Includes historical materials and records in the fields of history, literature, folk culture, nature, Chinese medicine, religion, etc. This database is keyword searchable, and includes image files of original texts in classical Chinese with a searchable translated version in Korean.
KSI e-Book 한국학술정보단행본
Provides access to over 5800 full text electronic books in the fields of humanities and social sciences published in Korea.
Kyobo Scholar 스콜라 (교보, 학지사)
Provides full-text database of academic journals published in humanities, social sciences, and science
New Nonmun (학지사 뉴논문) can be accessed from Kyobo Scholar since 2017.
Provides full text journal articles and academic dissertations as the single gateway to access comprehensive resources.
DBpia 누리미디어 학술간행물
Provides full text databases including more than 862,000 articles of 1,124 Korean scholarly journals. Similar to JSTOR. Use Internet Explorer (not Firefox) for this database.
KISS 한국학술정보; 학술DB
Full text database of Korean scholarly journal articles, university publications, and research papers published by over 1,340 journals from 1,200 academic associations in Korea. Use Internet Explorer (not Firefox) for this database.
KoreaA2Z 한국학DB 콘텐츠
Provides a collection of full text databases on a variety of subjects including primary sources, reference resources, classical literature, newspapers and other books. It also includes Digital Culture Art Course (디지털문화강좌), VOD lectures including over 900 courses under 7 subjects for continuing education.
Korean History and Culture Research Database 한국역사문화조사자료 데이터베이스
This database is a full-text collection of excavation reports of historical sites in Korea operated by national and university museums, research institutions and associations since 1910. It also includes the Collection of Japanese Colonial Government’s Researches on Korean Culture and History.
History Culture Series 진인진역사문화 시리즈
Provides access to multimedia series about Korean, Western, and ancient history and art, including Korean folk painting, Stone Age Foragers, Bronze and Early Iron Age Archaeology, and Goguryeo.