I'm a Korean American who lives in Flushing, New York. I like to go on the internet and watch TV.
I don't like reading, but I read a lot because school requires it. I enjoy reading novels, but I really don't like Greek Mythology. I like to visit the New York Knicks web-site and other Korean sites.
Interesting fact: I love Marcus Camby, and I made a song about him.
Ten years ago WNYC’s Radio Rookies program began putting microphones in the hands of New York City teenagers to help them tell their own stories on the air. Linda Lee reported on her dream of being a TV news anchor. Listen to what happened next. Often the Radio Rookies program sparks an interest in broadcast journalism. For former Rookie Linda Lee, it confirmed her dream of becoming a TV news anchor—just like her hero at the time, WPIX’s Kaity Tong. Linda has since graduated from college and is working in TV news, just not in front of the camera.
Linda Lee dreams of being the next Kaity Tong, the WB11's nightly news co-anchor. But Linda worries her Korean roots will get in her way.
The Rookies share their thoughts about the World Trade Center tragedy of September 11th.