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How to Register for the
FREE KIIP Korean
Class
(사화통합프로그램)
PART 1:
JOIN THE WEBSITE
1. Go to www.socinet.go.kr
On the Soci-Net homepage, click “회원가입/Join” to Register.
Agree to Terms
If using Chrome… (which by the way, won’t work later)
Google Chrome warned me that the site is “unknown” or “not trusted” ...
Change to your preferred language
SUCCESS!!

Check that you can use your chosen ID
1.
2.
3.
4.

This is a common function on ALL Korean websites. You have t...
Next step, Log in!
(FYI: You should probably use Internet Explorer for everything. This is Korea, after all…)
**Note: ALL ...
PART 2:
REGISTER FOR PRE-TEST
Register for the Pre-Test
•
•

Once you login, you need to find the link at the top of the page called
“사회통합프로그램” (that’s ...
Apply!
Again, you can change everything to your language of choice.
I’m honestly not sure what “The Final Education” is ab...
My Page (finally)
Next, you’ll be taken to my page where you have a few more things to do.
1. Vicarious class application
...
1. Vicarious Class Application
Click the first link (highlighted earlier) and select the location you (apparently) want to...
2. Deputizing Attendance Application
Same-same. Again, click your preferred location.
(Wooseok University for me!)
FINISHED! (~almost)
Great! Now, all your information is filled out on “My Page”! There’s only one thing left to
do (and yo...
PART 3:
PRINT YOUR TICKET
3. Checking Detailed User Information
If you click your “Detailed User Information” you’ll probably be impressed with what...
Install Active-X
When you click to Print your test ticket, it will (like ALL Korean websites do) prompt you to
“Install Ac...
Ta-Da!
Print it out and be prepared to present THIS at your test time and site. Details:
1. You need to take THIS ticket, ...
PART 4:
TAKING THE TEST
Now that you’re all set,
just show up on time
and do your best!

Good luck!
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How to Register for the FREE KIIP Korean Class

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KIIP is the Korea Immigration and Integration Program. The website is located at www.socinet.go.kr. They offer a FREE Korean course for foreigners up to TOPIK Level 4 that can also help get you points toward an F-2 VISA or other VISAs later on.

Here's how to register for the Pre-Test (so that you can get in a class).

Download the ORIGINAL PPTX here: http://www.keytokorean.com/blog/tech/how-to-register-for-the-free-kiip-korean-class/
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How to Register for the FREE KIIP Korean Class

  1. 1. How to Register for the FREE KIIP Korean Class (사화통합프로그램)
  2. 2. PART 1: JOIN THE WEBSITE
  3. 3. 1. Go to www.socinet.go.kr On the Soci-Net homepage, click “회원가입/Join” to Register.
  4. 4. Agree to Terms
  5. 5. If using Chrome… (which by the way, won’t work later) Google Chrome warned me that the site is “unknown” or “not trusted” or something. If you get this message, just click the first link that says “Go in anyway.”
  6. 6. Change to your preferred language
  7. 7. SUCCESS!! Check that you can use your chosen ID 1. 2. 3. 4. This is a common function on ALL Korean websites. You have to be sure that your username isn’t already taken. After entering all your info, “Confirm Duplication” to check that you can use your ID. After confirming your ID, Click Join. **Use IE. This didn’t work in Chrome.** Also, be sure you password is 10-20 letters and numbers.
  8. 8. Next step, Log in! (FYI: You should probably use Internet Explorer for everything. This is Korea, after all…) **Note: ALL steps worked for me in Windows 8, IE 11
  9. 9. PART 2: REGISTER FOR PRE-TEST
  10. 10. Register for the Pre-Test • • Once you login, you need to find the link at the top of the page called “사회통합프로그램” (that’s the name of this program) Under there, click “사회통합프로그램 신청” to register. The other two links highlighted there are related, but don’t let you register.
  11. 11. Apply! Again, you can change everything to your language of choice. I’m honestly not sure what “The Final Education” is about there, so I just put in info about my Master’s Degree. Not sure if they wanted my Korean language study. Anyway, I don’t think it matters a big deal. Just (1) Fill in your info, (2) Agree, and (3) Apply
  12. 12. My Page (finally) Next, you’ll be taken to my page where you have a few more things to do. 1. Vicarious class application 2. Deputizing attendance application 3. Checking detailed user information
  13. 13. 1. Vicarious Class Application Click the first link (highlighted earlier) and select the location you (apparently) want to take the Pre-Test from. I choose Wooseok University because it’s closer to my house (in Jeonju). There is also Wonkwang University in Jeollabuk-do.
  14. 14. 2. Deputizing Attendance Application Same-same. Again, click your preferred location. (Wooseok University for me!)
  15. 15. FINISHED! (~almost) Great! Now, all your information is filled out on “My Page”! There’s only one thing left to do (and you have two ways to do it). Print your Pre-Test Ticket.
  16. 16. PART 3: PRINT YOUR TICKET
  17. 17. 3. Checking Detailed User Information If you click your “Detailed User Information” you’ll probably be impressed with what it pulls up. This pulled up my marital status and VISA type. Anyway, click “응시표” to print your ticket.
  18. 18. Install Active-X When you click to Print your test ticket, it will (like ALL Korean websites do) prompt you to “Install Active-X.” Do it. You know you want to. My Windows 8 computer with IE 11 ended up prompting me for SEVEN controls to install. I did ㅠㅠ… And then I got this! (next slide)
  19. 19. Ta-Da! Print it out and be prepared to present THIS at your test time and site. Details: 1. You need to take THIS ticket, a picture ID, and a sign/name pen 2. Enter the test room up to 30 minutes BEFORE the test 3. Results will be posted on “My Page” 7 days after the test – from there, register for a class I suppose
  20. 20. PART 4: TAKING THE TEST
  21. 21. Now that you’re all set, just show up on time and do your best! Good luck!

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