Korean for Hospitality programme at Langma School of Languages is designed to help professionals of Hospitality industry to start a career as a tour guide, reception, and chef. Our Korean language programmeincludes exam preparation (Level 2, 3 & 4). This programme is industry specific for tour guide, reception, and chef to offer Korean language course comprehensively and intensively for their profession. The programme at Langma School of Languages is tailored according to their time and budget allows; we ensure that the students would start speaking basic phrases and sentences within few weeks of sessions. Further, professionals would be prepared linguistically for the challenges they would face everyday whilst working with guests, diners, and tourists.
Learn Korean for Hospitality at Langma School of Languages to avoid mistake with Korean -speakingtourists. Professionals of Hospitality industry are the true ambassador of the hotel’s brand, customer service, and country. Our programme would help professionals to bridge the language barrier. There are more than 76 million Koreanspeakers in world-wide, and it is the most widely spoken language in the world. The Korean lessons would help professionals to have a smooth conversation with the guests arriving from Korea. Korea is the world’s top tourist destination and attracts more than 17.5 million visitors a year and the tourists receive great hospitality because Korean are well versed in the language of tourism so make sure you speak theirs. The programme is ideal for those who want to learn specific Korean vocabulary and expressions used to communicate with the guests and customers in the tourism industry. Moreover, the lessons are aimed at students, so the teachers would focus exactly on what they need. Our teachers have university degree (or equivalent) and recognised teaching certificates. The management monitors the progress and make sure your experience is both happy and successful. At the end of the programme students will be able to: describing people,location, & things, appearance, stating preference & opinion, talking about obligations, request & order, advising, guessing, talking about probability/possibility & certainty, refusing, describing faulty goods,applying for a job, giving or justifying your opinion, talking about intentions, describing experiences, talking about feelings, making comparison, buying things, talking about rules & obligations, and expressing hopes
|Duration || (2 hours/session)|
|Class timings||IST (International Standard Timings)|
|Class size||Maximum 5 students|