Our Teachers

Our dynamic team of teachers is the key to our success. All our teachers are native speakers possessing professional qualifications in teaching with a minimum of 3 years of experience in teaching Korean to foreign students. Our teachers are recruited overseas and all are very carefully selected. In addition to their strong educational background and professional teaching experience, we choose our teachers for their positive attitude, enthusiasm, and pleasant personality. They are truly motivated, and genuinely passionate about language teaching.

Yoo Haksu 류학수

My 8 years of teaching Korean in Hong Kong has been the best time of my life and I’m looking forward to continuing this positive experience and sharing it with many more students. With my knowledge and experience, I would like to develop and implement effective and interesting curriculum for those who wish to study Korean, and I would love to become a firm cultural bridge between Korea and Hong Kong by developing interesting cultural programs as well. Come! Let’s have fun together.

  • Korean Language Teacher’s Certificate by the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism of Korea (Certificate Number: 10-31-308)
  • Sungkyunkwan University of Korea (Master of Mass Communication and Journalism)
  • Ohio University of United States (Bachelor of Science in Communication)

Park Ji Won 박지원

I have always been interested in teaching Korean to foreigners. While I was teaching in Hong Kong and China, I learnt a lot of cultural differences and how to teach Korean to foreigners, especially to those who have never studied Korean before. My 5 years of teaching experience has allowed me to refine my teaching method and explanations to benefit the overall understanding of my students. As Korean culture and language is becoming more famous and widespread all around the world, please don’t hesitate to learn Korean. Speaking Korean will bring you change of your life.

  • Korean Language Teaching Course (Hongik University of Korea)
  • Weifang Keji University of China (Chinese Studies)
  • Kyungdong University of Korea (Bachelor of art in Tourism)

Kim Jung Sun 김정선

I have worked with people from all over the world and most consider Korean the most difficult language to learn. Since k-pop and Korean soap operas have become increasingly popular all over the world, most people have wanted to learn Korean and experience Korean culture. I would like to offer all our students the opportunity to come on a learning journey with us and get to know Korean better. Through other extracurricular activities, we will ensure your experience is a positive and enjoyable one.

  • Dongduk Women’s University (Bachelor of Management)
  • In- flight announcement translation (English to Korean) for Cathay Pacific Airways