Hanlim Seo (2013), “Walking path distributions and characteristics of optional pedestrian activities in neighborhood street environment,” Ph. D. Dissertation, Seoul National University.
Hanlim Seo (2006) “Characteristics of walking environments in Bukchon residential districts, Seoul”, M.Eng. Dissertation, Seoul National University.
Seo, HL, Park, SH. (2007). Characteristics of Walking and Neighborhood Environment in an Old Residential Neighborhood : A Case Study of Bukchon, Seoul, Korea, Journal of Architectural Institute of Korea, 23(8), 191-199
Seo, HL., Choi, YM., Park, SH. (2011) An Empirical Study on Walking Amounts and Routes in Residential Neighborhoods : Based on Seoul Bukchon Housewives’ Walking Data Drawn from GPS, Journal of Architectural Institute of Korea. 27(9), 271-281
Park, SH., Choi, YM., Seo, HL. (2006) Understanding Minimum Neighborhood Units in Historic Residential Districts: A Preliminary Study of the Bukchon Community in Seoul, Korea. Journal of Architectural Institute of Korea, 22(9), 223-231
Park, SH., Choi, YM., Seo, HL. (2008a) Measuring walkability in urban residential neighborhoods: development of walkability indicators, Seoul, Korea. Journal of Architectural Institute of Korea. 24(1), 161-172
Park, SH., Choi, YM., Seo, HL. (2008b) Characteristic differences of pedestrian environments in residential neighborhoods: a case study of Gahoe, Sungsan, Shiheong, Sanggye, Gaepo, and Handang. Journal of Architectural Institute of Korea. 24(2), 215-226
Park, SH., Choi, YM., Seo, HL., Kim, JH. (2009) Perception of Pedestrian Environment and Satisfaction of Neighborhood Walking : An Impact Study based on Four Residential Communities in Seoul, Korea. Journal of Architectural Institute of Korea. 25(8), 253-261
Choi, YM., Seo, HL., Park, SH. (2011) Walking Destinations and Boundaries of Everyday Lives in Residential Areas : Community Design Implications based on Residents’ Actual Walking Patterns. Journal of Architectural Institute of Korea. 27(8), 91-102
Park, SH., Kim, JH., Choi, YM., Seo, HL. (2013) Design Elements to Improve Pleasantness, Vitality, Safety and Complexity of the Pedestrian Environment: Evidence from a Korean Neighborhood Walkability Case Study. International Journal of Urban Sciences. 17(1) 142-160
2006. Preliminary Study to Measure Walkability Indicators in Residential Neighborhood, Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements.
2005-2006 Neighborhood Measures and Types of Old Residential Areas in Seoul: New Basis for Urban Redevelopment and Urban Conservation, National Research Foundation of Korea
2006-2007 Measuring Walkability in Residential Neighborhoods : Development of Walkability Indicators to Promote Planning for More Walkable Communities, Health Promotion Fund/ Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs, Republic of Korea
2007 Developing Family-Friendly Neighborhood Indicators and Measuring Neighborhoods, Ministry of Gender Equality & Family, Republic of Korea
2007-2008 Making Conservation Plan for Nomination of Historic Villages of Korea Hahoe and Yangdong for Inscription on the World Heritage List, Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea
2008-2009 Neighborhood Walkability Indicators for Health Promotive Community Design
Health Promotion Fund/ Ministry for Health, Welfare and Family Affairs, Republic of Korea
2009 Making Plan of Urban Landscape Agreements, Design Seoul Village Projects(Government-Sponsored Community Design), Seoul Metropolitan Government, Republic of Korea
2009-2011 Developing a Comprehensive Evaluation System for Public Projects of Street Environment, National Research Foundation of Korea
2009-2011 A Comparative Study of Physical Activity and the Built Environment between Seoul and Seattle, National Research Foundation of Korea
2013 Urban void as chance for sustainable urban design, National Research Foundation of Korea
2013. 04-09 Post-Doctoral Researcher. KU Leuven, Belgium
2013. 05-08. Visiting Researcher. Regionalplanung und Bauen im Landlichen Raum : Karlsruhe Institution for Technology, Germany
2006-2013.05 Researcher, SNU R&DB foundation. Korea