This study investigates the possibility of broadening Korean terminology research by examining Quebecois terminology research under the “Quebecois School,” which shows unique academic characteristics. Specifically, under the argument that Quebecois terminology qualifies as socioterminology, three areas that can be referenced in future Korean terminology research were analyzed: terminotics, ad hoc terminology, and terminometry. Accordingly, this study presents three tasks for future Korean terminology research: integration of neighborhood studies, user-centered study, and follow-up study on terminology development. Since 1998, Korean terminology has developed both in theory and practice. However, in order to further elevate the current terminology, active academic exchanges at the world level are required. The present study is in line with this goal, and it is expected that various efforts to develop terminology research will eventually lead to “Korean School” with original characteristics.