She taught Korean and Czech as foreign language in Prague for some years and moved to Bratislava. In 2007 she joined BISB and teaching Korean as a native language in Secondary school and has been an examiner for IBDP. She holds a Master’s degree in Education from the Kyung Hee University in Korea in addition to a certificate in Teaching Korean as a Second Language.
After graduating at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Korea, thanks to government scholarship program she went to Czech republic to continue study Cultural studies at Charles University before qualifying as a Korean teacher with Teachers’ Certificate.
In her spare time she enjoys reading and watching films or walking in the forest.
What the students say about me
The Korean class is exciting and makes people learn Korean in a practical and productive way. Furthermore, it is a good chance for Korean students to learn their language when they didn't know much about it.
Many verbal interactions take place during lessons, which encourage active participation of students.
Our Korean teacher is a very passionate and always makes us feel free to ask questions in the class and very hardworking teacher.
Since I came to Slovakia when I was young, I didn't have a lot of chance to study Korean. However, thanks to the subject available in the school, I am able to improve my Korean and keep it up to par with others. Also, our teacher teaches us very thoroughly in terms of Korean and I am in the progress of improving Korean into further level.