The Korea Journal was founded in 1961 with the goal of promoting Korean Studies around the world. In 1991, it became a quarterly academic publication, and since 1988, it has sought to integrate the humanities and social sciences. KJ is the standard journal read by Korean Studies specialists around the world and is a must-read for anyone seriously interested in East Asian or Korean Studies. Each issue focuses on a particular topic that is comprehensively addressed in several academic articles by the top scholars in the field.

The Korea Journal has been indexed in Clarivate’s Arts and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI) and Current Contents/Arts & Humanities since 2001. It is also indexed in Scopus and registered with the National Research Foundation of Korea.

Byung-ook Ahn (The Academy of Korean Studies)

Myounhoi Do (Daejeon Univ.)

Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Henry Em (Yonsei Univ.)

Editorial Board
MinHo Bang (Seoul National Univ.)
Jinsoo An (Univ. of California, Berkeley)
Jungwon Kim (Columbia Univ.)
Duol Kim (Myongji Univ.)
David Shim (Univ. of groningen)
ITAGAKI Ryuta (Doshisha Univ.)
Nicholas Harkness (Harvard Univ.)
Hochul Seo (The Academy of Korean Studies)
Seukryule Hong (Sungshin Univ.)
Youngju Ryu (Univ. of Michigan)
Ju Hui Judy Han (UCLA)
Andre Schmid (Univ. of Toronto)
Jongseong Choi (Seoul National Univ.)
Masahiko Morihira (Kyushu Univ.)
Seungsook Moon (Vassar College)
Yeonshik Choe (Dongguk Univ.)

Managing Editor
Jooyeun Son (The Academy of Korean Studies)

Editorial Office
Korea Journal
The Academy of Korean Studies
323 Haogae-ro, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si
Gyeonggi-do, 13455 Republic of Korea
Phone 82-31-730-8745
Fax 82-31-730-8750