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Department of Pharmacy

College of Pharmacy

College of Pharmacy aims to develop pharmacy professionals that answer to the needs in the 21st century as global leaders!College of Pharmacy

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Korea University’s College of Pharmacy, located in Sejong, the center of South Korea, started pharmacy education with a 6-year-program in 2011. The college is associated with six national organizations nearby Osong: Korea Food & Drug Administration, Korea Health Industry Development Institution, National Health Institute, Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Korea Food & Drug Administration, Korea Human Resource Development Institute for Health &Welfare. This is to create professional human resources who are suitable for working at a global-level organization developing high-tech products such as New Medicine Development Center, Advanced Medical Device Development Center, Laboratory Animal Center, Clinical Drug Manufacturing Center; and talented individuals who are required by the medical and healthcare industry in Sejong city. Our department works together with the Daedeok Research Complex in order to provide students with biomedicine-based technology and knowledge.

Korea University’s College of Pharmacy has the passion and spirit to produce global talents that will lead the field of pharmacy domestically and internationally. As a result, our research competence and educational outcomes will be maximized, and eventually become a cornerstone of new medicine development.

Our goal is to train students to have professional pharmacy knowledge, practical business skills, and international communication skills, and furthermore to become pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists who are global leaders as described in the following way.
1. Establishment of an education system focused on basic and clinical pharmacology research pioneering the advancement of new medicine development and cutting-edge medical research.
2. Implementation of a systemic education curriculum that helps to nurture adequate industrial/administrative professional capacity meeting the demand of businesses and government agencies.
3. Implementation of a systemic education curriculum that develops professional pharmacological knowledge and professional attitude which are essential for clinical pharmacists to provide high quality medical and healthcare services.
4. Reinforcement of education that instills global mindset in students to advance the qualitative development of Korea’s field of pharmacology and its related areas.


Location : Room 125(Administrative Support Team), College of Pharmacy
Tel : +82-44–860–1360
Fax : +82-44–860–1589
Address : Sejong Campus, Korea University, 2511 Sejong-ro, Sejong City [339-700]


Name Position Telephone E-mail Department Degree
Yuk Soonhong Professor 044-860-1612 shyuk@korea.ac.kr Physical Pharmacy, Drug Delivery System Ph.D.
Park Songkyu Professor 044-860-1614 spark123@korea.ac.kr Pharmacology, Molecular Pharmacology Ph.D.
Jeon Youngho Professor 044-860-1615 yhjeon@korea.ac.kr Biochemistry, Structural Biology Ph.D.
Hwang Youngja Professor 044-860-1621 yjhwang@korea.ac.kr Preventive Pharmacy, Metabolomics Ph.D.
Lee Kiho Professor 044-860-1616 kiholee@korea.ac.kr Pharmacokinetics Phar.D.
Byun Yongjoo Professor 044-860-1619 yjbyun1@korea.ac.kr Medicinal Chemistry, Molecular Imaging Phar.D.
Choi Sangeun Professor 044-860-1617 sechoi@korea.ac.kr Pharmacogenomics Ph.D.
Lee Eunhee Professor 044-860-1620 eunheelee@korea.ac.kr Pharmaceutics Phar.D.
Jung Yongwoo Professor 044-860-1618 yjung@korea.ac.kr Pathophysiology M.D.
Song Daesub Professor 044-860-1625 sds1@korea.ac.kr Preclinical Science D.V.M.,
Kim Jeongki Associate
044-860-1613 jkfrancis@korea.ac.kr Microbiology Ph.D.
Lee Kiyong Associate
044-860-1623 kylee11@korea.ac.kr Pharmacognosy Phar.D.
Kim Kyungim Associate
044-860-1624 kim_ki@korea.ac.kr Clinical Pharmacy Phar.D.
Choi Sooan Assistant
044-860-1626 sachoi@korea.ac.kr Pharmacology Phar.D.
Jaebong Jang Assistant
044-860-1622 jaebong_jang@korea.ac.kr Medicinal Chemistry/Synthetic Pharmaceutical Chemistry Phar.D.
Soohwan Oh Assistant
044-860-1621 soohwanoh@korea.ac.kr Molecular Biology/Transcriptomics                Ph.D.

Career Paths after Graduation

Going to Graduate School (master/doctor’s degree) : After completing the 2+4 year-pharmacy education, students can go to graduate school in order to acquire more professional and profound knowledge about medicine. At Pharmacy Graduate School, students conduct research on a specific field of expertise, so they gain enough knowledge and experience to become an expert. After getting a degree, they work at the field which requires professionalism as in research institutes run by biomedicine industries, government, and universities.

Working at Pharmaceutical Company : Pharmacists play an important role in various areas of pharmaceutical companies. They may work at the company’s headquarters, the manufacturing department, and research labs depending on their aptitude. Tasks at the headquarters are sales, marketing, academic development, and management support. Tasks at the manufacturing department are to produce medicines of good quality, and manage the quality control through GMP and GLP. Works at the laboratory are focused on new drug development in a way of discovering potential drugs, developing dosage forms, and evaluating its effectiveness.

Pharmacists at National Organizations : They are in charge of teaching and monitoring the permission, production and distribution of drugs, and new medicine. National organizations they work for are: Korea Food & Drug Administration; Health Industry Development Institute; National Institute of Health; Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Ministry of Health and Welfare; Intellectual Property Office; National Criminal & Investigation Laboratory.

Hospital Pharmacists : Hospital pharmacists manage, prescribe, and administer medicine; give instructions about medication; and provide information about medicine to patients in a secondary or tertiary hospital. The roles of hospital pharmacists are expected to increase because clinical training is enhanced in six year-education, and accordingly the college produces pharmacists with professional knowledge and practical skills.

Community Pharmacists : After graduating from the college, students can obtain a Pharmacists’ License once they pass National Pharmacy Examination. Then, they can open a private pharmacy, or work at a general pharmacy as a manager. Community pharmacists need professional knowledge about medicine and business mindset to run a pharmacy. They take on important responsibility in prescribing and giving medicine to patients in community.