About Me

Born in Seoul, South Korea, I moved to the states when I was just 3 years old. I lived in Dallas, Texas for 12 years and basically while having only experienced education in America, I had to move back to Korea after graduating middle school due to unfortunate situations. For my first year in high school, I was put into a position where I had to attend public Korean school. If you could imagine, this would be hard for any teenager. Although I may look Korean, I was not used to the language or the culture of this country.

Finding it a little too hard to adjust, my family decided to find a place where I could get educated in English. High school was a a tedious and long journey for me. From public Korean school to international school to Online school to GED, it’s been a wild ride!

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Diversity

While attending SP Jain, I have met and befriended people from all over the world. Here’s a small example of how diversified this college is. During my second year, which is when we’re in Dubai, my roommates consisted of  a Dominican Republican, South Korean, Brazilian, and an Indian.

Although being around such diverse people brings its own challenges, as my friends and I say, we’re “getting cultured.” Not only are you learning about cultures from all around the world, through this college, I have literally made business connections from all over this world. Wherever I go, I’ll always have someone to contact and have friends to travel the world with.