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Hi I'm Sumin

I grew up in Suwon, Korea. I studying Exercise Physiology in Brigham Young University-Idaho. I love cats. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am from Suwon, Korea. I love going on random adventures. I love taking pictures. I like video games. I want to learn how to swim I think McNuggets are delicious. I grew up as a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

Both my parent are converts to the Church. They met missionaries, when they were teenagers. My parents did a wonderful job raising me in the Church. But time to time, I doubted whether or not the Church was true and Joseph Smith was the true prophet. But I pushed those questions aside because they seemed too big for me. It was overwhelming to even think that what I've believed my entire life might not be true. Until three years ago, I did not have a firm testimony of my own. Luckily for me, I was able to meet an amazing sister missionary. She had answers to questions. Whenever she spoke, the room was filled with a warmth that embraced me. Her words gave me comfort that I've never felt before. Later I came to the understanding that the warmth I felt came from the presence of the Spirit. I could not deny what I felt. That was one of the most enlightening moments that helped me to seek to learn more about the Gospel and to gain my own testimony. Through my own experience, now I know that the Church is true, and the Gospel was restored by the true prophet of God, Joseph Smith.

How I live my faith

Attending church regularly is important to me. It helps me to stay strong and reminds me of what Christ has done for me. I study the scriptures everyday, and I pray throughout the day. It helps me to gain more knowledge about the Christ and strengthens my faith. I live my faith by striving to follow Christ-like attributes. Everyday I try to seek goodness in people and try love them as who they are.