Because you're a beginner, the second thing I recommend (after checking out what the program is all about) is that you jump into class #1 and/or 2 and start learning how to read and write.
Learning to read Korean can honestly be done in a single day, and is easily the most effective first step you can take.
Learning to read Korean is NOT hard, and knowing how to do it will make learning how to speak the language so much easier.
I'm not sure if you've ever heard that Korean is a very "logically-built" language, but it really is, and to take advantage of that fact when learning, it really helps to be able to see how the sentences build.
And if you can already read and write, maybe check them out anyways as people who tell me they are beginners but can read and write already often find them useful, and gain insight into pronunciations of certain characters that they never had before.
It'll also give you good insight into how I teach and what the classes are like.
Anyways, I'll leave you to check things out for yourself. Here are links to the info page and members area (below). If you have any questions about anything at all, please don't hesitate to get in touch. I'm on the end of all emails you'll receive so just reply let me know. Cheers.