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COSB60: Contemporary Korean Society

This course provides students with fundamental knowledge about central issues in contemporary Korean society.

The course focuses on Korea post-Cold War, covering topics such as popular culture, gender, and demographic issues. The course also includes Korean politics, addressing domestic politics in both North and South Korea, as well as inter-Korean relations. Finally, the course explores Korea's growing presence in the regional and international arena.



COSB60 information

Course code: COSB60
Credits: 7.5 hp
Cycle: First cycle
Language of instruction: English
Teaching form: Course, Distance learning
Meetings: 0
Rate of study:  50%
Instructional time: Mixed-time
Entry requirements: General admission requirements as well as previous higher education studies of at least 30 credits. English 6/B.

Study period

2024-10-02 – 2024-12-03