You mean you want to take a master degree of laws in Korea? As far as I know, Korean universities only provide Korean law classes, because their goal is training students who specialize Korean laws. Therefore, it's nonsense to provide law classes in English, because those students will work for Korean clients in Korean court after they become a lawyer. Korean laws are different from yours. So it will be a waste of time to get the Korean degree unless you have a plan to be a lawyer in Korea. So you don't have to find law classes in English either.
@Whykiki thank you! Yes I know that the classes are going to be in Korean. I will be giving TOPIK tests so will know for sure if I am fit for the master degree. One of my seniors have joined SNU so I wanted to know more about it!
I'm pretty sure that TOPIK is not enough to help you understand Korean laws. The Laws and theories include various fields of Korean society. That means there're many technical terms which even native Koreans are not familiar with. Anyways, good luck.
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