In order to actively respond to the growing exchanges with China in today's society, our mission is to foster global talents in our students who possess a deep understanding of Chinese language and culture. Language courses are provided in different stages for reading, conversation and writing to equip students with the language skills needed to start working in all areas of society immediately upon graduation. As part of the foreign language division, the program places emphasis on language education, but classes on Chinese culture, politics, economy, society are also offered to create a well-rounded academic program.


Thanks to the expansion in exchanges with China, various careers are open to our graduates including working at trading companies, airlines, schools and educational institutes. Some students choose to broaden their potential by enrolling in graduate schools in Korea such as the Graduate School for Simultaneous Interpretation while others opt for other overseas universities.

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Bae Eunhan | Department of Chinese

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Prof. Bae Eun-han earned his master's from the National Political University of Taiwan (thesis: A study on Jiang Yougao's Guyinxue) and his doctoral degree from Beijing University (dissertation: A study on Variant Pronunciation Words in the Rhyming Dictionary of the Ming Dynasty). His research interests focus on modern pronunciation and transliteration (pinyin).


Formation of Modern Standard Chinese
The change process of Chinese pronunciation

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