Jaseng Medical Academy
Internship Alumni

Meet our exceptional group of students who have successfully completed the Jaseng Medical Academy Internship program since 2017.


Liliane Nguyen

University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Kena Lemu

Brody School of Medicine

DIllen Chung

University of Virginia

Jheannelle Johnson

Howard University

Cherry Park

Emory University

Cameron Hubbard

"Jaseng provided us with a wonderful program, tailoring the program to our needs and what we wanted to do. It was perfectly organized from lectures, shadowing and hands on training that we learnt about motion style acupuncture treatment and Chuna manual therapy. the staff were all very accomodating and welcoming, made sure that we were very comfortable as foreigner from a different country."

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, OMS-IV

Jonathan Cheon

"Jaseng provided us with the opportunities to receive the treatments ourselves and to experience the patients aspect of things and the care they receive. I believe that its an very invaluable experience that i wont be able to experience through other clerkships or rotations"

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, OMS-IV


Anna Liang

"From learning about new research done in the Korean Medicine, to learning about meridians and important acupuncture points, to shadowing, and to even being able to have a hands-on experience with acupuncture and chuna therapy, I am more than grateful to have had the opportunity to work with the hardworking team at Jaseng Medical Academy. The academy has provided such a wide variety of support in enhancing my knowledge of Korean Medicine and future endeavors, and I will always hold the connections made during the internship close."

Stony Brook University

Min jung (Julie) Jeong

New York University

Henry Cheung 

University of Chicago


Ashley Shirriff

"All the Jaseng staff are incredibly supportive and welcoming throughout the entire internship. They really value maximizing the opportunities that you can have during the time. i feel overall very fortunate to have had the opportunity to participate in this internship. it really showed me how i can implement complementary and alternative medicine into mu own future practices to provide my patients with the individualized care that they deserve" 

University of Hawaii Hogn A. Burns School of Medicine 

Rachana Chilakapati

"I really enjoyed some of the things we got to do through the internship like shadowing Korean Medicine Doctors, going to the drug process facility and also to the research labs. with Korean and American medical students. My experience was very positive and valuable"

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Rachel Cho

"Before i joined the internship, i had a very general, simple and limited understanding and exposure to Korean Traditional Medicine and i thought that the scope of traditional medicine and alternative medicine did not go beyond the limits of herbology and acupuncture. I was able to see the many branches and corresponding applicability of alternative medicine.  i was really happy to have the opportunity to work with Jaseng over the summer."

Barnard College at Columbia University


Amber Chen

University of Pennsylvania

Grace Wang

Washington University St. Louis

Donghyuk Choi

"For the past two months of working as an intern, I learned a lot of things. Although I did not have a chance to work at the hospital very much, I did come to believe that Jaseng’s medicine is a lot like conventional medicine."

University of Rochester

Fatoumata Wague

"For me, one of the most memorable experiences was watching the intro videos to explain Jaseng and Korean Medicine. I learned to value the patients experience more and to let them take charge of their own healing. (Remote working in the States)"

Barnard College at Columbia University

Grace Jung

"The Internship Program at Jaseng Hospital was a unique opportunity that exposed me to Korean and integrative medicine for the first time. I hope that, as much as it was a valuable experience for me, I will be able to take these new insights and apply them to my future studies."

Boston College

Sophia Nguyen

"I was able to learn a great deal about Korean medicine and integrative medicine during my time at Jaseng. I am grateful that I was able to observe methods of treatment used in Korean medicine, such as acupuncture, cupping, and Chuna manipulation, and hope to see these in use more globally in the future."

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Georgia

Ryan Bohyun Choi

"I had the most wonderful opportunity to gain greater exposure to the different facets of medicine that differed from the Western convention. Working in the office and shadowing in the International Clinic gave me a novel perspective on how medicine (both clinical and administration) works in Korean healthcare."

University of Chicago


Lisa Young Bin Kim

Columbia University

Eva Blake

"Perhaps most strikingly, however, was the attention to individuals and their health, while producing medication for people around the country. Each case and each patient was uniquely cared for."

Columbia University

Whitney Peng

"Jaseng internship was one of the most memorable learning experiences I have had throughout my course of study. I have learned ways to organize events from scratches, conduct marketing research, and understanding the operational system in a hospital."

Emory University

Kelly Huang

"I came to appreciate the holistic patient approach that is an integral part of the doctor-patient interaction at Jaseng, which aims not only to treat the condition itself, but also to maintain the patient's personal well-being. There is a high level of trust between doctor and patient only found at such an institution that upholds result-driven customized personal care."

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)


Diana Ruan

Columbia University

Lucy De La Cruz

University of Mississippi

Migila Cornejo

"My experience at Jaseng Hospital was very immersive. I loved learning about all the different modalities of medicine and witnessing first hand how Korean medicine is practiced."

A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine


Yunna Sinskey

Dartmouth College

Kristin Suhr

The University of Illinois