Sally Shapiro interviews Sean Na

Sean is a volunteer with KYCC’s Youth Services, where he tutors students one-on-one with homework help. Born and raised in Seoul, Korea, Sean came to the U.S. in 1999. As a first-generation Korean American businessman, Sean has an office in...

Chaerin Sung Interviews On Hee Hwang

On Hee Hwang is a 49 year old mother of a UCLA college-graduate son and a daughter who is a senior. She is the co-owner and works as a hairstylist at Tiji Hair Salon, which is located in Koreatown. She...

Crystal Yoon interviews Sara Suk

Sara Suk is a 42-year-old mother of two daughters, a high school freshman, and a high school senior. In 2002, she immigrated to Honolulu, Hawaii from South Korea with her husband to continue her studies in Brigham Young University. After...

American Expat, from Korea to Thailand: An interview of Robert Jerry Draughon by Roberta Draughon Goode

Roberta Draughon Goode (53) interviews her father, Robert Jerry Draughon (84) for future generations and for family history. Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, Jerry enlisted in the Korean War at age 17. An entrepreneur with a taste for adventure, he...

Rich and Christina

school in the 1951 in Chicago private school; 1963 high school. Working in Chicago at the CTA and getting drafted for Korea 1965 May.

Michael Norwood and Robert Norwood

Michael Norwood (62) interviews his father, Robert Norwood (88), about his upbringing, college, the years in the army during the Korean War, and finally, his career and retirement.

Living History Project – Jonathan Oh

A short summary about my Korea dad’s life and his experience in moving to America

Zachary Walker and John Walker

Zachary Walker: 2020-05-12 18:22:30 Talked about life back when he was beginning college and his childhood in Peoria, Ill.