Continuation of KOREA 101. Phonetic system, basic grammar, vocabulary, discourse, reading, and culture.

Course Details

Students must have access to high speed Internet, a microphone, speakers (or a headphone), a webcam (optional), and a printer/scanner/smartphone for scanning/uploading written assignments. Note about browsers: This course performs best in Mozilla Firefox; other browsers may not work quite as well.
Due to the nature of this course’s learning outcomes, the exams are only available in a paper format. Please plan for shipping time.
KOREA 101 (First-Year Korean 1) or equivalent.
Course Outline
Unit 9: Birthdays
Unit 10: At the professor’s office
Unit 11: Living in a dormitory
Unit 12: Family
Unit 13: On the Telephone
Unit 14: At the Airport
Unit 15: Shopping
Unit 16: At a Restaurant
Unit 17: Hobbies
Vital Source (eBook) Amazon* Library
Integrated Korean Workbook, Beginning 2 (2nd Edition) (Required)
by: Carol Schulz
ISBN: 9780824835163
2010 University of Hawaii Press
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Integrated Korean, Beginning 2 (2nd Edition) (Required)
by: Young-mee Cho
ISBN: 9780824835156
2010 University of Hawaii Press
Used from $11.99
New from $21.64
A Korean–English dictionary (Optional)
ISBN: 9780804842662
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