THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
Sam Yoon, a Korean immigrant, laughed yesterday as he talked to Jim Grogan (left) and Dan Driscoll during a visit to the Greenhills Irish Bakery in Dorchester, a day after becoming the first Asian-American elected to the Boston City Council.
BECOMING A SYMBOL

Now Yoon faces the spotlight

Says agenda on the council won't be flashy

By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / November 10, 2005

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Sam Yoon woke up in the spotlight yesterday. He spoke with the mayor. Radio stations wanted him for their drive-time talk shows. He barely finished hurrying his 3-year-old through a breakfast of blueberry yogurt and Kix before the television news cameras came knocking. After ducking out to Cambridge for a quick lunch with his wife and parents, he raced back ... (Full article: 716 words)

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