Study Plan essay
As a resident of Patna, I don't usually speak English with other people, apart from some occasions where I talk with my foreign friends. However, I have been learning the English language for more than 5 years because, after my matriculation study, my whole studies are in the English language and now I know English well. Even my parents and my teachers always say that learning English will open many opportunities for me like currently, I am eligible to apply for GKS-G because of English.
As for the Korean language, I'm more attracted to Korean culture by watching Korean historical films, such as the story of Hashima Island during the end of World War II, the Battle of Myeongnyang, and more. I started learning Korean culture and language (basics) when I came to know about GKS-G and it would be my pride to learn Korean because learning Korean culture is my childhood dream. As far as I believe, I won't have much trouble learning the Korean language because of my dedication and the sentence structure (similar to my native language Hindi).
After coming to Korea, my first priority is to learn the Korean language, as well as the Korean culture and I would also like to involve in Korean festivals and also learn to make Korean foods. I am convinced that with discipline and dedication, I will achieve a TOPIK 5 in the shortest possible time.
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It is important that you do not make any claims of language usage perfection in the presentation. After all, this is called a Study Plan and not Language Perfection. So revise your essay to focus on how you plan to continue perfecting your already intermediate English skills. The reviewer wants to know about language study plans, not your analysis of your English language abilities.
You have not explained how you are learning Hangul at this point. Your reference to watching Korean films, but not really moving to study the language until you decided to apply for this scholarship will result in your creating a negative image of yourself with the Korean reviewers. You are coming across as not really being interested in serious language studies, regardless of which language you are presented with or required to learn.