Grammatical Errors in Persian by Korean Learners

Persian is a less studied language in Korea. Only one university in Korea, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Seoul), provides Persian courses in its Persian department. The students in this department start learning Persian from the first year of their entrance to the university. This department has 12 language classes (among 20) in the first semester and 13 (among 20) in the second semester.
We have collected sentences that students have made in several language classes and analyzed the sentences to find the errors that Korean students frequently makes. Moreover, we attempted to explain why those errors were frequently made by contrastive analysis of the grammar of this language and the students’ native language, Korean. Furthermore, we assumed that English grammar might affect the students making the errors in Persian since English is their first foreign language.