Yeiyoung Won, Instructor and Co-Executive Director
Yeiyoung has taught Korean, English and French to children for many years, both in the US and in Korea. Upon attaining a Certificate inTeaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and completing a TESOL exchange program at the University of Missouri, Yeiyoung taught English to elementary and middle school children in Korea. In her early career, Yeiyoung worked at LG Electronics in overseas marketing, collaborating on brand identity with universities in Korea and the US and producing international sports marketing plans. She has extensive musical training and enjoys playing the piano and cello. Yeiyoung lives in Burlingame with her husband and three children.
Leslie Younghee Oh, Instructor
During her 20 year corporate career in Korea, Younghee specialized in advertising, sales and human resource development for Korea Broadcast Advertising Corporation, including work in staff education and management. Younghee enjoys the challenge of teaching Korean to second generation Korean-Americans, finding it to be meaningful and engaging work. Younghee lives in Millbrae with her husband and younger son and has an older son in college.
Eunhwa Hyun, Instructor
For the the past 10 years Eunhwa has been working with children at her church as a Sunday school teacher in San Francisco. She is passionate about brining art into her classroom and incorporating it into her Korean language lessons. Eunwha was educated in Korea and certified as a youth art therapist. She worked with special needs children providing art therapy in Korea for several years. She has two daughters and lives in Burlingame.
Dr. Chi Kyong Kim, Advisor
Dr. Kim is Binna’s father and an advisor to Looking Glass. He is a lifelong educator with 30 years experience teaching high school science, 10 years teaching Curriculum Theory and Teaching Methods at The University of Maine, and 30 years experience running a large Korean school (16 years of which he served as Principal). He has been awarded by the Korean Prime Minister for his work in the education of Korean people abroad. Dr. Kim holds a PhD in Education from Temple University and is a graduate of Korea University.