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The Survey of Korean Language Teaching in Thailand By Asst.Prof.Tassanee Thantawanit Mrs.Chanchala Sivamard Korean Studies Center (KSC), Burapha University.

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2 The Survey of Korean Language Teaching in Thailand By Asst.Prof.Tassanee Thantawanit Mrs.Chanchala Sivamard Korean Studies Center (KSC), Burapha University

3 Table 1 Faculty Staff Number of staff Number of staff University UniversityThaiKorea 1. Burapha U. 1. Burapha U Chulalongkorn U. 2. Chulalongkorn U Khonkaen U. 3. Khonkaen U Mahasarakham U. 4. Mahasarakham U Naresuan U. 5. Naresuan U Prince of Songkla U. 6. Prince of Songkla U Ramkhamheang U. 7. Ramkhamheang U Silpakorn U. 8. Silpakorn U Srinakarinwirot U. 9. Srinakarinwirot U.12 Total Total1624

4 Table 1 Faculty Staff  There are 13 Thai lecturers and 13 Korean lecturers in 9 universities Teaching Korean language courses.  Most of them hold master degrees in Korean Language.  One Ph.D. Korean instructor at SU.  Two Ph.D. candidates from BUU studying in Korea.  One Ph.D. candidates from PSU studying in Korea.  Some are B.A. instructor volunteers from KOICA.

5 Table 2 Number of Staff Teaching in Various Areas  Most of the staff teach language skills and grammar.  Most curricula concentrate in language skills and grammar. Area Number of staff Korean Language Skills (14) Literature (3) Grammar (12) Korean Studies Politics (1) Economics (1) Sociology (1) Others Language English (1)

6 Table 3 Research Areas of Interests Research areas of interests were given only from BUU as shown in the table. University Areas of Interests Burapha U. 1. Teaching through computers and mass communication materials. communication materials. 2. Collecting database for writing dictionaries and cross - cultural text cross - cultural text 3. Korean Language Teaching

7 Table 4 Years of Experience  Teaching experience for most of instructors is approximately 5-6 years. 5-6 years.  However, there are some who have had 9-10 years of teaching experience. Period Numbe r of staff 1-2 years years years years years 3

8 Table 5 Publications Relateing Korean language and Korean Studies Publication PublicationUniversityTitle Ye ar Type of Publi shing Langu age 1. BUU. 1. Beginning Korean 2. Intermediate Korean 3. Socio-Linguistic research on term of respect in Keumson term of respect in Keumson 4. A comparative study of Thai and Korea proverbs in Thai and Korea proverbs in social context social context BookBook Articl e ThaiThai Korea n Englis h 2. PSU. 1. Korean I 2. Korean II 3. Korean-Thai / Thai-Korean dictionary dictionary BookBookBookThaiThaiThai

9 Almost all publications are the texts for beginning and intermediate Korean learners. In addition, Korean-Thai and Thai-Korean dictionaries are mostly in mini-size version (approximate 8,000 words). Almost all publications are the texts for beginning and intermediate Korean learners. In addition, Korean-Thai and Thai-Korean dictionaries are mostly in mini-size version (approximate 8,000 words). Table 5 Publications Relating Korean language and Korean studies

10 Table 6 Institutions that facilitate Korean Language Teaching and Korean Studies Status StatusUniversitySectionDepartmentFaculty 1. Burapha U. Korean Language Oriental Languages Humanities and Social Sciences 2. Chulalongkorn U. - Eastern Languages Faculty of Arts 3. Khonkaen U. - Foreign Languages Humanities and Social Sciences 4. Mahasarakham U. - Thai and Oriental Languages Humanities and Social Sciences 5. Naresuan U. Korean Language Eastern Languages Humanities 6. Prince of Songkla U. - Eastern Languages Humanities and Social Sciences 7. Ramkhamhean g U. - Thai and Oriental Languages Humanities 8. Silpakorn U. - Modern Eastern Languages Faculty of Arts 9. Srinakarinwirot U. - Thai and Oriental Languages Humanities

11 Table 6 Academic Status Korean language field in every university is under the Oriental Department in Faculty of Humanities or Faculty of Arts. Korean language field in every university is under the Oriental Department in Faculty of Humanities or Faculty of Arts.

12 Table 7 Progress in Korean Language Teaching * Ramkhamhaeng University provides only Korean related subjects Year Starte d University Current Status Electiv e MinorMajor Prince of Songkla U. (1986)(1997)(1999) Chulalongkorn U. (1991)(1996) Burapha U. (1995)(1999)(2000) Ramkhamhae ng U.* (1995) Mhasarakham U. (1997) Naresuan U. (1998) Srinakharinwir ot U. (1999)(2001) Silpakorn U. (2000)(2002)(2003) Thammasart U. (2002)

13 NU MSU KKU SU BUU PSU CU, RU,SWU,TU

14 Table 7 Progress in Korean Language Teaching  Korean language teaching was delivered for the first time in 1986 at Prince of Songkla University (Pattani) as electives at Prince of Songkla University (Pattani) as electives.  At present, there are 9 institutes providing Korean language courses.  Three universities offer courses as majors, minors, and electives.  Five universities offer courses as minors and electives.  Nine universities offer as electives only.

15 Table 8 Curriculum Courses Major(Credits)Minor(Credits)Elective(Credits) 1. Burapha U Chulalongkorn U Khonkaen U Mahasarakham U Naresuan U Prince of Songkla U Ramkhamheang U Silpakorn U Srinakarinwirot U Total Total

16 Table 8 Curriculum Courses  Major in Korean language, the curriculum provides 58 and 78 credits. 58 and 78 credits.  Minor in Korean language, the curriculum provides 18 and 24 credits. 18 and 24 credits.  Electives in Korean language, the curriculum provides 6-12 credits credits.  Most of courses concern Language skills, grammar, and Korean language for special purposes. Korean language for special purposes.  There are not many courses concerning literature, Korean Studies and culture. Korean Studies and culture.

17 Table 9 Future Plan University Future Plan 1. Burapha U. 1. B.Ed. (Korea Language) 2. M.A. (Korea Studies) 2. Chulalongk orn U. At present, Institutes that offer Korean Language programs need more staffs due to the increase of students every years. But it is difficult. So, in the future, if there are enough staff, Korean language will change to the Major or Minor subjects. 3. Silpakorn U. 1. Increase Lecturers 2. Increase Students

18 Table 9 Future Plan  BUU plans to offer B. Ed. in Korean Language Teaching and M.A. in Korean Studies.  CU plans to offer a major in Korean Languages.  SU plans to increase lecturers and students.

19 Table 10 Distribution of Concentrated Area Courses in Korean Language Curricula Provided by Thai Universities BU U CUNU PS U RU MS U KK U SU SW U Major Required Courses Grammar and Language Skills Listening and Speaking Skills Reading Skills Writing Skills Korean for Specific Purposes 3 6. Translation Linguistics Culture Literature 313

20 Table 10 Distribution of Concentrated Area Courses in Korean Language Curricula Provided by Thai Universities BU U CUNU PS U RU MSUMSUMSUMSU KK U SU SW U Major Elective Courses Language Skills Korean for Specific Purposes Purposes Linguistics and Grammar Literature Culture Translation Teaching and Seminar 6 8. History and Economics 2

21 Table 10 Distribution of Concentrated Area Courses in Korean Language Curricula Provided by Thai Universities BU U CUNU PS U RU MS U KK U SUSWU Minors Grammar 9 2. Skills Grammar and Skills Korea for Specific Purpose Literature Translation 4 7. Culture 5 Electivves Grammar and Skills Cho os e from Mino r

22 Table 11 Number of students From Before 2000 to 2004 The number of students majoring in Korean language before year 2000 started with 22 persons. There has been increasing, until now the number of students are 231 persons. The number of students majoring in Korean language before year 2000 started with 22 persons. There has been increasing, until now the number of students are 231 persons. Major cours e Year Year before Year Year Year Year Tot al Tot al

23 Table 11 Number of students From Before 2000 to 2004 The number of students minor in Korean language before year 2000 started with 22 persons. There has been increasing, until now the number of students are 176 persons. The number of students minor in Korean language before year 2000 started with 22 persons. There has been increasing, until now the number of students are 176 persons. Year Year before Year 1 Year Year Year Tota l Minor cours e

24 Table 11 Number of students From Before 2000 to 2004 The number of students choosingKorean language as elective before year 2000 was 202. The number of students at present (2004) is 312. The number of students choosingKorean language as elective before year 2000 was 202. The number of students at present (2004) is 312. Year Year before Year Year Year Year Tot al Tot al Elective course

25 Table 11 Number of students Graduated with Korean Language as a Major and Minor Yea r before Total Yea r before Total Major Minor The total of students graduated with Korean Language is 44 persons as a major and 161 persons as a minor.

26 Table 11 Distribution of Employment Situation of the Graduates  Most of graduates have worked for local company, some have worked for foreign firms.  The rest of them which are very small in number take up entrepreneurship further their education, or work for the government. Type Number of graduates Government1 Local company 35 Foreign company 17 Further study (domestic) 2 Further study (aboard) - Self employment 3 Total Total58 Career

27 Table 12 Staff Number of staff Number of staff University UniversityThaiKorea 1. Burapha U Chulalongkorn U Khonkaen U Mahasarakham U Naresuan U Prince of Songkla U Ramkhamheang U Silpakorn U Srinakarinwirot U. 11 Total Total1313

28 Table 13 Materials BUUCUPSUSU Books Korean Language Korean Literature 250 Korean Economics/Busin ess 230 Korean Politics/Social Science 230 Others50100 Audio Korean Language Others20

29 Table 13 Materials BUUCUPSUSU Videos Korean Language Others105 Total Total

30 Table 14 Materials Frequently Used BookTypePublisher 1. Korean Book Book Seoul University 2. Foundation Korean (2000) Book Burapha University 3. Intermediate Korean (2000) Book Burapha University 4. Korea Language Book Yonsei University 5. Korea Language Tape Kyonughee University 6. Korea Language VCD Koryo University 7. Korea Language (1999) CD- ROM Chiraporn Pattanamorn, Pattanee 8.Korea Language VDOKorea 9.Korea Language Teaching Books Book-

31 Table 14 Materials Frequently Used  There are teaching materials available in book forms for Korean language. Korean language.  In addition, audio and VDO formats are being used. The most frequent use is Korean language textbooks.  However, the high demand on every kind of materials are in need especially for Korean language.

32 Table 15 Affiliated Institutes University Center/Instit ution Establis hmen t Website 1. Burapha U. Korean Studies Center (KSC)2001 uu.ac.th 2. Chulalong korn U. Institute of Asian Studies-- 3. Prince of Songkla U. Institute of Language Ramkham heang U. Center of Korean Studies1995 th/korea 5. Thammas art U. Korean Studies Center, Institute of Asian Studies1984 u.ac.th

33 Table 15 Affiliated Institutes  Affiliation. There are five centers / institutes.  There are three Korean Studies Centers, one Language Center, and one Asian Studies Institute.  The first established is Thammasart Korean Studies Center (1986) and the latest is Korean Studies Center at Burapha University (2001).

34 Table 16 Aims Aims Number of Centers/Ins titutes 1. To conduct researches 3 2. To collect and share database 2 3. To assist and promote cultural and academic exchange 2 4. To produce teaching materials 1 5. To provide assistants on Korean studies 1 6. To be a center coordinating academic exchange 1

35 Table 17 Main Operation Main operation Number of Centers/Instit utes Research Research2 Database Database2 Seminar and Conference Seminar and Conference2 Workshop and Training Workshop and Training2 Publication Publication2 Korean Studies Facilitation Korean Studies Facilitation2

36 Table 18 Researchers UniversityFull-timePart-time 1. Burapha U. 1. Burapha U Chulalongkorn U. 2. Chulalongkorn U Khonkaen U. 3. Khonkaen U Mahasarakham U. 4. Mahasarakham U Naresuan U. 5. Naresuan U Prince of Songkla U. 6. Prince of Songkla U Ramkhamheang U. 7. Ramkhamheang U Silpakorn U. 8. Silpakorn U Srinakarinwirot U. 9. Srinakarinwirot U Thammasart U. 10. Thammasart U.41 Total Total51

37 Table 18 Researchers  Researchers. There are only five researchers in two centers.  Four of them have worked with Korean Studies Center at Thammasart University.

38 Table 19 Network (Business Community)/ Partnership (Korean Universities / Institutes) UniversityNetworkPartnership 1. Burapha U. 1. Thai – Korea Chamber of Commerce (TKCC) of Commerce (TKCC) 2. Korea National Tourism Organizatio n (KNTO) Tourism Organizatio n (KNTO) 1. Hankuk University (HUFS) 2. Korea Research Foundation (KRF) (KRF) 3. Korea Foundation (KF) 4. Korea (KOICA) 2. Mahasarak ham U. - Korea (KOICA) 3. Naresuan U. - Korea (KOICA) 4. Prince of Songkla U. - Chung-ang University, KOICA 5. Srinakarin wirot U. - Pusan University, KOICA

39 Table 19 Network (Business Community)/ Partnership (Korean Universities / Institutes) There is only few networking among business There is only few networking among businesscommunities.

40 Table 20 Project Universi ty Yea r Title Source of support Burapha U The 1 st International Conference on "Korea : Past, Present and Future" KRF Korean Grammar Textbook Development (Book) KF Survey on Korean Studies in Thailand (Research) AUN - KASEAS Survey on Korean Language teachjng in Thailand (Research) KAREC The 2 nd International Conference on "Korea : Past, Present and Future" KRF Speech Contest (Korean) The Embassy of The Republic of Korea.B KK A Survey of Educational Institutes Teaching Korea Language and Korea Workplaces. (Research) KSC

41 There is only Burapha university planning for year There is only Burapha university planning for year for 7 projects as follows: conference, textbook development, survey, and student academic activity. Table 20 Project

42 Table 21 Publications Publica tion University TitleYearType- Langua ge 1. Buraph a U. Korean Grammar Text book200 4 Book- Thai 2. Thamm asart U. 1. The impacts from North-South Korea-Unification to Security in East Asia Region 2. The development of relationship between USA and North Korea to Normal Status 3. Oversea Labors Problem, The Corporation study on Thailand-Korea labors in Japan 4. The Corporation study on family violence in Thailand and Korea 5. Political Reformation in Korea 6. Case Study on Trade Strategies and Foreign investment in South Korea 7. Corporation of Industrials Development Policy in Korea and Thailand Resear ch

43 Table 21 Publications Publicati on Publicati onUniversityTitle Yea r Type- Langua ge 8. South Korea International Marketing Strategies 9. Thai Role of Mass Media to Korea Development 10. The Role of Korea Economic in ASEAN 11. South Korea and Southeast Asia : The Economics and Political Relationship Relationship 12. Tradition and Culture on Korea Life styles 13. Korea Businessman Attitude : Trade Investment in Thailand 14. Trade Relation between Korea and Thailand 15. South Korea Investment in Thailand 16. Higher Education in the Republic of Korean 17. Korean Constitution 18. Education System in North Korean 19. Child Raising Culture in Korea 20. Korea Low System 21. Comparative Study : National Rural Development in Thailand and Korea and Korea 22. Thai – Korea Relationship : Past, Present and Future 23. Development of Korea Studies in Thailand ( ) ResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearchResearch

44 Table 21 Publications  Research publications had been published and distributed mostly by Thammasart University (23 issues from ).  Research topics are mostly on the following issues: politics, economic, socials, trade, investment, business, industry, and culture.

45 Table 22 Materials Available in the Libraries University Boo k The se s Acade mic Aud io Vide o Oth er s 1. Burapha U Chulalong korn U Khonkaen U Mahasarak ham U Naresuan U Prince of Songkla U Ramkham heang U Silpakorn U Srinakarin wirot U Total Total

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47 Recommendations 1. Academic background of instructors is appropriate. 2. Number of instructors is not in suitable proportions, as a result, researches and academic papers are insufficient. 3. Nine Universities that offerKorean Language are located in every vital region all over Thailand.

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49 Recommendations 4. University offing major in Korean are located in three regions: Eastern, Western and Southern. Institute in the regions: Eastern, Western and Southern. Institute in the Eastern Region gains advantage since it is near Bangkok and Eastern Region gains advantage since it is near Bangkok and there are better job opportunities : Korean firms investing at there are better job opportunities : Korean firms investing at Industrial parks. In addition, more collaborative network will be Industrial parks. In addition, more collaborative network will be well defined. well defined. 5. Burapha University and Prince of Songkla University (Pattani Campus) are in the better position for the development Campus) are in the better position for the development in the near future because their Thai full–time lecturers will in the near future because their Thai full–time lecturers will complete their education soon. complete their education soon.

50 Recommendations 6. The number of students studying Korean increases rapidly. All graduates can easily get highly–paid job. rapidly. All graduates can easily get highly–paid job. 7. Graduates work in Korea– Thailand joint ventures and work as translators or tourist guides. ventures and work as translators or tourist guides. Further more there are opportunities for them to Further more there are opportunities for them to further their education and become lecturers in further their education and become lecturers in the University. the University.

51 Recommendations 8. Most of materials which are used for teaching are produced 8. Most of materials which are used for teaching are produced from Korea because there are inadequate supplies, from Korea because there are inadequate supplies, times, and special skill in Thailand. The more lecturers times, and special skill in Thailand. The more lecturers are available, the more texts, articles and researches will are available, the more texts, articles and researches will be done. There should be cooperative network among be done. There should be cooperative network among institutes to work on text books and researches institutes to work on text books and researches about Korean language teaching. about Korean language teaching.

52 NU MSU KKU SU BUU PSU CU, RU,SWU,TU

53 Recommendations 9. There are five Korean Studies Centers/ Institutes. Three 9. There are five Korean Studies Centers/ Institutes. Three of them are in Bangkok. One in the Eastern and one in of them are in Bangkok. One in the Eastern and one in the Southern. Their aims and main operations are alike: the Southern. Their aims and main operations are alike: to do research, database, seminar conference, workshop to do research, database, seminar conference, workshop and training, publication and facilitation. and training, publication and facilitation. 10. The major strength of Korean Studies Center at Thammasart University is it has full–time Thammasart University is it has full–time researchers available for every year continuing routine researchers available for every year continuing routine works, while Burapra University can build a network works, while Burapra University can build a network with organizations in Korea in order to get budget to with organizations in Korea in order to get budget to allocate for various kinds of projects. allocate for various kinds of projects.

54 Recommendations 11. Recommended Activities in order to build network and partnership with business community are teaching partnership with business community are teaching Thai for Korean, teaching Korean and English for Thai Thai for Korean, teaching Korean and English for Thai and cultural exchange activities. and cultural exchange activities. 12. More books and medias about Korean Language and Korean related fields should be provided for every Korean related fields should be provided for every university library. In addition, the next survey university library. In addition, the next survey should include materials at departments, faculties, should include materials at departments, faculties, and Centers/Institutes. and Centers/Institutes.

55 NU MSU KKU SU BUU PSU CU, RU,SWU,TU

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