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France Korea Next Generation #3 Maëlle, Mathieu & Eva | Glance into French journeys in Korea

Today, meet with Maëlle, Mathieu and Eva, who share about their journey and passions in Seoul!

Here is the episode 3 of our series “France Korea Next Generation” by the French-Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FKCCI) in partnership with the French Embassy in Korea! Today, meet with Maëlle, Mathieu and Eva, who share about their journey and passions in Seoul. Subtitles are available in English and in Korean !

Maëlle COLLEU-HEPKE

Maëlle COLLEU-HEPKE, 28 years old, arrived in Korea in November 2019 and works as an international volunteer at the French Embassy Cultural Center in Korea, working on books and discussion ideas. She worked as a film production assistant in Berlin, Germany, and this position gave him the opportunity to come to Korea and work. Her interest in the country began at the age of 16. She first heard Korean language while discovering Korean cinema, and it sparked interest in other aspects of Korean culture, such as literature, history, cuisine, and art. She got TOPIK 4 in Korean and she wants to continue working with Koreans in the cultural field. For example, films, webtoons and literature are very creative and dynamic fields, and she hopes to continue to build bridges between Europe and Korea.

Matthieu LOSSON

Matthieu LOSSON, who arrived in Korea a year ago, manages the Renault Samsung Motors A/S team. The characteristics of the automobile market and the highest level of service sense in Korea allowed him to develop adaptability and ability to go beyond himself. For him, Korea's ability to envision a collective future and provide direction for the country from a political point of view is impressive. The ability to achieve goals through outstanding execution is a key factor in the global success of Korean products. 

Eva GERSTENLAUER

Eva GERSTENLAUER, 23 years old, moved to Seoul in August 2020 to pursue her academic exchanges at Seoul National University after graduating with her Master of Laws degree. She also served as a legal volunteer at the International Vaccine Institute (IVI) and had the opportunity to do an internship at the Kim & Chang law firm in parallel with her university’s exchange. South Korea is especially attractive in his eyes because Korean society is more modern, dynamic, warm and open than its neighbours while staying traditional. Korea's attractiveness and high-tech companies mean that academic and professional experience in Korea offers significant advantages in the European labour market.

Evénements

Conférence & Séminaire

FKCCI Office  •  Seoul

The Newcomers’ Seminar

Just arrived in Korea? You wish to better understand this new environment? The Newcomers’ Seminar is designed for you!

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