King Sejong Institute (세종학당, Sejong Hakdang) is the brand name of Korean-language institutes established by the South Korean government around the world since 2007. The institute’s name refers to King Sejong the Great, the inventor of Hangeul, Korean alphabet. As of June 2021, there were 234 King Sejong Institutes in 82 countries.

King Sejong Institute Copenhagen

King Sejong Institute Copenhagen is the first and only KSI in Denmark. Koreansk Kulturcenter is an afternoon school of Copenhagen municipality with special focus on Korean language and culture education in Denmark. Since 2020, Koreansk Kulturcenter provides Korean education as KSI in Denmark an agreement with KSI foundation. The center resides in Copenhagen and is headed by Headmaster Yi, KyungHee.