||Jin, Songhwa. (2021). Perceptions of English writing and feedback from students majoring in arts and physical education. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 29(2), 115-141. The purpose of this study was to find out the perceptions of English writing and feedback from college students majoring in arts and physical education. Students received feedback on their English writing three times: once from their teacher and twice from their peers. The students were asked to correct their writing after receiving the feedback. The findings were as follows: First, the learners were not interested and confident in English writing, but they recognized the need to write in English. Second, learners wanted to write English reports or resumes that would help them get a job in the future. Third, as the need for writing increased, learners showed different aspects in their preferences for the types of writing class activities. Finally, the learners recognized the importance of feedback from both their peers and their teacher. According to the survey, the learners answered that the teacher feedback was more helpful than the peer feedback.