PHOTO GALLERY: Korean student must leave MU early
By Unho Yi
July 21, 2013 | 6:00 a.m. CDTWonjoon Moon's family has asked him to return to South Korea because they cannot afford to pay his expenses at MU.
Wonjoon Moon rides the elevator to his apartment July 8 in Columbia. Moon, a finance student at MU, has to go back to South Korea because of financial issues. "I'm feeling really bad, because money is the main issue that I have to stop studying when everything seems all right," Moon said. "But I also learned paying tuition is not something I can control." | Unho Yi
Wonjoon Moon carries carrots out of a truck July 8. "Some of my friends are doing part-time jobs to make pocket money, but for me it is directly linked to my life," Moon said. "I can't only focus on my studies." | Unho Yi
Wonjoon Moon runs into his friend Seungwon Hyun on July 8 at the Walmart on West Broadway in Columbia. Hyun earned a doctorate in statistics from MU and is now an assistant professor at North Dakota State University. | Unho Yi
Wonjoon Moon plays with the computer last Sunday at his apartment in Columbia. Moon's family photos are displayed on the desk. He has to leave MU because his family can't afford tuition. "On the other hand, I am pretty excited to catch up with my loved ones and old friends back in my home," Moon said. | Unho Yi
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