Christina was born in Taegu, the fourth largest city in South Korea. She first moved to the United States as a child for several years while her father pursued his doctorate degree in Maryland. Christina returned to Korea for some time and then later moved back to the United States during high school, this time living in Cary, North Carolina. Christina has played piano from the age of 4 and upon graduation from Cary High School, she attended University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill on a classical piano performance scholarship.
While Christina maintains a passion for music, she chose a career in law. During law school at North Carolina Central University, Christina served as a law clerk at the North Carolina General Assembly and at the Durham County District Attorney’s Office handling General District Court matters.
Christina is a trial attorney based in Richmond, Virginia who has successfully handled thousands of cases throughout central Virginia.
After passing the bar exam, Christina worked for a high-volume traffic law practice serving central Virginia. This allowed Christina to help thousands of clients and gain a wealth of experience which she continues to use as a Richmond personal injury lawyer to help clients in the counties she serves. Christina speaks Korean fluently.
Christina is admitted to practice in Virginia, Washington D.C., and Fourth Circuit (Eastern District of VA and Western District of VA) as well as the United States Bankruptcy Court.