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Korean

Our Korean language and content courses are among the fastest growing and most popular in the Asian Languages and Literature department.  We offer elementary, intermediate, and advanced Korean, along with a summer intensive course for enthusiastic learners.  We also offer relevant content courses throughout the year focusing on Korean dramas, K-pop, and other topics.  

Please see the UW Course Catalog for course descriptions and Courses for class offerings per quarter.

The textbooks for Korean Language instruction can be acquired through the University Bookstore. These are the current textbooks:

  • First Year Korean (KOREAN 101-102-103 and summer intensive KOREAN 134) Seoul National University, 1A, 1B, and 2A Student Books and 1A, 1B, and 2A Workbooks, (English Version, published by Two Ponds, 2017)
  • Second Year Korean (KOREAN 201-202-203) Seoul National University, 2B, and 3A Student Books and 2B and 3A Workbooks, (English Version, published by Two Ponds, 2017)
  • Third Year Korean (KOREAN 301-302-303) Seoul National University, 3B, and 4A Student Books and 3B, and 4A Workbooks, (English Version, published by Two Ponds, 2017)  

For questions regarding the following issues please contact Prof. Heekyoung Cho.

  • Overseeing of programs curriculum matters.
  • Course scheduling.
  • New or revised course proposals.
  • Program-specific teaching assistant selection inquiries.
  • General program-related inquiries.
  • Teaching assistant selection.
  • General or fourth year language program coordination.
  • Advising of majors or minors
  • UW in the high school program.
  • Graduate certificate in Second or Foreign Language Teaching.
  • Teaching Certificate Endorsements.
  • Teaching assistant selection.
  • Supervision of teaching assistants.
  • Second year program coordination for heritage and non-heritage students.
  • Advising of majors or minors.

For questions regarding the following issues please contact EunYoung Won.

  • Study abroad credit evaluations.
  • Study abroad fair.
  • Program mixer and language table.
  • Teaching assistant selection.
  • Supervision of teaching assistants.
  • First year non-heritage or third year language program coordination.
  • Advising of majors or minors

Please contact the undergraduate advisor for questions about the following:

  • Study abroad credit evaluations.
  • Advising of majors or minors.

Please see the UW Course Catalog for course descriptions and Courses for class offerings per quarter. 

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