The DNALC's multi-disciplinary staff has experience in elementary, secondary, and collegiate instruction; biochemistry and molecular biological research; computer programming; design, photography, fine arts, and interior design; science journalism; public relations and development; and opinion research.
I was born in Suwon, South Korea. Until I got my first master degree in Seoul, my life was somewhat smooth. The journey of my life started to be twisted after my graduation. I planned to study more in U.S.A., but I finally went to France in 1989. After my education in France, I worked as an interior designer in Seoul for four years. I liked working as an interior designer, and enjoyed the work.
One day I jumped out from my cradle with uncertain reasons, and started a new journey. My original plan was to achieve a Ph.D. in interior design. After that, I would go back to Korea to work. But I abandoned interior design, and studied theology for a while. Finally, I became a multimedia designer, which I actually didn't like by the time I finished. That is until I got an offer from the Dolan DNALC, I was not sure whether I would remain as a multimedia designer. Now I am very sure it is my destiny. I know I still have the possibility to change my job again before my demise. But in the meantime, I will enjoy my life and work at the DNA Learning Center -- until the wind changes the direction of my journey.