Program period (2016) : July 31 (Sunday) ~ Aug 20 (Saturday), 2016 (3weeks)
Through 15 intensive Korean courses, it is a chance to understand Korean fundamentals and improve the ability to learn Korean. Lectures are organized by blocks of topics covering Korean language, Korean society, Koreanfolk and contemporary culture, Korean Media, etc. Also, an in-depth look at various aspects of Korea can be experienced through five special lectures diverse on Korean society and culture. All lectures are taught inEnglish.Session 2 provides students with courses in Korean language and culture and is a perfect introduction to Korea before students start there semester of study at CAU.
|· Basic Korean Language
· Intermediate Korean Language
· Advanced Korean Language
· Korea from a Foreigner's Point of View
· Korean Folklore Culture
· Korea Pop Culture
· Korean Economic Development
· Intro of Korean Arts
During the program, Students will have chance to experience Korean culture and society first hand related to the lectures they will take. Through the activities, students will have a deeper understanding of Korea and insight into Korean culture and society.
Students will visit many of popular attractions in Seoul - the Royal Places, Insa-dong, Gwanghwamun square, Cheonggyecheon Stream, etc.
BukchonHanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional houses called · hanok· that date back to the Joseon Dynasty
Located in the mid-eastern part of the Korean peninsula, Gangwon-do Province is blessed with beautiful mountains and clean beaches that offer some of the best sceneries and vacation spots throughout the year.
Students will have an opportunity to participate and learn Korean pop style dance moves
NANTA, Korea· s representative nonverbal performance show, is already Widely known throughout the world.
It is the largest museum in Korea, proudly exhibiting not Korean cultural Properties but also works of art from across Asia
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