Pawel Kida is assistant professor at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poland. His academic teaching covers topics such as Korean descriptive grammar, history of Korean language, practical Korean, translation and seminars at Bachelor and Master levels. He has vast experience as a translator and an interpreter working for the Polish and the South Korean governments. After majoring in Korean studies at Adam Mickiewicz University, he earned an MA and a PhD degree in Korean Linguistics at Seoul National University. Previously he worked as a lecturer for Polish language at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul.

His research interests include Korean grammar, teaching Korean as a foreign language, Korean pragmatics, and linguistically captivating aspects of Korean culture. He has presented on a variety of topics from within his fields of interest at numerous conferences and also contributed to proceedings, journals and edited volumes.