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Myself, living in New York then New Jersey My parents growing up in korea then moving to America My grandparents, dealing with the conflicts between north and south korea Korea is very elitist Korea is very homogenous, in korea and in America Upper middle class suburbs, fairly high standard of living to maintain Korean Americans tend to socialize within themselves, not really outreaching to other
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Unformatted text preview: ethnicities • After 1965, more relaxed immigration laws were put into place so my parents took advantage of that to move to America and maintain that elitist mentality, even in a foreign country • Confusion of mixed cultures, American culture with Korean culture; the importance of upbringing vs. how to pave one’s own path...
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