Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 144 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Jessica Woo on this week's show.
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Originally from LA’s Koreatown but native to Las Vegas, a 35-year-old mother of three darling girls (Adeline 10, Maxine 8, and Olive 3), Jessica Woo, has recently seen massive success as a viral lifestyle content creator on TikTok for her creative and aesthetically magical short clips of assembling simple, yet strikingly beautiful DIY bento-style lunches with mom’s unique, loving touch. After starting her TikTok account (@sulheejessica) in January 2020, Jessica has surpassed over 5 million followers eagerly watching and sharing her cooking and lunch videos mixed in with DIY, family fun, beauty, and lifestyle clips.
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