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Su-Jin Cho. 2009. (A)Study for Intercultural Education in affective domain of Korean Language Education. Journal of International Network for Korean Language and Culture. Vol.6-2. 185-207. Cultures are in separable from languages. Earlier approaches of teaching culture focused on Korean heritage. There are three types of presentation on culture in the textbooks. They focused on the information about cultural events and heritage, cultural meanings and skills of Korean language, and cultures in daily life. Considering the concept of intercultural competence, this study proposes the four phases of affective teaching-learning model in conformity with the phases of acculturation. Affective approaches affect cognitive and functional approaches on culture. This study suggests four phases of intercultrual teaching model. The four phases are as follows: open attitude, logical attitude, acceptive attitude, integrated attitude.(Sogang University)