Cultural History of Korea (HIST 590/EALC 563): Home

This course aims to survey the basic contents and key issues of the pre-modern Korean culture, which are believed to underlie the present Korean culture.

Welcome to the Cultural History of Korea Library Resource Guide

History 590/EALC 563

Cultural History of Korea

Dr. Kim, Hak-Ze 

(hubertkim@ku.edu)

Tue, Thu 02:30-03:45 PM

WES 4051

This course is a survey of the basic content and key issues of pre-modern Korean culture, both of which are believed to underlie the present Korean culture. The course will focus on important cultural sources and their historical contexts, for example, Myth, Shamanism, Buddhism, Daoism, and Confucianism in the context of pre-modern Korea. The course will also discuss how those cultural sources and their related historical facts are appreciated and made use of by modern Korean culture and society.

Korean History and Culture Images

National Palace (korea.prkorea.com)

Korean Cuisine, Music, and Geography (koogle.tv)

The Rooftops of Seoul (webjet.com)

Librarian for China & Korea Studies

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