Carrying Out “Love in Deed” as a Researcher in Korean Dance
Converging Korean dance and contemporary issues
|Copy URL / Share SNS||
Dance is a form of art at a holistic and advanced stage, and it can have an enormous social influence. Also known as a “moving poem,” it can be difficult to translate a dance into solid writing because there are countless expressions connoted in it. However, Hanyang University alumnus, Kim Yoon-ji (Department of Dance, '01), has continued to put her efforts into promoting the excellence of Korean dance in various research. She has succeeded in conducting both independent and joint research converging the concept of dance and the contemporary issues on the rise. Kim’s passion for dance has led her to become the biggest research fund beneficiary in the field of dance in the last five years, receiving 16.4 million won.
“I want to become a humble intellectual who can carry out love in deed, especially to Hanyang University, and I wish for all Hanyang University students to pursue their own happiness,” Kim concluded. She plans on continuing her study of converging Korean dance with society as a researcher and promote the artistry of Korean dance to the international community.
This week's top news
Kimchi, Korea’s Historical and Conventional Icon
Korean Traditional Colors
[Researcher of the Month] Reducing Fine Dust From GDI Engines
Contrast between Korean and English
[Researcher of the Month] Customizing Breast Cancer Treatment through Big Data
[Researcher of the Month] Effective Use of Photocatalysts to Combat Environmental Problems
2017 JoongAng Ilbo University Rankings, Seoul Ranked 3rd · ERICA 9th
[Researcher of the Month] How ‘Fit' Are You With Your Boss?
[ERICA's Innovation] A Healthy Society Comes from Healthy Communication, Professor Lee Byung-kwan, Department of Advertising & Public Relations
[Excellent R&D] Building a System for Urban Ecosystems