But is wasn't always that way.
She was born in South Korea just 4 years after the end of the Korean War. Her family of 7 was very poor and survived by growing crops on a small tract of land.
The valuable crops, like rice, were sold to buy clothes and supplies, what was left fed the family.
As a child she was once offered a chocolate bar by a passing American soldier. She ran home and shared it with her family, the sweet taste of the candy made an impression on her taste buds and her determination. She soon realized that leaving home was the only way to have a better life and escape the poverty around her.
At 16 she ran away from home, met a G.I. and got married. Her husband sent her to live with his parents in Missouri and she began a new life in the USA.
The marriage didn't last but going back to South Korea was not an option, she saw opportunity and that set her in motion.
Years later she began a business with only $800, her business savvy grew it into a million dollar enterprise of game stores and ladies boutiques.
She's shown here with her granddaughter, Hartley, and her daughter-in-law, Ashlie Burch.
She is writing a book about her life and hopes one day it will become a movie.
Her book, titled "Memoir, Run Away", is expected to be completed next year.
Keep up with Jeanhee at her website
and on facebook, http://www.facebook.com/jeanhee.muse
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