- Master of Arts, Media Communications, Academy of Art University
- Bachelor of Arts, English-Korean Interpretation and Translation, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
- Commercial Pilot, Aviation, Riverside Flight School
June-Young Lee is a media specialist and communication lecturer with a major broadcast journalism career and a commercial pilot instrument rated. He began his journalism career as a city desk reporter with KNN in Busan, Korea, in 2011. Also, he produced and hosted an investigative reporting program, ‘Into the World with June-Young Lee,’ covering illegal oil sales, mobile business touting, useless bike paths, etc.
After two years, June-Young moved to Channel A in Seoul, Korea, and worked as a city desk reporter. His investigations focused on government and business corruption. He joined the Dong-Ah Daily Newspaper & Channel A task force team for cabinet candidate verification and reported on the moral hazard of candidates. He produced a series of reports on tax evasion linked to former presidents of Korea: Doo-Hwan Chun & Tae-Woo Roh and leaders of conglomerates such as CJ and SK. As a business desk reporter, June-Young had written about safety issues of airlines in Korea – Asiana Airlines ignoring safety warnings & Korean Air’s ‘nut rage’ scandal.
He also worked for YTN as a city desk reporter and producer for three years. He operated the control room and directed staff for a daily news show titled NEWSTONG as the leading producer. Since 2021, he has worked for the University of Utah Asia Campus in Songdo, Incheon, Korea as a Senior PR specialist and a lecturer at the Department of Communication.