Dr. Judith-Janna Märtens, DAAD Lektor for Law
Korea University, Sejong Campus, College of Public Policy – Division of Public Administration
Professor of German Law, in particular Constitutional and Administrative Law, European Law; Law in Interdisciplinary Contexts
Research interests: Constitutional and State Law, in particular Fundamental Rights; Protection of Personality; Administrative Law; Comparative Law
Judith Janna Märtens studied law at the Humboldt University in Berlin and at Westminster University in London. She then worked as a research assistant at the Chair of Constitutional Law at the University of Bremen. Her doctoral thesis entitled “Die Vielfalt des Persönlichkeitsschutzes” was awarded the Bremen Doctoral Prize for the best legal doctoral thesis in 2013/2014. Ms. Märtens completed her legal clerkship at the Scientific Service of the Bundestag and the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, among others. She passed her second state law examination at the Court of Appeal in Berlin. Since September 2016, Ms. Märtens has been a professor and lecturer in law at Korea University.
Till Simon, DAAD-Lektor
Seoul National University, Department of German Language and Literature
Research interests: Modern German Literature, German as a Foreign Language
Till Simon studied German, English, Philosophy and Psychology at the Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg. He already worked from 2008 to 2010 as a DAAD teaching assistant and lecturer at Busan National University and for the Goethe-Institut Korea. Between 2010 and 2015, he obtained a teaching certificate from the Goethe-Institut and the First State Examination for High School Teaching. He also worked at the language centers of RWTH Aachen University and Otto Friedrich University Bamberg. His interests include German and English literature and philosophy. Since March 2017, he has been a DAAD Lektor at the Department of German Language and Literature at Seoul National University.
Andreas Leidig, DAAD Lektor
Andreas Leidig studied History, Latin Philology and German as a Foreign Language at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster and completed two teaching internships in Seoul, South Korea (2012 at the German School Seoul International and 2014 at Ewha Womans University). After completing his master’s degree, he took a teaching assistant position at Yonsei University Seoul from 2015 to 2016, after which he continued his teacher training in Berlin. He successfully completed his teacher traineeship at Gabriele-von-Bülow Gymnasium in the winter of 2017/2018 and has since been working in the Berlin school service until he started his current position as a DAAD Lektor at Yonsei University Seoul in the summer of 2019.
Larissa-Maria Vogl, DAAD Lektor
Keimyung University, Department of German Language & Literature
Research Interests: Interculturality, Acculturation, German as a Foreign Language
Larissa-Maria Vogl studied German as a Foreign Language, Comparative Cultural Studies, Media Sciences and Art History at the University of Regensburg and the University of Reunion Island. In the course of an internship and subsequent projects, she worked for the Goethe-Institut Jakarta in Indonesia. From 2014 to 2016 she acted as a lecturer for German as a Foreign Language at the Center for Language and Communication at the University of Regensburg. Furthermore, she was active as a textbook author for the Bavarian Centre for Political Education, taught in the domain of German for professional purposes and is a language examiner for various German language certificates. In March 2020 she took up her position as a DAAD Lektor at the Department of German Language and Literature at Keimyung University in Daegu.
Janina Bajramovic, DAAD-Teaching Assistant
Pusan National University, Dep. of German Language & Literature
Research interests: Linguistics, German as a Foreign Language, First and second languages in contrast
Janina Bajramovic studied German Language, Literature, Culture and Communication (B.A.), Practical Philosophy (B.A. and M.A.) and German as a Foreign Language (M.A.) at the University of Duisburg-Essen. During her studies, she worked as a tutor in Linguistics and as a student assistant on a research project about the standardization of German in Luxembourg in the 19th Century. Collecting data for her Bachelor thesis (Korean and German in Contrast, Phonetics) in 2017, Janina Bajramovic travelled to South Korea and visited the German faculty at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul. During this three-month internship, she acquired knowledge of didactics and methods of German as a Foreign Language, which she’s been using as a German teacher since her return to Germany. Her Master thesis (2020) was also about the topic “German as a Foreign Language in South Korea”, thematizing the phonetic problems of Korean students of the German language and how to solve these in interactive and methodically multiple ways. Since March 2021, Janina Bajramovic took up her position as a Teaching Assistant at the Pusan National University and will uphold her work for the same university as a DAAD-Lektor right after her assistance.