PhD law student | Korean Desk
Since childhood, he has lived surrounded by Polish and Korean culture, knows well the traditions and customs of both countries. He wants to open a new future for both Poland and Korea. For this purpose, he is eagerly involved in building professional and business relations between Poles and Koreans. Also, he is interested in Germany and Austria and learns the German language in his spare time.
He gained his first experience in Polish-Korean relations in 2014, participating as a Polish-Korean translator in M&A transaction negotiations between a Polish and Korean company. From 2013 to 2019, he worked with KOTRA (Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency) as an interpreter and observed how Polish-Korean business functions. During his internship at the District Court in Warsaw-Mokotów, he gained experience in the functioning of the Polish judiciary. He also gained experience at the Mazovian Provincial Office in the Department of Foreigners. He did his internship at Wardyński & Wspólnicy Law Firm and FGGK Law Firm, among others in relations with Korean clients. As a volunteer, he helped a religious organization in Warsaw for several years.
He earned his law degree from the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University. After defending his diploma, he began legal doctoral studies at the same university.
Siin ChoiFond of wisdom, creative ideas and harmony
I have been living in Poland since 2000 and speak Polish, Korean and English. I like creative ideas because they change the world. I would like to become a good, wise and reasonable mediator between Poland and my homeland South Korea. Both Poland and Korea have had a painful history. I would like to help these countries so that, using the hard experiences, they can create a bright future together. The current political, social, cultural and economic ties between Poland and Korea are getting stronger, and I want to be a part of them.