Yuna Lee Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband (Doc Thompson), Children, Education, Parents, Ethnicity, Nationality, News Anchor
Doc Thompson Wife, Yuna Lee
Yuna Lee Career
Yuna Lee is a reporter and anchor with KHBS-KHOG, the ABC affiliate for Fort Smith and Fayetteville in Arkansas. Lee has been based in Arkansas since September 2014 when she moved to the station from WHIO in Dayton, Ohio. Previously, Lee worked for WHSH in Harrisonburg, Virginia, and WPBF in West Palm Beach, Florida. Yuna at first thought she wanted to be a lawyer and worked as a legal assistant for a criminal defense attorney in Richmond. That’s when she realized, she’d rather cover trials as a journalist. Yuna hosted several fashion shows, including a show at the United Nations
Yuna Lee Husband
Lee and Michael Doc Thompson were married in 2012 in Richmond. Her husband, Doc Thompson, full name, Michael “Doc” Thompson was born in 1972 and died on February 5th, 2019 aged 44 after being hit by an Amtrak train in Haltom City, Texas. He was the host of The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson, a radio show on The Blaze Radio Network.
Yuna Lee Children
Yina and Thomspon have three children, Tiger, Cubby, and Wythe.
Yuna Lee Ethnicity
Yuna Lee is a native of South Korean.
Yuna Lee Parents
Lee mother was a ballerina and her father was a chemical engineer. Prior to their marriage, Thompson traveled to Seoul to get her family’s blessing before they were married
Yuna Lee Education
Lee attended boarding school in the U.S. As part of the Maryland Youth Symphony, Lee was a violin player on one occasion she performed for Hillary Clinton.