Our Tutors

Our full time tutors are native Koreans and fully qualified professionals with years of experience in Korean language instruction. Why settle for less?

Ms Yom


Teaching Experience
Lecturer (Korean), NUS Extension, National University of Singapore (NUS)
Lecturer (Korean Language Studies), NUS Centre for Language Studies (NUS)
Lecturer (Korean), Singapore Korean International School
Lecturer (Korean), Singapore Polytechnic (SP)

Qualifications
Native Korean, with years of experience teaching international and matured students
Post-graduate diploma in Korean Language Education (Seoul National University) 2009
Awarded Korean Language Teacher's certificate in Korean teaching to Foreigners (Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism, Republic of Korea)

Ms Seo


Teaching Experience
Adjunct Faculty (Korean), Singapore Management University (SMU)
Chief course program coordinator and Lecturer (Korean), NUS Extension (NUS)
Lecturer (Korean Language Studies), NUS Centre for Language Studies (NUS)
Lecturer (Japanese), Singapore Ministry of Education Language Centre (MOELC)
Lecturer (Japanese), Singapore Polytechnic (SP)

Qualifications
Native Korean, with years of experience in teaching foreigners in Japan and Singapore
Post-graduate diploma in Korean Language Education (Seoul National University) 2009
Master's degree in Educational Informatics (Graduate School of Tohoku University, Japan)

Adjunct Lecturers

We are also staffed by our adjunct lecturers, native Koreans who are also experienced tutors, and who will be familiar with the ezSAM teaching methods and materials. Our friendly adjunct lecturers are equally passionate to assist you in your Korean language learning journey.

ezSAM Syllabus and Teaching Methods

Robust programs

Our lessons and cultural program are designed by our own tutors with experience in program coordination and lecturing in major Korean language institutions in Singapore.

Multimedia teaching

Good use of multimedia during our Korean Language lessons complements traditional blackboard teaching, promising an engaging and conducive environment for learning.

Creative and fun

Creative teaching strategies include the use of comics and dialogue to arouse interest in Korean language learning. Games, cooking and other cultural activities will help you improve your listening and conversational skills.