KOSSDA holds in its collection a vast range of Korean quantitative and qualitative data and literatures across diverse
social science disciplines encompassing political, economic, social, and cultural areas. The quantitative data collection
includes survey data and aggregated statistical data, and the qualitative data collection includes documents, field notes,
and interview and narrative history data.
KOSSDA’s literature holdings include academic journals and research monographs. KOSSDA’s data collections,
along with the standardized metadata, are digitized and available to users through a single KOSSDA database system.