Korean Lessons – Claire Kim

by Mariette Umagat • February 11, 2020

Claire Kim is a graduate of Seattle University’s master’s program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

Alexander Tang

Korean Lessons – Alex Tang

by John Compton • November 6, 2019

Alex has classroom experience teaching primary and secondary school students who have recently immigrated from China, as well as Chinese-Americans in a nonprofit organization located in Chinatown. Alex’s desire is to garner more attention to teaching Cantonese as a second, foreign, additional, or other language in the United States and hopes that public schools and universities will follow suit. As a heritage learner and speaker of Cantonese, Alex is determined to spread the word of Cantonese language learning in the Greater Seattle Area.

Bellevue College

Bellevue College – Korean

by John Compton • May 24, 2017

Class Type: Adult/Community Class
Location: Bellevue
Duration: 9 weeks, 2 hours/week
Cost: Varies

Washington Korean Language and Culture Exchange

by John Compton • May 1, 2017

Class Type: Meetup
Location: Varies, typically University District
Frequency: Monthly
Cost: Free

Washington Academy of Languages – Korean

by John Compton • August 27, 2016

Class Type: Adult/Community Class
Location: Belltown
Duration: 10 Weeks, 2 hours/week
Cost: $400

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Korean Classes – United Seattle & Bellevue Korean School

by John Compton • August 23, 2016

Class Type: Elementary/Community Classes
Location: Shoreline and Bellevue
Duration: Varies
Cost: Sliding Scale

UW Seattle Campus

University of Washington – Korean

by John Compton • August 15, 2016

Class Type: University Class
Location: University District
Duration: School year, 5 hours/week
Cost: University Enrollment

OneWorld Now! – Korean

by John Compton • August 12, 2016

Class Type: High School Classes
Location: Various
Duration: School year, 3 hours/week
Cost: Sliding Scale