Sophomore tries pizza for first time

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Sophomore tries pizza for first time

Soo-min Lee

Soo-min Lee

Soo-min Lee

Soo-min Lee

Caitlin MCombs, Profiles Editor

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South Korea to United States can be a big change, but sophomore Soo-min Lee said she couldn’t wait to experience new things.

“In Korea, we do not have activities/clubs, and I heard that in America there are a lot of fun activities/clubs, and I wanted to experience this,” she said.

One of the activities/clubs she has joined is band, where she plays the flute.

Lee said, “I have enjoyed band so far because of the new things I’ve learned and the football games.”

Not only was Lee excited to get involved in new things, but she said she was also looking forward to experiencing a new culture

She said she especially wanted to see the difference between education in the United States and in her homeland.

“The thing that makes school different from where I am from is moving classrooms every hour,” she said. “In South Korea, we just have one classroom.”

Additionally, Lee has found her favorite subject.

“My favorite class so far is math because I like solving problems,” said Lee, who is taking Algebra 2 with Kristia Whitaker.

Another difference she says is the food.

Lee said she has tried many new foods, but out of all of them she has a favorite, which is pizza, preferably from Little Caesars.

The move from South Korea to the United States can be a huge difficulty, but Lee was able to overcome that hassle.

“It was not hard transferring from South Korea to the United States because everyone is so nice and accepting,” Lee said.

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