Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Myunghoon Kim is a deputy director of the Korea Immigration Service (KIS), under the Ministry of Justice. When he was in the division of visa and residence policy at the KIS headquarters, he was mainly responsible for the overall visa policy, foreign employment policy, and policy measures to counter the COVID-19 pandemic. He also worked as a director of local immigration offices.

Education

Bachelor of Economics | Seoul National University / College of Social Sciences | 2016 | Economics

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Career Goals:

Myunghoon would like to become an expert on migration policy issues within the government, particularly policy problems related to the settlement and employment of immigrants as well as the short and long term consequence of migration.

Relevant Work Experience:

4 years of experience working for the Korean Government as a deputy director of the Korea Immigration Service (under the Ministry of Justice), mainly responsible for the overall visa policy, foreign resident management, and policy measures to counter the COVID-19 pandemic.

Areas of Expertise

Immigration policy

Research Interests

Immigration policies to promote the mutual understanding between migrants and natives.