Free Seminar in Seoul – 19 May 2013 @ Kyobo Bookstore (Gwanghwamun)

We’re having our first bookstore seminar next weekend! Thanks to all of you who study through our lessons, we have published four textbooks so far, which are already available in major bookstores in Korea. And to help you study more effectively and to meet more listeners in person, we are having an free seminar open to anyone at Kyobo Bookstore (교보문고) in Gwanghwamun (광화문) next week. If you are in Seoul on the 19th of May, 2013, please come join us at the seminar at 4 PM. Please read below for directions to the place and more information.

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This is our first time having a seminar at a bookstore and we are very excited about it! We always enjoy meeting our listeners and we have met quite a few of you so far, but this is going to be different from other, more casual encounters. We are going to share our tips on learning the Korean language, as well as giving away some cool souvenirs for those who attend. If you have been studying on your own using our lessons and have questions, or if you just want to get some more information about learning Korean, or if you simply want to meet up with us, please come and join the event on Sunday, the 19th of May at 4 PM. There is a limited number of seats available in the lecture hall, so please be sure to sign up using the simple form below. If you know a friend who is interested in learning Korean, please share this page with them or bring them with you!

When & Where

– Kyobo Bookstore in Gwanghwamun, “Bae-um” Hall (교보문고 광화문점 배움관)
– 4 PM, 19 May, 2013

How to Get There

– Go to Gwanghwamun Station (광화문역) on subway line #5 and go to exit #3.
– Exit #3 is connected with an entrance to Kyobo Bookstore.
– You will see the “Baeum” Hall between sections H and F.


Update!

Thank you so much everybody for signing up! The seminar is now fully booked to the maximum capacity of the place. If you wanted to sign up for this seminar but couldn’t, we will prepare another seminar in the future and let you know. 감사합니다!


  • Iam Kuroush, originally from Iran, leaving in Baltimore Maryland, USA.
    I have been listening to your program since 2010 and love it. I wish I could attend your seminar on the 19-th but I can’t. I wish all of you the best and thank you for your excellent job in teaching Korean language.

    • Ana

      You’re right Cyrus!
      They are awesome! I’m very grateful to the TTMIK team too!

  • Hasan Aslan

    Hi there. For people that can’t attend this can you record it and put it on your webpage or youtube ?

  • Manoj Kumar Sainju

    wau.. great job, It’s really a great opportunity for those who are really interested and are learning korean, so thanks, M gonna join

  • Tan Tong

    YAY! I’m going to be there ^^

  • Annyounghaseyoh !

    I have been using your website to learn korean for a while now It’s an awesome site – I would love to come by and attend If possible.
    I hope I can come – it does say booked 🙁

  • Maksim Mykhailenko

    Hello. My name is Maksim. I’m in Korea now and I really want to visit you seminar. My friend received the answer and I didn’t.
    And now I don’t know what to do ?
    Can I come without permission, or no ?
    Waiting for your answer.

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