With international migration and globalization, Korean society has reached a point of recognition and cultural acceptance of multicultural society. This study explores the background and process of two Egyptian female Muslims' settlement into Korean society, their adaptation to Korean society and whether Korean society is prejudiced against them, their acceptance of Korean culture, and their discussions on maintaining their identity as Arabs or Muslims through narrative analysis in qualitative perspective. It is applied that the social and cultural acceptance attitudes of migrant Egyptian single and married women to Korean society in this study, we can see that they are not categorized into one specific type in Berry's cultural adaptation model. This is due to the different demographic and sociological factors such as age, gender, education, social status and attitude toward religion, and cultural factors. In the narrative of the interviews, migrant Egyptian women did not become separated or marginalized in Korean society, but generally represented a type of integration and assimilation that positively accepts Korean society and Koreans and tries to adapt to Korean society, or a third or transnational identity.
Ⅱ. 디아스포라와 디아스포라 내러티브 연구
Ⅲ. 국내 이주 이집트 여성 대상의 디아스포라내러티브 분석
Ⅳ. 결론: 문화적응의 방향