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A booking confirmation will only be sent when full payment or a deposit has been received. The remaining balance should be sent within 14 days of invoice issuance. Bank details are provided on the invoice. Payment must include all bank transfer charges (including intermediary bank charges).

For late payments RK reserves the right to charge a late payment fee of KRW 100,000. Any promotional offers or discounts confirmed at the time of booking are subject to payments being made on time, and not reducing the length of the booking.

Cancellation and Refund

Cancellations must be made in writing, addressed to the RK office. For students cancelling 50 days or more prior to the course start date, RK will refund fees received in full less non-refundable charge. Cancellation or refund after arrival or the course start date is not available.

The following fees are Non-Refundable where applicable: Registration fee, Deposit, Visa document fee, Courier fees and Accommodation placement fee
Cancellations 50 days before the start date: Non-Refundable fees only
Cancellations 30 days before the start date: Non-Refundable fees + 30% of the fee
Cancellations 8 days before the start date: Non-Refundable fees + 60% of the fee
Cancellations 7 days or less before the start date, any cancellations or refund is not available
Cancellations 50 days before the start date: Non-Refundable fees only
Cancellations 30 days before the start date: Non-Refundable fees + 30% of the fee
Cancellations 29 days or less before the start date: No refund

Fees will not be refundable if a student arrives late, “No Show” or leaves before the end of their course. Refunds will be made within 8 weeks after the refund is officially accepted by the administration office.

General cancellation and refund rules may not apply if the students get the special discounts. In the case of semester/year course, cancellation, refund or change is not possible after registration is complete.

Even after registration is complete, accommodation may not be assigned to the preferred accommodation due to local circumstances and may be canceled or changed.

RK does not provide visas to students. RK can only provide students with relevant documents to obtain a working holiday visa, K-ETA, and other visas, but RK is not responsible for whether the documents are suitable for visa issuance.

When visa issuance is not possible or delayed, the general cancellation and refund policy will also apply. No exceptions to cases when admission is difficult due to natural disasters, Covid 19, or personal illness.

Changes to enrollment

RK reserves the right to charge an administration fee of KRW 100,000 each time course type, start date or type of accommodation is changed or postponed after RK has confirmed the initial enrollment. Students changing the plan must give notice in writing 4 weeks prior to the change. There is no refund for downgrades in course duration, course type and accommodation. In the event of a change of course start date, the cancellation conditions will be applied to the original start date. If students have registered for a group lesson, they cannot change to a private lesson.


To receive the course certificate, students maintain an attendance level of a minimum of 80%

Activity Credits

Purchased Activity Credits for non-included RK activities must be used during the course and will not be refunded if unused at the end of the course.

Reduction of Lesson

RK reserves the right to reduce the number of lessons in a class due to insuffieient number of students.

School Breaks and Public Holiday

RK will be closed on Public Holidays. Depending on the school schedule, holidays may be substituted for other dates. RK does not make up for lessons missed on these dates. Exceptions are made for One-to-One lessons, which will be made up. There is no refund for lessons missed due to a public holiday. All published course start dates that fall on a Monday, however, if this day is a public holiday, the course will begin on th

Airport Transfers

Flight details including: arrival time, flight numbers, airline and point of origin must be advised 7 days prior to arrival in order for RK to provide airport transfers. No refunds will be granted on transfers if flight details are not sent to RK at least 7 days prior to arrival. If several students are picked up at the same time, there may be a waiting periods before the transfer.

Photography & Filming

Students agree that photographs, videos, artwork or other works, as well as recorded or written testimonials; may be used, stored or transferred internationally by RK, or by a third-party agent, for promotional purposes including printed and online marketing materials and on any social media network without further consent or notification. If students do not wish to participate, RK will respect their wishes but it is the student’s responsibility to absent themselves from the photograph/video.


RK reserves the right to expel students for unacceptable or unlawful behaviour or lack of attendance. No refund will be given and any unpaid fees become immediately payable. Repatriation is at student’s own expense.

When a student behaves in violation of the accommodation rules, the person in charge of the accommodation has the authority to expel the student. In this case, the student must follow the rules of the accommodation, and there will be no refund.

Students expelled from an RK course are no longer eligible for RK housing. Housing refund policies will apply. RK has a zero-tolerance policy for discrimination, bullying and harassment in the workplace and the classroom; Discrimination, bullying and harassment of any kind is unacceptable, against the law, and will not be tolerated. RK expects students to behave in a manner that is considerate of those around them. Inappropriate conduct includes, but is not limited to:

1. disruptions to the learning environment (i.e. use of profanity, harassment, etc.);
2. deliberate destruction, misuse, or theft of RK property or the property of fellow classmates;
3. violence or threats of violence towards persons or property of students or school staff;
4. improper use of email or Internet access;
5. failure to comply with copyright laws and
6. use of drugs or alcohol on RK premises and/or when underage

Damage to Property

Students must pay the full cost of any damage they cause to property. Damage deposits may apply to certain accommodation options. These are payable upon arrival, or the first day of school.

Personal Data

Any information provided to RK may be held on computer and shall be used in accordance with its data protection registration and the national data protection laws applicable.
RK may disclose appropriate personal data, including sensitive personal data of a medical nature, to relevant RK staff and third parties where there is a legitimate need or obligation to do so and where disclosing the information and the manner of disclosing the information complies with national privacy laws. We will not share sensitive information about students with any third party, including parents, legal guardians, caregivers, next of kin, or relevant government agencies without the student’s consent unless there are reasonable grounds to believe the health, safety and/or welfare of the student and/or others is at risk, if any identified special needs are affecting the student’s ability to participate, learn and achieve in an RK programme and/or where the law requires us to do so.

Force Majeure

RK shall not be responsible for any failure to comply with any of its obligations if the failure is occasioned by any cause beyond RK’s reasonable control and despite the exercise of reasonable diligence and without incurring additional costs, cannot be prevented or avoided. Force majeure events shall include but shall not be limited to, act of government, war, threat of war, riot, civil strife, general labour disturbance, such as a boycott, strike, lockout, or ‘go slow’ directives’, terrorist activity, natural or nuclear disaster, unusually adverse weather conditions, closure of an RK, infectious diseases, viruses, plague, epidemic or pandemic health crises (caused by viruses such as Ebola, H1N1, H5N1, Zika, COVID-19, and other communicable diseases), or any action taken by a government or public authority, including prohibition of entry into a country or region of a country, promulgation of quarantine measures, ordering the “lockdown” of the whole or part of a country.

It is acknowledged that the epidemic health crisis in connection with COVID-19 and any related quarantine and actions of a governmental authority shall be considered a force majeure event for the purpose of these RK Terms and Conditions, even though the health crisis has arisen prior to the effective date.


RK and its staff and representatives will not be liable for loss, damage or injury to persons or property howsoever caused, except where liability is expressly imposed by law. RK will not be liable in the event that any service contracted to be supplied by RK becomes impossible to supply for any reason or any cause outside the control of RK.

Health Declaration

At the time of booking, it is recommended that students choose to disclose any mental or physical illness, allergy, disability or condition that may interfere with their ability to successfully complete their programme, that may impact the wellbeing of any other student or staff member, that may require monitoring, treatment or emergency intervention during the student’s period of enrolment, or that may require special accommodation. Students may be required to show COVID 19 vaccination confirmation upon arrival. Students unable or unwilling to confirm vaccination will be required to undergo weekly rapid testing at the student’s cost. Testing kits will be provided at the center and students unwilling to test or those who test positive will not be able to enter classes until a negative test (or mandatory quarantine period for those who test positive) has been completed. RK will not discriminate on the basis of any above-mentioned conditions and will provide reasonable accommodation to meet all students’ needs. Nevertheless, RK reserves the right to terminate a student’s enrolment if the student’s participation represents a risk to their, other students’ or staff members’ health and safety, or if, notwithstanding reasonable accommodations, in the opinion of RK, the student’s physical or mental condition makes the student unable to successfully complete their programme. Refunds will be provided based on refund schedules as per terms and conditions


RK Terms and Conditions are applicable to all students and agents

Terms and Conditions

The current RK Terms and Conditions supersede any previous Terms and Conditions that were applicable at the time of student’s booking.