English, Korean

2015.12.14 | 렉시스코리아 New Students


이번주는 6명의 새로운 학생들과  렉시스에서 첫 수업을 시작했어요.
스위스에서 온 타릿, 마들린 / 일본에서 온 메구미, 쿠루미 / 중국에서 온 비니 / 브라질에서 다시 돌아온 니콜!!

이번주, 렉시스 신입학생들은 각자 다른 4개국에서 온 한국에 관심이 많은 학생이에요. 신입 학생들을 만나면 반갑게 인사해주세요. 환영합니다!

6 new students commence their studying at Lexis Korea from this week.
Thawrit and Madeleine from Switzerland, Megumi and Kurumi from Japan, Xingran from China, and Nicole returns from Brazil !!

6 students are from 4 different countries! They are interested in learing Korean and Korea culture. Please say ‘Hello/안녕하세요’ and big welcome to our new students.We hope you have and great memories and good experience with Lexis Korea!


Lexis Korea students on TV!

Students from the Korean class experienced something quite special this last week, appearing in not only one but TWO television programs.

The first was a segment for a program called Korea Today which will braodcast on Arirang TV on Wednesday this week (23rd) at 7:00 am (KST).

ImageThe students had a lot of fun dressing up like PSY and getting interviewed.

The second is for a program called 투게더 (Together) broadcasting on TVN mid November (official date and time TBA)

ImageThe Lexis Korea students met up with the TV crew and other participants from all over the world at Gyeongbokgung Palace to start their day.

collage2They were then taken to a beautiful traditional Korean style restaurant and experienced a table full (literally!) of traditional Korean food ranging from different types of kimchi, grilled fish, tofu soup, vegetables and pancakes. The food was delicious and the atmosphere of the restaurant was lovely.

collage3All the food was only the beginning of the adventure!
Next the students were taken to the Hanok Village which displays real hanok (traditional Korean houses) and traditional Korean activities.
The students got to experience decorating bows and arrows.
Dominic from Switzerland was very creative and decorated his bow with a Swiss and Korean flag!

The students also were able to try on hanbok (traditionak korean clothes) and looked magnificent!


As the day drew to a close, the group was taken to a rather unique place.
It was a hanok refurbished into a dentist/cafe/bar/live music venue.
The owner of the stylish venue was originally a dentist but wanted to share the beautiful hanok with more people so made a cafe-bar space.
Here the group enjoyed traditional Korean musical performances.

It was a great day for students to experience Korean culture and meet fellow foreigners living in Seoul!