Baekdudaegan National Arboretum
After obtaining my master's degree from Seoul Women's University in 2015, I embarked on my research career as a researcher at the Korea National Arboretum of the Korea Forest Service. During this tenure, my research was dedicated to forest conservation within the Gwangneung Forest UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. In 2019, I transitioned to the role of researcher at the Baekdudaegan National Arboretum, also under the auspices of the Korea Arboreta and Gardens Institute. I successfully obtained my doctoral degree from the same university in 2023. Currently, my research is primarily focused on forest biodiversity conservation at the Wild Plant Seed Bank, encompassing diverse studies such as seed collection, utilization research, and species distribution modeling.