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Support for Adaptation to Korean (Society)Guidebook for Living in Korea

This offers Korean culture and Korean conversation programs for marriage immigrants who unfamiliar with Korean life, as well as their children.

Guidebook for Living in Korea

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Guidebook for Living in Korea: Table of Contents

  • 1. Introduction to the Republic of Korea
  • 2. Foreigner Support Services
  • 3. Residence and Citizenship
  • 4. Korean Culture and Life
  • 5. Pregnancy and Childcare
  • 6. Education of Children
  • 7. Health and Healthcare
  • 8. Social Security Systems
  • 9. Employment and Labor
  • References