Korean

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

Pleae 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. 

Faculty in This Area

Assistant Professor, Korean Program Coordinator

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Publications, Essays

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Lecturer in Korean
Assistant Professor, Korean Program Coordinator
Teaching Assistant in Korean
Lecturer
Graduate Student in Chinese Language and Literature; Teaching Assistant in Korean Language
J. Lee
Teaching Assistant in Korean
Lecturer

Events

2016

Title Date Time Location
Experience Korea May 13 5:30pm to 7:30pm Mary Gates Hall Commons

2015

Title Date Time Location
Korean and Vietnam in the 20th Century Nov 6 to Nov 7 Thomson Hall 317

2014

Title Date Time Location
How in Heaven’s Name: A Novel of World War Two by Cho Chŏngnae
Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton
Sep 28 3:00pm Montlake Library
Understanding Korea Workshop Sep 27 9:00am to 3:30pm Husky Union Building (HUB) Lyceum
North Korea and South Korea: What's Ahead?
World Affairs Council, Seattle
May 22 6:00pm to 7:30pm Antioch University (Seattle Campus)
Visualizing and Invisibilizing the Subempire: Labor, Humanitarianism and Popular Culture Across South Korea, Southeast and South Asia
Jin-kyung Lee, UCSD
May 19 3:30am Thomson Hall 317
Spring 2014 K-12 Teachers' Conference in Korean Studies May 17 9:00am to 3:30pm Thomson Hall 101
After Assimilating Seoul: Ch’anggyong Garden and the Post-Colonial Remaking of Seoul’s Public Spaces
Todd A. Henry, University of California, San Diego
May 16 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Andrew L. Markus Memorial Lecture - Transplanting Buddhism on the Korean Peninsula
Robert E. Buswell, University of California, Los Angeles
May 13 7:30pm Walker-Ames Room (Kane 225)
Sing Modern Chosǒn: Korean Jazz Song in the 1930s
Eujeong Zhang, Dankook University
May 6 3:30pm Allen Auditorium, Allen Library
Censors in Modern Korea and Their Colonial Making
Kyeong-Hee Choi, University of Chicago
Apr 17 3:30pm Thomson Hall 317
Empire as a Moral Problem: Religious Cosmopolitanism and Colonial Modernity in Northeast Asia
E. Taylor Atkins, Northern Illinois University
Apr 3 3:30pm to 5:00pm Thomson Hall 317
Society for Textual Scholarship - International Interdisciplinary Conference Mar 20 to Mar 22 University of Washington Campus
Modern Times in North Korea: Scenes from the Founding Years
Suzy Kim, Rutgers University
Mar 14 3:30pm to 5:00pm Mary Gates Hall 242
Reiterations of the Real in Colonial Korean Literature
Christopher P. Hanscom, University of California, Los Angeles
Mar 4 3:30pm Thomson Hall 317
A Good Wife and the Making of History: Re-reading Madam Cho's Diary in 17th Century Korea
Jungwon Kim, Columbia University
Feb 26 3:30pm to 5:00pm Thomson Hall 317
Artist Talk at the Burke
Chunghie Lee
Feb 9 1:00pm Burke Museum

2013

Title Date Time Location
Asian TA Application Workshop Dec 6 3:30pm Savery 264
KOREAN MOVIE NIGHT - Speedy Scandal Nov 8 3:30pm Gowen 201
Understanding Korea Workshop Sep 28 9:30am Smith Hall 205

2012

Title Date Time Location
Workshop for Applying for TA Positions in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Language Programs Nov 16 1:30pm to 2:50pm Denny Hall 304
"Evolution of US-South Korea Relations"
Drs. Gheewhan Kim & Abraham Kim
Oct 23 4:00pm to 5:30pm Mary Gates Hall 074
"Academically Talented Women in South Korea: Career Experiences and the Career Decision-Making Process"
Dr. Jinhee Son
Oct 17 3:30pm to 5:00pm 317 Thomson Hall, Seattle, WA

2010

Title Date Time Location
"Historical Phonological Strata of the Chinese Tong, Yui, and Liu Rhyme Groups as reflected in Sino-Korean"
Hyokjun Kwon, Korea University
Nov 19 3:30pm to 5:00pm Savery 130
"Constructing Proletarian Literature: Adapting Turgenev for 1920s Korea"
Heekyoung Cho, Yale University
Feb 5 3:30pm

2008

Title Date Time
"Collecting Su Shi: Material Culture and Literati Self-Fashioning in Early Nineteenth Century Korea"
Jiwon Shin, University of California at Berkeley
Feb 11

2007

Title Date Time Location
"Ancient Texts and Prehistoric Verbal Structures: The Case for Japonic and Korean"
Dr. Kerri Russell, University of Hawaii
Jan 31 3:30pm to 5:00pm Suzzallo Library, Allen Library Auditorium
"The Path to Kana(da): An Overview of the Earliest Written Evidence for Korean and Japanese"
Dr. Marc Miyake
Jan 23 3:30pm to 5:00pm Communications 226

2006

Title Date Time Location
"Linguistic Rhythm in Japanese and Korean"
Emily Curtis, University of British Columbia
Dec 5 3:30pm to 5:00pm Communications 226
"Intimate Objects: Material Culture and the Space of Literature in Late Choson Korea"
Jiwon Shin, University of California, Berkeley
Feb 24 3:30pm Thomson 134

2004

Title Date Time Location
"What's 'Lovely' About It? (Korean) Poetry's Appeal and Survival (even in English)"
Professor David McCann, Harvard University
May 12 8:00pm Walker-Ames Room (Kane 225)

1999

Title Date Time Location
"Hong Taeyong and the Korean Rediscovery of China in the Eighteenth Century"
Professor Gari Ledyard, Columbia University
May 3 7:00pm Seafirst Executive Education Building, Boeing Auditorium