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Last Updated: 11/16/11

Korea Collection

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Welcome to the Korea Collection of Hamilton Library at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.  Our collection acquires a wide variety of materials in support of Korean Studies, here at the University.  Our collection includes materials in both 한글(Hangul/Korean) and English and covers topics in the Arts, Humanities, Business and Social Sciences fields.

For information on Korean Studies courses offered and Korean related events at the University of Hawaii, please visit the Center for Korean Studies website.

Quick Search

· E-Korean studies Database (통합 한국학 검색)

· National Digital Library (국가 전자 도서관)

·WorldCat (Licensed for UH Manoa Use Only)

· Hawaii Voyager Library Catalog

· Chosun Ilbo Archive

· DBPIA (Licensed for UH Manoa Use Only)

· KISS (Licensed for UH Manoa Use Only)

What’s New?


* 11-16-2011 RISS: The Library now subscribes to this            database, which searches 7.9 million books and other            media in Korean libraries and provides full text access            to over 1 million scholarly journal articles, plus            570,000 master's and Ph.D. theses from 160 universities.


* 9-20-2011 Naver News Library: A useful database for searching            historical Korean media reports from 1920 through            1999. No registration is required, but full access is            available only through a UH IP address.


* 9-20-2011 Korean National Assembly Library materials are            accessible via the Asia Station 1 computer on the 4th            floor of Hamilton Library.


* 5-24-2011 Rimjin-gang(임진강): The first-ever independent            publication in the world written directly by people of North            Korea. Compiled by ASIAPRESS International.


* 5-24-2011 KPM : Choson Ollon Chongbo Kiji 조선언론정보기지


Got Questions?

Ask Korea Specialist Librarian :  Jude Y. Yang / 808)956-2319 /Hamilton #414

Ask a Korean Studies Librarian at Google