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Lesson plans for you

Here in iSeodang we believe that learning is best coupled with curiousity. For anyone who looks to study and pick Korean as a second language, they must have their own motivations that drives them. We aim to make use of this motivation to accelerate each individual’s learning and effectively teach Korean. That is why we have come up with the following lessons plans for cases that we have found to be most commonplace.

Globetrotter

Every language carries with it the country’s culture and history. This lessons plan is aim at those who wants experience richness of the Korean Culture and it’s language personally. 

South Korea has four distict seasons each offering unique and memorable experiences. Take our Travel themed lesson plan and quickly pick up the necessary phrases for you to comfortably get around Korea. We’ll also cover the basics of the Hangul and popular tourist attractions.

The outline of this course is as follows:

1. Basic Hangeul consonants and vowels & Greetings
2. Expressing Daily Activities
3. Buying things at a store & Understanding Korean numbers
4. Asking for directions & Talking about locations of places
5. Ordering food & Making a suggestion
6. Finding out about transportation
7. Describing symptoms & Giving advice
8. Introduce places to travel in Korea
Learn more about Korean Culture and various travelling locations.

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[K-Phrase] At Airport -1-

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List of Korean visas

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Our Favourite Korean Street Food

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[K-Travel] Korean tourist attractions in Seoul -8-

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[K-Travel] Korean tourist attractions in Seoul -1-

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[K-Travel] Royal Tombs of Joseon Dynasty

Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty Tomb sites for kings and queens of the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910)were chosen based on geomantic traditions and Confucian beliefs, therefore most were located near the capital city, today’s Seoul. The history and construction process of...

Daily Life in Korea (5) –  Cultural Activities

Daily Life in Korea (5) -  Cultural Activities   (a) Movies Koreans love the cinema and this is evident in the number of theaters, large and small, around the city. North American-style multiplexes and small independent theaters provide moviegoer with a variety...

[K-Phrases] At Airport -3-

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[K-Travel] Korean Wave Attractions

I’m a K-pop Star! An unforgettable Hallyu Experience To all hallyu fans out there: You too can be a K-pop star! Fans can record their own song, make their own music video, get a celebrity make-over and more. 1. King Studio 킹스튜디오 This recording and mixing studio is...

Standard

The standard lesson plan will guide students to eventually graduate with a TOPIK certifcation. If you have plans to further your studies in Korea or start a career in Korea this is the plan for you.   

This lesson plan is highly comprehensive as compared to the Globetrotter plan. In addition, we offer advise to help students to bridge them to their desired Korean University or getting their first job in Korea.

The outline for this course are as follows:

PART I: BASIC

  1. Learning basic Hangeul consonants and vowels
  2. Learning pure vowels sound & Understanding Korean numbers
  3. Learning hard Hangeul sounds and double consonants
  4. Learning final consonants
  5. Making an appointment / Making a suggestion / Explaining one’s plans
  6. Describing seasons / Describing weather / Explaining reasons
  7. Expressing weekend activities and plans & Asking and answering questions about experience
  8. Finding out about transportation & Making and answering telephone calls
  9. Talking about hobbies and experience
  10. Introducing family members & Asking and answering questions
  11. Speaking at public places in an appropriate manner & Sending a letter and a package at a post office
  12. Describing symptoms / Understanding how to take medication / Giving advice

PART II: PRE-INTERMEDIATE

  1. Introducing yourself in formal and informal settings & Introducing your hobbies
  2. Comparing the weather / Understanding the weather forecast / Explaining the weather
  3. Buying fruits / Buying clothes / Explaning one’s taste in clothes
  4. Asking for directions / Explaining how to get to a place
  5. Asking how one is and answer how you are / Describing appearance and clothes / Describing what one wear
  6. Asking transportation / Explaining transportation
  7. Talking about feelings and emotions / Giving congratulations or encouragement
  8. Asking travel information & Explaining your travel experience
  9. Asking a favor / Accepting a request / Refusing a request
  10. Talking about plan and resolutions / Talking about a city
  11. Explaining symptoms and the causes / Buying medicine
  12. Talking about moving and the conditions of a house to rent