Korean Culture Class

Course Code: KCC101
Start Date: 2024/5/31 End Date: 2024/8/2 Day: Fri Time: 19:30-21:20 Hours: 20 Sessions: 10 Semester: Summer Instructional Language: English / Japanese Location: Online English Proficiency Level: Any Level

Registration Open

Course Description

This is an advanced beginner course for people who can read Hangul. This course is recommended for those who like to and/or are planning to visit Korea. Students are free to use either English or Japanese during the class, and the instructor may use both languages during the course. This course aims to practice basic survival Korean expressions while traveling in Korea. In addition, this course also aims to introduce various cultural aspects of Korea through free discussion.

Learning Objectives

1. Practicing Korean expressions for traveling

2. Understanding Korean culture within various aspects

3. Finding new information & experience of traveling to Korea

Who should take this course

Those who would like to and/or are planning to visit Korea.

Those who are interested in Korean culture.


No required textbook


Seungkeun Lee

Instructor Biography

Seungkeun spent several years as a language instructor in public schools in Korea, and served as an English-Korean interpreter during his military service. Living, working and traveling in a variety of international contexts has also helped him to better understand the needs of language learners. He received a Bachelor's of Education from Seoul National University of Education, and completed the M.S.Ed. in TESOL program at TUJ. He works as an English/Korean language facilitator at TeLaCo (Teikyo Language Commons) of Teikyo University now.