By Kevin Heraty•
Nov 09, 2018
By Vanessa Rivera Guevara•
Oct 08, 2018
Excellent course! I probably learned must of the things I needed to know about Korean politics, causes, consequences, future scenarios, etc.
By Simon Fan•
Aug 12, 2018
Teaching materials are well organized, and Professor is excellent. Yet, postings in the discussion forums are seldom responded to by teaching staff or mentor. There are errors in the subtitles, in particular the Simplified Chinese subtitle which would very likely mislead learners that have to rely on it to get through the course.
By Nicholas A. Sheen•
Jul 04, 2018
Very informative course. I liked the professor.
By Jinyong Lee•
Mar 08, 2018
In some points, I do not agree with the professor but this course is good to learn Korean modern history thoroughly.
By Joy Smith•
Dec 23, 2017
good comprehensive review of the subject. Instructor slightly hard to understand
By Alexandre Bize•
Nov 29, 2017
Nov 20, 2017
A very interesting course on Korean Politics. Well organized with many videos and nice presentation. The most important points of the professor are written on the background, so note taking and visual absorption are made easier. I would recommend that course! The only difficulty was to always understand the professor. That though has to do with his little accent and I assure you you get used to it fast. The subtitles help but they are not 100% correct.
By Eduard P. Walther•
Nov 14, 2017
I loved it, the transcript could use a little correction on some words.
THe9nstructor;what a honor to have him!
By Shunyang Gao•
Oct 20, 2017
I really appreciate that I had a chance to take this class and to be taught by a famous South Korean professor, Chung-in Moon. Although Coursera did not provide much course related to international relation and politics, it`s still a honor to join this wonderful class. However, there are some place that Coursera and professor Moon Chung-in can do better.
Firstly, I want more course about "principles" such as introduction of international relation and principle of macroeconomic, which can help students like me to develop a more constantly knowledge.
Secondly, course interaction is so rare that I did not see any of it. The forum of class did not be fully use by our students and it seems like everyone is not interested in communicating with each other which really bother me.
Finally, I know professor Moon Chung-in is really busy since he is a well-known scholar in this field. But I still wonder if there is a chance that students may communicate with professor and exchange ideas about the course and other stuff.