Since 2016, Go! Go! Hanguk has helped over 1,000 people come to Korea. We offer free support for student visa and language school applications, as well as accommodation support, in several languages, to give more people the opportunity to live & study in Korea.
As the world adjusts to this new-normal situation due to COVID-19, we are happy to support you to pursue your dreams to live and study in Korea more than ever!
All of our student coordinators have experienced language school and have vast expertise about what it is like living in Korea and the application process! We offer the latest information about Korea, schools, accommodation options, and immigration rules. Plus we offer you continued support after you arrive to make sure you have the best information to fully enjoy your time in Korea.
Our coordinators have been through the visa and school application process themselves so know it inside and out. We work hard to turn the otherwise complex and time-consuming process into a simple, easy task for you. So leave paperwork to us, all you need to do is plan all the things you want to see in Korea, places you want to go, and all the foods you want to eat.
Our service is free! We partner with the schools to offer you the best price for the course, so even if you decided to apply directly by yourself, you’d find that you would pay the same amount but we help you with all the complicated paperwork.
A: We understand that the situation is developing and changing on a daily basis. If you have applied to come, but you cannot attend the school term you originally applied to due to a lockdown or Korea suspending entry for visitors from your country, don’t worry! We can assist you with delaying your application to a later term or assist with getting a refund. As the exact terms and conditions differ depending on your chosen school, please contact us for more information!
A: Schools temporary shifted online classes until it was deemed safe for classroom learning. Schools have also implemented controlled access to campus as well as many campus facilities. Schools have also required masks and hand sanitization, providing hand sanitizer in classroom buildings and at entrances.
A: The Korean language school terms normally start during March, June, September, and December. The application deadline is normally 3 months prior. However, we encourage you to contact us as soon as you can to learn more about the process!
A: You will need to complete the application documents & pay the application approximately 3 months before the term start. Your tuition invoice will be issued soon after the application deadline and will be due soon after depending on your school. Please contact us for more details.
A: We understand that committing to studying abroad in these uncertain times may be difficult, so if you apply to a school and later decide to delay your start, we will help you find the best solution for you. Contact us here for more information.
A: We are are always happy to assist you during your stay in Korea. We work with our partner schools and accommodation providers to maximize your experience whilst you are here. Please get in touch with us and we’ll do our best to help with whatever support you need.
A: We update our blog regarding the virus situation in Korea every week so please check out our blog articles for more information!
A: Most nationalities require a student visa if you study for 6 months or longer. University language schools can sponsor the student visa for you. Currently due to COVID-19, many visa-free and visa waiver programs have been suspended. Otherwise, depending on your nationality, normally you can study short-term with just your passport! Please contact us for more details!
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If you have questions or need further information, you just need to ask and we will be more than happy to help.