Korean Lessons Costs

Unlike many other Skype language services, the Live Lingua Korean School has no hidden fees! The only thing you pay is what you see on this page. No registration fees and no costs for extra material. We also offer you 100% flexibility in your Korean classes. We have tutors available 24x7 and you can buy as many or as few hours of tutoring from us as you want. No minimum and no maximum.




  • Standard Korean

    STANDARD KOREAN LESSONS - COSTS

    Whether you want to learn Korean for business or pleasure, our Standard Skype Korean lessons can help you reach your goal. Our customized curriculum & flexible hours with your tutor make this our most popular Korean package. Our professional tutors and full-time staff look forward to working with you to make your dream of learning Korean come true.


    (Cost Per Hour*)

    * All prices are in U.S. dollars and are for per hour purchased. To qualify for the discount price, the hours must be purchased together. They are not cumulative. For group classes each additional student pays 50% of the first students cost.

    Want to try? Start By Taking a Standard Korean Trial Lesson


  • KPE

    KPE LESSONS - COSTS

    The KPE (Korean Proficiency Exam) is an exam to evaluate the level of Korean used by a non-native Korean speaker. The KPE exam was developed and is assessed by the Yonsei University Korean Language Institute and is used to certify Korean language levels for people who want to live and work in Korea.


    (Cost Per Hour*)

    * All prices are in U.S. dollars and are for per hour purchased. To qualify for the discount price, the hours must be purchased together. They are not cumulative. For group classes each additional student pays 50% of the first students cost.

    Want to try? Start By Taking a KPE Trial Lesson


  • TOPIK

    TOPIK LESSONS - COSTS

    The TOPIK (Test of Proficiency in Korean) exam is designed to evaluate a non-native Korean speakers ability to communicate in Korean. The exam is broken into three levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced) which are in turn broken down into 6 sub-levels. The exam is administered National Institute for International Education, which operates directly under the Ministry of Education.


    (Cost Per Hour*)

    * All prices are in U.S. dollars and are for per hour purchased. To qualify for the discount price, the hours must be purchased together. They are not cumulative. For group classes each additional student pays 50% of the first students cost.

    Want to try? Start By Taking a TOPIK Trial Lesson