Hello there again, so it's time to introduce myself. I'm Patricia, 26 years old and I'm from germany. So lets go, as you may already noticed I would say I'm fluent in english. My mother tongue is german. I am also able to understand some korean, read it and speak it a bit. But I'm still at the very beginning. Well I lived in London as an Aupair/Student from 2013-2015, before I decided to go back to germany and become a nursery teacher, because digital marketing wasn't something for me. So from 2015-2018 I did my nursery teacher degree (which sadly isn't a BA in germany, rather than a 3 year school-ish education, with lots of internships). And after I finished I started studying Social Work, while deciding, hey (!) why don't I go out of europe and into Asia. So I kinda ended up in Seoul, at a german/american family, where I'm looking after a sweet, but cheeky little boy. He was 5 months old when I started and is now almost 15 months old. :) So time has come to go back to europe for at least a year, before returning to korea. When I was in London I looked after children from 18 months to 9 years old. I also lived for some time in denmark while being an Erasmus+ student. So far so good... that's a little bit of my backround. I'm pretty much outgoing and like to be there for people and help them if required. I'm honest, trustworthy, funny, most of the times happy and passionate. Oh one thing, I worked as a entertainer and Lego educator in one of two Legoland Discovery Centres in Germany (Merlin Entertainment). I basically showed the children what you can do with Lego, but also helped them acquire certain skills. To name some: gross and fine motor skills, conflict resolution and Teamwork. You sure want to know what character I have, maybe you can guess a little bit by reading, but I think that's not enough. I can say that I'm cheerful, happy and smart. I love to explore new places and meet new people. So I'm very open-minded and cosmopolitan, love to travel, reading a good book is also a good thing to do and I need to admit I still like a very popular (in germany) audio books series from my childhood. I'm also responsible, respectful, trustworthy and organised (otherwise my day to day schedule wouldn't work out anyway). Without these it could be a bit hard to become an Nanny. My last time in London as an AuPair was very helping me to develop myself. Also at my current Nanny job, I made the best friend I could imagine. He is very cheerful and learns quick. I think that if you get a job like me in educational section you do it because you like or love it. Children are the future, it always has been, it always will be. So we should help them growing up, developing themselves and being a companion, a guide and a partner in crime. I still have the same intentions becoming an Nanny an aupair. I want to get to know a new culture (I lived in a german-spanish family back then), maybe learning another language and being part of a family in another country. Being a part of another family naturally means to have duties and it sometimes means helping in the household. I can be a great friend to children and teenager, even though I'm a bit older. I now understand children quite well, but another culture means another way how someone educates their children. And I want to get another way of education. It's not an culture shock, it's expanding my horizon. So you made it through the whole texts. And if you are still interested just drop me a Mail and I will answer as soon as I red it. Once again have a lovely day and maybe we see us soon! :) I’m currently in Seoul.