Samuel is extremely outgoing, and enjoys talking to anyone and everyone. Some of his siblings lament the fact that he does have some really strange friends, but there isn't anyone he really dislikes. He's known for throwing raging parties and , surprisingly, being the obedient one between him and his twin sister. Despite his off putting sister, most people don't have a problem with him, and prefer his narcissism over her mean demeanor. Samuel is unapologetic for his narcissism, and likes to talk about himself as much as possible. For him, it's probably the most important subject.
Despite this narcissism, when he does hear you out, he always offers to help. After all, since he is perfection, he is perfect to help. Samuel generally means well, but can be dull witted, so sometimes his help just messes things up. He's kind of clumsy, which is surprsing since he is an excellent dancer. His siblings attribute his excellence, however, to his dilegence in dance training. Like most of the Jeo's, he's a hard worker, and, while he does get good grades, has to put in a lot of effort for every single E. In all honesty, he doesn't mind. There is just something about being productive and a worker that feels so good.
He is probably most popular with the guys, simply because he flirts more than he should, and does little favors here and there that can leave a straight man confused. Samuel doesn't mind being in a committed relationship, but prefers the freedom of no strings. Once he finds the right guy, however, he will have no problem with settling down. Samuel isn't particularly picky, but does have some standards for who can be his forever prince charming.
Samuel loves his family, and is kind of a family man. Even if his siblings find him intolerable, or too dim, his love for them could never cease.
The Jeo children had two fathers, Jeo Nam Il and Jeo Hajoon, through surrogacy. Hajoon's sister had agreed to be their surrogate due to the fact she didn't want children and she also cared for her brother. Samuel (born Yoo Kyung), was the youngest of the first set of twins. His elder is his sister Nari. The parents were elated that it was two children and they knew it was going to be a little bit of a challenge too. Not even a year later Inhye, Hajoon's sister, came back telling them that she was pregnant yet again and that she was wondering if they could take the next kid and of course they agreed. It just meant more children to love and care for, something they were both for. That one child turned out to be two more. 4 children just meant more to care for. Samuel grew up in a loving and busy home. one of her fathers, Hajoon, was a former idol the other worked as a music producer for one of the bigger companies. This being so their father taught them everything about music and even went as far as enrolling them in music lessons and dance lessons. Only giving them the best teachers most of which were former idols and very good friend of both of his parents. Though they didn't stay in Korea for long before moving to Britain.
At the age of 6 Nam Il was offered a job working with upcoming artists in London and of course they promised it was long term. Hajoon was against it until he to was offered a job hosting a Korean Culture channel. Therefore the family of 6 moved to London each taking on an English name. This is when he became Samuel, and his twin Ariel. The younger two Aiden & Liberty.
Surprisngly, Samuel had his first sign of magic before his sister. Around the age of eight, he'd been singing in the park when a crowd of people started to get up and dance to his tune. It was surreal, and did nothing for his big head. Being so pampered, from here he grew extremely proud of himself, and who he was. Some say he's just extremely narcissistic; others applaud his incredible sense of self worth and belief. Of all his problems in life, he never had a problem with self confidence.
By the age of 10 Nari & Samuel received their letters to Hogwarts, but their parents decided that they wouldn't be going there but rather Drumstrang which was somewhere in Norway. It was on recommendations from their aunt, the one their parents talked about, but the one they had never met. His sister was irritated, but surprisingly, Samuel didn't mind. Samuel held great belief in his parents decisions. Unlike his sister, he wasn't rebellious at all.
At the end of his 5th year Nari tried to convince their parents that Hogwarts was a much better school for the siblings to attend. Especially after the rumors about the school being founded on the dark arts. Their parents thought about it and had even spoken with other parents who had sent their children there. After much consideration they had finally decided that it was okay for them to go to Hogwarts.