Story Archive

Now in their eighties and nineties, first-generation Korean Americans constitute the last generation of living memory.  Here, they—and their descendants—speak about the Korean War.

 
Story - Teresa Um Pix

Teresa Um

Los Angeles, CA

Reverend Duk Joong Won

Reverend Duk Joong Won

Rowland Heights, CA

Dohee Lee

Dohee Lee

Oakland, CA

Mrs. In-Sook Won

Insook Won

Rowland Heights, CA

Ms. Eun-Joung LEE

Eun-Joung Lee

Oakland, CA

Reverend Chang Soon LEE

Reverend Chang Soon Lee

Rowland Heights, CA

Rev. Kil-sang Yoon

Reverend Kil-sang Yoon

Moreno Valley, CA

Insook Lee

Insook Lee

Rowland Heights, CA

Joanna Kim Selby

Joanna Kim-Selby

El Cerrito, CA

Jun Seop LEE

Jun Seop Lee

Oakland, CA

Suntae Chun

Suntae Chun

Lancaster, CA

JooHi KANG

JooHi Kang

Oakland, CA

Song Park

Song Park

San Francisco, CA

Nichole Yim

Nichole Yim

Boston, MA

Mimi Kim

Mimi Kim

Oakland, CA (at time of interview)

Helen Daniels

Helen Daniels

Petaluma, CA

Helen Kim

Helen Kim

Oakland, CA (at time of interview)

Every effort has been made to prepare literal transcriptions and faithful translations of all interviews in this archive. In order to respect the voices of interviewees, no effort was made to correct any linguistic, factual, or historical inaccuracies that may appear in these records.

Legacies of the Korean War