Main menu of Visible Korean homepage


* Name: Beom Sun CHUNG (MD)




Beom Sun CHUNG is a Teaching Assistant in Department of Anatomy, Ajou University School of Medicine, Suwon, South Korea. He received his MD degree from Soonchunhyang University, Cheonan, South Korea. He is interested in anatomy research using sectioned images of cadaver and anatomy education.

* E-mail:


* Homepage:


* Address: Department of Anatomy, Ajou University School of Medicine, Worldcup-ro 164, Suwon, Republic of Korea / 16499 (Direction to Department of Anatomy, Ajou University School of Medicine)


* Date of birth: Sep. 12, 1989


* Education


MD: Soonchunhyang University (Mar. 2, 2008 - Feb. 20, 2014)

MS/PhD: Graduate School, Ajou University School of Medicine (Mar. 2, 2014 -)


* Experience


Teaching Assistant: Department of Anatomy, Ajou University School of Medicine (Mar. 2, 2014 -)

Editorial Board: Anatomical Sciences Education (SCIE, Impact factor: 3.198) (Jan. 1, 2018 -)


* Articles (More articles can be downloaded in Visible Korean in articles and Comics and others in academic articles.)


1.      Chung BS, Chung MS: Free manual of the cadaver dissection modifiable by other anatomists. Anat Sci Int 90: 201-202, 2015.

2.      Chung BS, Shin DS, Brown P, Choi J, Chung MS: Virtual dissection table including the Visible Korean images, complemented by free software of the same data. Int J Morphol 33: 440-445, 2015.

3.      Chung BS, Koh SB, Park EM, Song MG, Lee SE, Jeon TH, Cho SK, Chung MS: A guide book for children and adolescents to experience anatomy and clinics. Korean J Phys Anthropol 28: 79-85, 2015.

4.      Chung BS, Chung MS, Park JS: Six walls of the cavernous sinus identified by sectioned images and three dimensional models. World Neurosurg 84: 337-344, 2015.

5.      Chung BS, Chung MS: Contributions of the comic strips on scientific articles. Sci Ed 2(2): 92-95, 2015.

6.      Chung BS, Chung MS: Role playing. Sci Ed 2: 100-102, 2015.

7.      Chung BS, Park JS, Jang HG, Chung MS: Software to browse the pictures of two knees in diverse states of dissection, flexion and rotation. Int J Morphol 33: 1009-1015, 2015.

8.      Saker E, Tardieu GG, Alonso F, Chung BS, Fisahn C, Loukas M, Oskouian RJ, Tubbs RS. The Forgotten Lumbocostal Ligament: Anatomical Study with Application to Thoracolumbar Surgery.

and so on


* Business card in Chinese



16499 / Worldcup 164 Ρ



ּ: ŷ 164 ִб ǰ غб / 16499 (ãƿô )