Korean is the seventh most commonly spoken language in the U.S., and Korean heritage students—those with some proficiency in or a cultural connection to the language through family or community—outnumber others learning Korean at the college level. Many schools offer a separate heritage track for learning Korean, but until now there has been no textbook designed specifically for heritage or accelerated curriculum students.
Young-mee Cho is associate professor of Korean language and culture at Rutgers University Ji-Young Jung teaches Korean at Columbia University. Jeeyoung Ahn Ha is director of the Korean language program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
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