I started my entertainment career in television as a teenager, growing up on a military base in Seoul, South Korea. I first appeared as a singer and dancer on a TV show called "Young Parade," and I hosted an evening rock show on AFN, where I fell in love with radio. After high school, I moved to San Antonio, Texas, to attend college. I lucked out with a job offer to do the evening show at AC station, KSSR, while still in school. I eventually moved to middays on the classic hits station KONO. Next stops on the radio train were Nashville, Tennessee and, Tampa Bay, Florida, where I spent nine years co-hosting mornings on the iconic Q105. I went back to school and changed my educational path to psychology, even going one step further to obtain a master's degree in mental health counseling. As a newbie to the Northeast, I'm looking for any help in learning the culture of the area, and in getting used to the winter. (I have a closet full of shorts and flip flops.)
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