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Cho Soo jin

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Cho Soo jin
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Born (1973-10-06) October 6, 1973 (age 50)
🏫 EducationUniversity of Pennsylvania, Stockholm School of Economics
💼 Occupation
Author, English Educator
Known forCreate diverse content utilizing knowledge in both English language and fashion.
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Overviews[edit]

Soojin Cho worked as a top TOEIC instructor at YBM for a considerable time before teaching English at an international school in China. She has been a major contributor to promoting European culture, English learning, fashion, and Korean culture through online lectures, articles, columns, and courses aimed at Swedish residents. Furthermore, she has published eight books, and she currently works as an English content educator, striving to promote Korean culture by delivering lectures on [Squid Game Humanities] and [Fashion English] to Swedes to promote K-Culture. Her latest book, [Fashion X English], published in March 2022, has garnered significant attention in the English learning community as a new approach to combining fashion and English.[1]

Soojin writes a series of columns on fashion, English, and Korean culture and constantly develops content to help students learn both English and Korean popular culture. She completed her Master of Education at the University of Pennsylvania (UPENN) in the United States and is presently pursuing an Executive MBA at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) in Sweden.

Life[edit]

Soojin Cho was born as the youngest of three daughters to Jong-ryeol Cho, the founder of Ilmi Food (www.ilmi-food.com), Korea's leading pickle company. From a young age, she dreamed of becoming a national taekwondo athlete and showed extraordinary talent in the sport. However, after completing her teaching job, she became interested in public education and obtained a teacher's license before going on to graduate school in the United States. She excelled in her studies and earned an unusual A+ grade on an assignment submitted to Professor Terresa Pica at the University of Pennsylvania, which was used to teach juniors at UPENN. She graduated early, mainly taking five credits per semester over two and a half years until her graduation thesis, and then three credits per semester. She spent seven years as a TOEIC instructor and worked as an English teacher at an international school for three years before moving to Stockholm, Sweden in 2019.

As an EBS global reporter, Soojin Cho writes articles on English learning for Europeans[2], environmental education[3], and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses in European schools[4]. Through her work, she also shares her unique teaching method for learning English.

Activities[edit]

After working as a TOEIC instructor at YBM[5] [6] and teaching high school students at an international school in China, she moved to Stockholm in 2019 due to her husband's appointment as an expatriate in Sweden. For the past five years, she has been writing articles that combine English and fashion in a column called [Fashion English], which has gained popularity among locals. Additionally, she teaches Korean, her native language, to elementary school students at Stockholm International School (SIS) and has been promoting Korean culture through fashion and English.

Soojin Cho also contributes articles about Korean and English through English learning and cultural content through a column called [All About English][7] . In addition to her passion for education, she is academically committed to European-style economics, management, and environmental protection, including business management, economics, finance, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and sustainability topics, through her postgraduate studies at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE).

Column and Books[edit]

CHO SOOJIN's English Research Institute: https://www.u-toeic.com

<<Lecture on Fashion English>> - https://free.ybmclass.com/free/eng/eng_fashion.asp

<<Class 101 lecture on the exciting collaboration between fashion and English>> - https://class101.net/ko/products/62fdae2d0e363a001429ad9c

<<Joynews24 English column>> https://www.joynews24.com/view/1564950

<<Business Report English column>> http://www.businessreport.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=36227

<<Book - [FashionXEnglish]>> http://www.yes24.com/Product/Goods/108404296

<<Book - Dosirak TOEIC>> https://book.naver.com/bookdb/book_detail.nhn?bid=6763436&stay=y

<<Book - Total Conquest of TOEIC Reading>> https://book.naver.com/bookdb/book_detail.nhn?bid=6991806&stay=y

<<Book - JinDalRae TOEIC Project LC>> https://book.naver.com/bookdb/book_detail.nhn?bid=7393526&stay=y

<<Book - JinDalRae TOEIC Project RC>> https://book.naver.com/bookdb/book_detail.nhn?bid=7393552&stay=y

<<Book - JinDalRae TOEIC Porject Voca>> https://book.naver.com/bookdb/book_detail.nhn?bid=7449619&stay=y

Articles and Interviews

Articles and Interviews[edit]

<<Interview - EBS News Interview ‘English Education’>> https://news.ebs.co.kr/ebsnews/allView/20501081/N

<<Articles - EBS News Nobel Prizes>> https://news.ebs.co.kr/ebsnews/menu1/newsAllView/60119623/H?eduNewsYn=R&newsFldDetlCd=CORNER_17

<<Articles - EBS News Sweden IB>> https://news.ebs.co.kr/ebsnews/menu1/newsAllView/20496749/H?eduNewsYn=R&newsFldDetlCd=CORNER_17

<<Articles - EBS News Covid-19 in Sweden>> https://news.ebs.co.kr/ebsnews/allView/20481618/N

<<Articles - EBS News Climate Changes>> https://news.ebs.co.kr/ebsnews/menu1/newsAllView/20474434/H?eduNewsYn=R&newsFldDetlCd=CORNER_17

<<Articles - EBS News Swedish Equality Education>> https://news.ebs.co.kr/ebsnews/allView/20469355/N

<<Articles - EBS News English Education in Sweden>> https://home.ebs.co.kr/ebsnews/menu1/newsAllView/20462007/N?eduNewsYn=R

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