As for my family, I have just one brother two year older than me. My father used to work in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, but now he works in the Korea importers Association. My mother has been taking care of household. My elder brother has graduated Yonsei university with bachelors degree of the Administration, but he is still studying now as he has chosen the politics and foreign relations to be his second major.
I have graduated Seo-i elementary school, Seo-Woon middle school both of them located in Seoul. After that, My father was assigned to Korean Embassy in Tehran, so my family has moved to Iran and I spent my high school life in Tehran International School. I was a little frustrated in the beginning but gradually I got myself used to the new environment, and had no difficulties in following the classes and communicate with others in English. After I graduated the high school, I came back to Korea and entered Yonsei university with the major of law.
After spending two years as law student, I decided to join the Korean Army, and qualified for KATUSA Soldier. I was allocated to 20th Support Group in the U.S. installation of Daegue area and worked with American soldiers for about two years.
Finishing my military service, I came back to school, and decided to study and prepare for the Korean bar exam. But I changed my mind because I thought it inefficient to be a lawyer as it takes too much time and efforts. So I choose to apply for the employment. Considering my future career, I believe it much helpful to start my job experience earlier.
I am very much confident with my English ability. Because I have spent about three years of my high school life in the Teheran International School of Iran due to my father's business. Unlike the regular school enviroment of Korea, I had to study and communicate only in English with other school mates from different countrie