Sooho Lee is a 1.5-generation Korean American. He is the youngest of three, with two older sisters. He thoroughly enjoys reading in his “reading chair”, and has a problem of buying more books than he can currently read. He, like most people his age, loves coffee — black and light roast.
I used to rarely voice my opinions. As a 1.5 generation Korean American, my identity formation called for me to be ambidextrous: one hand learning through written and spoken English in American society, and the other hand learning through unspoken and unwritten means in Korean environments, absorbed through (in)attentive observation and time spent in a Korean home and in Korean immigrant churches.