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K-Contents is derived from K-Culture and usually means web contents in Korea.

Korea is the one of the countries with a very large and active web contents market. Especially now days culture is created and shared via online platform more and more bigger in Korea. The most representative example is webtoons. Not only webtoons, many contents such as novel, drama, entertainments are created at the online platforms as an original contents. 

Types of K-Contents

  Webtoons                                                                    Webnovels

     

 

  Webdramas                                                        Webentertainments

    

 

Korean Studies Librarian / Head, TEAL Public Services

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Hyokyoung Yi
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Tateuchi East Asia Library
Gowen 336
Box 353527
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3527
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Yuran Kim/Korean Foundation Visiting Librarian at TEAL

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E-mail : yrkim@uw.edu