Name: Amanda "Mandy" Jean Nguyen
Ethnicity: 100% Korean
Grade (if a student): Sophomore/10th(Class of 2016)
Relationship status: Single
Likes: Old school, rap, hip hop, food, fashion, kittens, cooking, singing, rapping, hats, cities
Dislikes: Country, bullies, classic music, racists, doing work, the woods
Personality: Amanda is the opposite of most Asians, personality wise. One you meet her, she's really sweet and quiet. But once you get to know her, she can be sarcastic and loud. Can also be stubborn and snarky also if you try to mess with her. She's street smart, and also book smart.
Bio: Amanda was born in the ghetto part of Seoul, Korea. Her parents had poor jobs and things started to get bad there. Her and her parents started to move to America. Then in different places like Chicago, New York, Dallas, then they stopped in Misery Falls, West Virginia. Her parents saw a couple of students from Misery High and wanted Amanda to go because they wanted her to have a better education and be more successful. But that was back when she was only 12 years old. So from that day on, they decided to save up for her to go there. Amanda didn't really mind the idea...at least she can make friends...right?
- Only daughter to Jamie and Devin Nguyen. And no, those are not "Asian names" fyi.
Mandy has long, straight jet black hair, and black eyes. She has a fair skin complexion and has pretty big eyes for a Asian such as herself. She weighs 115 pounds and is 5,2.
As for outside the school, her clothing style is usually sporty meeting casual. She would have some girly-ish stuff in her style as well.
During the school's freshmen assembly, she met a girl named Romy Hale. And she's pretty much been the only girl Mandy talks to the most, despite Romy being quiet most of the time. So Mandy kind of have this little plan to make Romy a little more outgoing. She really didn't do much her freshman year, other than going to the Sadie Hawkins Dance in Febuary, with a date. And that really didn't go well at all thanks to the Willow. She hopes her next year would be better. She's joining the cheerleader team in her sophomore year and is excited about it, even though she dislikes the uniforms.