Do you find yourself busy with “activity”, but frustrated with the lack of results for all the time and effort you’ve put in?
You’re not alone, but fortunately there’s a fix...

Discover a proven process that will help you IMMEDIATELY...

Cut out all the wasted activity that’s sucking up your time, effort and money but not getting you anywhere of significance, and instead... FINALLY get on a proven path to improved fluency, retention, and overall speaking confidence

Follow these super simple DAILY steps and begin to improve your ability (and CONFIDENCE) to get Korean words, sentences, and thoughts to come out of your mouth, out loud… with relative ease and significantly increased fluency… starting today, and every day for the next 21 days… GUARANTEED.

Course Enrolment closes November 29th, 2020

Please note that I do realize this is a bold claim, however!

Knowing exactly what I did to learn this language, and after having run a couple successful “beta” groups earlier this year to test things out with other people…

I am 100% confident this can work for anyone willing to apply these simple steps with a little bit of consistency.

So before you waste another dollar or another hour on yet another workbook, app, class, online program, or language exchange partner...

Ask yourself this… 

For all the time and effort I’ve put in... am I happy with my results, specifically my ability to SPEAK the language, so far?

If you can’t answer that question with a proud and emphatic “Yes!”, then let’s fix that right here and now.

And look… two important things before we jump into what this is all about..

  1. There is a very good chance that the reason you’re not getting better results for your efforts is NOT your fault at all.

    As you’ll soon discover, it is a far-too-common (and highly discouraging) story that has been plaguing motivated, would-be Korean speakers like yourself, sabotaging your efforts and potential, for far too long.

    Adding to its complexity and impact is that it is very hard to detect for most beginner learners, and so it goes on undetected, until one day you look back and realize how little you’ve progressed despite your efforts and time invested.

    Secondly...

  2. The reason WHY you’re not getting the results you should be for the effort you’re putting in, is not nearly as important as focusing on how we’re going to tweak your learning improvement process so that can turn it all around right now, and start making consistent, tangible, and noticeable results FAST.

    How fast?

    Starting today, literally every single day for the next 21 days, AND for the rest of your Korean-learning journey…

'Cause see, here's the problem many people run into...
(and make no mistake, I fell into this too!)

Most people first starting out don’t have a specific plan of attack.

Instead, they essentially “follow the crowd” and do what 99% of people do (again, myself included), and rely on other resources to provide a plan.

They either seek out a class, a language exchange partner, perhaps they try some online videos, or buy some workbooks, they try an app, or they watch Youtube “teachers”...

Or worse… they actually do a combination of those things, all of which combine to completely eat up all of their time and energy.

They’re kept busy with “activity” and for many people, because they don’t really know any better, they THINK they’re making progress, which gets partially hidden by the fact that they ARE probably making a little bit of progress....

Their “awareness” of the language grows, they learn some words and expressions, yes…

But as they come to find out months later, despite “learning”, they’re really not much closer to being “conversational” than they were before, certainly not relative to the time and effort they’ve invested.

And adding to the issue is that they're very likely enjoying the process. Often teachers try to make the class enjoyable, or they’re riding the initial motivational “high” of learning a new language.

And that’s all great for a while, until months down the road, when they’re able to look back, they realize that they’re not actually progressing very much…

The fun slowly turns to frustration, and they begin to feel like they’ve been wasting a whole bunch of time (and potentially money).

‘Cause see, the problem is that almost NONE of these options are actually designed to help you effectively improve your ability to SPEAK Korean.

Not because they were designed on purpose to not help you - of course they’re designed with “good intentions” - but because they are all lacking some key elements to ENSURE you make progress…

Most programs are designed around providing helpful content - which is important, yes - but each of them have their own very common pitfalls that are sapping your time and energy while providing relatively little benefit...

Let me know if any of this sounds familiar...

  • Classes: are often run by teachers who, while very kind and generous with their time and energy, have very little experience in actually getting people RESULTS. They do a bunch of teacher-talk explanations which take up most of the class, then you spend some time solving some workbook activities, and only IF there is any time left, is there any focus given to speaking practice.

    After that, you’re left on your own to go home and “learn” the material better, and then come back to the next class ready to start the NEXT material or chapter.

    Next, next, NEXT.

    And not only that, but very often, while their heart is certainly in the right place, the teacher just grew up knowing their language, and often provides very little insight into how or why the language works the way it does.

    Often we’re told “That’s just the way it is, now go memorize it”.
  • Language exchange partners: have a very similar problem to classes in that, while the person is often kind - in no way am I trying to put anyone down here - but they’re often inexperienced, offering very limited explanations on how things work, AND offer very little plan or structure to help you actually improve your speaking.
  • Workbooks, youtube videos, and almost all online content: all suffer from the same problem... what I call the “content treadmill”.

    As a business model, by nature they literally survive by people buying and/or consuming their material.

    As a result, their focus is not on YOUR results at all.

    Their focus is much more on growing their business by getting more and more people to consume their products and info.

    I will point out that it’s not necessarily their fault either. Many people unfortunately think that’s what teaching is… simply providing information that the student does not know.

    And while that is certainly a part of it, personally I think effective teaching also focuses on getting the person (student) to act as they do not currently act, in an effort to guarantee improvement and results.

    But I digress…
  • And apps: while I admit they do actually TRY to implement some more learning techniques to get things to stick, similar to the youtube videos and online content, their measure of success as a business model is more about getting people to “stick” to the material.

    So whether you’re getting results or not, as long as you’re there and using their material, you’re valuable to them.

And the HUGE problem shared by all of these resources is that...

  • They all put a massive focus on providing content and “input”... on “learning” the language. They keep pumping out more and more content which people consume and consume and consume.
  • They keep you busy spinning your wheels with activity, and actually CONSUME all of the time and energy you’re able to dedicate to “learning”, and as a result...
  • They completely sabotage a large majority of people’s efforts, potential, and progress… very likely yours included.

‘Cause see, when people say they want to “learn” Korean,

they don’t just want to “learn”...

 They want to learn to SPEAK the language.

It’s a subtle, but very important difference.

But because so many people start without a specific plan of action to begin with, these resources keep you THINKING that this is what you’re supposed to do to progress….

That this is what “progress” looks like.

But if you continue to follow this path for months, or worse....

years…(perhaps you have already)...


You eventually get to a point where you stop and start to feel…

“Wait, what…??.. “I’ve been doing all these things, I’ve studied all these words and structures, I’ve done the workbooks, I’ve had the language partners, I’ve tried it all…I SHOULD be able to speak better than this!”

And when this starts to happen, unfortunately we start to look for reasons why we’re not making the progress we want, and we often start to place the blame in two very incorrect areas, often both combined making the language begin to SEEM insurmountable…

(I’ll discuss the far worse one second)...

  1. We start to believe, VERY incorrectly, that this language is “difficult”... and maybe just “too difficult”...

    Even though we put it out of our minds and think “No, I can still do this… I know others who have”...

    Because we’ve heard it so many times...

    Because it’s been quoted in major language-learning articles…

    And because we’re now experiencing it for ourselves… (so we feel)...

    We start to believe, VERY incorrectly, that this language is “difficult”... and maybe just “too difficult”.

    Please excuse my French, but it’s bullshit.

    Yes, there are things in Korean that are quite different to English, but “different” does not have to mean “difficult”, as long as:

    1. You get it explained in a way that makes sense and is easy to apply and learn from, and…

    2. You apply sound, proven strategies to make progress despite the differences (“difficulties”) in the language
  2. We start to blame ourselves. We start to think WE are not good enough.

    We literally start to talk ourselves out of our own ability to do this.

    And this, too, is absolute nonsense.

    I know because on top of using it myself, I have now helped a bunch more people use the exact same process to make consistent progress day in day out, and highlight a direct path they can use to go from where they are now to conversational.

    All that was required for them was to tweak their language-acquisition process, and put focus on the RIGHT activities.

And the truly worst part of all this is...

Once the frustration starts to set in, and we start to question our ability to ever acquire the language… it all stops being fun (no matter how fun the teacher might try to make it)...

We begin losing motivation, and what could have been a very achievable dream starts to seem so distant, and it’s at this point or soon after that many people give up.

Which is a damn shame, because not only only was it achievable, but it would have been so damn awesome.

Like, seriously. I don’t expect your experiences to mirror mine exactly, but as a result of learning to speak this language, I’ve had so many incredible opportunities open up to me….

  • I got to help coach and organize two sports teams.
  • I got to MC two friends’ weddings (yes, the Korean part).
  • I got to co-host my own Korean mini-series leading up to the 2012 World Expo held in Yeosu (just 30 minutes from where I lived).
  • I got to meet, date, and eventually marry my wife (something she admits totally would NOT have happened if I wasn’t able to speak the language)...
  • And helping out with the whole marriage thing, I got permission from her father to marry her as well!

And that’s honestly the short list of amazing things I’ve got to experience as a result of learning this language.

  • It doesn’t take into account the number of encounters I had with people all over the country, from little old ajummas at street markets, to cabbies, to shop owners, so many of whom have engaged with me simply because I could speak this language.
  • It also doesn’t take into account the times I had to bail my friends out of sticky situations they got themselves into. I didn’t necessarily want to be in those situations, but when all was said and done, it felt great to be relied on like that, and even better that I was actually able to help!

And again, your experiences and opportunities most likely will look entirely different than mine, but there is something that ALL of them have in common…

We would trade them for nothing. Except for that’s exactly the problem and why I’ve decided to do something about this…

Because every time people make the choice not to fix what’s broken, to get off this path of mediocre results and onto a proven path of progress, they are literally trading those experiences away.

Again, maybe not consciously, maybe not on purpose, but now that you know... the choice becomes yours.

Do you want to continue down the same path of course after course, textbook after textbook, online video after video… eating up your time and energy but NEVER leading to the result you want?

Or would you too prefer to get on a proven, direct path from where you are now to finally becoming conversational in the language?

Honestly, that question is a bit of a rhetorical one, ‘cause the answer is obvious.

And I’ll reiterate…

If you can promise me an average of 20 minutes daily, I’ll help you take that 20 minutes and make more progress in a super short time than you have in months or years...

So who am I and why should listen to anything I say?

My name is Rob Julien, and I am the creator of Korean Digital Academy, and of the 21-Day Speaking Challenge.

I’ve been teaching the Korean language both in a classroom setting and online since early 2006 (yes, 14 years and counting), and I have become well-known for taking a seemingly “difficult” and complex language, and breaking it down for people in a way that makes sense and is easy to understand and learn from. 

But before all that, and much more importantly to you…

I started learning this language from exactly where you did… from nothing.

An absolute beginner.

When I first started out, not only did I experience a version of this same problem myself, but since the beginning of 2020, I started making a point of talking to people who came through KDA about their Korean-learning experience so far, and it is staggering how many people have a very similar story.

While certain details can change, the overall experience is eerily similar, and worse… equally disappointing.

But there’s good news…

If you’ve struggled to make significant progress in your ability to SPEAK this language, and would prefer a much SIMPLER way, then hear me out…

Introducing the 21-day Speaking Challenge...

This is the newest course we’ve created here at KDA. It’s in its 3rd round of beta, which is great news for you (‘cause it means you’re still able to get a damn good deal on it!)...

And I personally guarantee, if you can promise me a consistent effort of only 20 minutes per day on average (and I’ll show you ways to even decrease that if need be) for the next 21 days…

I promise you will be blown away at your ability to make daily, NOTICEABLE improvement in your fluency, speaking confidence (a major hurdle for many people), AND your long-term retention and ability to recall everything you learn.

And once you learn the process, you can then apply it to any single resource you ever learn from in the future and guarantee you not only “learn” the material, but you develop the ability to recall it, and speak it with fluency and confidence.

This process will help you shave months - potentially YEARS - off your journey from where you are now to conversational in Korean, and is a process that...

  • Is easy to apply
  • Can fit into and around your daily obligations (life!) and does not take a lot of time out of your day to do; And..
  • Because you start making and noticing progress IMMEDIATELY, it makes the  learning improvement process fun again; And as a result...
  • It reinvigorates your motivation again because you now (finally!) see a clear and achievable path ahead of you to becoming conversational and beyond.

Here’s exactly what you get with this program...

The main program:

Of course you need some content to apply the steps to, and I’ll come to that in a bit. But the main part of the program is a short daily video, usually only 2 to 4 minutes long, every day for 21 days, which will walk you through EXACTLY what you should do that day.

These videos will of course get you speaking and help you increase your speaking confidence, but they will also help you remove any mental blocks so that we can start speaking more freely with less focus on perfection, and really open up the pathway for actual progress.

Another strong benefit of this program and these steps is to not only improve our speaking ability and confidence, but to really increase your long-term retention of everything you learn.

One of the most common experiences people on the “content treadmill” have is trying to recall something, KNOWING they know it, but are unable to recall it.

As soon as they hear it they’re like, “Gah, I knew that!! Why couldn’t I remember it??”

You ever experience anything like that?

Right, and you’re not alone.

So this program helps solve that, because a major part of increased fluency is NOT just the ability to say things, but also relies on the ability to RECALL things as well.

We’ll help you fix both.

Pre-challenge Videos:

Before we get into day one of the speaking challenge, we want to make sure we’re all on the same page and ready to hit the ground running on day one.

These short but important pre-challenge videos will guide you through our unique approach to language-acquisition (specifically the ability to SPEAK it!), our philosophies, and other perspectives to help make sure you get the most out of the program.

Access to our Private Community:

This is easily one of my favourite parts of the program, and it may just become yours as well.

For a lot of people, getting over the speaking roadblock is not just about improving the mechanics of getting words to come out of our mouths, but it’s also very much about busting through our mental roadblocks and improving our confidence.

This private group is ONLY for people who sign up to the 21-Day Speaking Challenge, and who are also committed to smashing through those roadblocks, improving their confidence and fluency in the language.

The group provides a safe and comfortable environment for people to practice and improve in, to encourage and support one another, and to champion each others’ efforts as we go.

One group of people with one goal, and to be honest, it’s great.

Like I say, the interaction and encouragement is easily one of my favourite parts. Other than the success stories I get to hear at the end of course.^^

And to help make sure this program is as helpful as it can be, for anyone who signs up this time around, we are also including the following...

BONUS #1: 
Access to one FULL level from our main digital course ($50 value):

As I mentioned, when you’re going through the daily steps, it’s only natural that you need some “content” to apply the steps to.

Also as mentioned, part of a successful language-acquisition process is getting the language explained in a way that makes sense, and is easy to understand and apply.

So the first “extra” that we’re including for those who sign up this time around is six-months of access to any ONE level of your choice (based on the level we both agree is best suited for you, details just below).

Our digital lectures were recorded in a live classroom setting (so it’s like you’re sitting in the class with us), and have become well known for making simple sense of what many believe to be a difficult language.

The classes start right in the beginning and progress step by step through the language, skipping nothing, and walking through the most direct route from where you are now to becoming conversational and beyond.

There are four levels in total, each with 12 classes (so a LOT of material - an entire year’s worth currently if you progress one class per week, which we will do in the speaking challenge).

How it works:

As soon as you’re registered, the first step will be to establish, based on your SPEAKING ability, what level will be a good fit for you, meaning which will be challenging, but not overwhelming.

Once that’s established, we will open up access to that level, and you will keep the access for a full six months.

That way you can continue to progress through the material on your own, and use your newly-learned and wonderfully-efficient method to continue to improve well after the speaking challenge is over.

But that’s not all…

BONUS #2: 
Access to ‘The Top 1000 Words in Korean’ ($27)

While each class from the digital course has its own target vocabulary, the reality is that language-learning can be very much an individual’s journey, meaning the words you want to learn and use may differ from the words someone else wants to learn and use.

These wordlists will help you plug n’ play with any vocab you like, should you want to. This is totally optional, but because everyone’s journey is different, you may find you want to do this, and so this resource will help you do just that.

I should mention that these wordlists have been emailed out to people (very likely you included) at some point in the past, but recently we had a student go through and improve the formatting etc to make it more easily searchable, and overall just better. This new and improved version will be included in the course as well for you to use during the 21 days, and well beyond.

BONUS #3 (a very rare occurrence!): 
Access to me for personal feedback($300)

I’ll admit, I have been largely removed from any live teaching for quite a few years now (I mean, why would I when we have the ROKstar teachers we do!).

But for this time around, I will be doing weekly “check-in” calls. These calls are for you to ask me literally anything you want, and to get personalized help with the process should you need it.

Again, I not only want these 21 days to be as helpful as possible for you, but I want you to come away with a full and clear understanding of the process so that you can take what you learn and continue to improve LONG after the challenge is over. And so these calls will help us do just that.

Tweak Your Learning Process Now and Save Yourself Hundreds of Dollars and Hours of Wasted Time...

Think about it...

  • How many hours have you spent in a classroom trying to learn? Hundreds??
  • How much money did you spend to be in those classes? Also hundreds??
  • How much time and money did you spend getting to and from those classes?
  • How many books do you have piled up on your bookshelf, collecting dust and constantly reminding that you “should be” doing more?
  • How many hours of online resources have you watched?
  • How many files of workbooks and other resources do you have stored on your computer?

If you’re like any of the people I’ve talked to, the answer is most-easily described as “A LOT!”, because actually having to count it all up and figure it out would be next to impossible!

So instead, imagine learning a process that would make each and every resource you used actually useful, and would guarantee you not only “learn”, but actually improve your ability to SAY everything you learn…

Obviously it’s hard to predict exactly what experiences and opportunities would arise as a result, but again, we can both agree that they’ll be pretty awesome…

ESPECIALLY because you’ll know with 100% certainty that it’s happening because you made the choice to get on your new proven path of progress, and finally become conversational in the language.

When Exactly Can You Expect Results?

To be perfectly honest with you, once we are into the process, specifically the “output” phase which starts on Day Four, it is very common and highly likely that you will notice improvement in your fluency and overall ease of getting the words out of your mouth within a single day, and every day from then onward.

Here’s a breakdown of the process...

Each week is broken up into an “input” phase, and an “output” phase. The reason for that is because if we don’t do any “input”, then we won’t have anything to “output”.

In the first three days, we’ll be focused on the “input” phase.

Day One:

Day One of the challenge will be the first day of our input phase, which lasts from day one to three.

In the first week, because it’s our first week, we don’t have anything to review from the week prior. Therefore…

There won’t be a lot of SPEAKING per se, as we’ll be focused solely on “input”.

In weeks #2 and #3 however, during the “input” phase, we’ll also have a review portion, and so in every other week except for the very first one, there will be speaking every single day.

And you will become more comfortable speaking every single day, that is my promise to you.

Day #4:

Day four is the first day of our “output” phase, and this is where things start to get fun.

Because this process is new for people and NOT something they typically do or have done to improve, in the beginning the words can come out “choppy”, with poor fluency, and even seem a bit awkward.

But hear me out… that’s not just okay, it’s a GREAT sign!

It’s great because that is proof that there is room for improvement. And you will absolutely notice the improvement as you go, I guarantee it.

Days #4-7:

From this point on until the end of the week, we will be practicing our speaking literally every day.

This part of the process won’t take long at all (in terms of total time required in a day), AND we’ll even make it seem like less, because we’ll help you utilize your downtime effectively so that you can work it into and around your daily life and commitments.

Because we do it every day, you will notice improvement in your speaking fluency, confidence, and ability to recall the words and phrases you’ve learned, literally every single day.

At the end of Day 7, the material you’ve been focusing on, the exact same material that felt “choppy and awkward” at the beginning of the week - will seem “easy”, almost to the point it becomes boring to you.

And that’s another great sign!

How in the world can “boring” be a good thing??, you might be asking, but here me out.

If something only recently felt choppy and awkward to say, and now in a relatively short time period of time later it feels easy to the point it’s boring for you, that’s a REALLY great sign of improvement!

And the best part is, like I’ve been saying all along, it’s not just improvement in our “passive” understanding and recognition of the language (like you get from workbooks and most other programs), but in your ability to actually speak.

To actually get the words to come out of your mouth.

It’s entirely possible that you will make more tangible progress in week one that you maybe have in months of trying other methods.

Weeks #2-3:

Once we’ve completed week #1, you will have experienced the process for one full week.

The entire week will have seemed new to you, but once we enter back into the beginning of the phase in week #2, things will quickly become familiar to you.

For some people, that familiarity can lead to potentially shortening the input phase and increasing the output phase, but I leave it up to people to decide.

As mentioned, there will also be a review portion added, where we continue to review what we improved on the week before.

Remember, the added benefit of doing this is our long-term retention…

So we don’t want to just hold on to things we learn for the week, but we want to be familiar with it all at the end of three weeks.

We want it ALL to be able to come out of your mouth.

Week #3 will be similar to weeks one and two, but with its own added tweak. 

So that’s a summary of the process.

I hope that kind of improvement sounds exciting for you, because that’s what I know this program can do for people who are willing to give me the consistency to achieve it.

Again, not a LOT of time… just the consistency.

Here’s exactly how it’s changed
people’s learning trajectory (and lives) forever...

Want proof this works? Sure thing. Here are two stories, both 100% true. One is mine, one is about a student I chatted with earlier in the year, and was partially the inspiration for making this program. Plus you can hear from some other people who’ve applied the process and the progress they made.

How it changed my life forever...

Honestly, way back in the day when I was learning, I KNEW I wanted to learn the language so that I could experience the culture and people 1st-hand, without relying solely on books or other people’s stories. BUT…

Being a pretty social guy who wanted to get out and meet people, the last thing I wanted to do was to sit inside for hours a day and study.

And thanks to this process, I didn’t have to.

Looking back on things, I feel it took me about 9 months to become conversational in Korean.

SIDE NOTE: That 9-months ALSO included figuring out the language on my own as I mentioned, and I truly feel anyone can do it faster than that, and that’s exactly what this program is designed to do!

In 9 months I made enough progress that it wasn’t long before I had people (often friends who’d been here much longer than me and who’d struggled to make any progress due to all the reasons already mentioned) come up to me and ask…


“Rob, what in the world are you doing to learn this language so quickly?
All the classes and books I’ve tried suck!”


And honestly, because I heard that so much over and over, one day in early 2006 it hit me that I should try teaching this language, because I KNEW I could help them.

And that is how I first came to start teaching Korean in the first place, not to mention all of the other awesome experiences and opportunities I mentioned that arose as a result.

That’s my story (the short version anyways), but I’m sure you’d like to hear about how others have used the process, and the results they’ve had. 

And not only my life, but here’s the story of Emily,
“the advanced student who couldn’t speak”...

Earlier this year I started chatting with people about the issues they were having trying to learn Korean.

By doing so, it became very clear that not only do the problems I described earlier still exist, but due to the vast increase in resources to choose from, they’ve actually become worse!

Honestly, one girl’s story in particular stuck with me, ‘cause she had been at this for years…

(and yes, she has given me permission to share with you, although I’ve changed her name - for this story, let’s call her Emily)

Emily was always a REALLY good student. She worked hard, she had the ability to retain information well, and so through the years, she progressed up the ranks in the various classes she’d taken.

Every time, she told me, they would level-test her based on what she knew (not what she could actually SAY).

And because she KNEW a lot, she’d always get placed in a higher class.

The problem?... She could not use her Korean at all.

None of the classes she ever took the time to focus on developing her ability to SPEAK the language, so she just studied and studied and studied… next, next, next, NEXT!...

And she got to a point where she KNEW so much, but could not say a thing.

And as a result, she became embarrassed and actually withdrew, refusing to use her Korean out and about.

And the reason we ended up chatting was that she felt stuck, and was super frustrated with it.

But learning Korean is actually her biggest goal in life right now, and so despite her frustration and embarrassment, she didn’t want to give up.

Realizing that this was the problem she and others were suffering from, I decided to create the first round of the 21-Day Speaking Challenge, so that I could help her (and others struggling like her) tweak her learning improvement process so that she could improve her SPEAKING.

We helped her cut out all the activities that other programs had her doing that wasted her time and effort, and instead helped her focus on the daily steps she could do that would help her improve her speaking every day… guaranteed.

And the result? It worked. She’s since rocketed through our levels 2, 3 and 4 of our program, and is now on a clear path to achieve her goal of becoming conversational in Korean. 

Here’s exactly what Lindsay to say about the program...

(click the pink "play" button to hear it directly from Lindsay)

"I really liked it. I could see a huge difference between myself in the beginning of the week, and the end of the week.

It's sorta been my dream, to be able to explain something at some kind of length in Korean... and I did it! So I feel really good now!

I think this is a great method. I think I've improved in a bunch of different ways, and really gotten things into my head.

I also feel like my pronunciation is improving. I feel like I'm sounding more like a Korean.

Honestly I'm surprised by what happened in my class last night, and how well this seems to have worked, and I'm going to keep doing it.

I'd definitely recommend it. I've already told my classmate about this 'cause I thought it would be really helpful for her.
"


~ Lindsay; English Teacher and Korean-language Enthusiast!

These are not some magical steps that only
linguistically “gifted” people can do... 

They are SIMPLE.

Anyone can do this, and I mean ANYONE.

I don’t care if you think you suck at languages, are too old, are too busy… whatever it is.

Along with “Emily”, this process has helped a bunch more people do the exact same thing....

Greg Lewis

English Professor, S.Korea

This approach is perfect for someone who doesn't have the time...

“Overall I really liked it. I told you in the very beginning that I’m very busy. The methodical process that you can wedge it in here and there, it’s perfect for someone who doesn’t have time.


I’m not trying to blow sunshine, but I think this approach is perfect, and for me, one of the best approaches to take."

Euan Kerr

English Teacher, S.Korea

My speaking has improved since day one, so I think it’s been successful...

“It was quite enjoyable for me, and quite a good challenge. My speaking has improved since day one, so I think it’s been successful.


I think the consistency is really a benefit, even if, like you say, you’re only studying for 5 or 10 minutes a day, then having that habit of doing it every day makes a difference."

Murray Johnson

English Teacher, S. Korea

A little bit each day, and it really set in...

"I like the study approach. I find it productive, and to be engaging each day. I just did a little bit every day, and it really set in. It became much easier as the week went on, and just felt more engrained.

I also notice that I'm not spending any more time studying, but I'm spending my time more intelligently. "Smarter not harder", as they say, so that's a win. "

But listen, I fully understand there can still be a bit of hesitancy, thinking, “Sure, maybe it worked for them, but how do I know it’ll work for me??”

I fully get that, but the reality is neither of us will ever know unless you try. So to help make your decision to at least try, as easy as possible, I am offering you…(and everyone who joins this time around)...

Here's My Personal "Guarantee of Progress" to You...

Listen, I am very confident this method will work for you, because it’s simple, it’s easy to apply, and because it has already worked for a high percentage of the people who’ve used it, HOWEVER…

I am also aware that no solution works for literally every single person ever, and so you may not be as sure as I am.  Fair enough.

But the reality is, unless you try,

neither of us will ever know.

And if it WAS going to work for you, and you were finally going to start making the progress you’ve always wanted, then it’d be a damn shame for us not to find that out.

And so I am making this decision to join and try it out as EASY as possible, and putting all of the risk on ME to prove that the claims I’ve made are in fact as I say they are.

So here’s the deal…

Take the course, go through the steps for the entire 21 days, and at the end (yes, you can literally do the whole thing before you decide)...

If you don’t absolutely love it and agree that you’ve made daily improvement in your speaking fluency and confidence, and can finally see a clear path of progress that you can continue to use no matter what resource you ever learn from in the future…

Simply message us (you can reply to literally any email you ever get from us and we’ll get it) and I will refund back to you every single dollar paid.

NOT ONLY THAT, BUT… You can even keep the bonuses you get for signing up this time around.

And to make sure you have enough
time to try it out and decide…

Even though the program is only 21 days long, you get a full 30 days to decide, starting from Day One of the challenge.

I have been teaching for a total of 17 years, have been running KDA for a total of eight, and I truly feel that if I have not helped someone do what I said we could help them with, then I don’t deserve - and therefore don’t want - their money.

And by offering a personal promise like this, it allows YOU to make a FULLY-INFORMED decision about it, rather than trying to guess whether it will work for you or not.

So if that sounds fair, and if you have been struggling with some of the things I’ve described here today, then I strongly urge you to give this serious consideration, and let’s find out for sure whether it will work for you too.

‘Cause if it does help you, and I’m confident it can, then it will be a complete game-changer for you and your ability to speak Korean, and we’ll both be super excited for you and what’s to come.

Here’s Exactly How to Join...

Click the the big pink button below that says “Click Here to Register”, and you’ll be taken to a page where you can select your payment options.

You can either pay via Paypal (using a credit card or your paypal account), or if you live in Korea, there are instructions on how to do a bank transfer. 

Here’s Exactly What you Get With This Program...

With all that included, for this time around (and very likely this time around ONLY), the program is $47 USD.


And for those living in Korea who would prefer to do a bank transfer, the program is 50,000 won.

(Registration closes November 29th)

What happens after you register...

Once you’ve registered, you should get a “Welcome” email from us, which will contain your log-in info as well as a link to the Speaking Challenge home page.

Within a few minutes of getting the welcome email, you will ALSO get an email asking about your current speaking level. This will begin the process of establishing exactly which level you should start in the course.

Once that has been established, we will open up access to that level. The next step will be to dive into the program and begin watching the “Pre-challenge Videos”, as those will get you prepared and ready to get the most out of the Speaking Challenge once it begins.

In the members area, you will have access to daily videos walking you through the daily steps that we will take each day of the speaking challenge.

From there you should be off to the races, improving your ability to speak each day for the next 21 days, and learning a process you can apply well past the 21 days until you become conversational (and beyond) in the Korean language.

And as always, you will have direct access to us (via email, through the private group, and during the weekly zoom “check-in” meetings) to ask any questions you’d like and get help with any aspect of the course you’d like.

If that all sounds okay, then
at this point, you have a choice...

  • You can continue spinning your wheels with activity, trying things on your own, and making minimal progress compared to what you could.  Or...
  • Worse, you can join the thousands of people who’ve decided “they’ll never get it”, and quit (which I don't think is you're plan).  OR...
  • You can take a chance (not really even a chance considering the “guarantee” I’ve put in place for you), invest a little bit in yourself, and learn a simple process that is easy to apply, and that can GUARANTEE you improve your ability to speak Korean, and drastically shortcut the path to becoming conversational. change everything for you.

Personally, if you actually DO want to get conversational in Korean, I think the choice is a no-brainer.

That said, I also understand that you may still have questions, or want to think about it some more.

To help with that, I’ve put answers just below to some of the most common questions people have. But if there’s something you want to know that’s not answered anywhere down below or on this page, please do let me know.

You’d actually be helping me out as well, as I can add to the answer to the “FAQ” section just below so that others can get access to that question and answer too.

And regarding time to think about things, that’s totally fine too. But please do keep in mind that registration closes on November 29th.

(Registration closes November 29th)

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of time commitment is required?

One of the key benefits of this program is how we help people work the daily steps into and around their daily life in a manner that helps reduce the time commitment, taking very little time of your day, yet still making consistent progress in your speaking ability every single day. 

The reality is, if time is an issue for you, then it is even more CRUCIAL that you cut out any activity that doesn't move the needle forward for you, and focus ONLY on those activities that will.  

Different days require different amounts, which I'll provide more specifics on just below, but even if someone can't finish an entire day's step in one day, that is okay.

But to get on the most efficient path possible, one that allows you to make progress and that fits into and around your current life, the process should still be applied. 

To provide more specifics...

The longest a single day might take is about one hour if you were to sit down and do it all in one go, but TWO important things about that:

  1. No step requires you sit down and do it all in one go. A large part of this program is helping you understand how to do the steps in your "down time", utilizing times of the day you might not normally, so that it doesn't actually take much time out of your day at all. And...

  2. There's actually only one or two days of the whole week's worth of steps that would even require that really; most only require 30-40 minutes tops, spread out throughout the day.

    For example, days 4 to 7 really only require small 5-10 minute intervals, 2-4 times throughout the day. Basically, as the week goes on (and your ability to speak your target material goes up), the time required to do it each time goes down, so it gets shorter and shorter as the week goes on and your ability improves.

To summarize, and I can't reiterate this enough... if you need to take longer, take a couple days to finish a single step... THAT'S IS 100% OKAY!

There is a lot of flexibility with the process, and it is designed to fit into and around your life.

When does the program start?

Registration closes on October 26th, and "day one" begins on November 1st.

But please remember, this is not a program you have to attend at a specifically-set time.  

It can (and actually SHOULD) all be done on your own time - which we help with - and at your own pace.

That said, there are also some "pre-challenge" videos to watch prior to the start, and some steps to do before the program starts (including establishing your "starting point" in terms of the content you're going to use to apply the daily steps to), so registering earlier than later will be beneficial.

Can I do this in addition to the KDA class I'm in?

Of course it's totally up to you, but the short answer is yes, absolutely! 

This program is a very different program from our other programs, and is actually designed to be a perfect complement to all of them ( the weekly group sessions, 1-on-1 classes, and the "Go at Your Own Pace" program... or any other material or resource you'll ever use in the future for that matter!).

It is a set of daily steps to do to help you "acquire" the language (the "input" phase), and then take specific and deliberate steps to develop (and retain!) the ability to say everything you learn... what I call the "output" phase.

And all of these steps can (and actually SHOULD) be done on your own, and can be done at your own pace, so it's a program meant to help you improve no matter what your lifestyle, schedule, or "time restraints" might be like as well.

What level of fluency do I need?

This is a really great (and important) question.  Because some people believe they need to "be a certain level" to make it effective.

The reality is, you do not need to have ANY fluency whatsoever.

In fact, the less you have, the more opportunity you have to see improvement almost immediately, so that is not a concern at all.

In the past couple of sessions we've run, we've had people span all four levels, and still find value.  In fact, one aspect people have expressed they really like is getting to see people in other levels of experience go through the steps. 

What I will say about this though, is that I think a person (to get the most out of this) does need to be able to read Korean before starting this.

As always, I strongly encourage learning to read and write to be the first thing anyone should do, and this case is no different.

But after that, someone could be just starting out in the language and this program will benefit them greatly.

Do you still have questions?  Ask away!

As always, I encourage people to find out all they can about the program so they can make an informed decision.  And if your'e wondering it, there's a good chance someone else is too, so ask, and I can add it to the FAQ just above!

My final two cents...

This is your final chance to offer a personalised encouragement to your visitor. Warmly explain that this course is something you are proud of and that you hope to they’ll sign up so you can help them overcome their problems and get that amazing result!

Course Enrollments close on November 29th 2020

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