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BFA SUNY-New Paltz (Art)
SOAS-University of London (Master's)
SOAS-University of London (PhD)
My mother tongue is Korean and I have taught translation course at an university while pursuing my PhD in London. I am very keen on learning foreign languages myself. I learned Japanese a few years ago. And I can definitely help those who want to learn Korean whether intensively in a short term or regularly over a long period of time.
The best way to get better at your foreign language is by practicing it. In addition, imagining that you are actually communicating in that language helps. I will be happy to teach you, study with you, whether it is speaking, reading, writing or analysing the grammar of the Korean language.
Korean is my mother tongue. I have an MA in translation and PhD degree pending - in Korean Studies with a focus on translation issues b
I am one of those people who might be labelled as a language addict. As a recent foreign learner of the Japanese language myself I can understand how intimidating or frustrating (while fascinating) your foreign language learning can be. Stop struggling. Language learning is best when it involves interaction with other people who speak or know the language you want to learn. I can help you to become a great mimic if you wan to practice conversation with imaginative power. I have the knowledge to help you to understand the structure of the Korean language if you are curious about it. I can also help you translate between Korean and English. My mother tongue is Korean and I have taught translation course at an university while pursuing my PhD in London. I am very keen on learning foreign languages myself. I learned Japanese a few years ago. And I can definitely help
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I studied the structure of Korean during my MA course. I taught different groups of learners of Korean in a university course translation practices (from and into English). I also used Korean short stories to teach new vocabulary and familiarized my students with Korean cultural context. I am currently finishing a PhD course in Korean studies.