Korean Virtual Language Camp | Concordia Language Villages

Korean Virtual Language Village

At a Sup sogŭi Hosu Virtual Village, we provide an environment for learners from all backgrounds and locations to explore the Korean language and culture with new friends who share similar interests.​

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Learn Korean

Sup sogŭi Hosu’s Virtual Village began in 2020 and allows villagers to learn Korean all year round. From one-week sessions in the summer to club sessions during the academic year, villagers are able to be immersed in the Korean culture and language from the comfort of their home.

Activities

At a Sup sogŭi Hosu Virtual Village session, villagers may visit a Korean museum, cook traditional food like hotteok or play traditional Korean games. Activities are based in the Korean culture and utilized to further villagers’ language acquisition.

Tech Requirements

In order to best take advantage of this interactive experience, you will need the resources necessary for e-learning (reliable internet access, a device per villager with a webcam and microphone) and any individual adaptive devices needed; headphones are recommended but not required. Use of Chromebooks is not recommended as villagers cannot access all the features of the Virtual Village platform. As a program of Concordia College, we are coordinating our efforts with the college so that all virtual platforms will have the necessary and appropriate security features to protect the privacy of users, including compliance with FERPA and COPPA.

Programs

Academic Year Programs | Summer Virtual Villages

Meet Our Program Staff

Minji Kim

Our one-week facilitator Minji Kim (민지) is beyond excited for another summer at Sup Sogŭi Hosu. Minji received her B.A. as a double major in Linguistics and Asian Studies, her B.Ed in Elementary Education with a specialization in Problem-Based Learning, and a TESL certificate all from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. On staff since 2010, Minji has played a number of key roles in the Village, including mentor counselor, credit teacher and two-week facilitator over the years. Her favorite part about Sup Sogŭi Hosu is meeting villagers who are passionate about the Korean language and culture and helping them take ownership of their own learning. Even though Minji will for sure miss the time spent on-site with villagers face-to-face, she is still excited for this virtual SupHo Experience!