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Korean Classes Gaining Students in Irvine
Whether it’s to better understand lyrics of K-pop, or to watch Korean dramas with less help from subtitles, Korean language classes are getting popular in the Southland.
Adult Korean language classes have begun this week in Orange County Korean Cultural Center at Irvine (20 Truman Avenue, Suite 107), and the proof lies in the more than 20 non-Korean students who have signed up for fall classes.
The center started to offer adult Korean language classes just a year ago.
According to the center, most of the students decided to learn the language after first getting interested in Korean culture. The number of students is increasing as the word spreads about the offered classes.
The center also utilizes Korean dramas and Korean food recipes in order to teach its students how to read, write, and speak Korean.
For further information, visit OCKCC.com or write to firstname.lastname@example.org