You are invited to attend the UQ Korean Studies Centre Webinar exploring employability and career development opportunities in Korea.

This webinar series is co-hosted by the Korean Studies Centre at the University of Queensland (Australia) & Center for Australian Studies, Yonsei University (Korea) and consists of a 25 minute talk of the invited speaker followed by 15 minutes of comments from 2 discussants and a further 20 minute Q&A.



Mr William B Choi (CEO, POSTURE360) is a tech entrepreneur, speaker, and advisor to high growth companies and is the Founder and CEO of Posture360, a Smart wearable SaaS platform that relieves people of back pain worldwide with sensors embedded in posture correcting products. With two successful exits, and having led investments and teams in several startups ranging from consumer technology, healthtech to AI and Big Data, he has received several innovation awards and been recognized for his achievements. He Co-Authored “The First 99 Milestones” an intensive 3 day entrepreneurship boot camp held at UBC in Vancouver, Canada, and guest lectured at Seoul National University, Korea University, HUFs, and Sungyugwan University MBA Programs. William is on the Faculty at the Norwich Medical School having helped launch “The Clinical Leadership & amp; Entrepreneurship Program” at the UEA based in the UK, and is The Executive Director of The Startup Seoul Accelerator.


Professor Heejin Lee (Director, CAS, Yonsei University)
Dr Isaac Lee (Head of Korean Program,The University of Queensland)
Ms Yeun Ji Cho (School of Languages and Cultures, The University of Queensland)


Honorary Associate Professor Jae-Hoon Jung (Co-Director, Korean Studies Centre, The University of Queensland)


Brisbane, Australia: Thursday 17 March 2022 from 5-6pm.

Seoul, Korea: Thursday 17 March 2022 from 4-5pm.


About HASS Career Seminar Series

The HASS Career Seminar Series invites HASS industry and alumni to participate in online panel discussions where students have the opportunity to ask questions and learn how the panel used their HASS degrees and skills to help them transition into careers after graduation.

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