1.Please Introduce yourself
I'm Melanie, a 20 years old french student in International Trade in Paris.
2.When did you work in rabito? and what was the most intersting tasks?
I worked at Rabito from April to July 2015, my work consisted mostly in doing researches for distributors and managing the SNS (Social Networks) like Facebook and Instagram.
3.Tell me the reason why you apply for the golbalintership at Rabito? and How did you know about Global Intership?
I applied for Rabito Global Internship because I really like the design of the products,
and also because I wanted to discover the korean culture.
I met them in an exhibition in Paris, call "Maison&Objet",
and I had the chance to meet directly the President, Mina KWAG.
4.Is there any special reason for applying your internship in Korea?
I wanted to do an internship because I watch and listen to korean dramas and music, and I wanted to get to know more about the culture, the people, etc.
5.What do you think of the image of rabito brand? In your opinion, what is Rabito'sbigges competitiveness?
I think that Rabito brand is indirectly famous, which mean,s that everyone knows their phonecases without knowing the name of the brand. Indeed, I've seen many people in France using those phonecases.
The design of the products is Rabito's best asset, because it's quite original that it's inspired by rabbits.
6.During working hours or staying in Korea, when was the most exciting time?
I absolutely enjoyed my time spending in Korea! I met a lot of people (korean and foreigners), and the culture is so different from mine which makes everything even more exciting.
7.How did you feel about working during your first internship in rabito company?
Work in Korea and France can be extremely different, especially the way to be polite with elders, so I would say I felt a bit confused of how I should interact with my colleagues.
8.Between South Korea and your country, what is the biggest difference?
Both cultures are extremely different, and it's quite hard to pick one as the biggest difference. But I would say that I felt extremely "secure" in Korea! Indeed, people can walk in the street at night with their wallets and phones in the hands, without worring of someone grabbing it.
9.What is your goal or dream in your life?
I still don't know what's my goal in life. But one of my dream is to travel around the world.
10.Nowadays, what are you doing in your country and school?
Nowadays, I am pursuing my studies in International Trade in Paris.
11.If you visit Korea again, what do you want to experience?
I will come back for sure, and this time I would travel in other cities than Seoul, like Busan, Daejeon, etc.