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Kenta Seo is originally from Tokyo, Japan. He has been in Hawaii for five months and is pursuing a degree in Hospitality. Seo would like to stay in Hawaii, but thinks his options are limited due to visa restrictions.
He is currently working on an ESOL class so that he can improve his English for upcoming pre-requirements.
Back in his home country, the 27-year-old used to be a swimming coach. He did that for nearly 10 years.
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Daniel Driskill is a 24-year-old from ʻĀina Haina in his first semester at KCC, pursuing a career as a local reggae star. Growing up, he loved playing the ‘ukulele and never stopped. The professional career for Daniel started off as a movement of appreciation but quickly grew to be a dream come true, much like the title of his newest single “Dream Come True” which can be found on YouTube under the name Haole Boi.
While Daniel does shows in places like Sheraton in Waikīkī and Down Beat Lounge in Chinatown, he stays busy by writing, mixing, and promoting his own music and music videos. Daniel also stays busy with contract work fixing houses and training in taekwondo. While these may all be mentally and physically straining for some, Daniel is passionate about sports and finds taekwondo to be relaxing, using it as his relaxation time.Read More
- Ryan SacroRyan is a first-year student at KCC in the Culinary Arts Program. The inspiration for his choice of study and his love of all cuisines can be traced back to his mother, who by all accounts is an excellent chef. When not playing basketball or hanging out with friends off campus, you can find Ryan leading a lively Bible study with fellow KCC students on Fridays in the ‘Iliahi Courtyard. The group is called One by One and they are affiliated with the Oʻahu Church of Christ, with services at UH Mānoa. Reading the Bible “deepens your relationship with God, and you learn a lot about your character,” says Ryan. His Bible study group also volunteers at a homeless shelter in Waimānalo on the weekends.