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In this interview conducted by Eugene Kim (14) on December 1st 2019, Eugene interviews his mother, Hoyeon Kim. They discuss about her childhood in Korea and the important people in her life. They talk about culture and traditions and her...
We talked about what South Korea was like, and we also talked about what life was like as a Korean-American.
In this interview, we dive into the life of a military veteran and discuss topics regarding his successes, failures, and the importance of the continuation of a happy life.
This is an interview of my dad. We briefly talk about his career. After we talk more in depth about his childhood. He talks about lessons that he learned in life and some things you should keep in mind.
An interview with my mom about her past life and what is was like moving from South Korea to the United States as a child.
J.H. Cho (82) tells his daughter Sandra Cho (49) about immigrating to the United States from Korea in 1964.
An interview with three generations of women about growing up in communist occupied Korea, the Korean War, and the Korean-American experience.
John Lillig (45) interviews his parents-in-law Seung Ja Lee (70) and Geung Goo Lee (74) about being born in South Korea, immigrating to Germany, and eventually settling in the U.S. Other topics discussed were family, golf, and travel throughout the...
We talked about my dad’s childhood and views on life.
My dad explores his early childhood in the Philippines growing up and explains his experience in the US Navy.
Traveling while black means researching more than ticket prices and exchange rates. There's a savviness to surviving racism in the United States and abroad as colorism, cultural appropriation, and xenophobia abound. Robin's faced it all as a black woman teaching...
This is about the history of my family and how we eventually arrived in the US.
I interviewed my grandmother on her experience being an immigrant from South Korea
This interview was conducted with my mother. It was based mostly on the differences between Korean and American culture.
I decided to interview my mother about her life in South Korea leading up to her current status in the United States.
Roxanne Rogers (62) is interviewed by her friend Linda Albert (62) about her travels, life and faith.
This is an interview about my family’s heritage, which stemmed from South Korea. We talk about why my family immigrated to the US and our traditions.
My dad and I talked about our heritage and the transition to the United States.
Michael Buchieri was apart of the US Air Force and was stationed out in South Korea after the USS Pueblo incident. He talks about his experiences in South Korea and how it formed his family.