In this paper a new textbook series published by The National Institute of Korean Language in 2019 is analyzed for its three shortcomings in promoting gender equality and inclusiveness. First, the new textbook series are still assuming that women are the primary caretakers of the house and children. Second, the series questionably address people’s appearances in the text, in forms such as fat-shaming. Lastly, the new textbook series engage in trying to normalize Koreanness. An interview with a marriage immigrant was conducted to give insight about if these aspects are truly problematic in a perspective of the marriage immigrant.