This blog features content relating to Korean cultural heritages and digital humanities. The goal of this blog is to bring digital humanities research on Korean cultural heritages and other Korean studies topics to an English speaking audience. It will include basic information to allow readers to better understand and appreciate Korean cultural heritages, reviews of articles, dissertations, and books on digital humanities as they relate to cultural heritage and Korean studies, introductions to various relevant digital humanities projects, and commentary on the process of translating information relating to Korean cultural heritages. It will later be accompanied by a Korean cultural heritage wiki site.

This is a private blog written by a graduate student studying Cultural Informatics at the Academy of Korean Studies. The content of this blog is not sponsored by, operated by, or affiliated with the Korean government, but is merely for the author to organize her research and share it with the public.