Korean Ministries Staff

Rev. Dr. Joshua Hungsoo Park

Spiritual Mentor, Academic Advisor, Pastoral Counselor & Coordinator for Korean Ministry
 

Dr. Joshua Hungsoo Park serves as the coordinator for Korean ministry as well as the academic advisor, spiritual mentor and pastoral counselor to Korean students. Prior to his role at Gordon-Conwell, Dr. Park taught biblical studies and theology for more than five years; pastored the campus church at Seoul National University for eight years, where he earned a B.A. and M.A.; and co-founded Bible Korea Movement. He holds an M.A. in Old Testament (Gordon-Conwell), an M.Div. degree (Gordon-Conwell), a Th.M. (Gordon-Conwell) and a D.Min. (Regent University). 

  • Office Hours: Spring/Fall Semester, Monday- Friday, 8:30am - 3:30pm
    (Lunch Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm)
  • Office: South Hamilton Campus, Academic Center #238
  • Telephone: 978-578-3971
  • E-mail: hpark@gordonconwell.edu
  • Rev. Park is available to communicate in both English and Korean.

Beth Jooyun Park
Spiritual Mentor, Academic Advisor, Pastoral Counselor for Korean Students
 

Beth Jooyun Park serves as the academic advisor, spiritual mentor, and pastoral counselor to Korean students. Prior to her role at Gordon-Conwell, Beth Park taught biblical studies at the campus church at Seoul National University where she earned a B.A. She holds an M.A. in New Testament (Gordon-Conwell), an M.Div. degree and a Th.M.  in Old Testament (Torch Trinity Theological Seminary), and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. (London School of Theology). 

 

  • Office: South Hamilton Campus,  Academic Center #238
  • Telephone: 917-952-4617
  • E-mail: jyelizabeth@gmail.com
  • Rev. Park is available to communicate in both English and Korean.

Kyeon Heo
Kyeon Heo is a current M.Div student who graduated from University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Prior to his arrival at Gordon-Conwell, he worked for as the communications specialist at the University of Illinois before heading out to Korea to teach at Dong-Ah Institute of Media and Arts. During his stay in Korea, he also served in a church plant as the Young Adult Pastor. Kyeon is currently the EM President of Korean Student Association (EM). He has a passion for overseas missions and campus ministry and hope to be part of that long-term after graduation.