Hyo Sang Lee (Ph.D, in linguistics, 1991 UCLA), is a associate professor of Korean language and linguistics and the Korean language program coordinator at Dept. of East Asian Languages and Cultures. He teaches all levels of Korean language as well as Korean linguistics and Korean Language and Culture. His research area is a discourse-pragmatic approach to language, giving accounts for how communicative functions of language and communicative strategies of its users shape the way language is structured. He was the 6th (2009-2012) President of American Association of Teachers of Korean (AATK), the representative organization of Korean language instructors in North America.



Photo: Church Steeple near Dongdaemun, Seoul / John Finch

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