1. Can you tell me briefly about yourself?
- I am from France, and worked as an administrator in an international organization. I was concerned about human rights in North Korea, so I came to Korea for matters related with it. I repeatedly visited Korea from time to time, but since March I have been staying in here.
2. How did you find out this program, and how long have you been taking this class?
- I found it from a newspaper. My friend told me about it. And I have been taking this course since March.
3. What do you think about this program?
Are you satisfied with the lecturers, facilities and contents of the class? - Yeah, I think it’s pretty good. But, I feel uncomfortable with this chair and desk. It’s too small!! Well... I think it will also be better if the text is colored, and related illustration is included. The rest is fine.
4. Please tell me some impressions about the class.
- Korean is originally a little difficult to learn, but if you prepare for the lecture, it is no trouble to do. However, to my regret, I didn’t bring the textbook today.
Some were pretty good at Korean while others were poor. But they helped and taught each other with eager. Among the many students, we interviewed ‘Pascal Hochster’ who made the class harmonious with all those witty words and acts. He made a big fuss that Korean is difficult, but actually his level was pretty high as he wrote down my name correctly in Korean just after asking my name.
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