Jong Phil Language Center, Inc. would pursue a continuous and vigorous public awareness program about the Korean Employment Permit System (KEPS), attracting the most number of Korean language students among other similar schools, and consistently aim for 100% KLT passing rate for all of its graduates.
Jong Phil Language Center, Inc. would become the most outstanding training center for Korean Language in the Philippines, producing the most number of Korean Language Test (KLT) passers, through its strict adherence to the highest standards of training in oral and written hanguel, and in Korean customs and traditions.
JONG PHIL LANGUAGE CENTER, INC. started as JP Language Center, Inc. in August 2005 at Ortigas Center, Pasig City. Then the Lubao Branch in Pampanga was established in October 2005 followed by the City of San Fernando Branch that now serves as its head office. For not so long, the Angeles City Branch was soon opened. Jong Phil Language Center, Inc. has now an existing branch in Zambales too.
Mr. Jong Pil Choi, founder and president, first envisioned a school that will offer a quality Korean language education for aspiring Filipino workers who wish to seek employment in Korea. Today, our schools continue to grow in popularity and expand in more areas of the country.
We are proud to be the top Korean language school in the country nowadays. Our school has produced the most number of Korean Language Test (KLT) passers. Since its inception in 2005, we have already taught a lot of Filipinos who are mostly working in South Korea already.
Jong Phil Language Center, Inc. currently offers a 100-hour or five (5) weeks of intensive language training which is comprised of 5 modules:
- Korean history and culture
- Living and working in South Korea
- Reading basic information in Korean
- Writing simple documents in Korean
- Speaking Korean: Developing basic oral communication skill
Each student is trained by a Korean instructor to ensure that the student gains a broad understanding of the culture and greater confidence in communicating using the language.
Korean Language can be learned easily when an effective learning program is utilized and ample time is given for the learning process. The five-week basic Hanguel course is designed to provide students with adequate language skills and increased confidence in interacting with Korean-speaking people. After one hundred (100) hours of learning basic Korean, the students should be able to communicate effectively in that language, enabling them to have a productive and meaningful interchange with Korean nationals.
The students, after their five-week (100 hours) study, should possess a better knowledge of and appreciation for the Korean culture, history and language. They would already be imbued with greater confidence in interacting with Hanguel-speaking individuals because they would be equipped with adequate language and communication skills. The intensive training designed to meet the highest language competency standards should allow them to easily pass the rigorous Korean Employment Permit System (KEPS) examinations, which will be given to foreign nationals wishing to work in South Korea. A good knowledge of the Korean culture and history would allow students who would eventually wish to work or sojourn in Korea to easily adjust to the Korean society and her people. Ultimately, the course is designed to help both skilled professionals and unskilled workers to find gainful employment in South Korea.