Come learn Korean with your favorite Korean teachers in an exciting environment where you can practice with native Korean speaking peers and venture out to local Korean restaurants and noraebang (singing rooms)!
Beginning Korean I and II - KOR 1011-1012
Intermediate Korean I and II - KOR 3021-3022
Mondays through Fridays, 9:05 am – 12:05 pm (10 credits for 10 weeks)
Who Will Be My Instructor?
During the summer you will be able to study Korean with the same dynamic instructors that you see during the Fall and Spring semesters. Each instructor brings their own unique personality, strengths, and expertise to the classroom to maximize your learning experience. With particular fields of interest ranging from social / (pop)cultural studies of North and South Korea to proficiency-oriented language instruction, you'll get the full range of the Korean language learning experience. Find out more about us here.
Co- and Extra-Curricular Activities
Many students enroll in Korean language courses because of a favorite KPOP artist or Korean drama, others enroll because of a desire to be able to communicate with a Korean person in their life, and still more are drawn in by the irresistible Korean cuisine. During the summer, students can learn Korean with the group GOT7 or with the drama Goblin. Join your classmates on a trip to the Noraebang (노래방) or to one of the nearby Korean restaurants to practice what you're learning in class. You may even take part in the language exchange program and meet Korean students on the UMN campus. The highlight of the summer is our Korean Game Day where students of all levels and anyone interested in Korea can join us for traditional Korean games, food, music and fun in a casual setting where you can also practice speaking Korean and meet new people.
What Are Students Saying?
"This course gave my Korean a strong kick-start. Each week there's a lot of work, but the end result makes it really rewarding."
- Ashlee Forslund (Journalism Major)
"This past summer I was able to take an entire year of Korean in ten short weeks. The summer program was a great way to learn quickly in a fun environment while still working towards my language goals."
- Christina Fajardo (Asian Languages & Literatures Major)
Questions, concerns, and placement test inquiries can be directed to Dr. Hangtae Cho (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bryce Johnson (email@example.com).