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Free Korean classes begin in March

The Busan Foundation for International Cooperation's spring 2021 semester will begin in early March. Classes are free, open to foreign residents on long-term visas and will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Registration begins February 15 on BFIC's website. Level tests will run from February 15 to 21 and are required before joining a class.


 This semester's program includes four levels of conversational Korean which begin March 2, as well as two special courses- a Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) prep class and a Korean culture class. Special courses begin March 5. Due to popular demand, BFIC will also offer five one-day TOPIK classes throughout the year.



How to get there: City Hall Station (metro line 1), exit 2. Busan Global Center is on the 13th floor of the National Pension Service Building.

Phone: 1577-7716 (Korean, English, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Russian, Uzbek service available)

Website: bfic.kr



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The Busan Foundation for International Cooperation's spring 2021 semester will begin in early March. Classes are free, open to foreign residents on long-term visas and will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Registration begins February 15 on BFIC's website. Level tests will run from February 15 to 21 and are required before joining a class.

 This semester's program includes four levels of conversational Korean which begin March 2, as well as two special courses- a Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK) prep class and a Korean culture class. Special courses begin March 5. Due to popular demand, BFIC will also offer five one-day TOPIK classes throughout the year.


How to get there: City Hall Station (metro line 1), exit 2. Busan Global Center is on the 13th floor of the National Pension Service Building.

Phone: 1577-7716 (Korean, English, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Russian, Uzbek service available)

Website: bfic.kr