After majoring in the field of architecture, he entered the public office workforce with a sense of responsibility and duty. While working as a technical official for 38 years, he prepared design standardizations for the development of legal facilities (such as the prosecution, calibration, protective observation, juvenile protection, immigration, etc.), and improved, excavated, and reflected upon the legal facilities based on the achievements of the relevant standards. In addition, he has contributed to successful projects by supervising, inspecting, and providing technical guidance and has overseen direct supervision of new construction, construction supervision, management, and supervision of site with full responsibility. In particular, a new model was introduced based on his experience by introducing the exchange of national property with the first private business operator or local government as a non-budget project for the construction of a new correctional institution.
“Wherever you go, the road starts from where you are now.”
As there is a point when people accept difficulties because it does not always feel like a warm spring day, I'll accept the difficulties, but double the wisdom and courage to turn them into my benefits and I’ll start where I am now as a beginning to develop a new path.