My name's Rob and may I officially welcome you to KDA.
There's a lot more information you'll need and want to know about this program in the Members Area here (links above in the navigation bar), but...
I do want to address something first:
First off, I'm glad you're here. Seriously. I limit the amount of people in here by asking for their name and email right in the beginning like that.
It turns some people away, but more importantly it ensures a certain quality of the ones who do come 'cause it takes someone reading the page and liking what they read enough to take that first step.
You did that. I thank you, I'm glad you're here, and if you're okay with it, I would like the opportunity to help you if I can.
Which brings me to my second point…
I really have helped a lot of people learn Korean since 2005. And there's a good chance I can help you as well.
But neither of us are actually going to know unless you give it a try.
I realize there's a cost to joining, but the fact is it's a very minimal cost considering what you're getting for it and more importantly...
...what it can mean if you do find the program to be a good fit for you and it helps you improve your Korean efficiently.
This language can be learned - relatively easier than most people think - and with each notch of progress comes more interesting opportunities and experiences.