Hae-joon’s work focuses on landscape heritage and its role in nature conservation.
Hae-Joon Jung is Assistant Professor in Landscape Planning at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Keimyung University, Korea. Hae-joon’s work focuses on landscape heritage and its role in nature conservation. He is a world-leading expert in Korean traditional ecological knowledge, focusing particularly on ancient grove villages (maeulsoop) and bibo feng shui, a traditional form of Korean geomancy and somatic practice used to achieve harmony between humans and their natural environment. Before joining Keimyung University, Hae-joon was Research Associate at the Environmental Policy Institute, Seoul National University, and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Sheffield (UK).