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Non-Degree Programs

Enjoy a two-week long vacation improving your Korean language skill through Our classes and establishing relationships with university students in Korea. This program will give you an opportunity to expand your worldview and to understand Korean culture.

Introduction

During the two week of vacation, students will be able to improve their Korean language through education and interaction with Korean students.
This program will allow you to experience many aspects of Korean culture through various activities. It will help you broaden your understanding of Korea by following the footsteps of K-pop.

1 Session
  • Jan 15

    Application and Tuition payment deadline

  • Fed 7

    Arrival

  • Feb 8

    Class start

  • Fed 19

    Class end

  • Fed 19

    Depature

2 Session
  • May 14

    Application and Tuition payment deadline

  • Jun 6

    Arrival

  • Jun 7

    Class start

  • Jun 18

    Class end

  • Jun 18

    Depature

Program can be reschedule to the date you want when you recruit the minimum of people. (minimum 30 people)

The date may change depending on the university schedule or circumstances.

Schedule

Program 1

SUN MON TUE WED THR FRI SAT
1 week AM Arirval Free time Orientation 09:00 - 10:00 Korean class 10:00 - 12:00 Free time
Campus Tour
PM Namsan Tower Myeongdong SM TOWN COEX K-POP DANCE Broadcasting Station(Running man) Hongdae
2 week AM Free time Korean class 10:00 - 12:00 Everland Free time
PM Gyeongbok Palace K-Food Experience Broadcasting Station (MBC World) Free time

The afternoon program may change to another program depending on the situation.

Program 2

SUN MON TUE WED THR FRI SAT
1 week AM Arrival Free time Oriencation 09:00 - 10:00 Korean class 10:00 - 12:00 Free time
Campus Tour
PM Free time
2 week AM Free time Korean class 10:00 - 12:00 Free time Free time
PM Free time

Special activities

SM TOWN

This is a special cultural space owned by SM Entertainment that has various facilities such as a cafe themed after many artists signed to SM, and a merchandise store. It also has a museum where the visitors can see the discography, costumes, and accessories of many SM artists.

K-POP Dance

A special opportunity to learn K-POP dance in a short time

Gyeongbokgung Palace

One of the palaces in Korea and experience hanbok, a Korean traditional clothing.

Everland

One of the biggest amusement park in Korea.

Field trip to a broadcasting station

Students can go directly to the scene where the dramas are produced, and can directly see and feel the production room of the actors; waiting rooms, props and dramas. Will visit a famous broadcasting company experience center in korea and feel Korean drama, entertainment, news through various props.

Dorimitory

Salem Hall

Cafeteria

Lacto-ovo(Semi-Vegetarian) - Sahmyook University, based on life-respecting ideas, all the menu in the dormitory restaurant is vegitarian.

Lecture Halls

Daniel Building

Tutition fees

program 1

Application fee 50,000KRW Non-refundable
Tuition fee 1,450,000KRW Dormitory, Meals, Airport Pick up, Cultural Experience, Korean course included
Total 1,500,000KRW

program 2

Application fee 50,000KRW Non-refundable
Tuition fee 750,000KRW Dormitory, Meals, Airport Pick up, Korean course included
Total 800,000KRW
Applications open in May 3
Contact Us
korean cultural program Office
  • +82-2-3399-3611
  • aiiasjason@syu.ac.kr
Department Office
  • +82-2-3399-1593
  • nursing@syu.ac.kr