DJ Shy is the first female mixer at the No. 1 top 40 radio station in America, 102.7 KIIS-FM. in Los Angeles. This Clear Channel station with over 2.6 million listeners each week features Ryan Seacrest as morning host. Shy has spun at all the top clubs in the world, from L.A. to Asia and back. She kicked off the 2006 Bud Light-MAXIM Exposure Tour. This year SHY will be on the nationwide NOCTURNAL TOUR spinning at 80 events with Playmates and reality stars of Beauty and the Geek. She also performs at various KIIS events throughout the week, and has appeared on Damon Wayans "The Underground" on Showtime and Disney Channel's "Totally Suite New Years Eve." Shy got her start at the world-famous Laugh Factory comedy club in Hollywood, where she spun at sold-out shows for comics like Norm MacDonald, Damon and Marlon Wayons, George Lopez, Chris Rock, Bob Saget, Dane Cook, David Chapelle, Roger Dangerfield and others. She spins Top 40, pop, hip-hop, R&B and reggae music.
Shy has broken barriers in the male-dominated industry of deejaying to become one of the most skilled and respected female mixers in the world. As a Korean American, she has redefined the black and Latino landscape of hip-hop music.
Today, Shys biggest role model is her mother, who opened her own business despite little money and limited English skills in a tough town. Shy lives in South Pasadena, CA. and has a Bachelors degree in Finance from Pennsylvania State University and a Masters in Health Administration from the University of Southern California. Shys future endeavors include spinning at sports events, in commercials and film, and writing an autobiography.