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The Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters is collaborating with the National Research Foundation of Korea to make content from the Korean Citation Index (KCI) accessible via the Web of Science.
This initiative expects to bring greater visibility and improved access to research being produced in South Korea, particularly in social sciences and humanities. The KCI content will be made available as a new dataset, the KCI Korean Journal Database, on the Web of Science platform.

The KCI Korean Journal Database will connect to the leading indices within the Web of Science, including the Data Citation IndexSM, MEDLINE and BIOSIS Citation Index. This should enable researchers to review and analyse the regional content alongside top-tier international literature.
The KCI Korean Journal Database will provide access to text from approximately 2,000 scholarly journals, over 1,800 of which are new to the Web of Science. The addition of the KCI Korean Journal Database to the Web of Science will follow a similar model to that of the SciELO Citation Index, which was integrated within the Web of Science in early 2014, as well as the Chinese Science Citation Database, hosted within the Web of Science since 2008. The KCI Korean Journal Database will be accessible to all Web of Science users in the latter part of 2014.