Our goal in the Department of Japanese Studies is to cultivate individuals who have a broad understanding of Japan and can actively contribute to Korea-Japan exchange and mutual understanding. We aim to be the leading program in Korean-Japanese relations, producing professionals with comprehensive knowledge in Japanese language and culture. Our focus is on developing leaders who possess effective communication skills, deep understanding of Japanese studies, and problem-solving abilities. We strive to prepare graduates who can create a future-oriented Korea-Japan realtionship, equipped with practical knowledge and humanities expertise to navigate the era of globalization.
The Department of Japanese Studies aim to educate and empower women with a comprehensive understanding of Japan, encompassing its history, thought, economy and society in order to cultivate professional experts in the field
Japan, often described as a close yet distant country, has a complex history that has created tensions between nations. However, in today’s interconnected world, collaboration and cooperation between countries are crucial for mutual prosperity. Japan serves as both a close neighbor to work together with and a country to be vigilant about. Therefore, it is essential to conduct accurate and comprehensive research on Japan from various perspectives to fully understand its dynamics. Therefore, the department aims to:
- Cultivate individuals who can contribute to a broad friendship and cooperative relationship between the two countries by possessing accurate knowledge and understanding of Japan.
- Produce professional individuals who can proactively address the various issues that frequently arise between the two geographically adjacent countries.
- Ensure proficiency in the Japanese language to effectively achieve the aforementioned goals.