Korean Language Proficiency Test

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Korean Language Proficiency Test
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization segye hangugmal injeung siheom
McCune–Reischauer segye hangugmal injŭng sihŏm

The Korean Language Proficiency Test, (Hangul: 세계한국말인증시험) or KLPT, tests people who are not native speakers of Korean on their grasp of the language. The goal is to determine whether the test-taker is proficient enough to live in Korea, work as an employee at a Korean company, etc. The Basic-KLPT, or B-KLPT, is also offered; this version of the test simply "assesses whether or not examinees have basic communication ability."[1]

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