This Korean (upper-intermediate/B2) test evaluates a candidate’s knowledge of Korean at the B2 level of the CEFR framework. This test will help you hire employees who can use Korean professionally and personally to speak, write, read, and listen.
Vocabulary and grammar
Customer success managers, account managers, sales reps, product managers, project managers, marketing designers, and other roles requiring a strong grasp of the Korean language.
In today's globalized business environment, gaining a competitive edge is crucial. By hiring candidates with B2-level Korean language skills, your business can differentiate itself from competitors that may lack such capabilities. This unique selling point can attract Korean-speaking customers, partners, or investors who prioritize communication in their native language.
This Korean (upper-intermediate/B2) test evaluates candidates' language abilities to use public facilities, maintain interpersonal relationships, and apply their skills in work-related situations to a certain extent. It assesses their comprehension of news articles and similar materials.
Candidates are expected to understand and express themselves accurately and fluently on general social issues or abstract concepts. They should also be able to discuss social and cultural matters using commonly used idiomatic expressions and demonstrate an understanding of Korean culture. The test aims to gauge candidates' proficiency in utilizing Korean language skills for everyday life, professional contexts, and engaging in meaningful social interactions.
This test will help you identify individuals who can effectively communicate in Korean and apply language skills in work situations. Candidates who perform well on this test will demonstrate their ability to understand and express themselves accurately and fluently on general social issues or abstract concepts.
Hiring candidates who excel in this test can bring about enhanced communication, improved customer relations, expanded market opportunities, and a competitive advantage for your business.
Hyeon, a native Korean and certified teacher, is deeply passionate about teaching the Korean language and creating educational content. She works on developing and reviewing Korean textbooks, tests, and other materials.
Hyeon has a strong affinity for language learning and aims to become a learner-centered Korean language teacher. She draws from her experiences learning English, Japanese, and Spanish, languages she speaks fluently.
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