This book is for those people who want to understand Korea, its history, culture and tradition through the views of different Korean studies experts from all over South Asia. This book provides a systematic, theoretical and practical understanding of Korea studies and its role in cultural and economical developments in South Asia. In accordance with this purpose, this book is the edited collection of various papers presented at the 1st South Asian Conference on Promotion of Korean Studies in India and South Asia at New Delhi, India. The discussion groups and panels consisted of a wide range of subjects such as Korean language, culture, literature, economy and international relations. The book has three sections. The first section deals with Korean linguistics and grammar studies with its special focus on comparative and contrastive research with Hindi, Bangla, Sinhala and Korean and its impact on teaching Korean language in the South Asian Countries.
The Second section is devoted to the teaching and learning methodologies and strategies used for Korean language at various different South Asian countries.
The third section deals with Korea and its cultural relations with other South Asian countries right from the colonial Korea to the modern period. It also emphasizes on the significance of Korean studies in international relations of Korea with South Asian countries. It can be a source material for the South Asian research scholars in International relations studies and a good reference for the rest of Asian scholars.