In order to help immigrants married to Koreans who are planning to live in Korea, Korean government should provide education about Korean culture before they move to and settle in the country. In light of this, the study examines the curriculum of Korean culture for new immigrants who got married to Korean citizens and proposes a revised plan. First, the researchers examined the Korean language and culture coursebooks published by King Sejong Institute, a governmental organization managing Korean language and culture education. Secondly, we conducted a survey asking what students and teachers at King Sejong Institute demand for Korean culture education. Based on the survey, the researchers suggest that the coursebooks cover more practical topics closely related to the life of immigrant spouses of Korean citizens, and that the courses include more sessions on Korean culture. To test the validity of the materials, the researchers have used them through a test operation. As the conclusion, the study presents the revised Korean culture curriculum for prospective married immigrants based on the surveys, interviews and demonstrations with the current students and teachers in King Sejong Institutes.