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|One-to-one course (per lesson) (1 lesson: 2 hours )
lower price per lesson from 5 lessons on
|Course material (one-to-one course (/5 lessons))||10 USD|
|Cleaning fee||50 USD|
|Accommodation deposit (Residence)||200 USD|
|Airport pick-up (Gimhae - Busan)||60 USD|
|Airport pick-up and drop-off (Gimhae - Busan)||120 USD|
|Airport pick-up (Incheon - Busan)||400 USD|
Other accommodation options
|Residence, double room, no meals (18 y.o.)|
|Studio, single room, no meals|
|Host family, single room, breakfast|
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Located within an approximate radius of 20 minutes by public transport from the language school, staying with a host family is an invaluable way to experience Korean culture. You’ll stay in a single room in the family’s home with free access to laundry facilities and will be able to choose between half-board or breakfast only. Free Wi-Fi, bed linen and towels are all included. This is a wonderful way to practise your Korean while living with a local family and learning about their customs and traditions.
Residence (from 18 years)
Located a 1-minute walk from the campus, this modern residence offers single, 2-bed or 4-bed rooms - each with an en-suite bathroom, kitchenette and laundry facilities. Bed linen is included, but not towels. Enjoy the free Wi-Fi and check out the convenience store and restaurants available on the first floor. About 5-7 minutes from the residence, you’ll find the transportation hub of Seomyeon Station, as well as many cafés, shops and restaurants where you’ll have the chance to experience Korean cuisine. Busan is at your fingertips!
If you’d like to be surrounded by other international and local Korean students, you can stay in an en-suite mini studio. Your room includes Wi-Fi access, free bed linen and towels, a desk, chair, closet and a small fridge. Free laundry facilities are available on-site and a shared kitchen is also available for student use. The language school is just a 10 to 15-minute walk from the residence.
As South Korea’s second-largest city and the biggest port in the country, there’s never a shortage of things to do in Busan! Take part in the school’s exciting activity programme (including free events as well as some which are available for an extra charge), which introduces students to Korean culture. These events include Korean barbecue nights, attending famous Korean pop music (K-pop) concerts and, of course, singing karaoke. In addition to being one the most vibrant cosmopolitan cities in Korea, Busan also boasts some of the country’s best beaches where you can try your hand at every type of water sport under the sun. And, if you’re looking for a weekend getaway, Seoul is less than 3 hours away via high-speed train.