Professor of Buddhist Art History, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
Tong asiakubŏpsŭngkwa indo ŭipulgyoyujŏk (East Asian pilgrims and Indian Buddhist monuments), edited and coauthored, Seoul: Sahoep’yŏngnon, 2009.
Indo ŭipulgyomisul (Indian Buddhist artfrom the National Museum, New Delhi), exhibition catalogue, Seoul: Korea Foundation, 2006.
Afghanistan, irŏbŏrinmunmyŏng (Afghanistan, a lost civilization), Sah’oepyŏngnon, 2004.
Gandhāra misul(Gandhāran art), Seoul: Sakyejul, 2003.
“Presenting the Buddha: Images, Conventions, and Significance in Early Indian Buddhism,” in Art of Merit: Studies in Buddhist Art and Conservation, ed. David Park et al. London: Archetype Publications, 2013.
“Wondrous Vision: the Mohammed-Nari stele from Gandhara,” Orientations42-2 (2011): 112-5.
“Reading Coomaraswamy on the Origin of the Buddha Image,” ArtibusAsiae 70 (2010): 151-72.
“The Garuḍa and the Nāgi/nāga in the Headdresses of Gandhāran Bodhisattvas: Locating Textual Parallels, Bulletin of the Asia Institute 23 (2009): 147-58.
“On the Peripheries of Civilizations: The Evolution of a Visual Tradition in Gandhāra,” Journal of Central Eurasian Studies 1 (2009): 1-13.
“Identifying Several Visual Types in Gandhāran Buddha Images,” in Archives of Asian Art 58 (2008):43-85.
“The Fate of a Bowl (or Bowls): Representations of the Buddha’s Bowl in Early Indian Buddhism,” in The Art of Central Asia and the Indian Sub-Continent in Cross-Cultural Perspective, ed. AnupaPande, 61-77, New Delhi: National Museum Institute, 2008.
“Some Textual Parallels for Gandhāran Art: Fasting Buddhas, Lalitavistara, and Karuṇāpuṇḍarīka,” Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 29-1 (2006/2008):125-53.
“Bodhisattvas in Gandhāran Art: an Aspect of Mahāyāna in Gandhāran Buddhism,” in
Gandhāran Buddhism: Archaeology, Art, Texts, ed. Pia Brancaccio and Kurt Behrendt, 151-82, Vancouver and Toronto: University of British Columbia Press, 2006.
“Images, Relics and Jewels: The Assimilation of the Buddhist Relic Cult of Gandhāra—or Vice Versa,” ArtibusAsiae 65.2 (2005): 1-29.
“Early Mahāyāna and Gandhāran Buddhism: An Assessment of Visual Evidence,” The Eastern Buddhist, n.s., 35-1/2 (2003): 152-90.
“From Bodhisattva to Buddha: the Beginning of Iconic Representation in Buddhist Art,” ArtibusAsiae, 54.3/4 (1994): 207-25.