What my previous employers say
Minji works fast and flawlessly.Read All
She knows how to present a client’s voice to the right audience.
Minji works fast and flawlessly. She knows how to present a client’s voice to the right audience. She was promoted from part time to full time in a week, even when an entry-level position typically requires a 3-month probation period. Minji clearly understood her job requirements, work schedule and workflow. She efficiently communicated with not only her colleagues but also with the media partners. She is a great team player – reliable and dedicated.
Minji’s team player mind-set, enthusiastic embrace of change,Read All
ability to work with minimal supervision also impressed me as her supervisor.
I was initially impressed Minji’s enthusiasm and communication skills when I hired her as an intern within Mnet America. Moreover, Minji’s team player mind-set, enthusiastic embrace of change, ability to work with minimal supervision also impressed me as her supervisor. She has my highest recommendation! I am happy to furnish more details if you would like additional information.Thank you.
17 Random Things about Me
- When I was 5, I loved playing Superman. I broke my right arm.
- When 8, I was awarded the 1st place in the-downhill-bike-race-with-no-brakes-through-a-resident-parking-garage.
- I broke my left arm.
Few days later, like it was meant to be, I had a fractured right arm.
Not a surprise anymore for my mom.
- My middle school entrance road went under construction because a fallen student got foot stuck in the road’s crack. My friends scribbled on my plaster cast, “Can’t stop Min Ji, never could.”
- My head got stuck between a pair of bus doors. Surprisingly, my head was not broken this time.
- In 4th grade, I went up to the final round and won second place in Computer Knowledge Quiz Game from the TV show The Computer is My Friend.
- In fact, I was eliminated in the 2nd round but given a second chance, for I enthralled judges by showing beatboxing. By the way the quiz was consisted of of 3 rounds.
The reason that I ran for student body president was that I was rejected from the broadcast club. Since taking the position, I had held a MIC more than a student reporter did.
Yeah, exactly what I intended.
- One week before Halloween, my car’s rear bumper was broken, having a big pumpkin-shaped hole, by someone throwing a pumpkin.
- The pumpkin gang got caught shortly, thanks to my neighbor Petter’s 911 call. They were offenders on parole; they were taken back to the jail on their first day of parole.
- I gave Petter a cake shaped like a pumpkin as a sign of my appreciation.
- As a people person, I make obsession sufferers in my team feel relax. This is my obsession.
- A sense of powerlessness is what I learned the most from my 19 years of volunteering experience. There aren't so many things that a mere individual can do for the socially marginalized people.
- But I still have a hope, because an individual who has ideas is not just a mere person anymore.
Since I majored in Sociology, I’ve often heard questions about “how to make a living.”
Obviously, with worrying voices.
- If the word “living” is switched into the word “impact,” it becomes the reason that I chose Sociology as a major: “How to make an impact.” The concept of contribution led me to go into Sociology.