 불어넣기

한국어 559-906-9684
영어 949-535-3338