By Frances Kai-Hwa Wang / NBC
December 18, 2015

Meet Yuna. She likes space, rockets, art, painting, die-cast metal toys from Japan, digital cameras from Akihabara, listening to K-pop, and hanging out at Giant Robot on Sawtelle Blvd in Los Angeles.

This summer, her art will be featured in a group show at the Giant Robot gallery. One day, she wants to establish her own rocket company because she believes she is destined to go to Mars.

She may also be the first Asian-American doll to be the central character in a doll line.

Yuna was created by husband and wife team David Horvath and Sun-Min Kim of Uglydolls

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