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University of Washington, Seattle (PhD)
University of Washington, Seattle (Master's)
I have been teaching Korean more than 5 years at UW and other places as well. I have taught in a group class as well as private sessions. I am especially interested in my learners' language development and cultural exposure so I use anything which can help the language learning including, K-pop, K-films and dramas as well as fundamental grammar and vocab. I majored in linguistics and I have written several academic papers on Korean language acquisition. But most importantly, fun and easy classes will be guaranteed!
I have been teaching Korean more than 5 years at UW and other places as well. I have taught in a group class as well as private sessions. I am especially interested in my learners' language development and cultural exposure so I use
I loved my first lesson. Hyunjung made it fun and she is so knowledgeable, and makes learning easy. I loved her approach and her pleasant personality.
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I will be your best language teacher in your life! I have a Ph.D of Linguistics specialized in Korean language acquisition by English, Chinese and Japanese native speakers. I have been teaching at the University of Washington and other colleges (my teaching evaluation is 4.9 out of 5). My approach of teaching Korean is 1) language class should be fun 2) a learner can understand the similarity and differences in Korean and his/her own native language and 3) a learner will practice speaking by understanding grammar. Due to the time conflicts, I cannot teach many students; I can only teach those who are motivated and interested in languages as I am! :)