Have you ever wanted to learn Korean? Have you tried lessons at a local school, expensive software and books and still have trouble speaking Korean? Do you want to visit South Korean for business or pleasure and want to be able to communicate with the people you meet? The answer is total Korean immersion with the Live Lingua online Korean school. Skype Korean Lessons & more. And best of all, you can try a full 60 minute Skype lessons with a professional Korean teacher for FREE!
Are you considering Live Lingua online school for your Korean learning needs? Do you want to try a class first to see if it is what you are looking for? No problem! We will arrange a free 60 minute Skype Korean lesson for you so you can try us risk free. Tutors are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Find out more...
How do we do it? We hire South Korean tutors who actually live in their own country where the cost of living is less, and pass the saving on to you. We also offer total flexibility in their classes. You can buy as many or as few Skype Korean lessons as you would like. No minimum purchase necessary. Find out more...
Our Korean teachers from the South Korea are the best in the industry. They all bring with them years of teaching experience. All have university degrees and years of experience. Additionally, they are required to speak a second language in addition to Korean. Find out more...
You can try a free 60 minute Skype lesson at the Live Lingua online language school to see if our service is what you are looking for. No credit card required, and no commitment. The only risk is learning another language!
Korean is the official spoken language of both North and South Korea as well as one of the two official languages of the Yanbian Province in China. There are currently over 80 million Korean speakers in the world.
Most linguists actually consider Korean as one of the unique languages in the world and have trouble linking it to any of the other languages in the world. The closest languages - based on the number of shared vocabulary - are Japanese and Swedish.
For the last half a century, the country of Korea has been divided into two separate entities of North and South Korea. While the North has been in almost total isolation for this time, South Korea has become an economic success story and has growing influence in the Asia Pacific region and around the world.
Find out what our Korean students have said about their learning experiences at Live Lingua.
Here in the Philippines we have many Korean visitors, but nobody can speak Korean, and there are no teachers. Thanks to Live Lingua, I got a promotion at work for learning Korean!Luthsie L.
These have been the best [Korean] lessons I have ever had in my life. I wish my teachers back in school were this good.Ismael U.
My experience with Live Lingua was amazing. I wanted to learn Korean to be able to visit as a tourist, and my goals were reached.Harlan D.