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My Life

Born in Seoul, South Korea, the eclectic beauty has called California home since the age of one. Discovered at the age of 15, Esther has modeled for some of the largest names in fashion runways and commercial print across the world. Along the way she has worked as a sideline reporter for '49er's Insider,' appeared on network television in various cameo roles and worked for the former Mayor of San Francisco, the honorable Willie L. Brown Jr. Almost overnight she became a Bay Area sensation with a website, boasting millions of visitors with a devoted fan base.

The former Miss Asian America beauty queen holds a Juris Doctorate from San Francisco Law School and an undergraduate summa cum laude degree from UC Berkeley.

Also widely known for her work in charity, Esther is President and Founder of Pandora's Hope Foundation (PHF), a 501(c) approved Christian based non profit organization aimed at helping underprivileged children and women stricken with cancer. For more information about PHF visit us at Pandora's Hope Foundation.

A breast cancer survivor herself, Esther has a renewed commitment to change one life at a time through her charity work. Currently dividing her time between her two homes, Elk Grove, CA and Walnut Creek, CA she is the "single mom" of 3 very spoiled dogs and 8 cats. Esther enjoys yoga, working out, socializing, sharing her life events in social media, rescuing feral/homeless cats and writing.

This newly revamped website is dedicated to her loyal fans, followers, and friends.

For more about Esther visit on Facebook at Esther's Fan Page.

Cancer Survivor

We must embrace pain and burn it as fuel for our journey

Not all roads in life are ones we want to take, but Esther’s bout with, and subsequent recovery from cancer has served as one of THE defining events that has made Esther what she is today. Her road to recovery has been undeniably strengthened, and indeed has been possible, by her belief in God and her faith as a Christian. This epic, if unforgiving event has sharpened her belief and shaped her outlook on life. She shares this outlook in many ways and attributes her battle with cancer as a driving force.