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Han Rhee

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⭐️|(Read Below) Tips On How You Can Improve Your Language Learning)|
🔵|FYI: Available for Beginners (Excluding Total Beginners) & Up

⚡️|Speak from Day One|
⚡️|Strategic & Practical Approach with No Guesswork on What & How to Study|
⚡️|Learn with a Teacher Fully Bilingual in English and Korean|
⚡️|Overcome Most Common Pitfalls in Language Learning|
⚡️|Your Lesson Notes on Cloud Space for Easy Access|
⚡️|Instant Correction & Feedback During Lesson|


⭐️|Wide variety of language learning resources available|
⭐️|Access to a Private Language Practice Community|
(Over 50 Members with 10 Languages, Language Learning Resources & Practice Chatroom)|

About Me:

👔|6 Yrs of Experience in Teaching Both Korean & English for People All Over the World|
👔|Realistic, Result-based Approach: More Details Below|
👔|Various Career Experiences + Areas of Expertise in IT and Finance|
👔|Native Korean Living in Canada for 20 years|
👔|Can Communicate in: English, Korean, French and Spanish|


If you're learning a foreign language, you probably have a goal of becoming fluent in it one day.

Language learning comes with some challenges as the path to fluency is not always a straight line.

But it is very rewarding to be able to communicate in a foreign language and all your efforts will be paid off for the rest of your life.

It will also open doors to so many new opportunities that you weren't even aware of before, meaningful connections, more earning potentials, and unforgettable adventures.


If you're already learning a language,

have you ever asked yourself these questions?

- Why did I decide to learn a foreign language?

- What have I tried so far? What has worked and what hasn't worked well?

- Do I have a structured plan in my study routine? or Do I play by the ear in my learning?

- How do I know that I'm getting better?

- Why do I feel trapped without making much progress even after months or years of studying?

- Why is it so hard to reach any decent level of proficiency in language learning?


Here are things that I can help you with:

1. Show you the right tools for practicing Korean or English.

- There are so many books, courses, programs, and apps. Selecting the right ones will not only save you time and money but also will help you form a study routine.

2. Help you design your study routine (if you don't have have one already)

- Random, unstructured plan rarely goes far. In order to focus your energy and efforts, it's important to create a plan.

- A plan is a dynamic and fluid. It is meant to be modified as you progress in your study.

3. Compliment your learning material by giving you practical information on how people really communicate in Korean or English.

- Often the way people communicate in real life can differ from what we learn from books, courses, programs, etc.

- It's important to gain exposure to how the native speakers really talk to each other.

- Being only book smart in language learning is probably what not most people want but it is what most people are doing.

4. Have you accountable for your homework, and review.

- We will check your assignments and homework at the beginning of each lesson.

5. Help you form a strategy and tactics to learn any language.

- There are several things that we can do to create an environment that helps us learn a foreign language better even if you're not living in a place where it is spoken.

6. Help you find potential native language partners to help you practice communicating with them outside our classes.

- I have a small language learning community. We need your participation in order to grow the community.

- The purpose of the community is to create an efficient environment for language practice in all popular foreign languages.

7. Help you overcome your psychological block in language learning.

- Language learning requires some amount of healthy self-esteem as it is naturally a humbling experience.

- Letting go of some of our ego and pride for progress is constantly required.

8. (Perhaps most important) Help you journal your progress, so you won't ever have to wonder if you're making progress or not.

- When used well, this can be a game changer. It will bring awareness to your learning and also accountability to your learning on your own. ____________________________________________________________________________

So why should you choose to work with me?

After all, there are many teachers available.

I suggest that you contact with different teachers and find out more about their teaching style and how they can precisely help you.

Also you probably want to choose to learn with a teacher that
resonates with you the most.

I do believe that I have an edge. Because language learning is about mastering process regardless of what language you're learning.


1.Strategic Approach to Learning Any Language:

Each language has its unique challenges, intricacies and nuances.

But the process of foreign language acquisition is a repeatable process.

It's a skill that can be applied to any language you wish to learn.

I can help you form a learning strategy that will make a difference in your learning.

2.Realistic/Result-Based Approach:

We're living in an incredible era where technology is replacing a lot of what we had done manually in the past.

This is all good for making our lives easier.

But, let's face it.

People are now conditioned to what's fun and distracting rather than being strategic and process-driven to producing results.

In this quick-fix, dopamine-driven, fast-paced world that we're living in, it's paramount to deliberately focus on our tasks to get things done which requires thoughtful planning and patience.

Learning a foreign language is no exception.

It requires a lot of work and attention at the beginning as you're
conditioning yourself to think in another language.

(Just think of how many years it takes for babies to speak even the simplest words.)

3.Bilingual Teacher

I'm fully-bilingual in both English and Korean.

I can help you understand many ideas in grammars and
cultural and historical information about Korea as well as
offering instant translation during lessons.

(FYI: Often between English and Korean,translation can only be an approximation and not always a word-for-word match.)

4.I'm a life-long student of foreign languages.

I have studied many languages and am capable of
communicating in 4 languages.

Over time I've realized that language learning is about mastering process.

Once you have spent enough time journaling your progress, it will be apparent what works for you well and what doesn't.


What I ask of you:

0.IMPORTANT: If you book a lesson with me, I expect you to have some basic understanding of Korean (Hangul, few basic verbs & phrases)

1.Set your language goals and make a decision to be very proficient

2. Be pro-active in your learning; don’t expect the learning done onto you.

3. Review your material and be creative with how you practice (I can help you with this)

4. Apply what you’ve learn in lessons as soon as possible into practice.

5. Connect with other students learning the same language(s) and definitely make an effort to connect with native speakers.

6.Journal your progress in order to gain clarity in your language learning journey.

*If you enjoyed our lesson or if it was helpful, please leave a feedback.

It will help me bring more quality lessons to you and other students."



*Should you need to cancel or reschedule a lesson, please contact me at least 12 hours in advance.

*Please note that if a student is absent for a lesson, 50% of lesson fee will still be charged.

*Please ensure that you have a good, reliable internet connection and audio/visual setup.

A Little Bit About Me:

- My name is Han.

- I was born and raised in Seoul, Korea until I came to Canada when I was 17.

- I’ve been teaching English and Korean for the past 5 years (with 4 years @ Verbling).

- Learning languages has been one of my lifelong pursuits.

- I have spent thousands of hours learning different languages:

English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, some Italian and some Russian.

- I’m fully bilingual in English and Korean (I teach both languages)

- Semi-fluent in French, conversational in Spanish

and have some understanding and knowledge of Portuguese.



여러분은 언어를 공부하면서 가장 힘든 것이 무엇인가요?

모든 사람들은 다 모국어를 습득하고 모국어를 유창하게 사용하지만,

왜, 외국어 공부는 그렇게 힘들까요?

여러분들의 언어공부 방식에 연습과 체계화가 되있나요?

그리고 언어공부의 목적과 앞으로의 계획은 어떻게 짜여있나요?

혹시, 언어공부를 몇 번 포기 한 적도 있나요?

저는 모든 일에는 계획, 전략 그리고 연습의 방법 이 중요하다고 생각합니다.

이를 바탕으로 언어를 배우는 것은 시간과 노력으로 점점 미스테리 한 것 부분들이 없어집니다.

주위에, 영어나 외국어를 잘 하는 사람들 한 두 명 씩 있잖아요.

심지어 어떤 사람들은 외국 나가서 영어를 배운 것도 아닌데...

반면에 외국 생활 많이 했는데도, 영어 잘 못하시는 분 들도 보신 적있죠?

많은 분들께서는 외국어의 습득을 실패하면 대부분 자기자신의 지능, 노력을 원망하는데요,

노력은 정말 중요한 것이지만, 효과가 별로 없는 노력을 오래하면 어떻게 될까요?

이 것은 지능과 노력보다는, 크게 말해서 이 세가지라고 생각합니다.


1.목표화 계획의 부족: 목적과 배움의 형태가 없으면, 이 것이 효과가 있을까요?

2."언어 습득" 이라는 과정에 대한 이해부족 (즉, 언어에 관계없이, "언어를 배우는 방식"은 어떻게 되는 것일 까요? ),

3.연습과정: 여러분들은 언어구사의 능력을 위한 자신 나름대로의 연습과정이있나요?


또, 수업이 끝나고 여러분들은 자신 나름대로의 연습을 합니다. 하지만 어떻게, 어떤 부분을 연습해야 꾸준한 발전이 있는 것일 까요?

사람들마다 조금 씩 차이는 있지만, 연습에 관한 계획과 전략을 도움 드리습니다.


만나서 반갑습니다.

제 이름은 한입니다.

저는 한국 서울 출생이고, 제가 18살 때 캐나다로 가족을 따라서 이민 왔습니다.

저는 지난 5년 동안 한국어와 영어를 여러나라에서 온 학생분들께 지도해 드렸고요, 개인적으로 수많은 시간을 투자해서 영어, 불어, 스페인어, 포르투갈어를 공부했습니다.

저는 IT 쪽으로 오랬동안 일했고, 그리고 경제 금융 쪽으로 지난 몇년 동안 나름대로 공부해왔습니다.

학생분들께 제가 해드릴 것:

1. 레벨에 따라 영어발전의 필요한 확실한 과제, 도구.

2. 영어를 배우는데 필요한 연습과 공부를 과정의 디자인.

3. 실시간 실용적인 영어회화, 단어의 연습

4. 과제, 수업 후의 개인 적인 연습 방법 지도

5. 언어에 관계없이 언어를 배우는 방법을 지도

6. 언어를 배우는데 같이 연습하는 사람들을 찾는 것 도움

학생분들에게 요구하는 것:

1.자신에 나름대로의 영어에 관한 목표

2.참가적인 학습태도

3. 개인 수업후의 복습과 실용적인 연습

4. 영어 원어민, 같이 영어 공부 할 사람들 찾기

(참고) 몇 가지 관리사항:

1.수업에 참가하시지 않으면 환불이 없습니다.

2.수업시간의 변경을 원하시면 수업 12시간 전까지 연락을 부탁합니다.

3.수업에 필요한 비디오, 오디오를 준비 해주세요.

4.수업이 도움됬거나 수업이 좋았다면, 꼭 피드백을 부탁드립니다. 계속 좋은 레슨을 드리도록 할께요.

수업에서 뵈요

Clases particulares

60 minutos

Estadísticas del profesor

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Curriculum Vitae


Language Teacher (English,Korean)
italki - Québec,Canada
Language Teacher (English,Korean)
2018 - 2018
Korean and English Teacher at TakeLessons
Québec, Canada
Korean, English
2015 - 2015
Canadian Government French Proficiency Test
Canadian Forces - Bagotville, Québec, Canada
Canadian Government French Proficiency Test
2012 - 2014
Centenial College - Avoinics
Centenial College - Toronto, Canada
Aviation electronics
2009 - 2012
University of Toronto
University of Toronto - Toronto,Ontario, Canada
Math, Physics, Spanish, Economics

briefcaseExperiencia profesional

IT Technician
Self-Employed - Canada
IT Technician.IT Consultant
2012 - 2017
Avionics System Technician, IT Technician
Canadian Force - Quebec, Canada

Clases particulares

60 minutos