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KORE 003 TOPIC COURSE 〔3〕
This course will provide lectures on a new approach or perspective to a specific important topic in Korean Language and Literature.
KORE 201 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN LITERATURE 〔3〕
This course provides balanced understanding of outlines and characteristics of Korean literature.
KORE 208 KOREAN INFORMATION PROCESSING 〔3〕
This course is for those who major in Korean Language and Literature and the liberal arts to understand the principles and content of processing Korean in the age of the computer and the Internet.
KORE 209 MODERN KOREAN POETICS 〔3〕
Outlines a way to analyze works through understanding the general outline of the modern poem and its structural principles.
KORE 210 KOREAN MODERN CRITICISM 〔3〕
Analysis using examples from linguistics, economics and psychology.
KORE 211 KOREAN MODERN DRAMA 〔3〕
Analysis of works by understanding the basic theory of the script and the general outline of modern drama.
KORE 212 FORMATION OF KOREAN MODERN LITERATURE 〔3〕
This class will examine the historical facts and ideological progress of formation period of modern Korean literature. We will also explore trends of modern Korean literature.
KORE 213 HISTORY OF MODERN KOREAN LITERATURE 〔3〕
Covers the historical background of modern literature through historical description of the works.
KORE 215 HISTORY OF CLASSICAL KOREAN LITERATURE 〔3〕
Covers the historical background of modern literature through historical description of the works.
KORE 216 READING IN KOREAN LITERATURE IN CHINESE 〔3〕
Covers Korean Chinese literature, including poetry, novels, and essays.
KORE 217 KOREAN ORAL LITERATURE 〔3〕 First semester
Examination of the whole of oral traditional literature through legends, myths, folklore, folk songs, pansori, proverbs, riddles and so on.
KORE 218 KOREAN MEDIEVAL POETRY 〔3〕
Covers the form and history of Korean classical poetry through Sijo and Gasa of the Joseon.
KORE 219 KOREAN CLASSICAL NOVELS 〔3〕
Examination of form, construction, themes, writers and history of ancient novels.
KORE 223 MODERN KOREAN FICTION 〔3〕
Analysis of the general outline of the modern novel and the principles which form its structure.
KORE 224 TRADITIONAL PERFORMING ARTS 〔3〕
We will examine outlines and principles of traditional Korean plays and analyze several plays in depth according to the principles and methodology of theatrics.
KORE 227 TEACHING KOREAN IN SCHOOL 〔3〕
We will analytically examine the current contents and methodologies of Korean language education and develop a theory and methodology for Korean language education.
KORE 228 RESEARCH OF TEACHING MATERIALS AND METHODS 〔2〕
We will analyze theories of middle school level Korean language text books, explore production of appropriate text books, and explore teaching methods that can be used in actually middle school classes.
KORE 229 LOGICS AND DISCOURSE FOR TEACHING KOREAN 〔3〕
This class will help students determine correct modes of thinking and develop ways to express their opinions by writing papers based on logical thinking processes.
KORE 230 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN LINGUISTICS 〔3〕
Students will learn the structures of modern Korean with a focus on linguistic theory and systems. Basic terms and methodologies will also be taught.
KORE 231 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN PHONOLOGY [3]
Students will learn the schematics of Korean phonology and gain a general understanding of research areas and methodologies of Korean phonetics.
KORE 232 HISTORY OF KOREAN LINGUISTICS 〔3〕
We will learn about research from the past and new research areas for the future by diachronically examining research results of Korean linguistics.
KORE 233 HISTORY OF KOREAN LANGUAGE 〔3〕
By examining the restoration of old Korean and Korean materials, students will gain a general understanding of the diachronic process of change from old Korean to middle Korean to modern Korean.
KORE 234 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN SYNTAX 〔3〕
Students will gain an understanding of Korean syntax and structure through linguistic analytic methods.
KORE 235 KOREAN EXPRESSIONS [3]
This class will provide theories necessary for the acquisition of professional Korean expressions (writing/speaking) and train students in the actual using of expressions.
KORE 236 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN SEMANTICS 〔3〕
This class will help students learn the meaning of modern Korean vocabulary and sentence structure and understand analytic methods.
KORE 237 READINGS IN MODERN KOREAN NOVELS 〔3〕
Students will carefully read modern Korean novels and improve their analytic skills.
KORE 305 CREATIVE FICTION WRITING 〔3〕
Develops creativity, inspiration and motivation in facilitating students to write their own novels.
KORE 306 POETRY WRITING WORKSHOP 〔3〕
Develops creativity, inspiration and motivation in facilitating students to write their own poems.
KORE 307 STUDY OF MODERN DRAMATIST 〔3〕
This course aims to give an introduction to analytic listening and speech sounds identification(ear training), symbolic transcription using IPA, and production and perception of speech sounds. Students learn about a variety of sounds found in the world languages and practice to pronounce them. This course helps students to improve their pronunciation of foreign languages.
KORE 309 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN LITERATURE IN CHINESE 〔3〕
A thorough understanding of writers, works, and trends in Korean literature in Chinese from a historical perspective.
KORE 311 READING CLASSICAL KOREAN POETRY [3]
By reading important classical Korean poems, students will gain a deep understanding of topical patterns, aesthetic properties, format, and characteristics of different genres.
KORE 312 READING CLASSICAL KOREA PROSE 〔3〕
An appreciation of the prose genre of classical literature.
KORE 313 BACKGROUND FOR CLASSICAL LITERATURE 〔3〕
Students will gain a deep understanding of Korean classical literature through examining the history of ideologies and society reflected in Korean classical literature.
KORE 314 READINGS IN CLASSICAL LITERARY CRITICISM 〔3〕
Understanding the roots of Korean literary criticism through reading critical records written before the 19th century.
KORE 317 KOREAN LANGUAGE EDUCATION AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE 〔3〕
We will look at Korean from the perspective of a non-native speaker and examine its usage to discover similarities and differences from other languages. This will help students study the basic concepts, principles, and methods of Korean language education as a foreign language.
KORE 318 BASIC MATERIALS IN MOERN KOREAN LITERATURE 〔3〕
This class will help students improve their analytic skills of literary works by carefully reading Korean modern literary works.
KORE 319 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN DIALECTS 〔3〕
We will examine principles and concepts of dialects and use these to help understand the characteristics of Korean regional dialects. We will also look at social dialects, linguistic diaspora, and so called standard language.
KORE 320 KOREAN LINGUISTICS IN NORTH KOREA 〔3〕
We will strive to understand language norms of North Korea (vocabulary, writing) and search for paths to unification through language normalization (vocabulary and writing). We will also examine current trends of Korean language research dealing with North Korea.
KORE 321 READINGS IN KOREAN LINGUISTICS 〔3〕
Students will gain an understanding of and find academic meaning for research results on various topics by choosing and examining important Korean language research results.
KORE 406 PLAY WRITING PRACTICE 〔3〕
The main purpose of this lecture is twofold. First, let student understand the process of play writing. Second, let student taste the practical aspects and elements of drama through actual play writing and arrangement.
KORE 407 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN MODERN AUTHORS 〔3〕
The literary genealogy and characteristics of modern Korean authors are  addressed.
KORE 408 STUDY ON MODERN POETS 〔3〕
This course focuses on the life and work of major Korean modern poets.
KORE 409 HISTORY OF KOREAN LITERARY THOUGHTS 〔3〕
An indepth understanding of the history of Korean literature philosophy through understanding the relationship between literature and philosophy.
KORE 410 READINGS IN KOREAN CLASSICAL NOVELS 〔3〕
Covers the structure and historical placement of literary works through reading representative classical literature.
KORE 411 INTRODUCIONT TO HYANGGA AND GORYO KAYO 〔3〕
Understanding the form and characteristics of ancient poems from the Silla and Goryeo eras.
KORE 412 SELECTED READINGS IN KOREAN POETRY IN CHINESE 〔3〕
Reading and appreciating Korean poetry in classical chinese.
KORE 413 READING IN KOREAN PROSE IN CHINESE [3]
Reading and appreciating Korean literature in Chinese, except Korean poems.
KORE 415 STUDIES IN KOREAN CLASSICAL WRITERS 〔3〕
A discussion on authors of classical literature from Choi Chi-Won to Park Ji-Won.
KORE 418 READINGS IN MATERIALS IN DIACHRONIC KOREAN LINGUISTICS 〔3〕
Through reading important literature on the history of Korean language, students will gain a knowledge of Korean language and writing method from the time of the creation of Hunminjeongeum and an understanding of the later changes.
KORE 420 PHONOLOGY OF KOREAN LANGUAGE 〔3〕
We will study the production of voice, conveyance, and the process of understanding and use this knowledge to discover the characteristics of articulation and acoustics of Korean language through scientific methodologies.
KORE 425 KOREAN MORPHOLOGY 〔3〕
We will examine the use of vocabulary, the base of Korean grammar. We will use this knowledge to discover the organization and meaning of words by studying the organization of words and the process and method of making words.
KORE 426 KOREAN LANGUAGE POLICY 〔3〕
We will examine the totality of Korean language policy and look for ways to improve those policies in order to lead to correct usage of Korean by native speakers and the dissemination of Korean as a second language.
KORE 427 APPLIED KOREAN LINGUISTICS [3]
We will research theories and review and analyze real problems dealing with the usage and application of Korean language which are hard to deal with through purely Korean language research methods.