MD: Your father is an electronic engineer and your mother is a lab technician, which are admittedly left-brain occupations. When did you determine you wanted to pursue a life in the arts, as an actor?
YS: Even though they have left-brain occupations, my parents are both very creative. I took my first drama classes when I was 12. I was always making home videos and doing these little sketches. Sure, they didn’t really like the idea of me being an actress as a career and initially they tried to steer me in another direction. But once they realized my dedication to it, they were 100 percent supportive.