Learn Korean from Native & Indian teachers

Learn Korean from Native & Indian teachers

Enroll in beginner-level online courses to communicate in Korean.

Experience Asia’s most popular culture from the comfort of your home.

Why learn Korean online?

Forget that there are 78 million people worldwide who speak Korean. Don’t we all know kids and adults who are into K-Drama or K-Pop? But that’s just the tip of the iceberg as far as why the Korean language is more popular now than ever before.

Logical & inclusive

It’s based on a very logical writing system that sharpens the brain.

No-gender nouns

It’s an inclusive & uncomplicated language without any noun genders.

Culture all the way

It’s a window into a new world – from K-content to dizzyingly-rich cultures.

Here comes the boom

Learn fast – thanks to straightforward grammar & easy phonetics.

Everything’s hi-tech

The local tech landscape has roots in some of the largest global tech brands.

Now, that’s a vacation

It’s a dream holiday destination for students, solo backpackers & families!

Meet our
Korean teachers

Curiotory only works with native language speakers and Indian teachers who are specialists in what they do. They’re not only proficient in the nuances of the Korean language – but also academically and socially aware of the country’s rich and vast culture

Meet Neha Cariappa

Neha graduated from the University of San Francisco with a Master’s in Asia Pacific Studies. She also completed her academic research on South Korea, its culture, and societal factors.

Beyond that, Neha is also fiercely passionate about teaching the Korean language and helping shrink boundaries in Asia and across the world.

Meet Siddhi Kamat

Meet Siddhi Kamat. She is a language enthusiast alongside being a certified Korean tutor with 3 years of experience in teaching Korean Language. She is C1 certified trainer.

After learning about 5 Indian languages, she started gaining interest

in foreign languages as well. And Korean  of the first foreign

languages she took up after finding similarities between Korean and

her  mother-tongue, Kannada.  Realizing that like her, many other people in

India have started to like the Korean language and culture so much, she

thought that it would be a good idea to help other people learn, using

the approach of relating it with Hindi. She have found this method to be

really beneficial and she is trying to employ this technique to the best of

her abilities.

Why learn Korean online?

Forget that there are 78 million people worldwide who speak Korean. Don’t we all know kids and adults who are into K-Drama or K-Pop? But that’s just the tip of the iceberg as far as why the Korean language is more popular now than ever before.

Logical & inclusive

It’s based on a very logical writing system that sharpens the brain.

No-gender nouns

It’s an inclusive & uncomplicated language without any noun genders.

Culture all the way

It’s a window into a new world – from K-content to dizzyingly-rich cultures.

Here comes the boom

Korea has been the world’s most innovative economy for five years successively.

Everything’s hi-tech

The local tech landscape has roots in some of the largest global tech brands.

Now, that’s a vacation

It’s a dream holiday destination for students, solo backpackers & families!

Meet our
Korean teachers

Curiotory only works with native language speakers and Indian teachers who are specialists in what they do. They’re not only proficient in the nuances of the Korean language – but also academically and socially aware of the country’s rich and vast culture

Meet Neha Cariappa

Neha graduated from the University of San Francisco with a Master’s in Asia Pacific Studies. She also completed her academic research on South Korea, its culture, and societal factors.

Beyond that, Neha is also fiercely passionate about teaching the Korean language and helping shrink boundaries in Asia and across the world.

Meet Siddhi Kamat

Meet Siddhi Kamat. She is a language enthusiast alongside being a certified Korean tutor with 3 years of experience in teaching Korean Language. She is C1 certified trainer.

After learning about 5 Indian languages, she started gaining interest

in foreign languages as well. And Korean  of the first foreign

languages she took up after finding similarities between Korean and

her  mother-tongue, Kannada.  Realizing that like her, many other people in

India have started to like the Korean language and culture so much, she

thought that it would be a good idea to help other people learn, using

the approach of relating it with Hindi. She have found this method to be

really beneficial and she is trying to employ this technique to the best of

her abilities.

What you can learn

Listen

Increase listening comprehension with quick recalling abilities.

Read

Widen vocabulary by picking up new words & phrases – with critical thinking.

Speak & Pronounce

Get phonetically fluent in the basic Korean language with a flair for articulation.

Basic Grammar

Establish a solid base in grammar & understand linguistic nuances.

Pragmatic Awareness

Be in control of day-to-day conversations without being lost in translation.

Cultural Context

Learn how Koreans use language to express their culture.

Our Korean curriculum

Beginner Level 1A

Duration

3 months

(36 instruction hours)

Alphabets

Basic Hangeul intonation & pronunciation with emphasis on consonants, vowels, phrases, greetings, etc.

In The Classroom

Basic grammar for self-introduction, common verbs, names of countries/nationalities, etc.

Daily Life

Understanding objects, subjects, locations, suggestions, orders, requests, etc.

Beginner Level 1B

Duration

3 months

(36 instruction hours)

Shopping & Past Actions

Formal speech, past tenses, interrogatives, money-related terms, etc.

Weather & Time

Negative, past tenses, date/time/weather expressions, pronunciation rules, etc

Weekend Plans & Activities

Communicate on plans/activities/hobbies, express liking/frequency, etc.

How we measure & improve your Korean

REAL-TIME
EVALUATION

Level of speaking, writing, reading & listening comprehension

FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT

Assessment of homework, class participation & grammar

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

In-depth measurement of French proficiency – covering three months

Why our Korean students love us

Want a sneak preview of what makes us awesome? Take a free demo class!

Frequently Asked Questions

The short answer would be “No” since the Korean language is based on a logical system that can be easily understood through a structured course. It also has genderless nouns – making it less complex to have conversations about daily life.

You can be fairly fluent in the Korean language at the end of 12 months or so – but it will only take three months to hold a contextual and sensible 3-minute conversation. It means that at the end of Curiotory’s beginner’s course, you can talk to a native Korean speaker!

It’s true that we live in a DIY world where instructional videos are a dime a dozen. So, the truth is that if you only need to know enough Korean to vaguely understand what’s happening in your favorite K-Drama, you can learn it by yourself. However, you want to listen, speak, and understand the Korean language while understanding the country’s culture, sign up right here.

Although it is easier to learn any language when you are younger, age is not a deterrent when you are trying to learn Spanish. You can start your learning journey irrespective of your age or where you are from. Spanish offers a range of reasons for people from across demographics to learn the language. If you have found a reason that suits you, you will find no difficulty in beginning to learn.

Since 2020, remote learning has become the new normal. Today, the world is becoming more hybrid. There are more career and travel opportunities all over the world – but the path to getting there seems to be driven by contactless learning experiences. For instance, Curiotory is your friendly-neighborhood yet truly global online platform to attend language courses!

Our Korean curriculum (for Beginner Level 1A and 1B) has a detailed approach to measuring your language proficiency and assessing your understanding of the country’s culture. At the end of the six-month course (inclusive of levels A & B), you can hold daily-life conversations and understand important aspects of Korean culture.

Let’s break it down into three major factors:

Customized for individuals: We believe that every individual is unique. So, we customize the Korean language course based on unique needs.

Language specialists-only: Our Korean teachers are native speakers or specialized Indian teachers with an academic background in language and a passion for the culture.

Cognitive prowess: We incubate cognitive and cultural insights about the Korean language and society into the learning process.

Learn Korean
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  • Take a free Korean demo class
  • Get personalized courses
  • Better understand Korean culture
  • Learn from native & Indian teachers

Start learning Korean online the right way

  • Take a free Korean demo class
  • Get personalized courses
  • Better understand Korean culture
  • Learn from native & Indian teachers