This study examined the current situation of foreign language education, teacher training, and education in Korea and China. The analysis and comparison of both countries’ educational policies, problems, and improvement strategies revealed several aspects that require attention. When foreign language education policies are established and enforced in the future, more attention should be given to the rigorous systematization of foreign language curriculum. Furthermore, in the context of intensifying globalization, it is necessary to provide diverse foreign language subject options to allow students to learn various foreign languages and improve their multicultural awareness. Finally, foreign language teacher training and education should be promoted more intensively to empower teachers with the competence and qualifications necessary to make them excellent agents in delivering foreign language education to learners.
Ⅱ. Foreign language education in Korea
Ⅲ. Foreign language education in China
Ⅳ. Strategies for the improvement of foreign language education in Korea and China