Monday, September 3, 2012

Full-Day Beginners Intensive in September

Saturday, September 8, 2012
11 AM ~ 7 PM
Koreatown, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Exact address will e-mailed individually by Friday afternoon
RSVP strongly recommended.
See below for details.
Free for classes
$8~10 for the venue

Before providing you with details about this special intensive classes, we'd like to remind you that the Summer Study Group for the Intermediate Korean Learners is having its last day on September 8. So please join the study group and meet each other! Please click here for details.

To avoid the confusion, please read the instruction thoroughly. Thanks!

UPDATE (Sept 7 2012): Please note the change of schedule.
To minimize the cost, I had to change the venue. Since most venues do not open at 10 am, I also had to change the time. It affects only the first class, which starts later than originally scheduled. Thank you for your understanding my effort to keep the classes free of charge.

Kindly update your RSVP if this affects your schedule. Thank you.

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Usually our workshop days are designed to accommodate multiple levels of Korean learners. This time, we will have a different kind of workshop: a Full-Day Intensive Classes dedicated to Beginners (and Novice).

Classes will be intensive, but you will be in a casual and laid-back setting. Let's laugh and have fun while learning too.

Click "more" and/or see below for the event details.

*한국어 원어민이세요? 도와주세요! 여기를 누르고 읽어주세요. 감사합니다.

Each session is approximately 45 minutes with 15-minute break for Q&A.

Session Time Description
1 11:00 AM ~ 1:00 PM
* time changed
Korean writing system (Hangeul reading & writing), pronunciation drills, self-introductions and a few essential expressions.
Lunch! 1:15 PM ~ 1:40 PM
* time changed
도우미, 선생님 준비 모임 (필수)
한국어 원어민이시면  반드시 참석해 주셔야 하며, 참석하지 않으신 분은 당일 이벤트에 참석하실 수 없습니다. 이해와 협조 부탁드립니다. 자세한 내용 여기 클릭
2 2:00 PM ~ 4:00 PM BEGINNERS 2.1
Korean sentence structure, various markers, regular verbs, simple questions and answers, and talking about yourself
3 5:00 PM ~ 7 PM BEGINNERS 2.2
Respect in language (honorific/humble), irregular verbs, possessives, more markers, more questions and answers. How to make requests politely. Practical expressions to solicit others' help to so that they would help you with your Korean study. Introduction to numbers and related expressions.

  1. Please read RSVP/No-Show Policy.
  2. Registration PriorityFirst come, first serve in following order:
    (1) Members
    (2) Those who sign up for the entire classes.
    (3) First-time sign-up.

  3. Registration Period
    Now through Friday, September 7, 5 pm
  4. How to RSVP

    MEETUP MEMBERS: please click here to RSVP.

    ALL OTHER MEMBERS: Email following information to
    (1) Email subject: RSVP - KLCX 2012 September Beginners Intensive
    (2) Full name(s)
    (3) ID if you are a member of groups on line (Google, Ping, Facebook etc.)
    (4) Your mobile/text number in case of emergency
    (5) Your guest's information: names, email address/phone number

  5. Receive E-mail Confirmation.
    You will receive e-mail confirmation in 24 hours
    then, the address by Friday evening.
  What to Bring
  • Pencils
  • Erasers
  • Scratch papers and/or notebooks.
  • Smile, Energy and Positive attitude
For beginners level, the use of a tablet or a notebook is NOT allowed. You are required to write with your own hands.

All classes are free. However as a courtesy, we ask that you order at least one item so that we can keep coming to the venue.

Additional donation is appreciated but not required. It will help us defray the cost of organizing events like this - so that we can keep on organizing low- to no-cost events like this.

  • If you have a PayPal account, please help us save on transaction fees. Send the fund to and choose "Gift" or "I'm sending money to family or friends."
  • If you don't have PayPal account, credit card payment is available. Please click "Donate" to make your payment.

Thanks for your support and helping us support you!

 Host(s) & How to Contact Us
Korean Language & Culture Exchange, Los Angeles
Zean E Yoon | Click here to contact us

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  1. A couple of you wanted study materials beforehand. Thanks for asking! I am sorry to say that all study materials will be handed out during classes only, i.e. to attendees only. This is not because I do not want to share the study materials (you can see all my lessons on line on various sites). Here is why:

    For every workshop I re-write curriculum and study materials so that they are customized based on your specific skill sets and circumstances. Plus, this intensive course is even shorter than the regular intensive course (we're meeting only 6 hours!). So I must have flexible study plans for you and will be taking different approaches to guide you through. At the end of day, you will have plenty to take home - so please come.

    See you in 24 hours!

    Zean Yoon, Korean Instructor

  2. Sweet, sweet day!

    We all were exhausted after 8 hours of learning and practicing. But at the end of the day, 19 people walked out of the room, being able to say and understand "Who does what and where" and "Who goes/comes/returns from and/or to where." What a productive day! I cannot wait to do this again. Thanks all for coming and doing so well!


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