Danielle Ooyoung Pyun

Associate Professor, DEALL
Faculty in Korean Studies

Professor D. Ooyoung Pyun specializes in Korean language pedagogy with particular interests in individual learner variables in second/foreign language learning and issues in inter-language pragmatics. Her recent and forthcoming publications include a book, Colloquial Korean: The Complete Course for Beginners (co-authored with Inseok Kim, Routledge, 2009), an edited volume, Teaching and Learning Korean as a Foreign Language: A Collection of Empirical Studies (co-edited with Andrew S. Byon, National East Asian Languages Resource Center at the Ohio State University, 2012) and research articles in such journals as Language, Culture and Curriculum, and the Canadian Modern Language Review. She serves on the editorial board of the journal, The Korean Language in America. Prof. Pyun teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Korean culture, Korean language, and Korean language pedagogy.

Areas of Expertise
  • Korean Pedagogy
Education
  • Ph.D., Foreign and Second Language Education, The Ohio State University

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