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The Korean Language in America

Hae-Young Kim, Editor in Chief


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ISSN 2332-0346
E-ISSN 2374-670X
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The Korean Language in America

Hae-Young Kim, Editor in Chief

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The Korean Language in America
is a refereed scholarly journal that provides a platform for scholarship and professional best practices centering on the teaching of Korean both within the United States and outside.

The American Association of Teachers of Korean was founded in 1994 for all levels of teachers of the Korean language, culture, and literature in the United States of America. Its mission is to enhance and promote an interest in the teaching and learning of the Korean language, culture and literature; to carry out research in second language acquisition, applied linguistics, language pedagogy, as well as in the teaching of culture and literature, and to provide a forum for presenting research findings.

Editor in Chief
Hae-Young Kim, Duke University, US

Editorial Board
Heidi Liu Banerjee, Northeastern University
Young-mee Yu Cho, Rutgers University, US
Corinne Crane, The University of Alabama, US
Agnes He, Stony Brook University, US
Hae-Sung Jeon, University of Central Lancaster, US
Mary Shin Kim, University of Hawai’i, US
Jin Sook Lee, University of California, Santa Barbara, US
Innhwa Park, Westchester University, US
Sunyoung Shin, Indiana University, US
Yasuhiro Shirai, Case Western Reserve University, US
Susan Gayle Strauss, Pennsylvania State University, US

The journal welcomes submissions on topics related to Korean language teaching and learning from a variety of disciplines and theoretical/methodological perspectives, representing Korean language teaching at all levels of instruction (i.e., K – 16 and beyond). Submissions should conform to the style/format requirements of The Korean Language in America (KLA), which can be obtained from the AATK website at

To submit a manuscript to the editorial office, please visit and create an author profile. The online system will guide you through the steps to upload your article for submission to the editorial office.

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Institutional Single Issue - $81.00

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