I spent five years at IOM, where I was in charge of business partnerships. IOM works in various humanitarian fields related to human movement, and I collaborated with Korean corporations to create projects that would benefit society. It was challenging, but I was passionate about the work and wanted to improve.
One day, I realized I wanted to work from the business side and see how companies can contribute to society in a more meaningful way. I had seen many companies make one-off efforts without a genuine understanding of social issues, which was disappointing. As the person responsible for social contributions, I wanted to create projects that were more systematic and long-lasting.
Then, I saw an advertisement for the Head of the Business Team at the NC Cultural Foundation. This organization, established in 2012, was growing and had a clear identity. I felt that I could try new things and make a real impact on social contributions there. Additionally, NC Cultural Foundation was a leader in ESG management in the gaming industry, and I was impressed by their understanding of current trends. I was lucky enough to join the NC Cultural Foundation in 2021.