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Special camp for Korean culture

Become confident in your Korean while vacationing

  • Experience Korean Culture in a relaxed, casual setting while learning Korean

  • Get 2 credits from Gachon University

  • Special Holiday Program for foreigners

  • Practice Korean skills with Korean citizens


  • Participants

Only for foreign students who are enrolling in university

  • Duration

– 2-week course, 4 hours a day

– Morning class Online lecture
( 2 hours a day )

– Afternoon class Offline
( 2 hours a day )
* Required subject

  • Services included

– Travel Insurrance

– Certification of admission

– 2 Credits for University

– Airport Pick-up service

  • Optional Services

– Accommodation
(3 star hotel)

  • Collaboration

This program is specially made by Gachon University & GlobalE&S. This program is one in a university that provides 2 credits.

  • Application Due Date

Jun 20th, 2022

  • Start dates

Jul 18th – Jul 29th, 2022

  • About Visa

Any students who need a “Visa” to enter South Korea must apply for D-2-8 Visa and University will provide a Certificate of Admission for the students to apply for Visa

About our Special Camp for
Korean Culture Program

If you’re planning your holiday to visit South Korea and want to get the most out of your visit, learning Korean is a great option. In the classroom, you will have the opportunity to become proficient in Korean, which will make your overall vacation more enjoyable, as you will be able to immerse yourself in the culture with more confidence. The special camp for Korean Culture Program’s curriculum ensures you will not be overwhelmed with your Korean studies, so you can relax on your holiday.

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Experience Korean Culture

When your classes are done, you will have the rest of the evening and night to explore your surroundings. Our Korean language center is located in the center of Seoul, you will have the Diversity option of exploring a variety of different areas. Gangnam, Hongdae, Myeondong, and others are nearby! You can find out more information on our “About Korea” page.

Practice Korean in Real Situations

With fresh Korean lessons on your mind, you will also be able to participate in social activities where you can interact and engage with the people you meet. Whether it is on field trips, restaurants, shops, sightseeing, or just walking around, you will have the opportunity to practice Korean with native speakers in real situations. This opportunity will help expedite your Korean abilities and help you gain confidence in speaking in public.

The Special Camp for Korean Culture program offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn Korean, while also getting a firsthand Korean experience. If you’re looking for a rewarding adventure, this program is designed for you. To learn more or to sign up, you can contact us directly through our email or other SNS platforms.

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About Korean Class Levels

This program offers 6 proficiency levels (levels 1 to 6), as well as placement testing to determine the level that best fits your abilities. At the end of every two-week session, if you successfully meet your level’s requirements, you will move up to the next level. Also, you will find out that you have the confidence to start communicating with Korean citizens.

  • Students learn basic vocabulary, primary postpositional particles, the ending of a word, tense, and basic sentence structure.
  • Understanding basic Korean culture necessary for daily life such as meals and phone calls
  • Asking and answering familiar topics such as family, hobbies, sports, seasons, travel, experiences
  • Understanding Korean culture through experiences such as New Year’s Day food and samulnori
  • Students can talk about their interests and increase their ability to do partial work handling ability.
  • Students can do everyday conversation freely by learning enough vocabulary, Chinese characters, and idioms.
  • Expressing by using Korean grammar elements, including the use of various auxiliary postpositional particles and the ending of a word.
  • Learning expressions such as requests, counseling, appointments, abstracts, and idioms are frequently used.
  • Understanding Korean culture by going on field trips or learning Korean myths, traditional fairy tales, and traditional songs
  • Learning expressions such as requests, counseling, appointments, abstracts, and idioms are frequently used.
  • Learning Korean history using broadcast documentaries
  • Understanding of expression through various current issue materials, literary works, and cultural activities.
  • Through reading a variety of articles, critically understand the whole article and comment and discuss them.

Apply now for Special camp for Korean culture

Apply now and we will help you with your application.