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Curatorial Study of Korean Language and Literature

  • Planning of exhibitions related to Korean language and literature, bibliography, literature and art-centered study of literary museums
  • Jointly-operated by the Graduate School and related organizations: “3+1 Plan” or earning the joint certificate from related organizations after completing the required credit hours



Cooperation Bodies

Research·Cultural Organizations such as Korean Publishers Association, The Museum of Korean Modern Literature, or Seoul Metropolitan Library



Courses include:

  • [Classical Literature] Transformation and popularization of classics, print culture of classical texts
  • [Linguistics] Public language and communication, sign language and Braille
  • [Modern Literature] Local culture and arts policy, cultural history of Korean print media