Hometown and Country
Vancouver, Canada / Seoul, South Korea
The Harvard Crimson, Model United Nations, Human Rights Working Group
Favorite place in Harvard Square?
What can FIPers talk to you about?
Attending music concerts in Boston, finding good food around campus, balancing academics and social life, housing system + anything else!
Why should a first-year choose FIP?
It's a wonderful way to settle into life at Harvard, learn about American campus culture from panels, and bond with fellow internationals!
Woojin was born in Seoul and raised in Vancouver. He is a third-year ("junior") living in Winthrop House, likely studying Philosophy with a secondary in Government. In his past few years at Harvard, he's reviewed films and music concerts, interviewed K-pop-stars, written a children's storybook, and performed with the Asian dance troupe. He loves to mesh together different foods (for instance, chicken and waffles, rice and ice cream—it's a lot better than it sounds) and explore new places! Last summer, he went macaron-shopping in Paris, karaoke-hopping in Hong Kong, and skydiving in Cape Town! This summer, he won't be able to travel much but he'll be living life vicariously through K-dramas and Bong Joon Ho films. When not reading philosophy books at Widener, you can find him drawing Snoopy cartoons, baking cookies, visiting art museums, and feasting on K-bbq! He's super excited to return to FIP this year and welcome everyone to the wonderful international community! FIP 2020, allons-y!