There are approximately 1000 Korean language schools in the United States, most of which focus primarily on children. The Korean Language Center of New York was founded to teach Korean language skills suitable for adults for everyday use. KLC teaches the communication skills that can be used in both a casual and professional environment. Our students attend KLC for various purposes ranging from improving their current Korean language skill set, learning Korean as a new language.


This Saturday class is designed to introduce spoken Korean to people who are not available to attend at our weekday evening classes at the beginner level of Korean language.

 The course approach emphasizes Korean language structure, vocabulary and basic communication. Through interaction in the classroom, the students will practice essential communication in Korean. Classes are limited to 8 students with a very special amount of tuition, so students are encouraged to register early.

It has been seven months since we opened  the Business Korean class. We will open third term of Business Korean class for professionals who work in the business/legal fields. This program will run from Jan. 8 ~ Mar. 25, 2016. The class will be scheduled for Fridays from 6:00 ~ 8:00 PM.

The students who want to attend this class must have an intermediate or higher skill level of the Korean language. If you are interested in joining this program, the placement test should be taken from us in the near future. Please call us at 212-563-5763 to set up an appointment for the test.

Classes are limited to the first 8 students at a special discounted price. So students are encouraged to register as early as possible.

updated in Dec. 2015

Term Deadline for Registration Placement Test Term Begins Term Ends
Winter  Session II 

Jan. 4, 2016

Dec. 2 ~ 4,  2016

Jan. 5, 2016

Feb. 27, 2016

Winter  Session II

Jan. 29, 2016

Jan. 27 ~ 29, 2016

Feb. 1, 2016

Mar. 25, 2016

Winter Session III

Mar. 5, 2016

Mar. 3 ~ 5, 2016

Mar. 7, 2016

Apr. 27, 2016

The Korean Culture
Research, Inc. (KCRI)

Korean Heritage School
for Adoptees (KOHSA)

Korean Language Center of New York
New York, New York
38 West 32nd Street, Suite #1112, NY, NY 10001 TEL (212) 563-5763