Meet Miss HIN 2017, Emily Lee! After her arrival in the U.S.A at ten years old, Emily learned to keep her composure from bullying and hardships. Now she stands proud as the honorary Miss HIN 2017. Strong minded and with a calm collected voice Emily brings us into her life.
Born: Korea, moved to U.S.A when she was 10 years old.
Current town: Atlanta, GA.
Degree in Psychology.
Music: Rap, R&B, Pop, Drake, Rihanna,
Favorite Food: Asian food.
Interests: Shopping, brunch, afternoon tea, high fashion, hanging out with friends, working out, traveling.
Icon: Hyori Lee
Why is traveling so important to you?
The stress of traveling is a huge adrenaline rush. It is also very humbling to visit different regions of the world to see how minstrel my problems can be compared to the troubles other people endure. Seeing problems as a whole help me be able to step outside of my own boundaries, creating a larger world for me.
What do you want to do with your title of Miss HIN 2017?
I really want to be the best that I can be. I feel so honored/lucky to have won this title and want to set an image that is easy for people to follow. I want to be able to give back into this culture, along with creating charitable causes that can raise funds during the shows. I have a lot of love and compassion for children; I would love to be able to help them out with my title.
What do you want to bring to other women within the modeling world?
That you’re going to have to be patient and work hard. To show that you can be sexy and classy at the same time, just like Victoria Secret models. I want aspiring/present models to be a great within the import-modeling scene, and show the world what we’re made of!
What would you like to do for your fans?
To give tips on beauty/fashion, that you can dress like me regardless of price range. To be able to bring affordable fashion to light. I would also like to help car enthusiasts promote their creations by happily posing for their cars and meeting them at shows.
What do you like about import cars the most?
The history behind the import car scene, from the beginning to how much is has grown into today’s technology. I love how it brings a nitch group of people together that share the same hobby. It’s amazing how much each car has a personality of its own that represents the owner. Just as men and women dress for a reflection of themselves, it’s so much fun to see another representation of themselves within the import car world.
What do you like most about the import car shows?
Seeing how much time, effort, and expenses have been put into these vehicles to come into life. In other words: all the blood, sweat, and tears it took for people just to compete. I think it’s a lot of fun, I feel as if I’m in a movie- like Tokyo Drift!