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The Korean Language Program at University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) offers four levels of Korean from elementary (First Year Korean) to advanced level (Fourth Year Korean). Although there may be slight differences in the main emphasis on specific course objectives among different levels, all courses are designed to develop or improve four language skills- i.e., speaking, listening, reading and writing in students’ performance and competence. In addition, the courses offered in the Korean Language program integrate cultural components into course materials by using authentic texts, audio-visual materials including newspaper articles, dramas, films, documentaries, etc.

Section 2

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News & Announcements

Elementary Korean Offered in Summer 2015

KOR 201 and 202 (Elementary Korean I and II) will be offered during Summer 2015 (June 15 ~ August 8). For more information, contact Jeeyoung A. Ha, director of the Korean language program (j-ahn3@illinois.edu).

Mon, 15 Jun 2015

Korean Conversation Table (KCT)

Korean Conversation Table (KCT) is an informal weekly gathering where students practice their Korean with native speakers in the community. KCT meet every Friday from 5 to 6 pm in the basement of Illini Union (near Einstein Bros Bagels) during Spring semester (January 30 – May 1, except for March 20 and 27). Everyone is welcome! Please join us. For more information, please contact Jeeyoung Ahn Ha, director of the Korean language program (j-ahn3@illinois.edu). **********************************************************

Jeeyoung Ha

Fri, 30 Jan 2015