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Aug 042018
 

Hello,
We are currently hiring a bilingual (English/Korean) staff to join our overseas business team.

He/she will be in charge of translating Korean to English, website management, planning events, and customer support.

Roles and duties:
-Managing English site and communicate with customers
-Translating Korean to English (English should be fluent in writing and speaking)
-Planning events
-Market research

Applicant requirements:
-Bilingual; English and Korean (English skill: native level, Korean skill: advanced level or above)
-University Bachelor Degree (or university student)
-Possess deep interest towards content culture/trends, talented in writing
-Like playing games
-Visa holder granted eligibility to work in Korea

Working hour:
Mon~Fri 10:00am to 7:00pm

Location:
Near 선릉 Station

click here for more details and apply to position

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