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33 M Altadena, CA

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Last Online
Aug 25
Asian, White
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
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Graduated from university
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English, Korean

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My self-summary
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Herro! After a nearly two year hiatus, I decided to see what's up in okc-land again. Last time around, I made a new friend, so hoping to meet a few more interesting people.
What I’m doing with my life
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For work, I investigate fraud cases for a major bank. Specifically, online transactions, wires, pretty much anything digital.

Outside of work, trying to learn new things about the world and our place in it every day. Not to get too deep or anything, but human interaction or even interaction of living things is really fascinating to me.....

....that is, when I decide I have enough reserve energy to spend on that. Otherwise, it's activities that are much simpler...seeing friends, trying new activities, and the usual daily life.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
being thoughtful for the people I like. Baking awesome apple pies. Getting better at making my own kimchi, though the attempts can leave my kitchen rather pungent for a day or two.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Unfortunately, it's usually that they can't pin what my ethnicity is (unless they assume one way or the other). If it isn't that, well...physically, my eyes? They're green. With a little hazel on the inside. They're quite dreamy ;p I don't really know or ask other people this question.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Some of my interests, though I'll's usually the people who have interests that are different than mine that I have the most fun talking to. I like learning about new things, especially if you're passionate about it.

Books: One of my favorite authors is Alistair Reynolds, along with Ursula Le Guin. Brave New World, Cloud Atlas, and Celestine Prophecy all blew my mind. I also like Robert Ludlum, including non-Borne series books.

Movies: Cloud Atlas recently became a new favorite, Inception, The Road Home, Sassy Girl, The Warrior, 500 days of summer (though really, I generally like most movies Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in).

Shows: Breaking Bad. I don't really watch anything else religiously, though I'll sometimes fall asleep to episodes of Chopped. Somehow, watching food being prepared gives me food coma?? And though Anthony Bourdain strikes me as a pompous hipster douche sometimes, I still like him and his show a lot for some reason. It's kinda bizarre.

Music: I have a deep appreciation for most music. But there is a lot of bad pop/hip hop out there, and that can get really old.

Food: Like music, I have a deep appreciation. Just nothing from a cafeteria please. It always ends up being just low quality bad food if it comes out of a cafeteria.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Rather than the obvious, I'll list some things I think make life worth living:

1. The company of a best friend: can't be replaced, and I'm so lucky to have a few of those. People I can be completely myself around, free of judgement, pretense, or expectations.

2. A home cooked meal. The good ones that you'll always remember.

3. The smell of the ocean. Love that salty smell, not sure why...I just always have.

4. A genuine smile. Doesn't even have to be from someone I know, but when I see someone who's really happy, somehow, it makes me a little happy inside too =)

5. A fresh pair of brand new socks! I love the feeling of new socks, especially those bamboo fiber socks. So soft, love it!

6. Seeing a sunrise. What do you call those? That time of the day?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game. big the universe is. What's inside a black hole besides gravity. Where are the other intelligent life forms.

...where my soul will go when I die. How many times I've died before. Where the rest of my soul is.

...what my greater purpose is, and now that I think I know, how to go about executing it.

...why it's harder to make friends/meet people in a gigantic city on the west coast than in a small city in the midwest.

...why my friend who opened this profile for me chose such a stupid screen name. Whether I should strangle him with a shoelace or a dirty sock.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Working on my awesome space ship while baking a pie.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I like short girls.
I once karaoked Mariah Carey after having a few too many drinks in a very full college bar (while attending college still, just to clarify).
I like the Twilight series and read all the books before the movies even came out.
I don't fall often, but when I do, I fall hard. I have messed up ankles as a reminder.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 28–35
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating
You should message me if
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you actually *gasp* want to meet.

I'd like to make some new friends in the area, however failing that (I guess that's too much to ask for on a dating site, apparently), I know exactly what I want and what I can offer in return when it comes to a relationship.

It's pretty simple. Maybe I'm old school, but I enjoy being gentlemanly like holding doors open, getting flowers for no particular reason for someone, driving someone else, and just in general being sweet and thoughtful. I like making someone I care about smile...pretty simple! I've never cheated on anyone, never lied about anything major (we all tell fibs every now and then to avoid an argument, but I don't make a habit out of it), or taken anyone for granted. I cherish little details of moments spent with someone, like long road trips with lots of talking and car karaoke, how a girl smiled at me when I cooked dinner, danced together for the first (or millionth) time, or just how connected I feel with someone when walking somewhere. Once won over, I'm extremely loyal, always act with integrity, and will always treat you with kindness, respect, and admiration.

But for all...for me to get to that point where I'd want to attempt that with have to be serious about it too. I don't date just to date, which is why I was really just looking for a few friends to start off (besides, what's wrong with wanting to be buds with your soulmate first? I actually like it when I can be best friends AND in a "relationship"). If you're in a place where you're just "seeing what's out there", I'm definitely not the person for you. If you're flaky, wishy washy, or in any way let outside forces run your life rather than making your own way with your own choices (by this, I mean if you're a religious zealot who bases all your decisions on a book...following a religion has never been something I minded or judged someone for, but there's a point at which it's too much...I think you know what I mean...or into fortune telling/astrology/fate/whatever else you use as an excuse to not make your own big girl decisions), then we will definitely not match well. Not to sound overly judgy, cause I'm really not, but when a person can't make their own decisions and choices, I have a tough time understanding or connecting with them. A lot of my cousins are prime examples of this. I own my actions. I own my choices. I am not encapsulated with four letter acronyms on a chart thought up by Jung, a chart of stars/planets, some animal symbol for when I was born, a blood type, or any of that. I am the sum of my choices, family, friends, upbringing, experiences, and perceptions. And if you are too, well....I'm fascinated and want to learn all about you =)

That's the full monty!