Welcome to Samsung Village! On this blog we tell stories about what’s happening across Samsung’s many diverse companies. Here you can expect to see news and human interest stories, viewpoints on trends and important issues, as well as occasional clarifications to the public record regarding Samsung. Our goal is to be a resource for people who are interested in learning more about us. Samsung Village is a work in progress that will evolve over time and we hope to hear from you along the way.
- Bomi Lim
- Bomi doesn’t just like reading, but finds solace in it, with Haruki Murakami and Milan Kundera being among her favorite authors. She used to be a journalist at news agencies including Bloomberg and The Associated Press, covering a range of issues including North Korea and crisis-hit banks. Besides reading, she also enjoys watching movies, traveling and simply being with good company.
- Karen Park
- Passionate about diversity, Karen is interested in a wide range of topics including public relations, international affairs, social welfare and modern art. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a master’s degree in Asian Studies. She is a dog lover – Golden Retrievers and Alaskan Malamutes especially – and enjoys drawing, baking and rollerblading on weekends.
- Haemin Jung
- Haemin is a sports enthusiast and used to be a member of the junior national swimming team. Away from the pool, he has also dipped his toes into business following stints in management consulting with Bain & Company and the M&A division of a European investment bank. Today, Haemin’s background as an economics major is driving his fascination in exploring the secret behind what helps the world’s most admired companies make the leap from good to great. Looking forward, he hopes to continue to take any exciting opportunities that come his way.
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