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Hi I'm MyungWha

I'm a Korean. I love Music. My dream is to be a movie composer. I love nature. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in South Korea, as an only child in a small family. When I was young, I had a dream to be a scientist. Now I'm studying Music Composition in college and looking forward to be a film composer. But someday, I still want to study science also. I play the piano and cello. I love to listen to sound tracks and love to sing. Like other Koreans, I like to play games, though I can't play that often because of my school works. I love Korea and it's such a beautiful country. Now I'm in the U.S. But I miss all the delicious Korean food such as Soondae and squids.. I also like Japanese food. I speak some Japanese and I met my fiance in my Japanese class. I'm excited for my trip plan to Korea and Japan near future.

Why I am a Mormon

I love the blessing through the Gospel, that our family can be together forever and in fact Heaven can be in our home in our everyday life only if- we understand, hope and sincerely seek for happiness in our family. It doesn't mean that my family wouldn't have any problem. Hardships and concerns are natural in life. But no matter what difficulties we face, if my family understand seek the same value, we can overcome them. I know the Gospel is the strongest power to gather a family. That's why I'm a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I try to love people around me. I think the reason to live a life is to feel happiness. When I feel happy, life is beautiful. And through the Gospel and my experience, I learned the biggest happiness can come from the relationship between me and others. Family is the center of that happiness. I try to love them and try to understand them. My family is the most important part in my life and serve them well is the way how I live my faith.