Korean Language Course

  • 56 Hrs (46 Hrs Training+ 5Hrs GD+5Hrs Exam Prep) for KL
  • Champion the TOPIK and KLPT Exam Preparations
  • 25+ Assignments with Recorded Videos from Native Speakers

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    Curriculum deigned as per KICE (Korea Institute for Curriculum & Evaluation)
    Each level in the Korean language course is tought with care and needs in focus
    Prepare for the Korean Language Proficiency test with 25000+ vocabulary
    100% Practical Training from Native Experience Korean Trainers
    Get a 1-Year Gold Membership of the Language Academy
    Access to E-Learning LMS Portal (Recording, Practice Tests, Presentations, etc)

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    About the Course

    Korean Language course

    The Korean language course is designed to comprehend topics and lexis. Moreover, you will learn grammatical concepts to enhance and upgrade your skills. Henry Harvin® will assist you in speaking the Korean Language. 

     Different levels of Korean language tests are:

    TOPIK Test of Proficiency in Korean is a written test that measures the ability of non-native speakers. The test measures proficiency in reading, writing, and listening comprehension in the Korean language. Three levels of test are:

    • Beginners level 1 & 2- This level has two sections that are reading and listening to the basic Korean vocabulary grammar and more of the Korean language
    • Intermediate level 3 & 4- This level deals with the Korean language which is combined with three sections: listening, reading, and writing
    • Advanced level 5 & 6- This level deals with the skills of reading, writing, listening to sentence structure and formation as well as the vocabulary in a wider sense

    9 in 1 Course

    • Training-  Two-way Live Online Interactive Session

                                 Level 1 - 56 + hours 

                                 Level 2 - 56 + hours

                                 Level 3 - 56 + hours

                                 Level 4 - 56 + hours

                                 Level 5 - 66+ hours

                                 Level 6 - 66+ hours

    • Projects: Facility to undergo projects in Korean language, implementation and more
    • Internship: To gain Practical knowledge in Korean language
    • Certification: Get certification of Korean Language Training Course from Henry Harvin® Govt. of India recognized and award-winning Institute
    • Placement: 100% Placement Support for 1-Year post successful completion
    • E-learning: Access to abundant tools and techniques, video content, assessment, and more
    • Bootcamps: Regular bootcamp session over next 12 months
    • Hackathons: Free access to #AskHenry hackathons and competitions
    • Membership: Get one-year gold membership of Henry Harvin Language Academy for the Korean Language Course

    Trainers at Henry Harvin®

    • Most renowned industry trainers with 11+years of working experience
    • Have been invited for 120+ keynotes classes for the Korean Language Course
    • Have delivered 250+ lectures and are currently impaneled as domain experts with Henry Harvin® Language Academy

    Gold Membership Benefits

    • Avail 1 year Gold Membership of Henry Harvin® Language Academy that includes E-Learning Access through recorded videos, games, projects CPDSPe studies
    • Free Bootcamp Session for 1 year
    • Earn the Prestigious Henry Harvin® Alumni Status and become one of the reputed  3,00,000 + Alumni across the Globe Guaranteed Internship with Henry Harvin or partner firms
    • Weekly 10+ job opportunities offered
    • Experience industry projects during the training

    Learning Benefits

    • Learn the Korean Language as a second language and boost your intellectual growth
    • Express yourself clearly among the Korean crowd
    • Learn basics of sentence structure
    • Learn the basics of word building 
    • Communicate habitual actions in a  better way
    • Learn to Express your thoughts fluently
    • Advance cross-cultural skills and get familiar with cultural dimensions
    • Develop organizational skills by actively reading and writing the Korean alphabets

    Recognitions of Henry Harvin® Education

    • Winner of Top Corporate Training Award, Game-Based Learning Company of the under 40 Business World Award
    • Affiliated with the American Association of EFL, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, MSME, UKAF, UKCert, Project Management Institute (PMI), and ISO 29990:2010 certified
    • Reviews: 1400+ Google Reviews, 200+ YouTube Testimonials with 4.5+ Rating Rated on GoAbroad, Trustpilot, GoOverseas & more

    Career Benefits

    • Enhance career and employment prospects with exceptional growth opportunity
    • Better Job opportunities and security
    • Get recognized certification of Korean Language Course from Henry HarvinⓇ Education
    • Become an instructor or a translator after successfully completing the Korean Language Course
    • Become a highly paid freelancer or a full-time professional on completion of the Korean Language Course
    • Become a content writer or an editor in MNC companies
    • Improve your cv and LinkedIn profile with professional and technical development
    • Connect with millions of people worldwide in the arena of Korean Language
    Course Curriculum

    Beginners: Level 1

    Preview

    Module 1: Hangeul I

    In this module, learners will get to know about the language right from the basics.

    • Getting to know the language

    Introduction to Hangeul

    Learners will know about the Korean Alphabet

    • Alphabet

    Vowels

    Learners will know about the vowels of the Korean Alphabet

    • Learning Vowels

    Consonants

    Learners will know about the consonants of the Korean Alphabet

    • Learning Consonants

    Module 2: Hangeul II

    Learners will get to know about the language right from basics

    • Getting to know about language.

    Learning ending Consonants

    know about Korean final consonants (Batchim)

    • Pronunciation of Batchim

    Learning Korean Greetings

    Greetings Words

    • Greetings 

    Module 3: Introduction to Korea & Korean language

     Gain basics knowledge of Korea and Korean.

    • Introduction to Korea

    Country and Nationality

    Know about country and nationality.

    • Korean nationality

    Module 4: Introduction to Sentence Structure

    Learn about the sentences which are used to indicate the identity of a subject and a predicate

    • Basic Sentence

    Human Body Parts

    Know about the body parts in human beings

    • Body Parts

    Module 5: Informal Sentences

    Learn about the informal way of talking

    • Informal Sentence

    Colour name

    Learn name of colours in Korean

    • Name of Colours

    Profession

     Learn about the different profession names

    • Profession Name

    Module 6: Formal Interrogative Form

    Learn to make the formal questions

    • Question Forming

    Name of Animals & birds

    learn the name of animals & birds in korean

    • Animals & Bird

    Module 7: Informal Interrogative Form

    Learn to make the informal questions

    • Question Forming

    Foods Items

    Know food vocabulary

    • Food Vocabs

    Insects

    Learn the name of insects

    • Insects

    Classroom Expressions

    Enhance Learners to say the expressions during class

    • Daily routine

    Module 8: Sentence with existing things

    Make sentences with the things which exist

    • Existing things sentences

    Plural Form

    Learn the plural form

    • Plural Form

    Tensification Rule

    Learn the tensification sound rule

    • Tensification Rule

    Days Name

    Learn the name of days in Korean

    • Name of Days

    Module 9: Question for Existing things

    Make questions with the things which exist

    • Existing things sentences

    Prepositions

    Know about the preposition words

    • Prepositions

    Food Ingredients

    Enhance speaking skills

    • Food / Ingredients

    Module 10: Negative existing thing sentences

    Make sentences with the things which doesn't exist

    • Negative existing things sentence

    Shopping Vocabulary

    Know about other essential items of daily life

    • Shopping

    Module 11: Honorific Form

    Make sentence in a honorific form

    • Honorific Sentences

    Family Related Name

    Know all the name the family members

    • Family Members

    Module 12: Simple Present Tense

    Conjugate the verbs and make simple present tense

    • Asking and answering about Present actions

    Locative Particle

    Learners will get to know how to use locative particles

    • Locative Particle

    Adverbial Particle

     Learners will get to know how to use locative particles

    • Adverbial Particle

    Module 13: Interrogative Formal ending

    Conjugate the verbs and make simple present tense

    • Interrogative ending for formal sentences

    Numerals

    Learn about Pure and Sino Numerals. (Money, time, Date etc.)

    • Sino & Pure Numerals

    Time

    Learners will get to know how to use numbers in different ways

    • Time

    Module 14: Honorific Suffix

    Learners will get to know how to use the honorific suffix ending

    • Honorific Suffix

    Honorific Subjective Particle

    Learners will get to know how to use honorific subjective particles

    • Subjective Particle

    Honorific Forms

    Learners will get to know how to use honorific forms

    • Honorific Forms

    Module 15: Informal Verb Ending

    Learners will get to know how to use Informal verb ending

    • Informal verb endings

    Police: Lost & Found

    Learners will get to know how to use vocabs related to police

    • Police related Vocabs

    Module 16: Conversations

    Learners will get to know how to conversate on different topics.

    • Different Conversation

     

    Beginners: Level 2

    Preview

    Module 1: Informal Honorific Form

    Learn Informal honorific forms

    • Informal Honorific forms

    Counting Units

     Learn about counting the pieces

    • Pieces Counting

    Module 2: Adjective Verb

    Learn about adjective verb endings

    • Adjective verb ending

    Korean Weather

    Learn about adjective verb endings

    • Korean weather

    Module 3: Past Tense

    Learn about Past Tense

    • Learn more about times.

    Conversation

    Learn about conversations about your hometown

    • Conversation

    Module 4: Past Tense Aspect

    Learn about past tense-aspect forms

    • Past Tense Aspect

    Sports

    Learn about sports names in Korean

    • Name of sports

    Module 5: Future Tense

    Learn about Past Tense

    • Sentence framing in future tense

    Month & days

    Learn about months and days

    • Days & Month

    Module 6: Adverb Negation

    Learn about subject practice in the negative, which means 'not' in English

    • Adverb of negation

    Clothes

    Learn about the name of clothes

    • Clothes

    Module 7: Negative Sentence description

    Learn about certain situations in the negative, which means 'do not' in English

    • Sentences making for negative answers

    Personal hygiene and Household

    Learn about vocabs related to Personal hygiene

    • Personal Hygiene Vocabulary

    Module 8: Hortative Sentence Ending

    Learn about how to encourage the second person

    • Encouraging sentence making

    Shopping

    Learn about shopping vocabs

    • Shopping Vocabs

    Module 9: Ability or Possibility

    Learn about the expression of ability or possibility of the subject

    • Sentence framing about possibility events

    Entertainment

    Learn about vocabs related to entertainment

    • Entertainment Vocabs

    Module 10: Desire to do Something

    Learn about hope or wish to do something. Means "wants to do/ to be"

    • Sentence making on something that wants to be

    Sightseeing

    Learn about sightseeing vocabs

    • Sightseeing Vocabs

    Module 11: Interrogative Suggestion

    Learn about expressing suggestion or supposition or intention

    • Sentence making

    Business Vocabs

    Learn about vocabs related to business

    • Business Words

    Module 12: Shows Service

    Learn about service or favor or politeness rather than the imperative mode for the object by attaching it to the stems of the verbs

    • Sentence framing for a favor

    Vacation Rental

    Learn about vacation vocabs

    • Vacation Rental

    Module 13: Confirms the Content

    Learn about when a speaker confirms the contents or asks the listeners consent or affirmation

    • Confirms the Content

    Plane

    Learn about plane vocabs

    • Plane

    Border

    Learn about border vocabs

    • Border

    Module 14: Confirmation Ending

    Learn about when an ending expresses confirmation or exclamation

    • Confirmation Ending Sentences

    Weekend

    Learn about conversation on weekends

    • Weekend

    Photography

    Learn about photography vocabs

    • Photography

    Module 15: Nominal Ending

    Learn about when a suffix attached to an action verb then works as a noun or a nominal clause

    • Nominal Ending Sentences

    Dentist

    Learn about dentist vocabs

    • Dentist

    Picnic

    Learn about picnic topics

    • Picnic

    Module 16: Ending of Probable Events

    Learn about probable events in the future.

    • Sentence framing about possible events in the future

    In a airplane

    Learn how to converse in an airplane

    • Airplane

    Disease & hospital

    Learn about disease & hospital vocabs

    • Disease, hospital

    Module 17: Negative Imperative ending

    Learn about how to say simply "Please don't"

    • Saying No in a pleasant way

    Family

    Learn about family topics

    • Family

    Doctor

    Learn how to converse with a doctor

    • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Doctor

    Module 18: Hanja

    Learn about the hanja

    • Hanja

     

     

    Intermediate: Level 3

    Preview

    Module 1: Adverbial Connective

    Learn about connective endings between two clauses

    • Connection between two clause

    Module 2: Conditional Ending

    Learn about a condition in the first clause

    • Condition in a clause

    Module 3: Connective Ending

    Learn about the ending of a clause or condition which brings its effect in the following clause

    • Ending of a clause or condition

    Module 4: Particle

    Learn about a particle attached to a noun

    • Particle attached to noun

    Module 5: Compare sentences

    Learn about a particle to compare two or more things

    • Comparison Sentence

    Module 6: Particle with Noun

    Learn about sentence framing - "Like, 'as much as', "enough to",etc

    • Particle with Noun

    Module 7: Conjunctive sentence

    Learn about when an action follows the former action

    • Action following the former action

    Module 8: Dependent Noun

    Learn about sentence framing- "Instead of...", "in place", "on one's behalf"

    • Dependent Noun

    Module 9: Dependent particle

    Learn about sentence framing like - "as just as, just as it is, etc

    • Dependent particle

    Module 10: Combine Sentences

    This module will make students learn about how to combine a sentence.

    • Combine Sentence

    Module 11: Decide to do something

    This module will make students learn about sentences which will frame like "decide to do something."

    • Nominal Ending

    Module 12: Adnominal Form

    This module will make students learn about how to combine a sentence.

    • Adnominal Form

    Module 13: Suppositional Ending

    This module will make students learn about sentence framing like- "It seems", "It is likely".

    • Suppositional Ending

    Module 14: Adverbial Ending

    This module will make students learn about attaching phrase to verbs and its meaning is "to turn out to be", "come to be".

    • Adverbial Ending

    Module 15: Colloquial Usage

    This module will make students learn about sentence framing - "seems to be", or "look like".

    • Colloquial Usage
    Intermediate: Level 4

    Preview

    Module 1: Dependent Noun

    Learn about having an occasion of having done or been

    • Dependent Noun
    • Forms with the time (days, weeks, months, years)

    Module 2: Particle

    Learn about expressing status, capacity, position or qualifications

    • Translation of "as", or "in the capacity of"
    • Particle usage which can be translated into "should be" in English
    • Particle usage which can be translated into "far from....." in English

    Module 3: Connective Ending

    Learn about implying adversative meaning like "but", or "however"

    • Connective Ending

    Module 4: Nominal Ending

    Learn about gerund in English. Sentences like- "because of doing it"

    • Nominal Ending

    Module 5: Auxiliary Verbs

    Learn about auxiliary verbs expressing current works

    • Auxiliary Verbs Expression
    • Auxiliary Verbs used with action verbs
    • The topic marker which specifies direction, means, status, cause, etc

    Module 6:Predicative Ending

    Learn about how to bring opposite concepts and continue to explain the contents

    • Predicative Ending attached to a verb stem

    Module 7: Conjunctive Ending

    Learn about when a conjunctive ending is attached to a verb stem that list several options without showing a preference

    • Conjunctive Ending which can be translated into "or" in English
    • It is related with two actions in two clauses in consecutive sequence
    Advanced: Level 5

    Preview

    Module1: Interrogative Adnominal

    Learn about Sentence framing like - "how much" or "how many" or "what time"

    • This works as an interrogative adnominal and always precedes nouns

    Module 2: Interrogative Pronoun

    Learn about an adverb meaning "around" or "approximately" used to express rough measurement of time or any other figures

    • Number or Nominal unit or Interrogative Pronoun

    Module 3: Interrogative Ending

    Learn about an interrogative ending attached to a verb stem expressing his/her closeness or politeness

    • Interrogative Ending in Question

    Module 4: Conjunctive Ending

    Learn about a conjunction ending attached to a verb stem, which explains circumstances

    • Sentences include a phrase or a clause as though or while, or participle in English

    Module 5Auxiliary Particle

    Learn about an auxiliary particle contrasting the first clause to the second

    • In English it can be translated as "though"

    Module 6: Action conveying Sentence

    Learn about a noun or a verb conveying an action currently

    • In English it can be translated into "while..." or "in the middle of ..." or "among" in English

    Module 7: Ending changes

    Learn about the ending that conveys the meaning of "as", "as if" or 'like" or "such as"

    • In English it can be used as "instead"

    Module 8: Formal Final Ending

    Learn about the formal final ending

    • In English it can be translated into "......but"

    Module 9: Imperfect Noun ending

    Learn about an imperfect noun expressing a reason

    • It conveys a strong positive assurance

    Module 10: Adverbial Conjunctive

    Learn about an adverbial conjunctive meaning say to say or for instance

    • In English it means so to say or for instance

    Module 11Quotation Particle

    Learn about when the quoted sentence is in a declarative form, the quotation particle is added after that sentence

    • Quoted Sentences in a Declarative form

    Module 12: Adverbial Abbreviation

    Learn about adverbial abbreviation

    • In English it means - "on top of that', "furthermore" etc

    Module 13: Supposition Ending

    Learn about an ending of supposition which shows the speaker's assumption

    • It can be an ending or show a reason in the previous clause

    Module 14: Expressing Feelings

    Learn about the main verb stem expressing speakers feeling emotionally

    • In English it means "it is almost like...."
    Advanced: Level 6

    Preview

    Module 1: Prefix Usage

    Learn about when a prefix is combined with nouns

    • Usage of Prefix with Nouns

    Module 2: Predicative Ending

    Learn about when the action or condition of the subject is limited to the expressed by the verb

    • Usage of Predicative Noun

    Module 3: Evaluating sentences

    Learn about evaluating sentences

    • In English it can mean "considered as", or "assumed as.."

    Module 4: Connective Ending

    Learn about when an action is discontinued, and a new action takes place

    • Connective Ending Sentences
    • Present Participle Sentences in English

    Module 5: Retrospective Tense

     Learn about combining a suffix to an exclamatory ending which shows the "sudden realization"

    • It is used when the speaker recalls past events with surprise

    Module 6: Clause sentences

    Learn about when the front clause is contrasted with the back

    • This pattern is used as an ending of the front clause

    Module 7: Colloquial Form

    Learn about an ending showing the cause

    • It can be translated into "because" or "so"

    Module 8: Descriptive Ending

    Learn about a descriptive ending to show the speaker's presumption

    • Descriptive Ending Sentences

    Module 9: Postposition

    Learn about the former combined with nouns and the latter with the root of a verb

    • This is a postposition for clarifying purposes

    Module 10: Adverbial Clause

    Learn about the cause or reason for what follows in the next clause or phrase

    • This can be translated into "because", "in influence of" in English

    Module 11: Pending Situation

    Learn about an ending to show a pending situation

    • It can be translated into "while", "as..." or participle

    Module 12: Conjunctive Ending

    Learn about ending which shows that the condition in the first clause or sentence connects to assumptions

    • Conjunctive Ending Sentence

    Module 13: Irregular Habits Sentence

    Learn about the expression of irregular habits

    • It can be translated into "used to" in English

    Module 14: Connective Ending

    Learn about connective endings which show the speaker's experience in the first clause and the condition for the second clause

    • This can be translated into two sentences consecutively in English
    Complementary Module 1: Soft Skills Development

    Preview

    • Business Communication
    • Preparation for the Interview
    • Presentation Skills
    Complimentary Module 2: Resume Writing

    Preview

    Resume Building Techniques

    Training Certification Process

    1

    Counselling and Registration

    Consult with our counselors to check your eligibility and the right batch, and then Register for the Korean Language Course

    2

    Complete the Korean Language Course

    Attend Training Sessions for the Korean Language, and achieve the certification.

    3

    Deliver Projects Assigned

    Gather experience with real-world assignments and practical projects to upgrade your existing Korean Language skills. Deliver these mini-projects to be eligible for Henry Harvin® Korean Language Certification

    4

    Earn Certification

    Post-successful completion of the Course, earn Henry Harvin® Korean Language Certification. Post it on social media, get it framed, and increase your value in the industry

    Commonly Asked Questions

    Is learning Korean easy?

    Korean is one of the easiest languages to learn. For English speakers, it looks tricky to learn but you can learn Korean with the help of an online branah keyboard. The korean alphabets are made up of 14 consonants known as Hangul. The Korean language has 10 vowels  with symbols that combine into syllable blocks for usages.

     

    How can Korean experts earn money?

    Korean experts can earn money by working as freelancers in different domains like a translator, instructor, proofreader, etc. You can earn money by being a teacher in any institute where the foreign language is taught. You can also earn by being a youtube influencer.

     

    How long is a TOPIK score valid ?

    TOPIK stands for Test Proficiency in Korean. The validity score of TOPIK is 2 years from the date of examination result announcement. Once it expires, retake it to count officially.

    What kind of language is Korean?

    The Korean language is a part of a northern Asian language known as Altaic which includes Japanese, Mongolian, and Turkish. Korean was influenced highly by Chinese. In Spite of being influenced by Chinese, in the 16th century Korean adopted its own style of writing.

    What are the reasons to take a Korean language course?

    • A good score in TOPIK help you to study in a university in Korea
    • Find a job in a good korean companies
    • As south korea is one of the strongest growing economies globally and the 7th largest economy in terms of export learning korean language is helpful

    Can I get the study material for the Korean language course?

    The study material for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course is available on the LMS portal in the form of recorded videos, tools, assessments, etc. Once you enroll in the course, your login credentials help you to access the LMS.

     

    Is the certification for the Korean language course from Henry Harvin valid in getting jobs?

    Yes, the certificate for applying to jobs related to the Korean language. Also, Henry Harvin’s Korean Language course provides 100% placement support through Placement drives and weekly job openings.

     

    Can I speak fluently in Korean if I do a Beginners level course from Henry Harvin?

    The beginner’s level in the Korean language at Henry Harvin focuses on basic conversation skills like introducing yourself, greeting people, and so on. For more upskilling, there are intermediate levels and advanced levels.

     

     

    What is the peculiarity of the Korean Language?

    The most peculiar feature of the Korean language is that it is a link Language. It has features of many other Northeastern languages due to the high degree of cultural and traditional likenesses among them.

     

    Is Korean language Grammar easy?

    Yes, Grammar is easy in the Korean Langauge as the quantity and gender is not factor that affects verbs, vocabulary is easy to learn, many verbs are similar to nouns, and so on. The Korean Language course from Henry Harvin will help one understand these intricacies effortlessly.

     

    How can I get enrolled in Henry Harvin Korean language course in Agra?

      You can get enrolled in Henry Harvin's Korean language course in Agra by choosing the apply now button on the website. You can also download the brochure by sending a request through an e-mail.

     

    How can I get enrolled in Henry Harvin Korean language course in Agra?

     You can get enrolled in Henry Harvin's Korean language course in Agra by choosing the apply now button on the website. You can also download the brochure by sending a request through an e-mail.

     

    Can I get jobs in MNC after doing the Korean language course?

    Yes, you may get placed in an MNC after doing the Korean language course from Henry Harvin in Agra. The major job roles are content writer, editor, handling Korean projects, etc

    Is the Korean grammar different from that of Engish?

     Yes Korean grammar is different from English grammar as the Korean language follows an SOV system wherein  The sentence ends with a verb, unlike Englis which follows an SVO system.

     

    What is the most common dialect in the Korean language?

    There are mainly six dialects in the Korean language, out of which the Gyeonggi dialect or the Seoul dialect is the most common one.

     

    Can I develop speaking skills from the Beginners level course?

     Yes, The beginners level course for the Korean language at Henry Harvin in Agra teaches you speaking skills relevant to that level. This mainly includes basic greeting lesions and self-introduction.

    What is the duration of the course?

    The duration of Henry Harvin’s Korean language course depends on the level you want to master. For example, the Beginners level involves 56 hours of training and the Intermediate and Advanced levels are 66 hours of training course each

    Can I apply for any one level of this course?

    Yes, you can enroll in the desired level for the Henry Harvin Korean language course in Ahmedabad. You can choose any level according to the knowledge you desire to attain in the Korean language. But Intermediate levels and advanced levels need the prior knowledge of basic Korean.

     

    Is Henry Harvin’s Korean language course a certificate or a Diploma course?

     Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in  Ahmedabad is a certificate course. After you complete the training and submit the assignments, you will be rewarded the Hallmark certificate from Henry Harvin.

    What is e-learning?

     Every learner at Henry Harvin gets an LMS portal through which they can access their classes, tools, videos, etc related to the Korean language from anywhere anytime. This is the e-learning for Henry Harvin's Korean language course.

     

    Will there be placement support after the course?

    Yes, Henry Harvin Korean language course provides 100% placement support through weekly job listings and  Placement drives conducted regularly. You can avail these post completion of the course.

     

    Can I gain experience after doing Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Kolkata?

     Yes Henry Harvin’s Korean language course offers an Internship program after the course to aid the learners in getting exposure to the Korean language projects. Moreover, assignments during the training process also help enrich your Korean language skills.

     

    How can I perfectly master the Korean language through this course?

     Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Kolkata is designed to master the language perfectly through training, assignments, bootcamps, hackathons, and many more activities. You can access all of these when you enroll in the course

    Do I get practice sessions for the Korean language course?

     During the training for the Korean language course at Henry Harvin Kolkata, you can practice and polish your skills through assignments and projects. On top of this this course also offers an Internship program to get relevant exposure in the language domain.

     

    Does the course cover Korean language grammar?

    Yes, Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Kolkata covers grammar extensively. The Grammar relevant to each level of the course is included in the curriculum that goes in accord with the TOPIK standards.

     

    Why should I learn the Korean language?

     Learning and mastering a foreign language helps you in multiple ways like helping in your career, improving your cognitive skills, etc. Henry Harvin's Korean language course is curated to help each learner realize their purpose for mastering the Korean language. 

     

    Are there challenges in mastering Korean for English-speaking people?

     English speakers face challenges in mastering the Korean language, as Korean is not related to any Indo-European languages. But, Henry Harvin’s Korean language course is designed to overcome these challenges and attain a good grip on the language

    Can I learn the Korean language without a course?

     Yes, you can learn the Korean language all by yourself, but to gain mastery of the language many tools and techniques are needed which are available only for Korean language courses like the Henry Harvin.

     

    Can I get study material for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Indore?

     After enrolling in the Korean language course from Henry Harvin, you get access to your LMS where you will find, videos, tutorials, recordings, and many more. No hard copy study materials are available for this course.

     

    Is the curriculum for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course enough for the TOPIK Exam?

    Yes the Curriculum for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Indore is enough for the TOPIK EXam preparation. Our course curriculum is designed to meet the TOPIK Exam standards.

     

    What are the two extra modules on sift skills development?

    The soft  Skills Modules are aimed to help the learner attain the confidence to attend job interviews and professionalism. They are complementary modules for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course

    Can I do Henry Harvin’s Korean language course after class 12th?

    Yes, You can do Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Surat after class 12th. This course is designed so that each learner understands and develops the skills most efficiently.

    What kind of jobs do BPOs offer after doing a Korean language course?

    There are many kinds of BPO jobs like customer support, speaking, e-mail, etc, and knowing the Korean language helps in handling overseas clients in Korea. As a result, Henry Harvin’s Korean language course increases your potential for these jobs.

    Is there high competition for Korean language jobs in India?

    There is less competition in the Korean language domain jobs owing to the lesser number of skilled professionals in the arena. So, a course like Henry Harvin's Korean language course in Surat would increase the probability of getting a job in this domain.

     

    How can I become an instructor after learning the Korean language?

     After doing Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Surat, you can apply for instructor jobs in Universities, colleges, schools, etc. Many online tutor jobs are also available in abundance.

    Are Korean language jobs well-paid?

    Yes, most Korean language jobs are well-paid and professionals with good knowledge in this arena are scarce. Henry Harvin’s Korean language course helps you master the language and also guidance on well-paid jobs in this domain as well.

         

     

    Are the training sessions for the Korean language course in Jaipur online?

    Yes, Henry Harvin’s Korean language course is online and real-time with an instructor. However, these sessions are recorded and will be available in the LMS Portal of the learner.

    Is the curriculum for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course enough for the TOPIK Exam?

    Henry Harvin’s online Korean language course is designed to aid the learner prepare for the TOPIK Exam. The various levels for this course are based on the respective level requirements for the TOPIK Exam.

    What is the internship program?

    During the Internship for Henry  Harvin’s Korean language course in Jaipur, you will get a chance to work on projects related to the domain in Henry Harvin or partner firms. This way you can attain the necessary practical exposure in the language domain.

    How can I get freelance jobs after doing this course?

    There are many online providers of freelance jobs, you can look for projects in the Korean language after doing Henry Harvin’s Korean language course. Our course gives you complete placement support and guidance.

    Can I speak Korean after doing the beginners level course?

    The Beginners level for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Jaipur helps develop speaking skills relevant to that level. So, yes this course help develop basic speaking skills like self-introduction, greetings, etc.

    What are the two complementary modules for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course?

    The two complementary modules for the Korean language course at Henry Harvin, Bangalore are for interview prepping and resume building. They are intended to equip the learner with the skills needed to become a professional in the domain.

     

    What is the scope of a Korean language career in India?

     Korean language career opportunities are growing at a fast pace and the scarcity of professionals in this domain culminates in less competition. So. mastering the language through a course like Henry Harvin’s Korean language course will be worth the effort.

     

    Are the training batches small or big?

    The training batches for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Bangalore are neither small nor big. The online training sessions are conducted in a very well-organized manner so that each learner benefits to the maximum at their own pace.

    How much does a Korean translator earn in India?

     A Korean translator in India earns around INR 60,000 to 12 Lakhs with an average salary of 6 lakhs per annum. This is based on 7 salaries of Korean translators.

     

    Can I get a job in South Korea after this course?

     You can apply for jobs in Korea after doing Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Bangalore. Many MNCs, Software firms, and Big shots like LG, Samsung, etc hire professionals well-versed in the Korean language.

     

    What is the timing for this course?

     The training sessions for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course are flexible and are well-planned to aid students as well as working professionals. Moreover, the LMS for each learner enables to access the recorded videos of any sessions, if missed.

     

    How can I become a Korean translator?

     To become a Korean translator, you need to have a degree in the Korean language or should possess all the skills of speaking, writing, and reading Korean. Henry Harvin Korean language course in Hyderabad advanced level helps you acquire all these skills.

    How much does a Korean Interpreter earn?

    A Korean interpreter earns around INR 5 lakhs per annum. Henry Harvin Korean language course in Hyderabad upskills the learner to become a Korean interpreter through intense training and practice.

     

    Is English important to learn Korean?

    You need to have a basic knowledge of English to learn Korean as the medium of instruction for the Training for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Hyderabad is English.

    Can learning Korean improve my career in the IT domain?

    Learning Korean can increase your career mileage and you will be considered an asset to the organization. Learning a Foreign language is always a plus and Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Hyderabad has been put together this course for upskilling and career-enhancing purposes.

     

    Are English and Korean similar?

    No, English and Korean are not similar. English is an Indo-European language while Korean is an Altaic language. They bear no resemblance, but there are some words that are a hybrid of Korean and English.

     

    Is Proficiency in the Korean language necessary to study in Korea?

    There are many universities accepting international students who do not spark Korean, but learning and mastering the Korean language increase your chances to study at many big and better universities in South Korea.

     

    Does this course help me in clearing the TOPIK Exam?

    Yes, Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Lucknow will help and guide you in clearing the TOPIK Exam as the course curriculum is aligned with the standards of the TOPIK Exam.

     

    Can I become a freelancer after learning Korean?

    Yes, you can become a freelancer after learning the Korean language. They are many platforms providing opportunities to freelancers in the language domain. Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Lucknow aids and guides you for this purpose.

     

    Is this course available in Chennai?

    Yes, Henry Havin’s Korean language course is available in Chennai. This course is curated to benefit both working professionals as well as students from different streams.

     

    Can I do this course after graduation in the science stream?

    You can do this course after graduation in the science stream.  The Korean language course at Henry Harvin, Chennai is well-structured to make it the most elaborate course and ensures that each learner grows personally and professionally with it.

     

    What is the most gripping fact about the Korean language?

    The most gripping fact about the Korean language is that the sentences end with a verb as the Korean language follows the SOV system in sentence making. The other features can be understood and mastered through Henry Harvin’s Korean language course.

     

    How can I enroll in this course in Chennai?

     You can go to Henry Harvin’s Korean language course on the Chennai website and select the Apply Now option. You can also request a detailed brochure about the course through your mail.

     

    Is Henry Harvin's Korean language course hard to learn for undergraduates?

    No. Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Chennai is highly comprehensive without compromising the standards of the Curriculum for the TOPIK Exam. Anyone from any stream can easily master the language through this course.

     

    Is this course helpful in getting a job as an Instructor?

     Yes, Henry Harvin’s Korean language Course in Pune helps in mastering the language and improves your career competency as well. It also guides you to become an exceptional instructor in this domain.

    Are the training sessions recorded?

     Yes, all the training sessions for the Henry Harvin Korean language course in Pune are recorded and are available in the LMS portal of each learner. The learner can access these using their login credentials.

     

    Can I teach Korean after doing this course?

     Korean language course at Henry Harvin, Pune is intended to upskill each learner and master the language. The TOPIK exam tests your proficiency in the language which helps you to teach Korean in India.

     

    Why is the Korean language so popular these days?

     The Korean language is popular these days due to the K-Wave or the Hallyu. This is a strategy followed by South- Korea to export their culture through Drama, Music, etc.

     

    Is South Korea a good place to do post graduation?

     Yes, there are many excellent universities in South Korea where you can do postgraduation. Henry Harvin's Korean language course in Pune helps you master the language and increase the scope for doing postgraduation in the best institutes there.

    Can I study in Korea after doing this course?

    You can study in Korea after doing Henry Harvin’s Korean language course online. Many universities in Korea use English as the medium of teaching, though some use 30% English and the rest Korean.

    Are there scholarships to study in Korea?

     Yes, there are many scholarships to study in South Korea for Graduates as well as Undergraduates. Korean language course at Henry Harvin helps you to learn the language and helps you to follow your intended path.

     

    Is there Korean literature?

     Yes, there is Korean literature that is unique in certain aspects. After doing an online Korean language course in Henry Harvin, you can understand Korean literature as well.

     

    Will this course help me become a Korean translator in India?

     Yes, Henry Harvin’s online Korean language course will help you become a Korean translator in India. The course is designed to get an absolute knowledge of the Korean language and develop the skills necessary to build a career in this domain.

     

    What kind of career can I make after learning the Korean language?

     After doing Henry Harvin’s Korean language course, you will be equipped with knowledge of the language and relevant exposure in this domain. This may help to build a career in this field as a Translator, Instructor, Interpreter, etc.

     

    Why should I learn Korean from Henry Harvin in Noida?

     The Korean language course from Henry Harvin in Noida is a well-structured and comprehensive course that helps people from multiple streams to pursue a career in the Language domain.

    Does this course include Korean culture too?

    This course is designed to master the language along with an understanding of Korean culture as well. Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Noida helps you understand Korean culture through the language.

    Why is the Korean language difficult to learn?

    The Korean language is distinct from Indo-European languages and other Asian languages, Though it bears slight similarities with Japanese and Chinese languages. However, Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Noida helps the learner master the language effortlessly.

    Is Korean similar to any Indian Language?

     No. the Korean language is not similar to any of the Indian languages. Some say that Tamil and Korean are related, though, it is just a theory.

     

    What are the requirements to get a job in South Korea?

    To get a job in South Korea, you need to be a graduate. Most jobs demand good communication skills in Korean. Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Noida helps you learn the language and subsequently in career development.

     

    How is the Korean language different from other East-Asian languages?

     The Korean language is different from other East-Asian languages as the Korean alphabet or the Hangul imitates the shape of your tongue while you voice it, the sentences end with verbs, no gender, etc.

    What are the job roles after learning Korean?

    The major job roles after doing Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Mumbai are Translator jobs, Interpreter jobs, Content writers in MNC, Instructors jobs, Call center/BPO jobs, and many more.

    Will learning Korean improve my cognitive skills?

    Yes, learning Korean, or any foreign language increases cognitive skills. On top of that, Henry Harvin's Korean language course in Mumbai is designed to improve the career competency of the learner as well.

    Which is more beneficial- Korean or Japanese?

    Both the languages are East Asian languages and are equally beneficial. But, learning and mastering a language depends on the learner and the purpose of learning. Henry Harvin’s Korean language Beginners level course can help you understand the benefits of learning Korean.

     

    Is there a demand for Korean speakers in India?

     Yes, there is a huge demand for Korean speakers in India as experts in this domain are scarce. Also, with the progressing Korean economy, various career opportunities are sprouting in this domain.

     

    What are the special features of Korean Grammar?

     Korean grammar follows no gender differentiation and the sentences end with a verb, unlike the English language where you follow the SVO system. All the Grammar relevant to the different levels is well-explained through Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Gurgaon.

     

    Does this course help guide the learner choose a career in this field?

    Yes, Henry Harvin's Korean language course in Gurgaon guides the learner to follow a career in the language domain. There are Placement drives and job listings for the learner to choose from and Henry Harvin team also assists the learner to develop soft skills as well. 

     

    What is the Internship program?

     The internship program for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Gurgaon is to provide the learners with experience in this domain. During this period, They can work with Henry Harvin or partner firms to achieve the necessary exposure.

     

    Which is harder-Speaking or writing in Korean?

    Though a Hard language to master, Korean speaking and writing are both not difficult as some would perceive. The Hangul letters are easy to learn and since Korean is not a tonal language, Speaking and reading are not difficult either.

     

    What are the recorded videos of this course mean?

    Each training session for Henry Harvin’s Korean language course is recorded and is available in the LMS portal of the learner. The learner can access the sessions multiple times to revise and refine the skills, and attend the missed sessions as well.

     

    Does Henry Harvin Korean language course follows the TOPIK EXam syllabi?

     Yes, the Henry Harvin Korean language course in Delhi follows the syllabi for the TOPIK Exam. This course is well-structured to meet the standards of both the TOPIK and KLPT Exams.

     

    Can I do research in Korea after doing this course?

     If you want to do research in Korea, you need to pass the Advanced level in the TOPIK EXam. For preparing for this exam, You can enroll in the Advanced level Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Delhi.

     

    How many hours does it take to complete level 6 of the Korean language course?

    It takes 66 hours of training to finish the Advanced level 6 of Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Delhi.

     

    Is the writing system from left to right in Korean?

     Yes, the writing system followed in Korean is from Left to Right, and the Korean language is very logical. Moreover, Henry Harvin’s Korean language course is well-designed to help the learner in reading and write easier as well.

     

    Is Korean a tonal language?

    No, Korean is not a tonal language. Each word in Korean has the same meaning even spoken in different tones. The speaking skills can be developed by the Korean language course at Henry Harvin, Delhi.

     

    Korean or Japanese? Which course is better/

    Both the languages are  East-Asian languages and there is not much similarity between the two. Korean language course and Japanese language course are available at Henry Harvin Kanpur and both the courses are equally exceptional.

     

    Can I learn the Korean language all by myself?

     Yes, you can learn Korean all by yourself if you have the will to make and follow a schedule. But, to master the language you need excellent tools and tutorials like the one used in Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Kanpur.

    Is Hangul difficult to learn?

    No, Hangul is not difficult to learn. Compared to the other central Asian language scripts, Hangul is easy to master. Henry Harvin Korean language course in Kanpur teaches hangul most thoroughly. 

     

    Is Hangul the first step in learning Korean?

     Yes, Hangul is the first step in learning Korean. It is very easy to learn the Hangul and needn’t spent many hours to master it. Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Kanpur helps t to learn Hangul easily.

     

    Why is the Korean language category 5 language?

     The Korean language is a Category 5 language according to the FSI( Foreign Services Institute) because of the difficulty and effort that needs to be put into mastering this language. Henry Harvin's Korean language course surpasses this difficulty through a Goal-centric and action-oriented pedagogy

    Is the certification of the course credible and accepted by companies?

    The courses are recognized by the Government of India and trusted by companies like IBM, HP, Adobe, Accenture, Philips, McAfee, UN, and SAP, among others. Even the New York state recognizes the courses of Henry Harvin Education and its certificates.

     

    What's the duration of the course?

    There are two-way live online interactive sessions of 6 levels. Levels 1 to 4 have sessions of 56 hours, and levels 5 & 6 have sessions of 66 hours. Thus, it depends on the level you are learning in Korean, a beginner, intermediate or advanced.

     

    What is Gold Membership?

    The Gold membership offers opportunities like E-learning access through recorded videos, games, projects, etc. There is an option of boot camp sessions for one year. A chance at internships with Henry Harvin and its partners and 10+ job opportunities.

     

    What are the opportunities after learning Korean?

    You can become an instructor or translator of Korean. There is an opportunity to become a content writer or editor in MNCs that engage in Korean. With the growth of K-pop, you can always find work in the industry and be part of the wave. You can work in Korean companies anywhere in the world.

    Are there too many steps involved in the course?

    No, there are four simple steps—counselling and registration for checking eligibility and your desired batch of the course. The second is attending the training courses, and the third is delivering the real-life projects of the system. The last and much-awaited is the certification that is highly credited.

     

    How functional is the Korean language for career advancement?

    Korean is a great choice to make a career in MNCs as a language learner. There are many benefits to learning another language, and you can be a more competitive candidate in the international job market when you do so. Enrolling in a Korean language course can also boost your resume.

     

    How does the Korean language differ from other languages?

    Officially, Korean is spoken in both North Korea and South Korea. It is the sixteenth most commonly spoken tongue. It has over 80 million speakers worldwide and is a widely spoken language. Also, you can enrol in our Korean language course to make the path easier!

     

    Is Korean the most accessible language to learn?

    There are ten vowels in Korean, each represented by symbols combined by the user into syllable blocks. Therefore, by enrolling in Korean language courses, you will learn the language more easily.

     

    Is Korean worth learning?

    There is often a perception that Korean writing systems are the most logical in the world. Approximately 70 million Koreans speak the language natively around the world. If you learn Korean language courses, you could have access to them.

    Where can I learn the Korean language course?

    A Korean language course at Henry Harvin is the best option. With this program, you can learn at your own pace, work on live projects, participate in interactive classes, and get placement assistance. For more information, visit our website. 

     

    Does the course include an Internship?

    Yes, Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Delhi guarantees an Internship opportunity to all the learners through which they can earn the desired exposure and experience in handling projects relevant to the Korean language arena.

     

    What is the average annual salary of a Korean Translator in India?

    ANS:  The average annual salary of a Korean Translator in India is INR 7.0 Lakhs. This depends on the expertise and proficiency level of the candidate.

     

    Are there any prerequisites for doing this course?

    ANS: No, there are no prerequisites for doing Henry Harvin’s Korean language course in Delhi. Anyone with a will to learn the language can enroll in the course, although Advanced levels require a good knowledge of previous levels.

     

    What level of TOPIK Exam is needed for studying in Korea?

    ANS: You need to pass at least TOPIK level 3 or more to apply for a regular degree in Korea and TOPIK LEVEL 4 is needed to Graduate. However, if you are looking for a course that is rendered in English, then a TOPIK qualification is not needed. Instead, they can qualify for TOEFL Exam. 

     

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