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more On his way to winning reality show "Survivor," Yul Kwon solved puzzles, earned the nickname "The Godfather" for his skillful maneuvering -- and helped smash stereotypes about Asian American men in the media.
In the finale that aired Sunday, San Mateo resident Kwon, 31, won the CBS show's 13th season, which began by pitting African Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos and whites against one another.
On the weekly series, contestants are divided into tribes that compete in challenges to win rewards and to avoid being voted off the show.
Survivor: Cook Islands was a 60 minute reality series on CBS where twenty contestants were stranded on the tiny islands of Moturakau and Rapota in Aitutaki Lagoon, located in the Cook Islands.
He first gained national recognition as the winner of the reality TV show Survivor: Cook Islands in 2006.
He hosted the 2012 four-part TV series America Revealed Kwon attended college at Stanford University, graduating in 1997 with a B. degree in Symbolic Systems and is a brother of Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity.
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.
Producers of the show recruited him to boost the number of Asian Americans in the selection pool, Kwon said. He had a definite chauvinist air to him, not something that was fun to watch. Most memorable moment: Being a chef and being unable to cook rice Days 25 to 39 He was kinda disgusting.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.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.