Interaction Designer/IT Analyst
Currently employed at Cisco Systems, Inc.
Introduce yourself briefly:
I am a recent college graduate living in the Bay Area. I have a few friends who have just moved to Seoul to teach English and I want to go visit them and/or possibly move to Korea myself. I enjoy languages & linguistics - I've studied German, French, Arabic and Spanish previously - and I'm trying to self-study Korean.
Proof that you're not a high school or college student taking a Korean class (e.g., Scanned ID). We CANNOT give access to the keys to those who are or will be taking a Korean class in high schools or colleges.
I recently lost my ID and I'm still waiting for a replacement from the Californian DMV. In the meantime, hopefully my old Wisconsin driver's license will suffice? I've attached a picture of it. I know I'm still college-ish aged, but I graduated! I attached a pic of me in my graduation robe & cap. Also, here's my LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin....gibson/2a/93/22