Thank you so much for getting registered!

It really does mean a lot that you liked what you read about our program enough to sign up and give it a try.

Here are a few important notes:

1) Support 

Please know that just because this is a "go at your own pace" program, that does NOT mean you are left on your own to figure everything out.

We want this program to be as helpful as possible for you so if you ever have a question about anything - how to navigate the site, a question about the language itself, anything at all! - please know that we are only an email away.  Here is the address you can send any questions to...

admin@koreandigitalacademy.com

2) Your log-in details 

Because you opted for the ROKstars plan (which includes the community), you should be getting an email invite to create your account on our community platform.  

If you don't see that, please first check your spam folder (or "promotions" or "social" tab if you're on gmail).  And if you still haven't received it, please get in touch with us at admin@KoreanDigitalAcademy.com.

NOTE: it is also a good idea to "whitelist" or mark "safe" our email address, so that future emails don't end up there as well.

3) 21-day Speaking Challenges

One of the main perks of the ROKstars plan is access to our speaking challenges.  These challenges are not only a great way to learn a process you can apply consistently (and easily!) to guarantee you improve your Korean, but they're also a great way to get to know other members in the program.

You can access that under the "courses" section of the community platform.  Details on when the next challenge will start can be found on the home page there.

4) Practice Sessions

If you purchased some practice sessions, you should also be getting an email with instructions on how to book those.  I would recommend saving that email to refer to whenever you need. Please get in touch if you do not receive that.

And other than that, we hope you enjoy the program, and look forward to hearing about your results.

Thanks again,

Rob