This edited volume is a collective effort from scholars specializing in Korean as a foreign language (KFL) research, providing guidelines for how to teach and conduct research in KFL contexts. KFL has emerged as a growing academic field over the past three decades along with the fields of second language (L2) and foreign language studies. As Korean is now the fastest-growing foreign language in North America (Looney & Lusin, 2019), Korean language programs are faced with new opportunities and challenges to address expanding and diverse student populations. Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language: Theories and Practices, edited by Young-mee Yu Cho, addresses key issues regarding KFL research and teaching and presents the findings through concrete examples specific to KFL contexts. Previous publications have surveyed the KFL field with different foci: a historical overview of the development of KFL in the United States (Byon, 2008); K-16...

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