Intermediate Korean


Develops skills for reading and responding to narrative and descriptive texts, advances conversational fluency, and cultivates socio-linguistic and cultural awareness for interaction involving different social relationships. Popular media as well as folktales are introduced for exposure to authentic language use and for discussion of evolving cultural norms and perspectives. Recommended prerequisite: Korean 102 or equivalent (ability to manage face-to-face service encounters and everyday conversation and to comprehend complex sentences and simple multi-sentence texts). Students with equivalent preparation to the prerequisite course should contact instructor for a permission number.


Prerequisite: Korean 102 or equivalent

Curriculum Codes
  • FL
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring