Kenneth Lee was raised in Honolulu, Hawaii where he attended Iolani School and was known for his avid participation in Speech and Debate. He is now a rising junior at the University of Southern California where he a Trustee Scholar: a full scholarship recipient. He is an undergraduate fellow at the Korean Studies Institute where he has written recognized research papers on President Park Chung-Hee’s economic policies and the South Korean nuclear program. He is also an active member of USC’s Model United Nations team where he is an executive board member. He is looking forward to his first time in London and gaining wisdom about English culture and history which will help inform his studies in international relations. In addition, he hopes to learn from his fellow Fulbrighters diverse perspectives and experiences.