Perusing through the Chosun Ilbo in the early morning as I usually do, I came across
something that grabbed my interest, i.e., your advertisement for an entry position
in the International Sales Division.
Having said that, I would like to introduce myself, as interesting as I can,
in the limited space within four corners of this letter.First of all, the basic information
is as follows: My name is Chung M. Kim, a recent graduate of Kunkook University with a major in Business Management.
The undergraduate curriculum included not only the core business classes such as
economics, accounting, finance but also computer programming and intensive
foreign language course.
As a business major with strong computer background, I could confidently say that
I am capable of personally computerizing many of the difficult tasks of the
In particular, my computer proficiency includes Internet, FORTRAN, HTML, JAVA,
MS-OFFICE, etc. Although I am a r…(생략)
ecent graduate, I would like to humbly mention
the fact that I, unlike other faces in your piles of resumes, have substantial
working experiences. Starting from my military services as army private in the
Special Force Unit, I have learned the virtue of discipline, the quality sometimes
lacking in many of the youngsters as suggested by my grandfather.
During my part-time job as assistant manager at Lawson Retail Outlet,
I have learned the importance of strong work ethic and cash management.
Finally, I have served as computer programmer at the Computer Science Center
and had a chance to expand my technical horizon to the level of a cutting
I realize that obtaining an employment with your firm in the times of the IMF crisis
will be rather difficult. I also realize that even with all these qualities
as mentioned above, hiring a recent graduate is a risky long-term investment
which will result in a short-term negative cashflow.
Nevertheless, I can resp