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This study sets out to investigate whether English skills-based international students' attitudes toward Korean have changed after studying Korean language over the last one semester. Twenty-eight international students who entered into the university based on English skills participated in two questionnaire surveys in March and September 2019, respectively. The results showed that their attitudes toward Korean changed positively, particularly in the interest in learning Korean and favoritism of Korean people. In addition, the fear of learning Korean had been weakened over the last six months, which can be a good sign in improving Korean proficiency. The degree of exposure to Korean, Korean people and Korean culture, including the number of students who had a part-time job increased. When the level of English skills was applied to the attitude changes as a variable, the attitudes toward Korean did not change proportionally as per the level of English skills. However, it was noticeable that attitudes of the group in the highest level of English skills changed in the most positive degree. Looking at the results of this study, it is possible to suggest that the attitudes can change positively after taking a Korean language study, which is likely to affect the degree of exposure to Korean, Korean people and Korean culture. In addition, the results of the study may strengthen the belief that the international students who entered into the university based on English skills are able to complete their studies in Korea successfully as long as they are learning Korean language in the university.