I think because it's a korean person that is also a student. I think 한국의 학생 is student of korean.
I thought the first part with that symbol (I can't download the Korean keyboard) meant the Korean language. So that sentence would mean "A student of Korean language".. I think?
어 at the end of a country means the language of that country. So 한국 is Korea and 한국어 is the Korea language; 영 is England and 영어 is English.
Uh, does this mean Korean student like a Korean person who is a student, or like a person who studies Korean? doesn't seem right either way lol.