Intermediate Korean II

Korea University

Course Description

  • Course Name

    Intermediate Korean II

  • Host University

    Korea University

  • Location

    Seoul, South Korea

  • Area of Study

    Korean

  • Language Level

    High Intermediate

  • Course Level Recommendations

    Upper

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    Hours & Credits

  • Credits

    3
  • Recommended U.S. Semester Credits
    3
  • Recommended U.S. Quarter Units
    4
  • Overview

    Course Description: 

    This course is intended for students who have BASIC knowledge of the Korean language. It aims to give students an understanding of the Korean language. Students will learn the necessary themes and useful functions in the daily lives.

    Textbooks (both are required): 

    Fun! Fun! Korean Vol. 2 Textbook  재미있는 한국어 2

    Fun! Fun! Korean Vol. 2 Workbook 재미있는 한국어 워크북 2

    Author:     Korean Language and Culture Center, Korea University

    Publisher:  Kyobo (January 30, 2008)

    The ISC office do not sell the textbooks and it is your responsibility to obtain both copies of the books before the first day of class.

    Course Schedule:

    This schedule is tentative and is subject to change. Any changes will be announced in class.

    Week

    Date

    Key Structures & Grammar

    Topic

    Function

    Vocabulary

    Culture

    1

    28/06

    29/06

    30/06

    Placement Test

    Writing – 한국 생활 경험

    Grammar – Ending, Tense

    Self-introduction

     

     

    ►Majors

    ►Jobs

     

     

    2

    04/07

    05/07

    06/07

    07/07

    Activity of Chap. 1,  Majors

    –네요, 호칭

    -고 있다, --/ 있다

    -이/가 아니라, -이/가 되다

    Chap. 1 Self-introduction

    ►Introducing yourself in formal and informal settings

     

     

    ►How to call a Korean by name

    3

    11/07

    12/07

    13/07

    14/07

    Hobbies Expressions, -(으)ㄹ 수 있다

    -(으)ㄹ 때, Frequency Expressions

    Numbers Expressions, -(이)나/거나

    -기 때문에 Activity of Chap. 2

    Chap. 2 Hobby

     

    ►Talking about hobbies

    ►Introducing your hobbies

    ►Hobbies

    ►Frequency

    ►Numbers

    ►Internet community

     

    4

    18/07

    19/07

    20/07

    21/07

    (-처럼), Expressions related to

    putting on & taking off,

    Past tense modifier(-은)

    Activity of Chap. 7

    Chap. 7 Appearance and clothes

    ►Describing appearance  and clothes

    ►Describing what one wears

    ► Appearance

    ►Expressions related to

    putting on & taking off

    ►Koreans who attach importance to appearance

    5

    25/07

    26/07

    27/07

    28/07

    Movement/Traffic signals Expressions

    (-아/어서), (-으면)

    (-지만), Appearance Expressions

    Activity of Chap. 5

    Chap. 5 Directions

     

    ►Asking for directions

    ►Explaining how to get to the place

    ►Movement

    ►Traffic signals

    ►Talking to a stranger

     

    6

    01/08

    02/08

    03/08

    04/08

    -는데, Transportation Expressions

    Final Exam

    Final Exam

    Review

    Chap. 8 Transportation

     

    ►Asking transportation

    ►Explaining transportation

     

    ►Expressions related to

    transportation

     

    The seats for senior citizens and the disabled

Course Disclaimer

Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.