Hey, thanks for stopping by. I’m Kim!
I’m 20 and currently in that vaguely-uncomfortable stage where everyone always asks what I want to do with my life (to which I don’t really have much of an answer). I’m in my second year of school at Winona State, and I’m majoring in Advertising with a minor in Psychology. I was adopted from South Korea when I was about six months old, and I grew up in Minnesota near the Twin Cities. Some of my hobbies include longboarding, painting, working out, napping, watching Netflix or YouTube, being outside, and (obviously) writing.
I’m one of those people that’s pretty quiet at first, and if thrown into a room full of strangers, would stay close to the walls and wouldn’t really talk to anyone unless spoken to first. But once someone gets past that initial layer of shyness, I’m not as quiet as I seem to be.
I’m one of those people that’s pretty quiet at first, and people often mistake me for being shy. (Or, thanks to the fact that my resting face makes me look annoyed when I’m actually pretty neutral, people think I don’t like them.) Once you get past that initial layer of reservation and get to know me, you’ll find out I’m actually not that quiet at all.
In regards to writing, I don’t really know what I’m doing. I’m not sure where (or if) creative writing will fit into my long-term career, but for now, I’m just going to have some fun with it. Above all, my main goal is to live a life that reflects my faith. I don’t want to blend into the background in who I am—I want to be different. I want to live in such a way that others see Christ through me. Sometimes I’m impatient and selfish and I fall short of that goal, but I know that even if I stumble and fall, someone is always there to help me back up.