Officially opened in March 2006, the Kyungsung Language Center (KLC) is a Korean education center for foreigners developed as a subsidiary agency of the External Affairs Department. Kyungsung University has continued to develop educational programs and textbooks for Korean education since 2003. To date, Kyungsung University has developed 4 textbooks, a DVD title and a web site for Korean education. A new dormitory building (Nuri International dormitory) was constructed at the end of Feb 2006 and the KLC classrooms are housed in it.
Medium intensity means the school gives you a perfect balance between study pace and free time. This means that you’ll be able to enjoy your life in Korea, while still being able to effectively progress your studies.
You are able to choose elective classes for TOPIK.
Don’t worry if you’ve never learned any Korean before. The school offers courses that start from the very basics designed to let students from any country or language background learn easily!
The staff are professionals who will be able to assist you with any issues you may have during your studies.
A comfortable space where you can do some studying, mix and mingle with your fellow students, or even just take a break.
Need Internet to look up vocabulary you can’t remember, or to text the friend you just met in class? Use the free wifi available at school!
One of the best parts of being a student is the student dorm – the school operates dormitories which are all close to the school, making them one of the cheapest and most convenient options for student housing.
It is located in the district of Nam-gu, southwest of the famous Gwangalli and Haeundae beach. Haeundae beach is one of the most famous and beautiful beaches in South Korea. Many events, such as religious events, Busan International Flim Festival(BIFF) movie talks, and company promotions, are held here throughout the year.
The campus is located near Kyungsung University-Pukyong National University Station on Line 2.
Kyungsung Language Center, KLC has four terms of regular courses(Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter), Offering a total of 200 hours (20 hours a week / 800 hours an year) of classes over 10 weeks.
In an effort to make foreign students closer to the language, KLC has also added classes in Korean culture. Students can personally experience aspects of Korean culture such as traditional music, in particular Samulnori, as well as Korean food and Taekwondo etc.
Without Student Visa
Course hours per week20
Students will learn how to do basic conversation, basic grammar, self-introduction, adjust to daily activities such as purchasing, buying, and ordering goods or foods, as well as learn up to 800 vocabularies.
Students will learn 1,500~2,000 vocabularies and using the service at the Bank, Post Office, and etc.
Students will learn how to say daily conversation, make relationship with people, and use variety facilities.
Students will learn basic chinese characters, understand the meaning of a paragraph, speak and write their own opinion, and obtain knowledge of the Korean culture and society.
Students will learn how to speak various topics such as Society, Etiquette, and Culture, as well as learn Korean slang and expression.
Students will learn how to speak fluently with the topics such as Politics, Economy, and Science, as well as understand all aspects of Korean language.
Tuition Cost Breakdown
Note: Students have to pay text book(4 books) fee about 50,000 KRW for each semester.
Please contact your coordinator for more information regarding dormitories.