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Session 1

Session 1

Program period (2016) : June 22 (Wednesday) ~ July 22 (Friday), 2016 (4 weeks)


Lectures are organized into two different tracks. All students will enjoy lectures and field trips covering Korean Culture and Society, as well as choosing one elective course from subjects including: Business, Social Sciences, International Relations, and Korean Language. All lectures are taught in English.

Required Course Elective Course
Korean Culture and Society
Consists of 5 Special Lectures
· Korea from a Foreigner’s point of View
· Korean Folklore Culture
· Korean Pop Culture
· Korean Economic Development
Business Business Communication
Social Sciences Introduction to Korean Studies
Politics Global power Shift from the perspective of East-Asian
Korean Language Basic Korean Language pdf
Intermediate Korean Language pdf

Cultural Activities

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.

  1. Seoul CityTour

    Students will visit many of popular attractions in Seoul - the Royal Places, Insa-dong, Gwanghwamun square, Cheonggyecheon Stream, etc.

    Visiting Korean Corporations

    Through visits of Korea’s leading businesses and industrial centers, students can understand the economy of Korea.

  2. Field Trip to Gangwon-do

    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.

  3. DMZ (Demilitarized Zone)

    The DMZ is a buffer zone to prevent an armed conflict after the armistice agreement between South Korea and the DPRK. You can experience the reality of the divided two Koreas at the DMZ

  4. Temple Stay

    The Korean Buddhist Jogye and Cheontae Orders offer an opportunity to lodge and witness the temple life of monks and nuns under a temple stay program.

    Korean Folk Village

    is a living museum that recreates the lifestyle of several centuries ago.

  5. K-Pop Dance

    Students will have an opportunity to participate and learn Korean pop style dance moves

  6. Korean Culinary Experience

    Invites students to a Korean traditional culinary experience. Students will have the chance to cook traditional Korean dishes

    Experience Wearing Hanbok (Traditional Korean Costume)

    Hanbok means literally “Korean dress”, the traditional clothing that Koreans have worn through the ages

  7. Taekwondo

    Taekwondo is a traditional Korean martial art. It is an art of self-defense that uses the movement of the hands and feet.

  8. Traditional Korean Music and instruments

    Students will have a chance to experience traditional Korean music, musical instruments, and its ensemble and also try out different Korean traditional musical instrument.

  9. Korean Ceramic Art

    Students will have a change to decorate unvarnished pieces of pottery or even try making their own on the potter’s wheel.

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