A non-annotated listing of hundreds of links about Korea organized
into subcategories such as news, travel, companies, arts & entertainment,
Land of the Morning Calm
This site from Purdue University offers general information
on Korean geography and culture including some recipes.
American Historical Society
Generally a site for Korean Americans, but worth looking at for
its comprehensive list of links to other sites on Korea.
This site deals mainly with Korean cultural events in New York City
but does have links and other general information such as a section
on the symbols of Korea.
Government on the Web
Comprehensive database of most governmental institutions: parliament,
ministries, offices, law courts, embassies, city councils, banks,
political parties, and some travel information.
History Project: "Korea in the Eye of the Tiger"
An online history of Korea with much information.
Video Resources available at KU's East Asian Library
Materials include Korean related videos, cassette tapes, audio tapes,
slides, and photos. This is to help students understand East Asia
not only through printed materials but also by using their senses
to have a taste of the rich East Asia culture. These are excellent
classroom teaching materials. Some are suitable for K-12 level social
studies. Many series have teacher's guides or booklets for discussion.
Information and Activities for foreign visitors and long-term residents
in Korea and includes a good introduction to Hangul, the Korean
in Korea: Cultural Spotlight
Life in Korea takes an in-depth look at different aspects of Korean
culture, society, and customs. Here you can learn more about Korea
and get a better understanding of the Korean people.
Resources on the Net
Links to parties, organizations, governments, media, and more.