Boo Kyung Jung

  • Instructor I of Korean

Office Hours

Spring 2021: Monday/Wednesday 9 AM-10 AM

Courses Taught

  • Beginning Korean
  • Intermediate Korean
  • Advanced Korean
  • Reading Chinese characters

Education & Training

  • Ph.D., East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Hawai‘i, Mānoa

Representative Publications

Jung, B.K. (accepted). The nature of L2 input: Analysis of textbooks for learners of Korean as a second language. Korean Linguistics.

Shin, G-H., & Jung, B. K. (accepted). Automatic analysis of learner corpora in Korean: Written production of Korean passive constructions for Mandarin-speaking learners of Korean. International Journal of Learner Corpus Research.

Shin, G-H., & Jung, B. K. (accepted). Input-output relation in L2 acquisition: Textbook and learner writing for adult English-speaking beginners of Korean. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics.

Conference Presentations

Jung, B.K., & Shin, G-H. (August 2021). Revealing input-output relation in second language development: Textbook and learner writing for L2 beginners of Korean. International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA) 2020 in World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Groningen, Netherlands.

Shin, G-H., & Jung, B.K. (August 2021). What automatic measurement of text similarity tells us: Development of second language learner writing. International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA) 2020 in World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Groningen, Netherlands.

Jung, B.K., & Shin, G-H. (March 2021). Measuring text quality of learner writing automatically through txt similarity techniques. Poster presenting at the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Virtual conference.

Jung, B. K. (June 2018). The nature of spaces built by -e/a kaciko and -e/ase in modern spoken Korean. Paper presenting at the Seoul National University-International Conference on Linguistics (SNU-ICL), SNU, Seoul, Korea.

Jung, B. K. (June 2017). “Pairedness of ‘-(u)l swu iss-‘ and ‘-(u)l swu eps-’ in Korean Corpora and their Implications”, American Association of Teaching Korean (AATK), University of Southern California, California, USA.

Research Interests

Korean pedagogy
Corpus linguistics