Author has written 5 stories for Naruto, Pokémon, Harvest Moon, and Tales of Vesperia.
Gender: I really do hope that it's obvious.
Age: Old enough to drive and young enough to use excuses about my meager knowledge of the world around me to get out of certain situations.
Weight: 138 lbs.
Eye Color: A boring, generic blue.
Hair Color: Well for a long time I thought it was black, but whenever I go in the sun now it turns slightly brown. So I guess that's dark brown.
Likes: Too many to name...
Dislikes: I'll be brief. Over the top bad grammar, lectures with no hands on or visuals (hence being a visual learner), certain stereotypes, carbonated beverages, sports games, perverted guys who I have to sit next to in class, and...I probably should have just typed 'Refer to above statement.'
Hobbies: Reading novels and an occasional fan fiction, playing video games, baking/making pastry or sweets (I can't even eat my own creations because sugar makes me queasy), muay thai kick boxing (even though I keep getting my ass handed to me by the veteran member), drawing, and creating music using my piano.
As of today (8/22/09), I will be dropping many time consuming hobbies in order to address personal matters that take priority. One of these hobbies is writing fanfiction. Shortly after my last story update, I received a call from home, Gwangju (South Korea), about my adoptive father’s passing away. I spent two weeks mourning with my family there, a group of people who I avoided for six years by taking off to America unannounced. My brother has inherited our family business, and proposed that I join him in running it, believing that my educational background involving macroeconomics and financing will be beneficial to keeping our father’s legacy and establishment thriving. I thought about it on my way back to the states, and have concluded that I will try and help him and everyone else. For me, I don’t feel deserving of such an opportunity, but I owe my father and caring relatives at least this much for what I’ve done. To do this, I will have to sacrifice the lax lifestyle I have led for the past couple of years, dedicate myself to becoming reacquainting with my Korean culture/roots, and find a way to adjust to these alterations. I apologize to the very few readers that stayed patient with my mediocre writing style and ideas, and hope that you understand my decision. However, I will provide “cliff notes” of my incomplete stories, just so you know how I intended to direct their respective tales and endings. Many details will be missing due to the amount of time I have left before I leave. Feel free to take and incorporate any ideas you found interesting or noteworthy from my stories without fear of being accused of “stealing”. I simply request the appropriate credit for them in an author’s note.