Graduated from Seoul National University with a B.A. in law and received a Ph.D. in urban planning from Texas A&M University. Since becoming a professor in the Department of Real Estate Studies at Konkuk University in 1986, he has served as a member of the Central Land Evaluation Committee of the Ministry of Construction and Transportation, the Central Cadastral Committee under the Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs, the Fair Taxation Deliberation Committee of the Seoul Regional Tax Office, and the Urban Planning Committee of Gyeonggi-do. In school, he also served as a director of international cooperation and as the dean of Konkuk University's GSRES. He teaches real estate investment and regulations in the real estate industry.

Obtained a bachelor's degree from Seoul National University after majoring in architecture and graduated from the Graduate School of Environmental Studies at the same university. He received his Ph.D. in urban planning from MIT in 1988. He wrote a dissertation on a theory of housing selection based on assets under financing restrictions. After becoming a professor in the Department of Real Estate Studies at Konkuk University in 1988, he authored widely used college textbooks and translated many Japanese and English books on real estate market analysis for industry professionals into Korean. He has been a member of the Presidential Commission on National Economy Council, the Urban Planning Committee, and he served as a strategy advisor for Seoul Metropolitan City. In school, he served as chief of the Public Relations Division and dean of the GSRES. Currently, he is the dean of the College of Political Studies and president of the Konkuk Research Institute of Real Estate and Urban Studies. He lectures on principles of real estate.

Graduated from Seoul National University with a B.A in economics and received a Ph.D. in economics in 1987 from the University of California, Berkeley. Majoring in urban economics and public finance, Professor Son wrote his dissertation on a method for calculating consumer benefits based on commodity market information. After serving as a senior researcher in the Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements and as a chief researcher in the Korea Development Institute (KDI), he joined Konkuk University as a professor in the Department of Real Estate Studies in 1995. He has published numerous papers on market analysis and policy analysis in the field of real estate. He is widely respected as a national authority on housing markets in theory, policymaking, policy analysis, and market analysis. He has served as a secretary of the Public Concept of Land Ownership Research Committee, and as a member of the National Housing Fund Operation Committee and the Housing Policy Deliberation Committee. He also holds the position of strategy advisor with the Korea Housing Finance Corporation. He is the incumbent dean of the GSRES after serving as dean of the College of Political Science and chief of the Planning and Adjustment Division. He teaches land and housing policies and real estate economics.

Graduated from Hanyang University with a B.A. in economics and received a Ph.D. in economics from The Ohio State University in 1994. He wrote a dissertation on the interrelationship between housing demand, housing occupation patterns, and residential movement. After serving as a researcher at the Seoul Development Institute and as a professor in the Department of Real Estate Studies at Daegu University, he came to the Department of Real Estate Studies at Konkuk University in 2001. He has published dozens of papers in relation to operation mechanisms in the real estate market, policy analysis, and market forecasting. He is the chief of the Real Estate Policy Research Center. He teaches quantitative real estate analysis, real estate policies, and real estate economics.

Graduated from Yonsei University with a B.A in business administration and obtained an MBA from Columbia University. He earned a Ph.D. in 1995 from the Department of Economics at Cornell University. His dissertation presented a model in which credit is accumulated using bank collateral with incomplete information. After serving as a researcher at the Korea Institute of Finance (KIF), he became a professor in the Department of Real Estate Studies at Konkuk University in 2001. He has published a number of papers in various fields pertaining to the real estate finance market, on such topics as mortgages and project financing. He is a director of the real estate investment and finance concentration at the GSRES, and lectures on real estate finance and real estate investment and finance.

Graduated from Seoul National University with a B.A. in Urban Engineering and received a Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning from Cornell University with his dissertation, Asset Value, Rent, and Capital Appreciation of the Real Estate Market. After earning his Ph.D., he worked for one of the earliest REITs companies in Korea as a founding director. In 2003, he joined the Department of Real Estate Studies at Konkuk University. He is currently conducting research on commercial and residential development including the funding of such projects. He is also a member of the Alternative Investment Committee in the National Pension Fund, the Free Economic Zone Advisory Committee, the Private Investment Evaluation Committee, and the Urban Planning Committee of Bucheon. In school, he is a director of the concentration in Real Estate Construction & Development. He teaches real estate development, development financing, and urban planning.

Graduated from the College of Business Administration of Seoul National University and obtained both an MBA and a Ph.D. from the same business school in 1997. He wrote his dissertation on the management of marketing activities through relationships among enterprises. After graduation, he worked as a special researcher at the Business Management Research Center of Seoul National University, a special researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a researcher at Global Marketing Research Center of Samsung Electronics. In 2003, Professor Shin joined the Department of Real Estate Studies in Konkuk University. Professor Shin has published a number of papers on relationship marketing among companies, Internet shopping, e-commerce, apartment brands, and real estate brokerage. In school, he is a director of the real estate business and management concentration at the GSRES and a director of the Department of Real Estate Studies in the College of Political Science. He lectures on real estate marketing and market research methodology.

Graduated from Yonsei University with a B.S in Civil Engineering and an M.S in Architectural Engineering, and received a Ph.D. in the Div. of Construction Engineering and Management from Purdue University in 2001. He wrote his dissertation on quantifying risk in the construction business through simulation. He worked for the Korea Institute of Construction Technology as a senior researcher. In 2004, he joined the Department of Real Estate Studies in Konkuk University. He has published numerous journal articles in various areas of construction management and real estate development projects. He is a prominent candidate for the Marquis who's who in his field. In school, he is a director of the full-time master's degree program. He lectures on construction management and decision-making theory.

Graduated from Konkuk University, majoring in real estate, and obtained his master's and Ph.D. in real estate science from Nihon University in Japan. In his dissertation he conducted an impact analysis of reverse mortgages on the national economy in Japan. He worked for the Korea Housing Bank after graduation and then as an assistant professor at Mokwon University in Korea. He came to the Department of Real Estate Studies at Konkuk University in 2005. His recent work focuses on elderly housing in an aging society. In school, he is a director of the international real estate business concentration in the GSRES. He teaches real estate appraisal and introduction to real estate studies.

Majored in urban engineering at Seoul National University and received a Ph.D. in urban design from the same university. He wrote his dissertation on sustainable urban policy. After working at Seoul National University's Engineering Research Center, the Hana Urban Research Institute, and OCS International, he joined the Department of Real Estate Studies at Konkuk University in 2007. He is a national authority in the field of new city development, large mixed-use development projects, and zoning regulations. In school he is a director of CEO program and teaches urban planning, site planning, and location theory.

Graduated from the college of Business Administration of Seoul National University. He received a master's degree in real estate in 2001 and another master's degree as well as a Ph.D. in economics from Cornell University in 2005. He wrote a dissertation on risk management related to securitized commercial mortgages. He became a professor in the Department of Real Estate Studies at Konkuk University in 2007. In school, he manages international affiliation and accreditation issues. He teaches microeconomics, econometrics, and corporate finance.