USA: Joanna Gaines- Co-founder of Magnolia and New York Times bestselling author, felt honoured to be a part of the state’s dinner on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, in Seoul, South Korea, to celebrate the 70th alliance of the United States of America and her mother’s home country South Korea.
The Co-founder of Magnolia and New York Times bestselling author Joanna Gaines reached out to her social media on Thursday, April 27, 2023, and expressed her profound honour and pleasure to celebrate the 70th alliance of the United States of America and her mother home country South Korea over a state’s dinner, which held on Wednesday, April 26, 2023.
The Co-founder Joanna also shared some glimpses from the dinner night held in the East Room of the White House, United States, and wrote that it was an incredible trip to her mother’s homeland Seoul, South Korea and was a reminder to her that she’s proud to be a Korean American, as her mother belonged to South Korea.
Reportedly, Joanna Gaines is the Co-founder of Magnolia, best-selling author, editor-in-chief of Magnolia Journal, and co-owner of the Magnolia Network. She was born in Kansas and was raised in Texas, her mother belonged to South Korea, and her father was half-German and half-Lebanese. Before getting the fame, Joanna Gaines graduated from Baylor University with a degree in Communications.
Where she met her guy named Chip, and they boy got married; her husband also had a similar interest in construction and design, and they together started a show called Fixer Upper in 2013; in 2017, Joanna Gaines decided to leave the show; she and her husband own a construction/design company called Magnolia Homes, a discount store, Magnolia Market, and most recently, Magnolia Table, a breakfast restaurant that also sells lunch and dinner.