ASPECTS OF KOREAN CULTURE THAT HAVE TO BE INTRODUCED IN RUSSIA
Historically every country has its own peculiar culture. As far as now we are living in 21st century when the international economic and political relations between two countries is getting developed, mutual culture understanding is greatly important for further successful cooperation.
In addition, there is a great raise of Korean language learners, so the knowledge of some Korean cultural aspects can improve effectiveness of language studying process.
This study provides research of all information that is existing in Russia about Korean culture, its results and introduction of some crucial aspects of Korean culture that are still not published but have to be known in Russia and includes important cultural aspects for Korean people, special materials found on the Russian internet contained information about Korean culture and a collection of important cultural aspects, which need to be introduced in Russia.
In order to implement the main task of the study, Korean literature and internet resources, some dissertations, articles, travel guide books found on Russian Internet and devoted to Korean culture were thoroughly researched.
According to the results of implemented research, firstly, it needs to provide comprehensive Korean language materials, including Hanja tutorials, introduction of Korean literature, Korean customs, pansori and samulnori, Korean TV-shows and k-pop, Korean traditional paper art, Korean traditional dance, clothes (hanbok), kimchi and tea ceremony, taekwondo, Korean traditional house (hanok) and traditional heating system (ondol), traditional confessions and oblation ceremonies, the traditional idea of veneration of parents and family culture, Chinese medicine and other aspects of Korean culture need to be introduced.
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