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1. What are the circumstances of your family’s inter-racial identity? (i.e. what are your families differing races) Her name is Alice Kim, but her original name was Hahn Hyegyung. She moved here from a small town in Korea to go to College, which is where she met her future husband. Her husband grew up in Maryland his entire life, they both attended American University in Washington DC. Alice grew up in a town called Pyoung Tek, which is right below Oosan (where the American Air force is located). 2. What is your parents opinion on inter-racial marriage? How did they feel? My parents feel differently on the topic of dating/marrying a non-Korean. My Father is still hands down, flat out against the idea, without a doubt. He still is waiting for me to date a nice Korean guy, no question. My mother, on the other hand, is open to the idea. She realizes that this is America, and we marry who we love. Once she got to know my husband, she didn’t have a problem. She’s really friendly and trusting, we talk about everything together. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course FMSC 330 taught by Professor Grutzmacher during the Spring '09 term at Maryland.

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