The Itaewon Global Village Center is here to help expats live comfortably in Korea by providing services and programs that will help you adapt to Korean life and culture. They will try as much to help with daily life-supporting services from things like the internet, cell phone services to matters such as bill payments. They provide volunteer activities, like visiting the senior welfare centre, to get foreign residents closer to the Korean community. On top of that, it also offers classes in Korean language, arts and crafts, culture and even K-pop dance! Go to their website to check out all of the programs they offer.
The Itaewon Global Village Center offers a free class to foreign residents in Korea to support their living. Classes are only held on weekdays, twice a week, and run over ten weeks per each quarter. Advanced registration is not allowed, and the students are required to visit the Global Village Center only. If you are an Absolute Beginner, the registration is done on a Lucky Draw (lottery) basis. If you have studied Korean before, you will have to take a level test before registration. Details of each semester will be uploaded on the website, therefore, regularly check their web page to see when the new semester will be open!