Youngjun Kim, Captain, Republic of Korean Army

Youngjun Kim

Captain, Republic of Korean Army

Youngjun Kim is an active duty army officer of the Republic of Korean Army and a Permanent Military Professor of International Politics at the Korean National Defense University. Capt. Kim graduated from the Korea Military Academy in Seoul in 2003, and did postgraduate study at King's College London, where he obtained an MSc in Public Service Policy and Management. He is currently working on a PhD in History at KU under the tutelage of Prof. Adrian Lewis on a Department of Defense scholarship. His research is focused on the Soviet Union's influence on the creation of the North Korean Army from 1945 to 1950. "KU's Office of Graduate Military Programs supports military officers and veterans to study in a resource-rich environment that includes close contact with the CGSC, and its functions are connected not only to the U.S. military and federal institutions but also to the international and global community."

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