Learn Korean at the TUM Language Center
Korean is spoken by about 80 million people worldwide. The unique Korean writing system, Hangul, consists of 24 letters. Hangul was developed on the order of King Sejong in 1443, and it is easily learned because of its logical and clear syllable structure. In 1997 Hangul was recognized by UNESCO as a "Memory of the World."
Courses during the semester
We offer Korean courses from level A1.1 to B1.2 following the CEFR.
- Students register in TUMonline.
- You can follow our instructions for registration and, if necessary, determine your course level by taking our placement test (only for certain languages).
- TUM employees can register by sending an e-mail to the respective lecturer.
- Detailed information about registration.
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Room 300, Richard-Wagner-Str. 3 (MUC)