Eugene Kim started at Drogin, Kakigi & Associates in Summer 2002 as a data processor and programmer. He has a degree in Cognitive Science and a minor in Computer Science from UC Berkeley.

Eugene enjoys traveling via the great subway systems of the world, and highly recommends Toronto for its human-centric design and overall cleanliness. He is also the co-inventor of the card game, "Relatively-Prime Speed," the rules of which are as follows:

  1. A standard 52-card deck is split among N number of players.
  2. Each player takes one card from their pile and turns it face up.
  3. At any given time, players may draw cards from their pile to hold up to 5 cards in their hand.
  4. Players attempt to get rid of the cards in their hand by placing them on top of any face-up card that is relatively prime to their value. (Aces count as 1, Jacks = 11, Queens = 12, Kings = 13)