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I received an M.A in Korean Language and Literature from Yonsei University, specializing in Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language in 2018. I am currently a Ph.D. candidate at Yonsei. I have explored and analyzed KFL learners’ errors and usage patterns. I have also participated in various projects, “Construction of Korean Learner Corpus (National Institute of the Korean Language, 2016~2020)”, “Building AI-based Korean Language Learning Support Services (King Sejong Institute Foundation, 2020)”, and “Study of Linguistic Knowledge Using Deep Learning Models (National Research Foundation of Korea, 2020~2021)”.
“A Study on Diversity of Vocabulary and Expression Patterns in Korean Learners’ Writing”, Presented in the 14th International Conference on Korean Language, Literature, and Culture, 2018.
“An Analysis on Readability of Korean Reading Textbooks”, Presented in 2018 International Conference on Bilingual Learning and Teaching, 2018.
“A Sociolinguistic Research on the Usage of Address Terms Between University Students”, Journal of Bangyo Language and Literature, 52, 2019.
“Analysis on Lexical Density and Sophistication in Korean Learners’ Spoken Language”, PEOPLE: International Journal of Social Sciences, 5(3), 2019.
“A Study on the Development of a Formula for Measuring Difficulty of Korean Reading Texts”, Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language, 58, 2020.