The institute has been offering civil lectures on Korean history and culture since September 2008. Professional researchers will give lectures on various topics related to Korean studies every Friday. Applications to attend lectures are accepted before each semester begins
This is a lecture designed to help researchers of Korean studies and East Asian studies inside the university understand the principles of , and read , cursive Chinese characters. It was originally offered as a course affiliated with Kyujanggak, however, it is now offered as a course of Jaha Seodang (Jaha School), which was annexed to the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies on September 1, 2006. The course is divided into Basic Cursive Calligraphy and Old Document Reading. The former focuses on understanding the principles of cursive calligraphy and the latter on developing the skills for reading old documents written in cursive calligraphy.
This lecture intends to help researchers of Korean studies and Buddhist studies inside the school with their interpretations of Buddhist materials written in Chinese. It is an introductory course for the interpretation of the Buddhist sutras and related documents of Korea and China. The lecture has been offered as one of the lectures available at Jaha Seodang (Jaha School), which became an affiliate of the Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies on September 1, 2006. Jaha Seodang was originally established as a Chinese translation-training institute of the Institute of Asian Studies of the College of Humanities with the aim of enhancing East Asian Studies for post-graduate and undergraduate students.