In-house Course

In-house Course

  • Want employees to speak basic Korean conversation for selling items?
  • Want employees to speak (no need to learn read and write) Korean to greet/entertain customers?
  • Want employees to learn read, write and speak Korean for long term learning?

Then, I will customise the lesson according to your need and go to your company/organisation to teach Korean to employees.

I have conducted In-house course at

i) Sam Sung Electronics(Year 2012)
ii) Uni Credit Bank (Year 2013)
iii) Cheil Singapore (Year 2013)
iv) Korea Tourism Organization (2010- ongoing), CJ Korea Express (Feb 2016 -April 2017), Gardens by the Bay (July 2017 ~ August 2017)

Sample Note

First Lesson -Greeting

Hello! /an-nyeong-ha-se-yo/

/an-nyeong-ha-sim-ni-kka/ in more formal way

Pattern 1: It is Noun.

Noun + /im-ni-da/

/imnida/ is noun polite form and comes after the “Noun”

ex: It is Kimchi. /Kimchi imnida/

Hello! /An-nyeong-ha-se-yo/

I /jeo/ Name + /im-ni-da/

Name is a “noun” so /imnida/ comes after the “Name”


Hello, I am _________.

/An-nyeong-ha-se-yo/. /jeo-neun ____ imnida/

Hello, I am Manse.

/An-nyeong-ha-se-yo/. /jeo-neun Manse-imnida/


Good bye(=go well) /an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo/

Good bye(=stay well) /an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo/


Thank you. /gam-sa-ham-ni-da/


You are welcome /cheon-ma-ne-yo/


I am sorry. /mi-an-ham-ni-da/

= (more polite ) /joe-song-ham-ni-da/


It’s okay. /gwen-cha-na-yo/


Excuse me. /sil-lye-ham-ni-da/


Hello! (over the phone) /yeo-bo-se-yo/

Yes /ye, ne/

No /a-ni-yo/

/i-reu-mi mweo-eyo/ : What is your name?

/seong-ha-mi eo-tteo-ke doe-se-yo/: What is your name? in honorific form

(to customer, elderly an