The Korean entertainment Hallyu with BTS, Squid Games and K-Dramas has gripped worldwide audiences. Everyone wants to be part of the K-World of entertainment and is interested to learn more about Korean culture and life. There is an increase in unique demand to learn the Korean language.
Korean Ministry of Education has found newer interest in its Korean language proficiency test for foreigners, TOPIK, hosted by the National Institute for International Education. Many foreigners want to gain proficiency in Korean, and many exciting apps are helping out keen learners.
K-Topik, a Korean language learning edutech company, recently launched a personalized learning app based on a question bank system that can be easily operated on a smartphone. K-Topik helps those who want to pass the Korean language proficiency test for foreigners TOPIK.
Learners can evaluate based on skill level.
The app has built a database that classifies and systematizes problems directly developed based on previous questions by area, type, and level. The learner can diagnose the skill level through the level test and receive analysis data on weaknesses, and learn with a personalized curriculum by blocking invalid types of problems. In addition, excellent instructors provide video lectures from prestigious universities in Korea, and explanations, words, and grammar that learners need to know for each problem are provided in the local language to help them understand easily.
From next year, K-Topik will be launched for Korean language learning institutions to provide automatic test paper generation, live classes, learning materials, and other student management systems that can be used by Korean language teachers as well as students.
Seong-jin Kim, CEO of K-Topik, said, “We tried to solve the difficulties and concerns about learning Korean and topics that were analyzed while closely observing foreigners for a long time, and we put effort into building UI/UX and multilingual learning environments so that learners can use them easily. Continue to experience topic problems appropriate to your level through the K-Topik app and learn vocabulary and grammar consistently. You will be able to reach your desired target level quickly.”
Meanwhile, K-Topik has solidified its position through the study abroad consulting business in Korea for foreigners and has already established a network of domestic universities and international students and many overseas channels in countries such as China and Vietnam.
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