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Korean Studies

Korean studies is an academic discipline, focusing on the study of Korea. Areas commonly included under this rubric include Korean history, Korean literature, Korean art, Korean music, Korean language, Korean sociology, Korean political science, Korean economics, Korean folklore, and Korean ethnomusicology. It may be compared to other area studies disciplines, such as American studies and Canadian Studies. Korean studies is sometimes included within a broader regional area of focus including: "East Asian studies", "Far East Studies", "Oriental Studies", or "Asian studies."

The term first began to be used in the 1940s, but did not attain widespread currency until South Korea rose to economic prominence in the 1970s. In 1991, the South Korean government established the Korea Foundation to promote Korean studies around the world.

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Matching Korean Studies Colleges

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University of Washington-Seattle Campus
Four or more years; Public; $27,230 average out-state tuition; $9,746 average in-state tuition

Korean Studies Scholarships

Name Amount Deadline
Dr. James M. and Nancy Miller Scholarship Varies February 21, 2017
Helen Ramsey Brown Scholarship Varies February 01, 2017
Laura W. Bush Traveling Fellowship Up to $0 September 30, 2016
Virginia and Richard Lawlor Scholarship Varies November 30, 2016
Heifner Family Endowed Scholarship Varies November 30, 2016
David Alexander McCandless Scholarship Varies November 30, 2016