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Ho Eun Park obtained her BA in French Linguistics and Literature and MA in Korean Linguistics and Literature at Yonsei University. Her MA thesis focuses on establishing pronunciation contents for French-speaking Korean learners, arranging Korean pronunciation items or phenomenon based on the difficulty of learning in order for more effective Korean teaching. She also acquired a Korean teaching certificate from Yonsei university. She is a PhD candidate in the department of Linguistics at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
She is a linguist and Korean instructor who is especially interested in how people process and acquire sounds and sound patterns. She conducted a research on three contrastive stops in Korean—how English speakers effectively make a contrast on Korean stops. Currently, she is looking at phonological patterns of [h] sounds in various language contexts. As a Korean instructor, she taught Korean language at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and King Sejong Institute in Chicago.