For two decades, Lexcode has been helping businesses in expanding their global presence by increasing their reach and engagement with international audiences. Lexcode transforms content through translation, localization, and copyediting, utilizing a global network of 5,000 linguistic resources. Lexcode also helps trade shows, conferences, and summits succeed by providing high-quality interpretation. Lexcodians are our people who work in our offices in South Korea and the Philippines to serve our global clients.
Young Ham is the CEO of Lexcode, which he co-founded in 1999 with Misoon Park. Young has attained the qualities of a consummate businessman through his experience as an entrepreneur who has ventured in many fields of business in San Francisco, California, since his early 20s. Despite this, his unwavering pursuit of innovation and willingness to confront the unknown grows more fervent. His business strategy includes intense focus and deliberation.
Leisure activities, such as exercising, listening to music, or simply enjoying a cup of coffee, are not just for fun; they are also used for deep thought and idea refinement. Despite the fact that his company was founded during a period of financial hardship, he is confident that his proclivity to think outside the box and to push boundaries has enabled him to achieve his life goals and ambitions.
Misoon oversaw the recruitment and development of Lexcode’s first project management team. Her role in the company has been clear since its inception. Her efficient management of clients’ projects has lasted more than a decade, and her comprehensive administration of the headquarters’ Translation & Interpretation Department as branch director has been outstandingly consistent.
Her simple pleasures in life include leading her team members with delicate charisma during office hours and occasionally enjoying a company dinner alongside them, as well as taking a stroll while listening to music.
Christine leads customer success teams in the Philippines. She also manages sales, HR, and legal teams. She began as an editor and was one of four new hires when Lexcode first arrived in the Philippines in 2010. After ten years in business, there is a clear reason for her rise to branch director in one of the Philippines’ largest translation companies. This is due to her complete faith in and sacrifice for the company’s vision and goals. Christine enjoys reading and watching crime shows in her spare time, despite the fact that she spends the majority of her time taking care for her daughter.
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Metro Manila, Philippines 1709
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+63 917 803 4949
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