Nuri-Sejong Hakdang Transformed into Korean, and the Culture Portal
An open portal service allowing visitors to check out diverse Korean language and culture content without logging in
Users can use both the Online King Sejong Institute and Nuri-Sejong Hakdang services with a single ID
Nuri-Sejong Hakdang, an online portal for Korean learners that is operated by the King Sejong Institute Foundation (KSIF), was
re-launched as a Korean language and culture information portal on February 24.
The upgraded Nuri-Sejong Hakdang portal allows visitors to check out diverse types of content related to Korean culture in the form of videos, webcomics, and e-Books, among others, and search for materials and information using the on-site search engine. The online Korean language classes previously offered on the portal have been transferred to the Online King Sejong Institute site.
TThe URL was shortened to facilitate access, and the main pages, which had been different for learners and teachers, were integrated into a single homepage. Accordingly, e-Books and other materials found under the “Korean Language” menu option on Nuri-Hakdang are now available on the “Learning” page, while the menu items for teachers can be found by clicking “Education.” Users can also access the Nuri-Sejong Hakdang and Online King Sejong Institute sites by combining the two accounts into a single account.
*Nuri-Sejong Hakdang URL: (Before) www.sejonghakdang.org → (After) nuri.iksi.or.kr
Assistant Manager Jang Hyeonseok from the Content Support Department in charge of the program said, “We expect that this reorganization will make things a lot more convenient for users of the online services offered by KSIF. [···] We’ll provide enjoyable online services by adding new content and continually improving related features in the future.”
▲ Main page of the upgraded Nuri-Sejong Hakdang website
▲ Korean culture-related content offered by Nuri-Sejong Hakdang