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Reporter : Kim Se-jeong
Mon, October 3, 2022 | 01:59
Remembering Homer Hulbert
Hulbert Memorial Society Chairman Kim Dong-jin, second from right, pays tribute to Homer Hulbert (1863-1949), an American missionary and educator who supported Korea's independence from Japan, during an event to commemorate the 73th anniversary of his death, Seoul, Wednesday. Hulbert first came to the Korean Peninsula in 1886 and died in 1949 in Seoul. He is buried at Yanghwa...
Remembering Homer Hulbert
Kim Dong-jin, left, chairman of the Hulbert Memorial Society, shows a new book full of writings by Homer Hulbert, an American educator who supported Korea's independence from Japan, during an event in Seoul, Tuesday, to commemorate the 72th anniversary of his death. Hulbert first ...
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For decades, Korea was a country that sent its people abroad, creating a Korean diaspora of nearly 7 million scattered across the globe. But the nation began accepting immigrants in the 1980s in line with its economic progress. In 2020, they're often seen in restaurants and shops serving at tables or washing dishes. Near university campuses, convenience store counters are sta...
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