... a great woman... rolling her eyes =)
I've been told frequently that I grin rather than smile.
I thought I was in good shape as a Muay Thai kickboxer, but I almost passed out the first time I went to Bikram Yoga.
I have the strangest talent for remembering movie lines and song lyrics.
I love understanding what makes people tick.
I love new challenges, learning, and growing, even if it means a lot of discomfort.
My name is James, I'm a 6 foot tall Korean American guy, kickboxer, marketing consultant, writer, and business owner.
The type of women I adore (and put on a pedestal), are women who understand what it truly means to be "awake."
Not just in the enlightened, classical, Buddhist definition, but women who have a true passion and zest for life.
A woman who oozes life and vitality from her pores, and affects everyone around her with her joyfulness.
A woman whose intelligence, wit, and humor are balanced with her undeniable sweetness.
A woman who is both career-driven and ambitious, but "in-the-moment" enough to understand that "right now" matters too.
Someone who is psychologically uncomplicated, who doesn't "keep score" and doesn't play games.
Isn't it attractive when you know someone genuinely has no hidden agenda?
Being genuine, honest, and authentic are important to me.
* Someone who knows how to makes really tasty lemonade from life's lemons.
* Someone who is grateful, appreciative of life's small blessings.
* Someone who can laugh with me for hours about the stupid commercial we saw on TV.
* Someone who is intelligent enough and thoughtful enough to discuss the satire behind the stupid commercial.
* And someone I can treat like a princess when the time comes, and won't abuse that =)
I like pretty personalities who have pretty women attached to them.
Physically, l do tend to like long, lean, athletic looking women with curves.
Yes, the package is important, but the gift inside is what really matters.
I won't get into too much more detail here.
All I would like to say is, this is such an interesting way to expand one's social circle.
And I know that many of you are wonderful, gorgeous, talented, and worthy of the best in life.
I just want one of you =)
But definitely not in a rush. If there's anything I've learned in the past year, it's to savor the moment, the process, and the journey.
And just to be clear, my faith is the most important thing to me.
Despite all the gorgeous qualities that you embody, if you're not Christ-centered, unfortunately, this won't work.