HLP Korean

Heritage Korean

Prospective Students

  • Linguistics/Korean for Korean Speakers (LIHL) 115. For students who already comprehend informal spoken Korean but wish to improve their communicative and sociocultural competence and their analytic understanding. Language functions for oral communication, reading, writing, and culture; dialect and language style differences; structure and history of Korean. Some speaking ability in Korean recommended. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or consent of instructor.
  • Linguistics/Advanced Korean for Korean Speakers (LIHL) 135. Instruction stresses language functions required for advanced oral communication, reading, writing, and cultural understanding in professional contexts. High-level vocabulary and texts; dialect differences and formal language styles (registers). Advanced structural analysis and history of Korean. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or consent of instructor.

Enrolled Students

Download the syllabus for your class in PDF format: 115135

Office Hours for Spring 2018

Sadegholvad, Ellie (Academic Coordinator)

Office Hours: 
APM 3250

Kim, Dayoung

Office Hours:  Tuesday 2:00-3:00p, Thursday 5:00-6:00p
APM 2432

Language Program Advising

Note: In-person language program advising services will be reduced through June 30, 2018.

Current undergraduate students: Please contact Linguistics through the Virtual Advising Center.

Prospective students: Please contact the Language Program via e-mail at langinfo@ling.ucsd.edu.

Directed Study