Monday, June 25, 2012

2012 Summer Saturday Study Group (Intermediate)

Saturdays: July 7 ~ September 8, 2012
11:00 AM ~ 1:00 PM
Koreatown, Los Angeles, CA, USA
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During summer while schools are out, students of Korean language in Los Angeles area meet on Saturdays to practice and study Korean. If you are an intermediate level, you're invited!

* 한국어 원어민이세요? 한국어 스터디 그룹 도우미 해 주실분을 찾습니다. 먼저 특별히 부탁의 말씀이 있으니 꼭 읽어주세요. 그리고 디렉터에게 이메일로 자원 신청을 해 주시면 감사드리겠습니다. 저희 학생들을 도와주셔서 감사합니다!

 Hosts and Contacts
Elie Seyedian, Member of KLCX, Los Angeles
Click here to contact Host of the Study Group
Click here to contact the KLCX office

Please read RSVP/No-Show Policy.

MEETUP MEMBERS: please click here to RSVP.

ALL OTHER MEMBERS: See below for email address.

A Message from a Hostess

Please join us for a Korean study group – Intermediate level, every Saturday, 11-1 PM, from July 7 to September 8, 2012, at the Yellow House Café, 234 S Oxford Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90004 (close to Western and 3rd). Free parking across the street. 

We go over Intermediate level grammar and vocabulary, and practice altogether. We try to have a Korean native speaker help us out every Saturday.

We are looking for more Intermediate to Advanced level students and Korean native speakers to join our group. The native speaker does not need to bring any teaching material. In exchange, we treat him or her for lunch!

This is a free event, however as a courtesy, we ask that you order at least one item so that we can keep coming to this venue. Their banana cappuccinos and chocolate smores are to die for! For their menu and directions:

Please email me if you’re interested at Please RSVP by Friday, so that we know how big of a table we should get. Thanks.

If you are a beginner, this group may be too difficult for you. Feel free to email me and I can refer you to a similar weekly group organized for beginners.

Hope to see many of you there!


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