Min Kyung Kim is an immigration attorney. She works for the Kookmin Emigration Corporation, based in Seoul, South Korea.
Kookmin, established in 2003, has years of experience in the United States EB-5 immigrant investor program. Kim focuses on EB-5 applicants, helping clients throughout the entire immigration process. She has represented more than 30 clients since March 2017.
Prior to joining Kookmin, Kim was an attorney with the Midam law firm in Seoul. She has also worked as a freelance legal interpreter, an international program manager for Ewha Womans University and a risk management team clerk for a Korean bank.
Kim has completed several internships, including one at the United Nations headquarters in New York City, where she drafted reports and speeches, analyzed political and economic development in east Asia, and prepared committee meeting minutes. She also did internships with the German parliament in Berlin and Korea’s National Assembly in Seoul.
Kim is a member of the District of Columbia Bar. She has legal certifications from the Florida Coastal School of Law and University of Connecticut.
Kim has bachelor’s degrees in marketing and art from Ewha Womans University in South Korea and in law from Korea Soongsil Cyber University. She also has an M.A. in international relations from Waseda University in Tokyo.
Kim speaks Korean, Japanese, English and intermediate French.