My name is Arah. I am a qualified Korean language teacher from Busan, South Korea. I have a MA in teaching Korean as a foreign language and I have been teaching Korean lessons in Busan online, in-person, and at universities here in South Korea for the past five years.
Prior to becoming a Korean language instructor, I taught English in Korea in various institutions including universities, companies such as Samsung, and as a private freelance teacher. As such I am capable and confident to provide Korean language lessons in Korean and English.
I am now a full-time Korean teacher in Busan. If you are interested in learning Korean from a qualified native Korean language tutor, click on the button below for more details about the lessons I provide.
I have a M.A in teaching Korean to speakers of other languages from Busan National University of Education and I have qualified teacher status to teach Korean as a foreign language.
I have taught Korean to foreign students at various universities in Busan, South Korea, including:
- Silla University (신라대학교)
- Kyungsung University (경성대학교)
- Tongmyong University (동명대학교)
I have also taught Korean in English as a private tutor and as an online Korean teacher.
Prior to becoming a Korean teacher, I also taught English to Korean workers at various Korean companies including Samsung, and to Korean students at various universities in Busan.
I have also worked as a Korean/English translator in hotels in many different countries. As such, I am able to communicate effectively in English with people from different countries and cultures. The countries and hotels I have worked in are:
- Australia – Intercontinental Hotel in Melbourne
- Arab Emirates – Shangri-La Hotel in Abu Dhabi
- The Maldives – Cinnamon Resort in Alidhoo
- Thailand – Pavillion Resort in Koh Samui
Another passion of mine is creating Korean language video lessons on YouTube. I make a variety of different kinds of videos for different levels of students. I particularly like making Korean listening exercises so that my students can practice listening to real Korean. Here’s an example of one of my Korean listening exercises. To see more, visit my YouTube Channel.