Korean Studies

King Sejong Institute Tübingen

The King Sejong Institute at Tübingen University offers anyone who is interested the opportunity to get to know Korean culture in a vivid way and to make contact. In addition, the King Sejong Institute mainly organizes cultural events, e.g. 설날, 김치 workshops, speech competitions, etc. There is also a wide range of Korean language courses, which take place under the guidance of native-speaker language teachers. You can find more information about registration and the current language courses on the following pages.

Participation in the language courses is free of charge. Only expenses for teaching materials and travel expenses during excursions etc. must be paid by a participant.

The King Sejong Institute was established in September 2012.

The King Sejong Institute was established in 2007 by the Korean government in order to spread the Korean language and culture all around the world. Korean culture is rapidly gaining more and more interest in Germany, as well. After establishing the branch at Tuebingen University, the King Sejong institute now consists of 90 branches in 43 countries. The courses offered by the institute are open to the public and everyone interested is welcomed to participate.