The Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, will launch a semester of free, real-time and online Korean classes beginning on July 20.
A total of nine levels are offered (Introductory Korean, Basic A, B, Intermediate A, B, C, and Advanced A), and registration, which began on July 6, will be on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, visit kccla.org/koreanlanguageprogram.
The center has also announced that it will offer a free online Korean Level Test, which allows participants to get an immediate evaluation of their appropriate level. Participants may only register for one level and transfers between levels will not be permitted. To register, visit nuri.iksi.or.kr/front/page/participation/onlineLevelTest/main.do.
Each class will be capped at 30 students to ensure the best possible remote learning experience. As with the other sessions, the summer 2021 classes will run from 7 to 9 p.m. every Tuesday.
The program is open to anyone 18 or older interested in learning about Korean language and culture. For information, call (323)936-3025.
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