2012 - PhD in Psychology and Religion at Drew Graduate Division of Religion
2010 - 2012 Master of Arts at Drew Theological Seminary (Philosophical Theology)
2009 - 2010 President of the Korean Caucus in Drew Theological Seminary
2007 - 2010 M. Div. at Drew Theological Seminary
2006 G. C. C.(Guam Community College) 'Intensive English Course'
2005 Life Guard Training School in Korean Red Cross
1999 - 2001 Enlisted in the ROK Navy as a private
1998 - 2003 Methodist Theology Seminary School
1998 Graduation from Gum-Seong high school in Busan
An idea worth spreading
I am short on remembering names of people. Recently, I was strucked by one sentence from one of the Ted speakers. "Education should be productive." I would like to interpret it as "A cause should be led to a result." However familiar to the doctrine of Karma in Hinduism it sounds, I love that. Every single thing I am doing is to some degree related to something else I had done or will be doing, or not. But, my point is that one thing could bring about another. Period.
I'm passionate about
Put simply, I am passionate about all talks inspiring to imagination, what can lead humanity to the Promised Land if it is on the right track.
Talk to me about
I am the husband of my beautiful wife, HyunMin, the father of my two lovely sons, Minu and Jinu, and a student of LIFE who is studying at Drew at this very moment.
People don't know I'm good at
I am long on swimming, soccer, and reading books. Life is only one-time; so it is useless to spend a precious period of time to compare and contrast. The only mission is to enjoy it in full.
My TED story
To improve my listening skills in English, I was bumped into TED about three years ago. From that on, almost everyday I visit and have some important meeting with each speaker who is all significant in leading people upto a higher level of intelligence, emotion, and desire. From a religiously ritual perspective, Ted could be a secret place where I meditate.