Where are you from? I’m from South Korea
What is your major? I’m studying in MBA in Health Care
What are your hobbies/interests? My hobbies are reading, travelling, playing soccer and tennis
What are three words that describe you? Active, Adventure, Athletic
What is a talent that you possess? Serving Others( I have volunteered Malawi in Africa, Laos, India, Mexico. I love to serve people)
What is your biggest fear? People in Korea are friendly
What is the most important thing that you want the SNU community to know about your home country? Koreans are hard workers.
What is the biggest misconception about your home country? It is not true that most Koreans are eating Dog. I never have eaten a dog in my life.
What is your favorite thing about the U.S.? There are more opportunities to involve in sport activities both men and women
What is something you think that people from the U.S. should learn from your culture? Koreans cannot normally refuse offers ex) if someone asks, do you want to do this thing? Normally, Koreans say ‘yes’ even though, the person doesn’t want to do. So, It’s hard to figure it out whether person really wants it or doesn’t want it.
What do you miss most from home? Family, Food, Friends
Why did you choose to come to SNU? I was chosen SNU because it’s a Christian School. Also, The major I’m studying right now doesn’t have one in Korea. I want to run hospital in Korea for helping people.