Born in Seoul in South Korea, Min Reuchamps grew up in Belgium and studied at the University of Liège, where he gained a degree in political sciences in 2005. Benefiting from a grant given by the Belgian American Educational Foundation (B.A.E.F.) and the Francqui Foundation, he obtained in 2006 a Master of Arts in Political Science from Boston University.In 2010, he gets a Ph.D. in political and social science in 2010
Since October 1, 2010 he has been a post-doctoral researcher for the FNRS Scientific Research Fund, and an adjunct instructor at the University of Liège, where he is co-director of a Centre for Québécois Studies. His research and teaching focuses on how people live together in multinational countries, and in a larger sense, on multi-level governance. He is also interested in questions about political sociology, including participation, representation and political socialisation, and methods and methodology in political and social science. He is the author of numerous articles and writings on these topics.