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See East Asian Languages and Literatures.

1001-2 Beginning Korean I–II (4-4) Pak
  Fundamentals of grammar and pronunciation, with graded speaking, reading, and writing practice. Laboratory fee. (Academic year)
2003-4 Intermediate Korean I–II (4-4) Pak
  Continuation of grammar, with emphasis on speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory fee. (Academic year)
3105-6 Intermediate Korean III–IV (3-3) Pak
  Continuation of reading of texts, writing of short pieces, conversation, and systematic review of grammar, focusing on business Korean. Prerequisite: Kor 2004 to 3105, Kor 3105 to 3106. Laboratory fee. (Academic year)
3111-12 Korean Literature in Translation (3-3) Kim-Renaud
  An introductory survey of Korean literature read in English translation, including fiction, poetry, drama, essays, diaries, testimonials. Kor 3111: the pre-modern period; Kor 3112: the modern period. (Academic year)
3123-24 Introduction to Korean Linguistics (3-3) Pak
  The structure of the Korean language, including such topics as the structure of sounds and words, sentence meaning and structure, the writing system, adaptation of foreign vocabulary, pragmatics, variation, and change. Course conducted in English. (Academic year)
3162 Korean Culture Through Film (3) Finch
  The intersection of gender, class, and nation in contemporary society through the lens of Korean film. English subtitles; lectures and discussion in English. (Fall and spring)
4107-8 Readings in Modern Korean (3-3) Staff
  Readings in selected modern literary works, social science materials, and documentary materials. Prerequisite: Kor 3106 or equivalent. (Academic year)

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