Korean Language Courses

The Department of German, Russian and Asian Languages and Literature offers instruction in Korean language learning.

Visit the Schedule of Classes on the Registrar's website for the most current course listings.

Korean Language Events

Mixed Korean: Our Stories

Saturday, November 2
2 p.m.
Skyline Commons

Sponsored by Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies.

Please join Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies, Boston Korean Adoptees, and 325 KAMRA for a special reading of Mixed Korean: Our Stories on Saturday, November 2nd, 2 p.m., at Skyline Commons.

Authors will read from their incredible stories that capture the essence of what it is to be a mixed Korean. With common themes of exclusion, and recollections of not looking Korean enough, black enough, white enough, or "other" enough, this powerful collection will resonate with anyone who has ever stood on the outside of a group, longing for inclusion.

Special guest and award-winning filmmaker Deann Borshay Liem will also preview her upcoming film Relative Strangers. Her latest work follows adult children of U.S. servicemen and South Korean women, mixed race adoptees, as they seek out their birth parents in Korea and the U.S. sparking unexpected discoveries about family, race, culture, and themselves.

2019 Mega Language Lunch

Tuesday, Nov. 19
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Sherman Function Hall

Korean Table

Come by Shiffman 121 Mondays at 8pm for Korean conversation and snacks!

Faculty

Eun-Jo Lee
Eun-Jo Lee
Lecturer in Korean
781-736-3358 Golding 10

Fall 2019 Courses Taught in Korean

KOR 10A: Beginning Korean

Intended for students with little or no previous knowledge of Korean. This course offers intensive training in basic Korean grammar, speaking, listening, reading and writing. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to communicate about everyday situations in simple Korean.

KOR 30A: Intermediate Korean

Designed to further develop communicative language skills attained in the beginning level courses with intermediate-level reading and writing exercises involving more complicated grammar and vocabulary. Prerequisite: A grade of C- or higher in KOR 20b or the equivalent. Four class hours per week.