Han Cho has been working with Audrey Magazine for a little over a year now, sometimes covering the sublime (writing about what it felt like being a part of the Kollaboration Boston production committee, interviewing celebrities), sometimes working on the daily grime (a whole bunch of daily advertorials, blehhh)
But now, Han will be divulging herself a bit more on audreymagazine.com, frequenting LA haunts and musing on life. Let’s give our new Girl About Town, Han Cho a warm welcome as she lets you get to know her a little better.
Guess which one is me.
If you guessed the chika on the far right, you’ve guessed right. Chocolate kisses and teddy bear hugs for you!
It’s a little weird introducing myself because for some reason when it comes to talking about myself on the interwebz of the internet, I like a little anonymity. I guess I don’t like the idea of people reading my stuff and walking away from it with their own ideas and opinions of my personal musings and angry rants.
I can’t exactly chase after them and explain myself.
“That was a joke! Sorry, I’m not very good at making them!”
“She’s a bitch I swear. I’m not PMS-ing on life right now… Am I?”
“The only reason I like chicken feet is because my ex-boyfriend was Chinese.”
But since I have been given the wonderful opportunity to start my own column on this website (and I will do my heroic best to make it exciting, interesting, and relevant), I guess an introduction is due. Though I’m a California native, I’m a recent college graduate from Boston desperately in search of a job, so I can move out of my parents’ house and away from their inquiries about my late night activities (they think only gangsturrs and drug dealers go out at night).
From there, I hope to pursue stage acting. In the meantime, while I sort my life and self out and look for a job, I plan, and am, absorbing all things creative like a thirsty little sponge and doing what I can to keep them creative juices flowing. With this column, I hope to share with you tidbits of my life and thoughts, my adventures as a young twenty-something in the Greater Los Angeles area.