Arriving in Korea and beginning work, I was given my name badge with Kimberlywritten on it. I know Kimberly is my legal name, I just never went by it. When I told my work that we didn't have to be proper and that I can easily go by Kim, they laughed and told me almost half the people in the school were named Kim...Continue Here
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Hello! Thanks for visiting my website. In the past couple years, I have visited eight countries outside of the U.S. which has given me the opportunity to learn about various cultures and experience working in new environments. My background is in Human Resources and International Business.
Coming to Korea may seem like a daunting ordeal of gathering everything together. Your leaving a place you know all too well for one you have no clue about. I have researched and wrote an article here for anyone looking to make this dream a reality.