Juno Baik, Assistant Professor in the Department of Asian and Near Eastern Languages, received his Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics at KyungHee University in 2014. Prior to coming to BYU, he has taught Korean and Second Language Acquisition at various institutions including universities, government institutions, and multinational corporations. His research interest is centered on second language acquisition focusing on the correlation between cognitive abilities and language acquisition.
PhD, Korean Linguistics and Pedagogy, Kyung Hee University, Korea
MA, Korean Linguistics and Pedagody, Kyung Hee University, Korea
BA, Physics, Konkuk University, Korea
language acquisition; cognitive linguistics; psycholinguistics; medieval Korean
Research InterestsHis research interest is centered on second language acquisition focusing on the correlation between cognitive abilities and language acquisition.
Teaching InterestsJuno Baik enjoys teaching opportunities he has had such as reading, general language, or Business Korean classes. He enjoys teaching because he likes to see students learn and have discussions about the topic. He focuses his lessons on teaching grammatical expressions in cognitive linguistics perspective, and practicing them in a authentic context which leads to learners’ uptake.
- Doctor of Philosophy, International Korean Language and Culture , Korean as a Second Language, Kyung Hee University (2014)
- Master of Arts, International Korean Language and Culture , Korean Language Acquisition, Kyung Hee University (2010)
- Bachelor of Science, Physics , Konkuk University (2002)