Structure of Korean

Prerequisites: EAST-UA 259

Prerequisite: EAST-UA 259, EAST-UA 261, or Placement Exam Please contact instructor Dongmin Kim ( for a permission code.

The class is designed for students who would like to enhance the understanding the linguistic features of Korean. The Structure of Korean introduces various aspects of the Korean language, focusing on its uniqueness in light of general linguistics. The course begins with a brief introduction to the language structure in general and proceeds to more extensive overviews of the Korean language such as genetic affiliation, historical development, lexicon, writing system, sound patterns, word structure, and sentence structure. The primary objective of the course is to gain a general understanding of the Korean language and to be able to analyze some of the linguistic phenomena that are unique to the Korean language.






Spring 2022

Dongmin Kim
TR: 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM 60FA 161