Minu is a first-generation Korean-American immigrant who currently attends North Carolina State University and is majoring in Political Science. He is dedicated to public service and helping his community. He regularly chooses to volunteer his free time as a Guardian ad Litem - voicing the needs and desires of abused and neglected children during the court process. He also serves as a volunteer radio news reader for the North Carolina Reading Service - reading the news to print-impaired individuals across the state.
Minu's passion for helping others is apparent through his work as a substitute teacher for the Wake County Public Schools System, and as a Commissioner on the Raleigh Civil Service Commission - ensuring the fair treatment of the City’s employees.
Minu is running for Raleigh City Council, District B, to ensure that everyone has a voice at the decision-making table and to create a Raleigh in which affordable housing options are developed, traffic is alleviated, and a small business economy is promoted.