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The Center for Korean Studies Library covers a variety of fields: anthropology, economics, ethnology, history from the 17th century to the present, geography, politics, religion, sociology and urban planning. The collection includes 10,000 books (80% in Korean) and 270 digital periodical titles (60% in Korean). The catalogue with bibliographic records is consultable via the BULAC database. Some daily newspapers are accessible on microfiche, and some periodicals are accessible on CD-ROM. Journal summaries are available in printed format for publications between 1991 and 2012 and in digital format for publications since 1999. The collection also includes videos, audio cassettes and photos (anthropology, ethnology, folklore, and oral tradition).
The Korean Studies Library is reserved for members of the Center for Korean Studies. Outside lectors may be given access on authorization from the Director.
On-site consultation in the reading room. Off-site loans possible with restrictions.
Photo Credits : W. Keawjundee