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Multiculturalism in South Korea and differing views on adaptation based on foreign interaction with Korean culture

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  • Multiculturalism in South Korea and differing views on adaptation based on foreign interaction with Korean culture
  • Landsman, Gregg; Ham, Joung Hyun; Min, Hyun Jung
  • Science & Engineering Research Support Society


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Title Multiculturalism in South Korea and differing views on adaptation based on foreign interaction with Korean culture
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Landsman, Gregg; Ham, Joung Hyun; Min, Hyun Jung

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[DaeGu]:Science & Engineering Research Support Society

Date 2014
Series Title; No Science & Engineering Research Support Society
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Advanced Science and Technology Letters:vol. 71
Pages 4
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Others
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Abstract

This research is aimed to show multicultural interactions and a lack of adaptation from South Korea. Foreigners in South Korea were surveyed on their interactions with Korean culture and language. This study focused on how foreigners can interact and adapt to the culture of South Korea, and whether or not this is affected by their backgrounds. The results of the survey show that the multicultural initiatives of South Korea are poorly advertised and that the views of foreigners are not affected by their backgrounds but by the barriers to their interactions with Korean culture. Respondents identified common terms related to cultural identity and showed them to be in favor of multiculturalism when enacted correctly.