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What Does Korea Mean to You?

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  The number of visitors to Hawai‘i from South Korea has grown substantially in recent years. And Hawai‘i has been home to a significant Korean community for more than a century. In fact, the first large group of Korean immigrants to the United States landed in Hawai‘i in 1903, to work on the sugar plantations. When it comes to South Korea today, certain international attitudes are shifting. HPR’s Bill Dorman explains in today’s Asia Minute.

Bill Dorman has been the news director at Hawaiʻi Public Radio since 2011.
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