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Free Korean Class on 2nd Quarter of 2019 for Filipinos in Korea

Preparing for the upcoming TOPIK exam or brushing up your skills? If you are a Filipino living in Seoul, why not register on the free Korean class brought to you by Seoul Global Center. Its a multi-level 3 month program that will take place on May 20th to August 13th, 2019. 

The offer is also open to any foreign nationals with valid visas in Korea. For more information, feel free to call 02-2075-4162 or visit Seoul Global Center near exit 6 of Jonggak Station.

▶ Registration Schedule

Regular Weekends | May 12th (Sun) 10:00~12:00 (Queue numbers distributed at 09:15)
Regular Weekdays | May 12th (Sun) 14:00~16:00 (Queue numbers distributed at 13:15)

▶ Registration Location

Seoul Global Center, 9F

▶ Semester Dates

May 20th (Mon.) ~ August 13th (Tue.) / 12 weeks

▶ Registration Process

- Get a queue number (1F) → Take the placement test (9F) → Submit the application form (9F)
- Placement test exemption : A person who obtained valid TOPIK certification(within 2 years)
* First come, first served

▶ Curriculum

Sogang Korean 1A - 1B - 2A - 2B - 3A – 3B

▶ Eligibility

Foreign Residents
* Foreign residents whose visas are due to expire before the ned of the term, , B-1 (Visa Exemption), B-2(Travel/Transit), C-3 (Temporary Visit), C-4 (Temporary Employment) holders and minors (born after 2000) are NOT eligible to apply.

▶ Course fee


▶ Required Documents

- Identification Card (Choose 1 among Alien Registration Card, Passport or National Identification Card)
- One identification photo
- A copy of valid TOPIK transcript obtained within the last 2 years, if applicable

▶ Contact

- Seoul Global Center 02-2075-4162(한국어,English),4160(中國語)
- Office hours: Monday ~ Friday, 09:00-18:00 (Lunch time: 12:00-13:00)
- E-mail:

Please note that your application for the next semester may be restricted if your attendance rate is less than 80 percent.

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