10 Questions with Nam Sung


Photo by Jessica Dang

Working Until The End: Senior Nam Sung is setting up the presentation for the Kerr Photosynthesizer’s Groundhog Day meeting. He was in charge of the presentation that included facts and history about Groundhog Day. “I was working on the Groundhog Day presentation,” Sung said. “I tried my best to finish what I could.”

Question: What lifts your mood when you are feeling down? 

Answer: For me, whenever I do feel down, I like to eat something sweet or just spend time alone, either watching a show or reading a light novel.

Q: What are your plans after graduating high school? 

A: I haven’t really thought about it except for maybe moving out and living in a dorm and getting used to a new environment that I’m not used to. 

Q: Is there anything you think you would miss about Kerr? 

A: I would most likely miss all my friends and the free time I’ve gotten over the years the most. 

Q: If you had a chance to make one wish come true, what would it be?

A: I wish I didn’t need sleep since I love to sleep, and I end up sleeping more than I want to.

Q: What would you do differently if you could start high school again? 

A: I would most definitely pick better courses since I think my selection has been debatable for the past four years. 

Q: What is your dream vacation? 

A: My dream vacation has always been to visit Japan and try their accommodations there, like the onsen and cafes/bakery. 

Q: What goals do you have right now? 

A: Currently, my goal is to successfully finish high school and transition into college smoothly.

Q: What do you spend your weekends doing? 

A: Since I have work, I usually spend the rest of my weekend sleeping or finishing homework. On the small chance that I do have nothing to do, I like to play games for a bit.

Q: Is there anything you would like to change at the moment? 

A: I can’t really think of anything I would like to change at the moment since I am pretty content with everything as is, so maybe just my sleeping habits and motivation.

Q: Who are you grateful for being in your life? 

A: I am grateful for everyone I’ve met up until now since I believe everyone has played a part in shaping who I am as a person today.