The wonder child of Miss America 1993 and the blue power ranger, Hyun’s awesomeness was over 9000 even before he took his first breath. With the astounding beauty of a pop superstar and the business savvy of Donald Drumpf’s closest nephew, Hyun gets the deal done all while making you grateful that you had even a fleeting chance to lay eyes on him. Yang’s characteristic soul is widely attributed to his hometown, Seoul, a city of unwavering vitality. After spending the first thirteen years of his life on the Peninsula, he then moved to the USA and found his home in the state bordered by Rhode Island and Connecticut to the south, New York to the west, and Vermont and New Hampshire to the north. At first sight of this fine specimen, an a cappella singer does not immediately come to mind. With the Latissimus dorsi muscles of a gold medal winning Olympic rower, some say HY would look more at home in an East Asian mafia than in a vocal group. But they couldn’t be more wrong. Hyun is a sweetie pie that would only hurt a fly if it killed someone he loved. And Hyun doesn’t love any others more than his fellow Logs.
Jesse volunteered as tribute for the annual Australian hunger games that takes place in the outback at age five to alleviate financial burden of his family, and that was last of what the media have heard of the tribute from district 12. After having been inducted by the secret tribe of aboriginals Jesse has adopted their ways of life, until he realized the truth of his origin and returned to civilization. In the industrial world of the twenty-first century, there was only thing that he could rely on for sustenance: bass line of his chant from his former life. In order to develop his talent further he subjected himself to rigorous Korean cram school training, eventually to gain admittance to MIT and Logs respectively. He now wishes to impress all the lovely ladies with his accent that is getting more attention than it ever had.