I won't let Anti's heartless persecution of me stop me from my insane need to classify every single person evar on this show.
As a student, he earned recognition for both academic achievement (Phi Beta Kappa) and community service (James Lyons Award).
In his sophomore year, Kwon’s childhood friend and roommate, Evan Chen, was diagnosed with a terminal case of leukemia.
He was arrogant and condescending, especially when dealing with Jan...basically telling her that third place was good for her.
He had a few gems here and there, but in general they weren't able to overcome the fact that he's a horrific person and make me like him.
For 39 days they had to survive mother nature with a very limited food supply.
They also competed against each other for rewards and temporary immunity from dismissal from the competition.
Most memorable moment: Using his used car salesman speeches to sway peoples votes Days 14 to 16 I think it was mainly just his personality that was boring to me.
In Survivor there is a line, and I think he's one of the people that crossed it and it wasn't in an entertaining, great gameplay, sort of way.
Photo: Bill Inoshita/CBS �2006 CBS Broadcasting Inc. Ran on: Yul Kwon Ran on: Yul Kwon less Yul Kwon during the eleventh episode of SURVIVOR: COOK ISLANDS, Thursdays, on the CBS Television Network. more** FILE ** In this undated file photo originally released by CBS, the 20 castaways who competed on CBS's "Survivor: Cook Islands" pose for a photo on the beach in Aitutaki Atoll, Cook Islands.