Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor has a slight accent when speaking and because of this you may be a little confused from time to time but he is an overall excellent professor. As long as you pay attention in class and do the course assignments you should be set to pass this course. Personally, I preferred to study with other students and go to tutoring even if I understood the overall concept so I could review and learn new approaches to certain concepts and problems.
In this course I was provided with an in depth understanding of physics and its application to everyday life and situations. We covered concepts such as kinematics, momentum, angular momentum and Newton's laws, all crucial concepts for careers such as architecture, construction or engineering. I especially admired Professor Ahn's great passion for teaching and his passion for physics, which was evidenced throughout his endeavors to make the course entertaining, comprehensible and with enough difficulty to lead you to actively study but not too difficult so as to it is nearly impossible to achieve passing the course.
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To succeed you should certainly attend lecture, many times he provides much more in depth information and additional sample problems to help understand concepts. Some study tips that I would give is to do all homework on time and re-do these problems before exams, attend tutoring or review sessions and seek sample problems outside of those provided during lecture, such as the sample problems in the book or sample problems online.