Heejung Melbourne, VIC 3000 6 booked recently chatting with 36 students

  • Korea, Korean, Koreantutor, Koreantutoring, koreanfood, koreanpop, koreandrama, kpop, kdrama, TOPIK, Korean language

About Me

***Online Class Available***
안녕하세요! My name is Heejung.
I’m currently looking to do 1 : 1 / small group Korean tutoring in Melbourne.

I have a keen interest in languages, so I majored in English/Korean language and literature at Uni and also studied how to teach both English and Korean.

I’m available from Monday to Saturday and times and place are flexible.
My going rate is 40 dollars per hour.

Based on Sogang University’s method of teaching Korean, my approach is very student-centered and communicative. We will learn and practice Korean grammar, vocabulary, and expressions in a way that is individualized and practical. Through this method, my students should be able to use the Korean they learn immediately and in a way that is useful for them.

Or, if you have a certain material or book you want to study with me, we can do that too!
I also teach TOPIK (Test of Proficiency in Korean).

My qualifications/experience:
∙ Certificate of Korean Language Teaching Level 3 course completion
∙ Certificate of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
∙ Private tutoring (Korean/English) 4 years
∙ Personal tutor at a private language school 1 year

그럼, 수업에서 봐요! See you soon!


Certificate of Korean Language Teaching Level 3 course completion


2018 - 2018

Korean Language and Literature/English Language and Literature

Sungshin women's University

2010 - 2015

Certificate of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Hanyang University

2015 - 2015


Conversation, Grammar, Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing, TOPIK

Lesson Information

  • Lesson Type:
  • One to One
  • In Group
  • Online
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  • Melbourne, VIC 3000
Sharon Soh (3 Apr 2020)
We're a group of three friends who have been learning with Heejung for about a year now. She taught us face-to-face and when she returned to Korea, we transitioned online because we enjoy her lessons that much! There’s clarity in her teaching, plenty of speaking opportunities, and she caters well to our differing proficiency levels. She also value-adds to my learning when I send her endless emails asking her questions. From a teacher’s standpoint (I'm a trained teacher with a master's degree in applied linguistics), I know she's good. I’ve only improved marginally through self-studying and attending Korean language school over the years. Well, the proof's in the pudding – I've always wanted to understand Korean dramas without English subtitles. I’m almost there now!