Institute of Korean Studies
Freie Universität Berlin
PhD Candidate (Fellow)
M.A. Sociology, Bielefeld University, Germany, 2018.
B.A. Political Science and International Affairs, Yonsei University, South Korea, 2013.
Suhon Lee is a political sociologist and Darwinian left. His research interests lie at the intersection of democratic theory, principle of nationality, and international mobility.
At the Korea-Europe Center, he has tutored in summer schools and conducted annual surveys on public diplomacy. He also co-organized a symposium on state sovereignty at the Graduate School of East Asian Studies.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
• The Rise of South Korea’s Soft Power in Europe – A Survey Analysis of Public Diplomacy (coauthors: S.Y. Cho, D. Claus-Kim, and E.J. Lee). 2023. Korea Observer, 54(3) (forthcoming).
• The Korean Wave: Fans, Consumers, Activists, and Entrepreneurs in Germany (coauthors: S.Y. Cho and E.J. Lee). 2021. Korea Focus Working Paper 15, FU Berlin.
• Removing the Stigma of Divorce: Happiness Before and After Remarriage. 2018. SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research, 961, DIW Berlin.