Korea Journal

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The Korea Journal is a peer-reviewed, English-language academic journal focusing on Korean Studies. It was founded in 1961 and is currently published quarterly by the Korean National Commission for UNESCO.[1] It is indexed in Thomson Scientific's Arts and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI). The publisher is Dong-seok Min (Secretary-General of the Korean National Commission for UNESCO) and the Editor-in-Chief is Sung Deuk Hahm (Professor of Political Economy at Korea University).

This journal is sometimes confused with the Journal of Korean Studies.

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