|Honest, wholesome stories of Korean Americans that have gone from "foreigners," to "proud citizens"|
There are now 2.4 million Korean Americans living in the United States. The first immigrants moved to America in 1903 to work in the sugar fields of Hawaii. Their children, 2nd and 3rd generation Korean Americans built their lives on the foundation of the hard work and sweat of their parents and have become mainstream leaders in American society.
The power of Korean Americans was proven in the mid-term elections on November 2 of 2010. Over 16 of the 28 Korean Americans who ran in the elections, won, a record since 15 Korean politicians were elected in 2006. The American media has begun focusing on the Korean community once again, starting from Korea Town, and Korean American reality shows are in the making. But the world seen through the various viewpoints of Korean Americans has never been revealed like this until now.
A new perspective on hot issues around the world!
Many 2ndand 3rdgeneration Korean Americans who were born and raised in the U.S., can hardly speak Korean, but have a stronger pride and identity as Koreans than the 1st generation, creating their own culture as Korean Americans living in the United States.
How did the environmentthey grew up in create their way of thinking as Korean Americans? How do they view the world differently compared to other Koreans or Americans. How are they shaping the future of Korean Americans? Find all the answers in "Real Talk," produced 100% in the United States.