This Week in the Voice: Georgetown’s resident K-pop star Roy Kim
In this week’s feature, Courtnie Baek interviews Roy Kim, one of South Korea’s most beloved K-pop stars. Kim tells the Voice about his Georgetown experience and what it’s like to balance stardom with school life.
Before I got into Georgetown, I hadn’t done anything that I really wanted. I think it’s generic for any yoo-hak-sang [Korean term for international students] to spend time in Korea studying SATs or doing things just for college. That’s how I got into the show Superstar K, and it went on from there
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Sports gives us the lowdown on the recent triumphs of the men’s basketball team and on their prospects moving forward this season.
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