To be honest with you, I'm more of a girl's girl. I'm much more comfortable being around other girls.
We'd only speak Korean at home. They wouldn't let us have sleepovers and sent us away to Korean church camp during the summers. We had weird food concoctions, too, so instead of spaghetti bolognese, we had rice bolognese with kimchi.
If acting doesn't work out, I plan to do food photography and just eat my way through the entire world. I'm a big foodie, and if I could make some career out of it, that would be fantastic.
When you can stand over the clouds and watch them roll through the mountains below you, it shifts absolutely everything in your brain.
I view my career like a rubber-band ball in that every role is a new experience building toward something bigger.
There's so much bullying, and there's so much negativity on social media.
There are these creative shows, all on cable, that are just so daring and out there. That's the stuff I really want to be a part of, like with 'Sucker Punch' and 'Hangover 2.' Those movies didn't hold back. They really went for it.
Whether experimenting with the latest trends during my teenage years or turning to quality designer pieces to show off my more refined style today, I've always turned to places like T.J.Maxx to find those pieces that are truly me.
Sometimes I'm girly; sometimes I like to be a little edgy.
If you feel good about what you put on your face - or body - that's really putting your best foot forward.
In your 30s, you are very aware of who you are and what you're confident in.
I have superdry skin, and it's really temperamental, and I feel like oils are the best thing for my face.
I love photography, I love food, and I love traveling, and to put those three things together would just be the ultimate dream.
I'm the worst at making decisions!
The casting directors that were aware of 'The Real World' looked at me as a joke. It was so hard to get away from that.
I didn't want to be known as the reality-show star trying to be an actress, so I kept a lot of the failed auditions to myself.
It's so important to work with material you can really mold and milk and create and evolve.
I wear a lot of Sophia Webster - her stuff is so fun - and Christian Louboutin, of course.
Indonesia has beautiful hikes, surfing, and private beaches. It's pretty incredible.
My parents, in their 40s, moved to a different country, started a business, bought a house, didn't speak the language, raised two kids - it's kind of amazing.
I think the whole movement of #MeToo is not just calling out the sexual harassers, which is really important, but also crying out that we want equal pay, equal representation, equal opportunities, and that we want to see more female directors and photographers.
We want to see women in more power positions, not just in front of the screen but behind the screen as well.
It's so important to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays - you use SPF every morning, but you need to protect your eyes, too.
You just pour your heart and soul into a project, and everyone pays their dues, and everyone on the crew, everyone works so hard. Then you just don't know how the show ends up. You just hope that it turns out great, and you hope that people respond to it, and you hope that the network accepts a Season Two.
I'm just so proud to be from San Francisco and to have a family history there. It's only two generations back, but still, it's two generations in San Francisco. I love it. I'm so proud of it.
You need to challenge your body in different ways, but I think the best way is to go for a run and stretch out your body.
In terms of scripted shows, I love 'Mad Men.' Cinematically, it's one of the most beautiful shows ever made. I love the subtlety of the acting and the storytelling, and I love that they don't think the audience is dumb. They make a great show, and you figure it out, and it leaves you with so many questions - it's just great.
One of my favorite things to do with my dog and my sister's dog and my mom and my sister is to go for these really long walks.
I highly recommend ClassPass. I spend a fortune on Barry's Bootcamp, Cycle House, SoulCycle, Flywheel, Ballet Barre, SLT Pilates, YogaWorks... I do everything, and I'm always trying different workouts, and I was like, 'Finally, 99 bucks!'
When they don't have your back on a show, it's the worst feeling ever. That energy trickles down to the cast and crew. You can feel when it's not gonna be a winner. But when you have the support of the network and the studio, it's a really good feeling.
The narrative needs to change. Asian-American actresses don't want to be the damsels in distress anymore. We don't want to be saved, especially by a white man.
All the female characters in 'The Gifted' are stronger than the men. We're not waiting around to be saved but spearheading the missions.