Skype Tuition

Learn Korean Online

 Online lesson is available via Skype whether you are in Singapore or any other country.

Are you worried about textbook? If you are first time learner and do not have any book, I can recommend you book. But if you do not want to buy any text book, I can send you scanned copy for each lesson.

If you studied Korean before and want to continue using your existing book, I will use the same book for online lesson.

Learn Korean online with me 1:1 via Skype. Try to connect me via Skype to see how it works and decide whether to start online lesson with me.

Sample lesson with existing student

Online Korean lesson via Skype This student is a fast learner. So, I talked very fast. I adjust the speed according to the student's learning ability

Posted by Kim Kwang Ok on Saturday, 5 August 2017

How to learn Korean online?

Log in to Skype to learn korean online with me .
Sending File
I share my screen and send the file to use for the lesson.
Writing Notes
I use Word, Paint. Scanned file..etc to explain and write the note.
Sending Notes
Send the note via Skype to you at the end of the lesson
Homework will be given if it is required to you at the end of the lesson.

Sample of notes during lesson will be sent to the student via WhatsApp or email
(for the students who only want to learn speaking)

1st lesson:

Useful Expression
안녕하세요? Hello! /an-nyeong-ha-se-yo/
Romanization: pronounce other language in alphabet
1. /a/ 啊
2. /eo/ =/or/ 二
/eom-ma/ mom
/yeo/ =/your/ /yeo-gi/ here
3. /e/ , /ae/ =/eh/
Bow a little when you greet and say /an-nyeong-ha-se-yo/
. statement low tone (down)
? if the sentence is asking question high tone (up)
I have friend. I + friend + have(verb always comes at the end)
Have /i-sseo-yo/ friend /chin-gu/
Have friend /chin-gu i-sseo-yo/

Have friend?
/chin-gu i-sseo-yo/ high tone
has Korean friend
/han-guk/ /chin-gu/
/han-guk chin-gu i-sseo-yo/
I have computer. /computer i-sseo-yo/
Megan, do you have computer? /Megan, computer i-sseo-yo/?
Asking in high tone
Do you have coffee? /coffee i-sseo-yo/?

Romanization: pronounce other language in alphabet
1. /a/ 啊
2. /eo/ =/or/ 二
/eom-ma/ mom
/yeo/ =/your/ /yeo-gi/ here
3. /e/ , /ae/ =/eh/
4. /eu/ someone shoot you —scream “euuuuuu”
/deu-ra-ma/ drama
/seon-saeng-nim/ teacher
5 /u/ =/woo/ 五
6 /i/ =/ee/ 1
7 /r, L/ ra
8 /weo/ 我
9 /wa/ 哇
10 /we/= /where/ /gwen-cha-na-yo/

Ex: 언니 /eon-ni/ older sister for girl
드라마/deu-ra-ma/ drama

안녕하십니까? Hello! /an-nyeong-ha-sim-ni-kka /

_____________________imnida. (是) 8:12
안녕히 가세요! Good bye(=go well) /an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo/
Well(peacefully) go (when someone leaving place)
안녕히 계세요! Good bye(=stay well) /an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo/
when someone stays at the place.
You come to my house for tuition. And leaving after the lesson
You in front of the door-/an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo/ -stay well
Teacher say to you -/an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo/ -go well

Over the phone
Both at home —/an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo/
On the street -bye /an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo/

감사합니다. Thank you. /gam-sa-ham-ni-da/
고맙습니다. Thank you /go-mab-sseum-ni-da/
천만에요. You are welcome /cheon-ma-ne-yo/
Reply to When someone say “Thank you for helping/

미안합니다. I am sorry. /mi-an-ham-ni-da/
괜찮아요. It’s okay. /gwen-cha-na-yo/
/jo-a-yo/ good

/jo-a-hae-yo/ like
I like Korean drama /han-guk deu-ra-ma jo-a-hae-yo/

/sa-rang-hae-yo/ love

/ga-yo/ go
I go to Korea./han-gug-e ga-yo/
I go to Toapayo/Toapayo-e ga-yo/
/Place name +e ga-yo/ go to place

have money/ don i-sseo-yo/

Reading Hangeul
ㅏ /a/ ㅑ /ya/
to be continued