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Korean Language Tuition Center

Postby paramour » Tue, 15 Nov 2005 10:46 pm

What do you think about Korean Language Tuition Center?

It will be suitable for Singapore market?
I know there are two Korean language School.

How about 1 by 1 or 1 by 2 Tuition??

If you have any comments, it will be welcome ^^

Thanks
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Korean Language Tuition Centre

Postby cole » Tue, 15 Nov 2005 11:23 pm

I agree with you there aren't many schools specialising the Korean language in Singapore. This could probably due to the language not popular. But now this may change thanks to the popularity of the Korean tv dramas and many people going Korea for holidays.

Comparing to the Japanese language, the Korean language is not very useful from work perspective.

My view is the demand to learn the Korean language may not be as great as the Japanese language. This is my personal opinion.

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Re: Korean Language Tuition Centre

Postby paramour » Tue, 15 Nov 2005 11:48 pm

Thank you for your kind reply.

I am planning to set up Korean language tuition center but
before opening, I wanna survey wether it will be suitable for Signgapore market or not.

I guess after FTA agreement & popularity of Korean dramas n movies more people wanna learn Korean.


I hope I have more replies to know more this market ^^

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cole wrote:I agree with you there aren't many schools specialising the Korean language in Singapore. This could probably due to the language not popular. But now this may change thanks to the popularity of the Korean tv dramas and many people going Korea for holidays.

Comparing to the Japanese language, the Korean language is not very useful from work perspective.

My view is the demand to learn the Korean language may not be as great as the Japanese language. This is my personal opinion.
Yesterday is history,

Tomorrow is mistery,

Today is the Gift.

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