KCCUK – Learn Korean within a Cinematic Context

Application period extended to 15th September @ 6pm

Learn Korean within a Cinematic Context!

King Sejong Institute

This September sees the start of a new kind of language course at the Korean Cultural Centre UK. After years of the very successful and always packed Sejong language classes, the KCCUK is now introducing a fun and different way to learn the Korean language, through Cinema Context. We love the KCCUK for many things, the two main things being the language course (how KCM met) and the Korean film nights, so it is really cool to see them combine these two aspects to create a very exciting new course.

But before we all get super excited, to qualify for this course you must be either a Sejong Institute Graduate or have a prior knowledge of the Korean language (see below for more details). Also the course dates are 18 September – 20 November 2014, and classes are every Thursday from 4:30pm to 6:20pm which will be a problem for all those who work 9-5, i.e. Us, so we’re a bit disappointed we won’t be able to join but it’ll no doubt be a very interesting way to further your Korean language skills! And like all the other courses at the KCCUK, this course is also FREE!

If you’ve always wanted to develop your Korean and go that extra mile but have never been the studying type then this fun new course should help! This course will utilise Korean films to help you further your Korean. It will cover a total of 3 Korean films over 10 weeks; 3 weeks to each film. This is a newly designed course which will give you a refreshingly new approach to learning Korean.

How could would it be to get to learn the Busan accent!

*As far as we know, this is not one of the films that will be used in the course. But how cool would it be to get to learn the Busan accent! ~ still from Nameless Gangster (2012)

Course Information

Dates: Every Thursday from 18th Sept. to 20th Nov. 2014
Time: 16.30-18.20
Venue: KCCUK Seminar Room
Spaces currently available: 6
Tuition Fee: Free

Application information

Application window now extended:
21st Aug – 15th Sept. 18:00
Download the application form via THIS LINK

Your applications must arrive before Monday 15th September 2014 – 6pm

You can submit your application via the following methods:
E-mail : yeowool.jang@kccuk.org.uk
Post : Yeowool JANG, The Korean Cultural Centre UK,
Grand Buildings, 1-3 Strand
London, WC2N 5BW
Fax : 020 7004 2619

Please note that this course is for over 18s only.

This course is not suitable for new beginners, if you are new to Korean you should check out the Sejong language courses available at the KCCUK.

To qualify for the Learn Korean within a Cinematic Context course you must be either a Sejong Institute Graduate or have at least 180 class hours of prior learning or an equivalent experience with the Korean language.

Student selection is lottery based and all successful applicants will be notified on the 16th of September but please note there will be an entrance test! To ensure that courses will run smoothly and that you are suitable for the course, you will have to be available for a language level test on 11th and 12th September (*** This info has not been updated since application window was extended but we’ll let you know if a new date is given) There will also be a final test at the end of the course.

We wish you luck in your applications! Currently not much information is given about the course, for example what films will be used, but we’re very jealous already! Have fun!

The Thieves 2012 Zampano Kim Soo Hyun

*Again, no films have been confirmed. We just like to add a few pictures to our posts for aesthetic reasons. But can we learn Korean from Kim Soohyun please? ~ still from The Thieves (2012)

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