My teaching position began in 2000 after graduating from Seoul National University of Education. Later, I obtained a Master's of Education at the same university. I got to love my career by teaching students. I relish seeing students faces light up when they discover the new world of learning; I feel incredibly excited with those moments.
I live in Thailand with my husband. We have been in Thailand since 2011 and are lucky to have travelled to beautiful places all around the region. I was impressed with Thai nature, culture and food.
After a few years in Thailand, I realised something was missing, and I felt that bringing smiles to students' faces was the source of my happiness. So I joined St Andrews International School Bangkok in 2017. I love to see Korean students keen to develop their Korean skills as a first language which is essential to enhance their academic potential. I am happy to develop their first language and English productively and efficiently to be global students.
St Andrews International School Bangkok offers a range of First Languages to its students. This is an excellent programme as international students can develop the language they speak at home. The First Language Programme is also open to other students who are talented in that language to reach their maximum potential.
I like to listen to podcasts about literature, and I enjoy reading books. I have another hobby of playing the Oboe. Fitting in some time playing the Oboe brings me relaxation. I am still on the way to play it smoothly. Hopefully, the day I can play a beautiful song will come soon.
I am pleased to join St Andrews where our multicultural community empowers students.