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Bora Sohn received her MA in Applied Linguistics at Teachers College, Columbia University (USA). She is the co-author and co-editor of several Juice series books (Reading Juice for Kids, Speaking Juice for Kids, Grammar Juice for Kids) published by E-Public of Korea. She is currently working as a teacher trainer at Paju English Village, training Gyeonggi Province public school teachers. In her free time, she enjoys reading children and young adult literature.