Korean Language Online Training

Course Overview

Chinese script has been well-known in Korea for over 2,000 years. It was spoken widely throughout the Chinese occupation of northern Korea from 108 BC to 313 AD. By the 5th century AD, the Koreans were first to write in traditional Chinese – the most basic known example of these dates from 414 AD. They shortly devised three different systems for writing Korean with Chinese characters: Hyangchal (향찰/鄕札), Gukyeol (구결/口訣) and Idu (이두/吏讀). These systems were alike to those developed in Japan and were most likely used as models by the Japanese.

Course Content


  • Logical and simple script
  • Absence of tones
  • Reading Text & Comprehension
  • Words comparision and more
  • Translation practice
  • Individual Training
  • KoreanLiterature
  • Sit-down tests, written assignments, presentations