Half was able to catch up with Issac Mooring, a Defensive End for the University of North Carolina Football Team.Issac was born on December 23, 1981 to an African American Father and Korean mother in Seoul, Korea."After careful and thorough review of basketball operations, we have made the determination that the best course of action as we move forward into the 2017-18 season is to continue under the leadership of general manager Dell Demps and head coach Alvin Gentry," executive vice president of basketball operations Mickey Loomis said."We will continue to evaluate important roles on both the administrative and coaching staffs, which will be resolved at the appropriate time." In Gentry's second season as coach, the Pelicans finished with a 34-48 record, a slight improvement over a 30-52 mark from the previous season.Although the 2002 season has not turned out as expected thus far for both UNC and Issac due to various injuries on the team (including Issac), he is hopeful that he will make an impact next year.We discussed various aspects to find out more about him and who is Issac Mooring. Do you like Korean food and, if so, what is your favorite? Did you grow up around other half/mixed Koreans (or people of mixed heritage)?I know that you were born in Korea (Seoul), how long did you live there and where else have you lived? After that, I moved to Maryland and lived there for 7 years and then moved to Ankara Turkey and lived there for 5 years. I’d have to say that I enjoyed living in Turkey the most because the people are nice and also because I enjoy traveling. My dad works for the US government and was on assignment in Korea and that is how they met. I have a younger sister who attends Wake Forest University. In Turkey, there were a couple Black/White kids, but there wasn’t any Black/Korean or anything like that. How hard is it to balance your studies and college athletics (football)? I’m now in my 4th year, so it is starting to get a little bit easier. During the football season there is not much free-time and there isn’t much time in the off-season either as there still is training and classes. I read in your bio that in high school you played basketball and baseball too. What do you plan on doing in the future after college? If it goes that way, I’ll do it (playing professionally).
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