Information for Authors
1. Contribution regulations
(1) The qualification for thesis presentation shall be limited to full members who have paid membership fees as members of this society.
(2) The thesis shall be in accordance with the criteria set out by this society. The field of thesis contribution is modern literature, classical literature, Korean language studies, and (Korean) Korean language education.
(3) In principle, the thesis is to be published by https://kolali.jams.or.kr. Contributors must sign up for the NRF Online Paper Contribution and Examination System (JAMS) and sign up to comply with the Research Ethics Regulations at the stage of the contribution.
(4) When presenting a paper, the address, affiliation, telephone number, e-mail address, and whether or not the research funds are benefitted must be specified.
(5) The deadline for presentation of papers shall be 30 January, 30 May and 30 September each year, and the date of publication of the academic journal shall be 30 March, 30 July and 30 November. The Chairperson of the Academic Association shall publicly announce the deadline for contributions in official documents and newsletters sent by the Council according to the schedule of the editorial meeting.
(6) The paper shall be prepared in accordance with the editorial schedule of the academic journal of this society (in the journal).
(7) The results of the examination shall be notified to the contributor through an official document of the association.
(8) In the case of duplicate contributions or plagiarism, the contribution paper shall be rejected and sanctions shall be imposed. Sanctions are subject to the provisions of the Research Ethics Committee.
(9) When the article is published, the contributor shall conduct the KCI Paper Similarity Test (Detailed Results), download the results, and send them to the editorial committee along with the article.
(10) The copyright of the paper published in the Journal of the Korean Language and Literature(Korean Literature) is in the Korean Language and Literature Society.
(11) The author of the thesis must submit a "consent to transfer copyright" to the Korean Language and Literature Society.
(12) When cite another person's work, the copyright issue that occurs is responsible for the author.
2. Examination fee and publication fee
(1) The thesis contributor shall pay a certain fee (KRW 60,000) upon receipt of the thesis.
(2) A member whose thesis is confirmed shall pay 100,000 won for the general publication and 300,000 won for the research paper shall be paid for publication fee.
(3) The volume of the paper shall be 120 manuscripts including green, and if a paper exceeding this amount is confirmed to be published, an additional publication fee (KRW 10,000 per page if 25 pages of the article are exceeded) shall be charged.
3. Drafting System and Regulations
(1) Stay in the paper in the order of Subject-Name-Table of Contents-Korean Literature-Korean Literature-Control-Text-Reference-Abstract-Key Words.
(2) When marking the author, the affiliated institutions, departments, and positions shall be written in accordance with the provisions of the table below.
What to write down
Affiliated with a university
Faculty and Instructor of the University
Name(college name department name professor/adjunct professor/instructor/professor/adjunct professor/invited professor/instructor, etc.)
Post-doctoral researcher at the university
Name(college name postdoctoral researcher)
An elementary and secondary school student
Name(school name teacher)
A research institution
Name(organization name position)
Where there is no affiliation or position
Name(previous position of former member)
(3) In the case of two or more co-authors, hesitants, second authors, third authors, …The author shall be written in the order of the corresponding authors, but the affiliated institutions, departments, and positions of each author shall be posted.
(4) Korean and English shall be limited to not more than three 200-character manuscripts.
(5) If the contributor fails to comply with the provisions and systems for preparing the manuscript, the editorial board may request the contributor to amend it.
(6) When preparing a manuscript, follow the following symbol system.
① Editorial paper: User-defined 153mm × 231mm (Book: Right)
② Marginal cycle: top 23, bottom 19, inner 21, outer 24, header 10, tail 13, binding 0
③ Shape of paragraphs
Left margin: 0, right margin: 0, indent: 2,
Line spacing: 160% text, 140% quote,
paragraphs above: 0, paragraphs below: 0, alignment: mixed
□ Character shape and size
① Application of all letters : 90% long horizontal, -8 between letters
② Title : 17p, #Shinmyeongjo, Center alignment, Darkness
③ Name : 10.5p, #Medium Gothic, right alignment
④ Table of Contents title : 9.5p, #Medium Gothic, Darkest
⑤ Contents of the table of contents : 9.5p, #Sinmyeongjo (left and right rows, adjust to 6 to 8 rows in total, and place them in the middle.
⑥ Title : 14p, #Shinmyeongjo, Dark, Center Alignment
Ablation :11p, #Medium Gothic,
Title : 10.5p, #newspark
⑦ Body content : 10.5p, #Shin Myung-jo
Quotes : 9.5p, #newspark
Footnote : 9.5p, #newspark
⑧ Topics : 11.5p, #Shin Myung Jo
⑨ Reference title : 11.5p, #Medium Gothic, Dark, Center Alignment
⑩ References : 10.5p, #Shinmyeongjo
⑪ English Title : 13p, #brightness, center alignment
⑫ English name : 11.5p, #Medium-high-diction, right-justified
⑬ English transcript : 10.5p, #Shinmyeongjo.
□ Use symbols and abbreviations
① Books, literary works, prose, magazines, novels, epic poems, whole books, etc. － 『 』
② thesis (including master's and doctorate thesis), poetry (sijo, lyrics, and poetry), middle and short novels, subheadings in a book, and other independent short titles － ｢ ｣
③ Emphasis, summary or excerpts are cited － ‘ ’
④ Citation of the original text (unless the symbol is omitted in the separate citation processing item), conversation － “ ”
⑤ Other highlights such as organizations or gatherings - Gothic, underlined, point-blank, deep-set (Shin Myung-jo), etc.
Footnote entries shall be in the form of 'author name, signature, publisher, year of publication, citation count' or 'author (year of publication), signature, publisher, citation count' and abbreviated comments in the form of 'author (year of publication: citation count)'. However, either of the three systems shall be consistently maintained.
Hong Gil-dong, 『Introduction to Korean Literature』, Korean Publishers, 2020, 100 pages.
Hong Gil-dong(2020), 『Introduction to Korean Literature』, Korean Publishing, 100 pages.
Hong Gil-dong(2020: 100).
Other details shall be in accordance with the following guidelines: (Based on the format 'Author Name, Signature, Publisher, Year of Publication, Number of Citation')
① Author name: Write the author's name in the order of its unique notation, regardless of East and West, and put a spot (,) on the back. If there are several authors, the middle dot (·) shall be distinguished between the names of Asians, and if there are two Westerners, it shall be written in the form of "____ and ______" and if there are three authors.
② Signature: In the case of Oriental books, a double-edged sign is used(『』), in the case of Western books, it is written in italics.
③ Paper/article name: In the case of Oriental books, mark it with a sickle mark(「」), and in the case of Western books, mark it with a double quotation mark(“ ”) and mark it with a spot(,).
③ Publisher: In the case of Western books, the publication shall be written in the form of "Publishing Paper: Publisher". In the case of Oriental books, the publication paper shall be omitted, but if it is necessary to disclose the publication site, it shall be marked in accordance with the case of Western books.
④ Citation page: '100 pages for one page in the case of Dongyang Book' and '112-114 pages for two or more pages' in the form of 'p' in the case of Western Book.100', if more than one page, it shall be expressed in the form of "pp.112-114".
⑤ When referring to the literature covered in the preceding notes again, it is written in the form of 'Author name, previous book/paper/writing, citation number' in the case of the East and 'Op. cit, pp. quotations number' in the case of the West. However, when a series of annotations mentioning the same literature are made, the author's name is omitted, and it is written in the form of "above books/documents/letters, quotations numbers" in the case of the East and "Ibid., pp. quotations numbers" in the case of the West.
£ In the case of a translation, it shall be written in the order of "author name, translator name, translator name, publisher, publishing year, and citation number."
⑥ In the case of a translation, it shall be written in the order of "author name, translator name, translator name, publisher, publishing year, and citation number."
⑦ If one of the co-authored works is cited, it shall be written in the form of 'Author name, paper name, horseshoe name, signature, publisher, year of publication, and number of quotations'.
⑧ The entry of a series of publications shall be in the order of "Author, thesis name, publication number, place of issue, and year of publication" and shall be in accordance with the format of the publication.
⑨ If there are more than one participation, it shall be classified as a semicolon (;).
Kim Heung-kyu, 『Understanding Korean Literature』, Minumsa, 1986, 180 pages.
Kim Heung-kyu, the book in front of you, 190 pages.
The book above, 200 pages.
Peter H. Lee, Celebrations of Continuity: Themes in Classic East Asian Poetry, Boston: Harvard University Press, 1979, p.17.
Peter H. Lee, Op. cit, pp.17-253.
Kim Seung-woo, 「The Formation, Acceptance, and Transformation of Yongbiercheonga」, a doctoral dissertation at Korea University, 2010 and 37 pages.
Jeonghan-gi and Kim Yong-jae, 「The Aspects and Tasks of Sijo Education」, 『Korean Language and Literature』 72, Korean Language & Literature, 597-632 pages.
Richard Rutt, “An Early Koreanologist: Eli Barr Landis 1865~1898”, Transactions of the Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society vol.54, Seoul: Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch, 1979, pp.92-94.
Victor Erlich, Park Geo-yong, 『Russian Formalism』, Literature and Ji Sung-sa, 1983 and 23-25 pages.
Kim Yeon-gap, 「Arirang, Its Long History,」, the International Cultural Foundation, 『Arirang Culture in Korea,』, Park Yi-jeong, 2011, 109 pages.
Kim Heung-kyu, the previous book, 185 pages; Kim Seung-woo, the previous paper, 193 pages.
References are organized in the form of 'Author Name, Signature, Publisher, Year of Publication, Number of Citation' or 'Author (Year of Publication), Signature, Publisher, Number of Citation' in accordance with the following guidelines:
① The detailed format of the reference shall be in accordance with the provisions of the footnote. Provided, That in the case of Western books, the author's name shall be written in the form of 'last name, first name'.
② References are arranged in paragraphs of '1. Data' and '2. Discussion'. Each paragraph divides Eastern and Western literature and arranges the literature in the alphabetical order of the author/letter/transcript names.
③ Mark the referenced page at the end of each literature.
Rutt, Richard, “An Early Koreanologist: Eli Barr Landis 1865~1898”, Transactions of the Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society vol.54, Seoul: Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch, 1979, pp.92-94.
Article 1 This amended provisions shall enter into force on February 14, 2014.
Article 2 This amended provisions shall enter into force on August 22, 2014.
Article 3 This amended provisions shall enter into force on September 1, 2015.
Article 4 This amended provisions shall enter into force on January 11, 2016.
Article 5 This amended provisions shall enter into force on 22 August 2016.
Article 6 This amended provisions shall enter into force on January 8, 2018.
Article 7 This amended provisions shall enter into force on January 1, 2020.
Article 8 This amended provisions shall enter into force on May 15, 2020.
Article 9 This amended provisions shall enter into force on April 30, 2021.