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Korean Language

Study of the Korean language is offered through undergraduate and graduate programs in East Asian studies. Students learn how to read, write and speak Korean and gain valuable information about East Asian cultures. Keep reading to find out more about careers and degree programs in the Korean language.

Inside the Korean Language

The Korean language is spoken by nearly 70 million people and ranked among the world's top 20 languages. The Korean alphabet, known as the Hangeul, dates back to the reign of Great King Sejong in the 15th century. This language is unique, having no close relatives in terms of linguistics and language structure. Check out the Study.com articles linked below for more details about studying Korean language.

Education Information

A straightforward Korean language program may be rare. However, many colleges and universities offer courses within an East Asian concentration that allow students to focus on Korean language studies.

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