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EXPLOREKorean Languages


King Sejong Institute Washington, D.C. 

As interest in Korean culture grows worldwide, so has the demand for Korean language education. The King Sejong Institute Washington, D.C. (KSIDC) helps meet this need by offering classes at varying levels from beginner to high intermediate that teach core language skills, plus important aspects of Korea's social culture. All classes are limited in size and led by native Korean-speaking instructors with teaching experience at U.S. universities or professional institutions.

The KSIDC is a local DC-based nonprofit educational organization which partners with the KCC to offer classes at the KCC in three regular 12-week sessions each year (spring, summer, fall). The schedule of each session can vary, so be sure to check out the latest session in the list below, or join the KSIDC mailing list by clicking on any recent session and following the link at the top of the page. For more information, contact Adam Wojciechowicz at awoj@koreaembassy.org.  

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