Birthday: April 28
Location: San Leandro, CA
Occupation: make-up artist, model
Typically, we don't showcase tatted up girls in the mag, however on a visit to a car show in NorCal last year, we couldn't help but setup a photoshoot with the beautiful Yeonji. Born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in the Bay Area, she's now a full-time make-up artist while also modeling on the side. Please welcome her to Super Street and also be sure to check out more outtakes at superstreetonline.com on our Facebook page.
Let's start with the background behind your tats.
I love everything about tattoos and I think they are a form of expression. All my tattoos tell a story about the experiences in my life whether it's positive or something I've overcome. I have a total of ten pieces and plan on getting more. My tattoo on my left forearm has the deepest meaning to me—a tribute to my grandmother. It's a rosary broken by the wind with her birthdate and the date of her passing.
Besides tats, what else are you into?
I'm a huge advocate for pit bulls and all animals. I love volunteering my time to local shelters.
Are you into sports?
I used to be a total tomboy growing up and loved getting dirty. My favorite sport has to be football and my team is the 49ers.
What was your worst job?
At KFC when I was a freshman in high school. I hated the uniforms and smelling like fried chicken after every shift.
Any bad habits you're trying to get rid of?
I have to vacuum and sanitize my entire house at least twice a day.
A Civic, Chevy Tahoe, Lexus ES350 and an ‘89 Ford Mustang CHP Edition. My dream car is a black Maybach!
What was your most embarrassing moment?
I have a huge fear of public speaking and I find myself stumbling over my words and sweating. I've almost passed out several times!
Any girl crushes?
Oh my goodness, I have so many! If I had to choose my top three it would be Megan Fox, Arianny Celeste and Jessica Burciaga.
Turn ons and turn offs?
My turn ons are heavily tattooed men who are extremely intelligent. My turn offs are unmotivated and lazy men. I like men who love to challenge themselves intellectually and physically.
If you had 24 hours to live, what would you do?
I'd take my two dogs and my husband and fly to Jeju. It's a beautiful South Korean island and I've always wanted to visit!