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Do you love contemporary Korean pop culture such as K-pop and K-drama? Fascinated by Korean history and politics? Stand out in the job market and meet your language requirement with Korean, one of the DLLC's new language offerings!
Korean is spoken by about 80 million people in the world and is a strategic language for business. South Korea boasts the tenth largest economy in the world and fourth largest in Asia. Leverage your language skills into opportunities to work with Korean companies like Samsung, LG and Hyundai (which means “Modern" in Korean). Besides being a world leader in electronics and car manufacturing, the country is also known for its geopolitical significance and presence in Asian and international pop culture.
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You'll also see innovation in the origins of the language itself– Korean has the only alphabet that is also a pronunciation guide! The letters of the modern Korean alphabet correspond to the position your tongue makes to pronounce them correctly, so once you know the alphabet, you will know how to sound out the words right away.
Korean 107 fulfills the CAS language requirement
Korean is not currently a degree program.
Course schedules are available on UD's Course Search.