Now in their 70s and 80s, these narrators have lived in the U.S. for between 48 and 61 years, which is at least two times longer than they lived in Korea. But the memories of their lives in Korea are still strong. They now share these memories and their views about being Korean-American with the public for the first time.
Click on a video below to hear narrators' thoughts about their experiences and their identity:
Five narrators reflect on their Korean-American identity. Running time 5:10.
Kook Dong and Chan Eai Pae share their feelings about immigrating to the United States. Running time 2:44.