This report is a practice report of the classes that featured the theme of “Japanese culture” for Korean university students. I told university students to give a talk about “interested Japanese culture”. I investigated what of “the Japanese culture” a Korean university student wanted to know in the announcement how. As a result, many of the students investigated “Annual Events”, “Wedding” and “Public Transportation”. Also, university students were interested in “marriage”, “police”, “public transportation”, “cat”, “bath” and so on. Also, these themes were not found in the teaching materials provided by each publisher. However, teaching only the themes that students are interested in is not enough to know the culture. From now on, I would like to continue researching, listening to students' opinions, selecting topics of interest, and trying to teach “the culture that living the Japanese people”.