Korean and K Guide - Resources and Review

Series of papers addressing linguistic conventions and structural issues in the Korean language. Text is available in English or Japanese. Also includes examples of Korean fine art.
A non
partisan, non-profit news magazine dedicated to Korean issues. All news summary and editorials are contributed by volunteers.
Official government information from the office of the President of South Korea, available in Korean and English.
Provides an insight into the Korean language, offering information about the Korean alphabet and basic conversational phrases. Includes vocabulary to describe parts of the body, family members, numbers and asking for directions. Also provides details of grammatical style such as word order and sentence types.
Lessons in conversational Korean. Software for reading Korean characters is required, and information about such products is available. Sound files in WAV format are used to illustrate pronunciation.
List of contemporary films made in China, India, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan from 1998 onwards. Includes synopses, interviews, educational material, and essays from Asia's leading film journals, and contains images and video clips from selected films. Available in English, Chinese, and Korean.
Article describing Korean document retrieval techniques and assessing a novel approach for retrieving SGML / HyTime documents from large document databases.
Offers information on the life of Hendrick Hamel, the Dutch sailor who was shipwrecked and held captive in Korea between 1653 and 1666. Features English and Korean translations of Hamel's journal, along with the original Dutch text. Also provides a history of Dutch involvement in the Far East, and an account of Korean language studies arising from Hamel's work.
Collection of Korean language learning resources. Offers lessons in the Korean alphabet and pronunciation, basic sentence patterns, and an insight into how Koreans use their language in everyday life. Available in English, Chinese, and Japanese.
Links to grammar resources, morphology information, dictionaries, and lessons in languages including Akkadian, Arabic, Artificial Languages, Brahui, Cherokee, Chinese, Coptic, Dhimal, English, Gaelic, Hindi, Indonesian, Latin, Portuguese, Russian, Sanskrit, Tagalog, Urdmurt, Vietnamese, Welsh, and Wolof.
Charitable trust supported by central government grants, with the aim of collecting and disseminating information on all aspects of modern languages and the teaching of modern languages. Includes information on the Comenius network, CILT projects and initiatives, and a selection of reference resources. Languages covered include French, German, Spanish, Basque, Bulgarian, Cantonese, English, Finnish, Modern Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Somali, Swedish, Thai, Ukrainian and Welsh.
A guide to learning Hangul, a phonetic alphabet with 10 vowels and 14 constants. Provides information about the alphabet's history, reasons for its creation and offers a selection of useful words such as numbers, directions and dates. Also includes an English
Korean - English dictionary.
Bibliography functioning as a supplement to Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide, as published in 1980. Citations are divided into topics such as archaeology, three kingdoms, ancient Korean
Japanese relations, Choson, Korean communities abroad, religion and philosophy, women, education, arts, and linguistics.
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