Dongguk Korean Language Program (DKLP) for foreigners in Korea began this spring semester. This program plans to spread the understanding of Korean culture as well as the Korean Language.
The DKLP lectures are opened to those foreigners with proper visas and who have graduated from high school. After the placement test, students attend lectures and study Korean in small groups of around 12 and at a suitable level for their ability.
From 9 am to 1 pm students study Korean and in the afternoon they study Chinese or Korean reading. In this summer semester, eight students studied Korean and received a certificate of the completion of the Korean studies course.
"Korean is difficult and I don't know Korean completely, yet. However, it was very interesting and instructive for me. And I want to sincerely thank my teachers." said Tammy Johnson, who studied Korean in DKLP.
DKLP's fall semester is between September 16 to November 22. For more information about DKLP go to http://today.dongguk.ac.kr.
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