I was born the eldest son of three in 1972. My father
works in business in Seoul, so you could say that I
enjoyed a relatively comfortable lifestyle while growing
up but I spent most of my youth similar to my peers.A
distinctive aspect of my younger years though was that
I was strongly influenced by Japanese culture, which
in turn led me to my current interests. I am on the
heavy side and look slightly tough but in reality, I
am introverted and sensitive. I have the people skills
though for club leadership in my university days and
for presentations during my postgraduate years, but
I also get hurt easily.
When my feelings get hurt, I go for walks to regain
my composure. Traveling allows me to see my reflection.
I tend to believe strongly in my convictions if I think
I am right but remain open to other viewpoints as well.
Superficially, I can look somewhat tenacious, even though
my enthusiasm can be a merit. Nonetheless, I would like
to be a person who does his best to accomplish any given
task by utilizing my varied personality strengths. What
is the most promising business in Korea? I think its
the information and telecommunication industry. This
large field has so many different aspects and features
that its only direction is in a direction beneficial
to all. The network era is here to stay and will only
become more complex as we venture into the 21st century.
I have always wanted to step into this field with my
multi-faceted skills in computer graphics design. My
hobby is actually playing computer games. I get inspiration
for my own work from great games fantastic visuals and
a judge for how good a game is would be to merely look
at it from a design perspective. I am proficient with
such tools as Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator, 3dMax,
Shade, Flash, Dreamweaver, and many others.
I know Visual Basic and ASP and my own website is slated
for opening in early July.