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Tae-Gyun Park, is a Professor of Korean Studies at Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University. He was a Visiting Fellow at the Harvard-Yenching Institute (HYI) from 1997-1999, and a HYI Coordinate Research Scholar from 2007-2008. He studied Korean history (B.A., M.A., and Ph.D.) at Seoul National University. His dissertation is on "Origins of the Koreas’ Development Plans in the 1950s and 1960s". He has served as a standing advisor to the television documentary series “A Biographical History of Contemporary Korea” (KBS) and “The Truth Can Now Be Told” (MBC) and an editorial board member of academic journals Pacific Affairs (published by the University of British Columbia) and Yeoksa Bipyeong (Historical Criticism). His works include A Study of Jo Bong-am, Regional Order in East Asia: From Empire to Community (co-authorship), The Korean War: The Unfinished War, the War That Must End, and Ally and Empire: Two Myths in Korea-U.S. Relationship (AKS Press,2012) and "Beyond the Myth: Reassessing the Security Crisis in the mid 1960s on the Korean Peninsula" (Pacific Affairs, 2009).
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