Juneho earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (B.B.A.), a master’s degree in Economics (i.e. International Trade / Logistics) and had studied Ph.D. from Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea. Also, he had worked as a member of a business strategy team in broadcasting industry for two years. Subsequently, he was awarded a Ph.D. in Management Studies (i.e. Operations and Supply Chain Management) from the University of Liverpool in UK (2009 - 2013).
Juneho has gained experience in publications, leading training programs, and undertaking consultancy / research projects that were funded by the research organisations (e.g. 2013) or the public sector (e.g. 2011-2012). The current research interests include the areas of product variety and customisation issues in strategy, project, operations and global supply chain management (& Logistics), as well as international business/trade. He is a reviewer of prestigious international journals (e.g. IJPDLM, IJLRA, IJLM, IJPE) and his recent publications are at the 'International Journal of Production Economics' (2017), 'International Journal of Logistics Management' (2017) and 'Operations Management Research' (2016).
Juneho is currently teaching Project and Operations (& Supply Chain) Management in the Hope Business School for undergraduates and postgraduates (MA & IMBA) and working as a Level H programme Co-ordinator and Master’s award director of Business Management Programme (2013 - ).